A few of our esteemed colleagues will be discussing their work with our cADDis sensor at Experimental Biology in Chicago. Attending the meeting? Check out these presentations!
cAMP Signaling Compartment: Adenylyl Cyclases as the Anchors. Rennolds Ostrom. Chapman University
Tuesday April 25, 2017
McCormick Place Convention Center, W470B
at the Julius Axelrod Symposium: Evolving Insights regarding GPCRs: Compartmentation, signaling and Clinical Utility.
Role of GPCRs and Gαs in the Antidepressant Action of Ketamine. N. Wray, J. Schappi, M.M. Rasenick. University of Illinois at Chicago.
Section 664- GPCRs I
Poster Session: Molecular Pharmacology
Sunday April 23, 12:30-2:30 pm
McCormick Place Convention Center, Hall F