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Sanguinetti, A.R. and C.C. Mastick (2003) cAbl Expression is Required for Oxidative Stress-Induced Phosphorylation of Caveolin-1 on Tyrosine 14. Cellular Signalling, 15:289-298.
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Muretta, J., I. Romenskaia, Cassiday, P.A., and C.C. Mastick A (2006) Expression of a Synapsin IIb Site 1 Phosphorylation Mutant in Adipocytes Blocks Basal Intracellular Retention of GluT4. Submitted.
Muretta, J., I. Romenskaia, Cassiday, P.A., and C.C. Mastick A (2006) Expression of a Synapsin IIb Site 1 Phosphorylation Mutant in Adipocytes Redistributes GluT4 from Statically Retained Storage Compartments into Recycling Endosomes. Submitted.
Muretta, J. and C.C. Mastick A (2006) A Novel Flow Cytometeric Assay to Study GluT4 Traffic in Adipocytes: Cell Confluency and Degree of Differentiation Strongly Affect Basal Static Retention of GluT4. In preparation.