Neurodegenerative Disease Research

Biology.Chemistry.Behaviour
Our Research
Chemical 

Protein Folding

Antioxidant Phytochemicals

Computational Dynamics

Biological 

Cell growth

Protein Expression 

Cytotoxicity 

Behavioural

Psychosomatic

Sensory Motor

 
OUR TEAM

Our lab is dedicated to test and discover chemicals found in traditional remedies to prevent, slow down and even reverse the onset of protein fibril formation characteristic of Alzheimers and Parkinsons disease. We hypothesis that protein misfolding and aggregation can produce an aggregosome cascade that leads to comorbidity in other neurodegenerative disorders. 

 
Recent Papers and Collaborations

Xiong, L., Yan, W., Zubia, E., Zhou, Y., Zhang, Y., Duan, Q., ... & Xu, G. (2018). Quantitative proteomics and biochemical analyses reveal the role of endoplasmin in the regulation of the expression and secretion of A Disintegrin And Metalloproteinase 12. Journal of Proteomics.

Mendez, L., Henriquez, G., Sirimulla, S., & Narayan, M. (2017). Looking Back, Looking Forward at Halogen Bonding in Drug Discovery. Molecules, 22(9), 1397.

Serrano, M., Gonzalez, V., Ray, S., Chavez, M. D., & Narayan, M. (2017). Identification of Structure-Stabilizing Interactions in Enzymes: A Novel Mechanism to Impact Enzyme Activity. Cell biochemistry and biophysics, 1-13.

 
 
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