Dr. Bobinski began practicing in Staten Island, moved to a practice in Brewster and purchased his own practice in Bronxville New York where he currently is today. He is an active member of American ...
Education and Training
St. Johns University B.S. 1980
New York University Dental College D.D.S. 1984
- Complex compartmentation of tyrosine sulfate-containing proteins undergoing fast axonal transport.
- Fast axonal transport of tyrosine sulfate-containing proteins: preferential routing of sulfoproteins toward nerve terminals.
- Ca2+- or Mg2+-stimulated ATPase activity in bullfrog spinal nerve: relation to Ca2+ requirements for fast axonal transport.
- Involvement of coated vesicles in the initiation of fast axonal transport.
- Fast-transported glycoproteins and nonglycosylated proteins contain sulfate.
- Specialty Dentures
- Implant Dentistry
- Cosmetic Dentistry
- General Dentistry
- Cosmetic Contouring
- Crowns And Bridges
- Cosmetic Fillings
- Root Canal Therapy
- Scaling And Root Planing
- Professional MemberAmerican Dental Association
- Professional MemberNew York State Dental Society & Ninth District Dental Society
- Professional MemberAcademy of General Dentistry
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