Expertise Term: lysophospholipid
 NameInstitutionRole
Bogdanov, MikhailMcGovern Medical School- University of Texas Health Science Center HoustonEditorial Board Member
 
 
Name: Bogdanov, Mikhail
Role: Editorial Board Member
Email: mikhail.v.bogdanov@uth.tmc.edu
Institution: McGovern Medical School- University of Texas Health Science Center Houston
Department: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Subject Categories: Lipids, Membrane Biology, Protein Structure and Folding
Expertise Terms: cardiolipin, Environment-dependent remodeling within bacterial envelope, lipid bilayer, lipid metabolism, lysophospholipid, membrane biogenesis, membrane function, membrane lipid, membrane protein, Membrane protein topogenesis: topogenic signals, topological factors and topological rules of assemb, membrane structure, Molecular mechanism of protein insertion into and translocation across biological membranes: the role of lipids and components of translocase and inse, phosphatidylethanolamine, Physiological role of lysolipids in bacterial and mammalian membranes, Physiological significance of the “lipid genes” multiplicity in bacteria., protein assembly, protein export, protein folding, protein secretion, protein translocation, The origin of transmembrane phospholipid asymmetry: maintenance and mechanism, The role of lipid asymmetry and remodeling within bacterial envelope in the development of resistance to antibiotics and antimicrobial peptides, intr
Lambeau, GerardInstitute of Molecular and Cellular PharmacologyEditorial Board Member
 
 
Name: Lambeau, Gerard
Role: Editorial Board Member
Email: lambeau@ipmc.cnrs.fr
Institution: Institute of Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology
Department: CNRS
Subject Categories: Lipids, Membrane Biology
Expertise Terms: autoimmune disease, epitope mapping, fatty acid, fatty acid oxidation, glycerophospholipid, lipid, lysophospholipid, phospholipase, Phospholipase A, phospholipid metabolism, phospholipid turnover, phospholipid vesicle, polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA), protein processing, shedding