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代表著作

  • Yang TC, Wu PC, Chung IF, Jiang JH, Fann MJ, and Kao LS*. Cell Death Caused by the Synergistic Effects of Zn2+ and Dopamine is Mediated by a Stress Sensor Gene Gadd45b - Implication in the Pathogenesis of Parkinson’s Disease. J. Neurochem. 2016; Accept. Array data available.
  • Wu PC, Kao LS*. Calcium regulation in mouse mesencephalic neurons - Differential roles of Na+/Ca2+ exchanger, mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum. Cell Calcium. 2016; doi:10.1016/j.ceca.2016.03.008.
  • Fuh JL, Chung MY, Yao SC, Chen PK, Liao YC, Hsu CL, Wang PJ, Wang YF, Chen SP, Fann CS, Kao LS*, Wang SJ*. (2015) Susceptible genes of restless legs syndrome in migraine. Cephalalgia. pii: 0333102415620907.
  • Soong BW, Huang YH, Tsai PC, Huang CC, Pan HC, Lu YC, Chien HJ, Liu TT, Chang MH, Lin KP, Tu PH, Kao LS*, Lee YC*. Exome sequencing identifies GNB4 mutations as a cause of dominant intermediate Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. Am. J. Human Genet. 2013; 92: 422-430.
  • Huang CC, Yang DM, Lin CC*, Kao LS*. Involvement of Rab3A in vesicle priming during exocytosis: interaction with Munc13-1 and Munc18-1. Traffic 2011; 12:1356–1370.
  • Wu PC, Fann MJ, Kao LS*. Characterization of Ca2+ Signaling Pathways in Mouse Adrenal Medullary Chromaffin Cells. J. Neurochem. 2010; 112(5):1210-1222.
  • Yang YC, Fann MJ, Chang WH, Tai LH, Jiang JH, Kao LS*. Regulation of sodium-calcium exchanger activity by creatine kinase under energy-compromised conditions. J. Biol. Chem. 2010; 285(36):28275-28285.
  • Pan CY, Tsai LL, Jiang JH, Chen LW, Kao LS*. (2008) The co-presence of Na+/Ca2+-K+ exchanger and Na+/Ca2+ exchanger in bovine adrenal chromaffin cells. J. Neurochem. 107(3):658-67.
  • Lin CC, Huang CC, Lin KH, Cheng KH, Yang DM, Tsai YS, Ong RY, Huang YN, Kao LS*. (2007) Visualization of Rab3A dissociation during exocytosis: a study by total internal reflection microscopy. J. Cell Physiol. 211(2):316-26.
  • Lo HS, Chiang HC, Lin MY, Chiang HY, Chu YC and Kao LS* (2004) Synergistic effects of dopamine and Zn2+ on the induction of PC12 cell death and dopamine depletion in the striatum: possible implication in the pathogenesis of Parkinson's disease. Neurobiol. Dis. 17, 54-61.