Welcome to the Martemyanov Laboratory
Department of Neuroscience | Scripps Biomedical Research | Jupiter, Florida
The main emphasis of research in the laboratory is the fundamental principles that regulate signaling via G protein coupled receptors (GPCR). GPCRs mediate a vast variety of critical biological processes ranging from proliferation and motility to cellular reception and excitability. GPCR signaling pathways are of particular importance for the nervous system function where they control many fundamental processes including excitability, differentiation, sensory perception and synaptic transmission. Importantly, but not surprisingly, even subtle imbalances in GPCR signaling often lead to the most profound nervous system disorders ranging from blindness and cognitive problems to grave neurological diseases.
Maza N, Wang D, Kowalski C, Stoveken HM, Dao M, Sial OK, Giles AC, Grill B, Martemyanov KA.
Patil DN, Singh S, Laboute T, Strutzenberg TS, Qiu X, Wu D, Novick SJ, Robinson CV, Griffin PR, Hunt JF, Izard T, Singh AK, Martemyanov KA.
Masuho I, Balaji S, Muntean BS, Skamangas NK, Chavali S, Tesmer JJG, Babu MM, Martemyanov KA.
Wang D, Stoveken HM, Zucca S, Dao M, Orlandi C, Song C, Masuho I, Johnston C, Opperman KJ, Giles AC, Gill MS, Lundquist EA, Grill B, Martemyanov KA.
Wang Y, Fehlhaber KE, Sarria I, Cao Y, Ingram NT, Guerrero-Given D, Throesch B, Baldwin K, Kamasawa N, Ohtsuka T, Sampath AP, Martemyanov KA.