Endoplasmic reticulum overcrowding as a mechanism of beta-cell dysfunction in diabetes.
β-Cell dysfunction under hyperglycemic stress: a molecular model.
Biophysical alteration of the secretory track in β-cells due to molecular overcrowding: the relevance for diabetes.
Amyloid oligomer formation probed by water proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Hyperamylinemia contributes to cardiac dysfunction in obesity and diabetes: a study in humans and rats.
Pharmacological inhibition of soluble epoxide hydrolase provides cardioprotection in hyperglycemic rats.
Amylin deposition in the brain: A second amyloid in Alzheimer disease?
Amylin: what might be its role in Alzheimer's disease and how could this affect therapy?
Diabetic hyperglycaemia activates CaMKII and arrhythmias by O-linked glycosylation.
Ambati Receives William R. Willard Dean's Recognition Award
Jayakrishna Ambati, professor and vice-chair in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, professor in the Department of Physiology, and the E. Vernon and Eloise C. Smith Endowed Chair in Macular Degeneration Research, at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, recently received the 2013 William R. Willard Dean's Recognition Award.