Melikian Lab Publications

 

This collection showcases the journal articles and other publications authored by researchers in the Melikian Lab. The Melikian Lab at the University of Massachusetts Medical School was established in 2001, in the Brudnick Neuropsychiatric Research Institute, in the Department of Psychiatry. In 2017, the Melikian Lab moved to the Department of Neurobiology.

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Publications from 2017

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Dopamine Transporter Amino and Carboxyl Termini Synergistically Contribute to Substrate and Inhibitor Affinities, Carolyn G. Sweeney, Bradford P. Tremblay, Thomas Stockner, Harald H. Sitte, and Haley E. Melikian

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The Dopamine Transporter Recycles via a Retromer-Dependent Postendocytic Mechanism: Tracking Studies Using a Novel Fluorophore-Coupling Approach, Sijia Wu, Rita R. Fagan, Chayasith Uttamapinant, Lawrence M. Lifshitz, Kevin E. Fogarty, Alice Y. Ting, and Haley Melikian

Publications from 2015

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Ack1 is a dopamine transporter endocytic brake that rescues a trafficking-dysregulated ADHD coding variant, Sijia Wu, Karl D. Bellve, Kevin E. Fogarty, and Haley Melikian

Publications from 2014

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Brain slice biotinylation: an ex vivo approach to measure region-specific plasma membrane protein trafficking in adult neurons, Luke R. Gabriel, Sijia Wu, and Haley Melikian

Publications from 2013

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Dopamine transporter endocytic trafficking in striatal dopaminergic neurons: differential dependence on dynamin and the actin cytoskeleton, Luke Gabriel, Sijia Wu, Patrick Kearney, Karl D. Bellve, Clive Standley, Kevin E. Fogarty, and Haley Melikian

Publications from 2012

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The Acid-Sensitive, Anesthetic-Activated Potassium Leak Channel, KCNK3, Is Regulated By 14-3-3beta-Dependent, PKC-Mediated Endocytic Trafficking, Luke Gabriel, Anatoli Lvov, Demetra Orthodoxou, Ann R. Rittenhouse, William R. Kobertz, and Haley E. Melikian

Publications from 2011

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The Plasma Membrane-Associated GTPase Rin Interacts with the Dopamine Transporter and Is Required for Protein Kinase C-Regulated Dopamine Transporter Trafficking, Deanna M. Navaroli, Zachary H. Stevens, Zeljko Uzelac, Luke Gabriel, Michael J. King, Lawrence M. Lifshitz, Harald H. Sitte, and Haley E. Melikian

Publications from 2010

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Insertion of tetracysteine motifs into dopamine transporter extracellular domains, Deanna M. Navaroli and Haley E. Melikian

Publications from 2009

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Measuring plasma membrane protein endocytic rates by reversible biotinylation, Luke Gabriel, Zachary H. Stevens, and Haley E. Melikian

Publications from 2008

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Amphetamine-induced decreases in dopamine transporter surface expression are protein kinase C-independent, Ekaterina Boudanova, Deanna M. Navaroli, and Haley E. Melikian

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Dopamine transporter endocytic determinants: carboxy terminal residues critical for basal and PKC-stimulated internalization, Ekaterina Boudanova, Deanna M. Navaroli, Zachary H. Stevens, and Haley E. Melikian

Publications from 2005

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Nonclassical, distinct endocytic signals dictate constitutive and PKC-regulated neurotransmitter transporter internalization, Katherine L. Holton, Merewyn K. Loder, and Haley Melikian

Publications from 2004

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Neurotransmitter transporter trafficking: endocytosis, recycling, and regulation, Haley Melikian

Publications from 2003

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The dopamine transporter constitutively internalizes and recycles in a protein kinase C-regulated manner in stably transfected PC12 cell lines, Merewyn K. Loder and Haley Melikian