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R Bishop
Member since: Jan 17, 2006
From: California, United States
Status: Administration & Protein Detection Moderator
My points: 1472    what's this
Name: Dr J Rusty Bishop

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My Disciplines: not given
Areas of Interest: not given

About My Research

The major focus of my laboratory is in diabetes and how this disease affects heparan sulfate proteoglycan formation and lipid metabolism. These studies can uncover concepts that directly impact human disease as altered metabolism of lipids in Type 1 Diabetes can lead to cardiovascular disease, the major cause of mortality in these patients.


My Affiliations:

University of Califormia-San Deigo

My Publications:

No Publications found

Off the bench I enjoy:

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