Dr. Mark Peters Foster M.D.
Family Practitioner24411 Health Center Dr Suite 460 Laguna Hills CA, 92653
Dr. Mark Foster is a family practitioner practicing in Laguna Hills, CA. Dr. Foster specializes in comprehensive health care for people of all ages. In addition to diagnosing and treating illnesses, family practitioners also put focus on preventative care with routine checkups, tests and personalized coaching on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Foster possesses immense general knowledge on maintaining health and today, family practitioners provide more care for the underserved and rural populations than any other medical specialty.
Education and Training
Boston University School of Medicine 2002
Family MedicineAmerican Board of Family MedicineABFM
- Characterization of Ad5 E3-14.7K, an adenoviral inhibitor of apoptosis: structure, oligomeric state, and metal binding.
- Mapping the surface of Escherichia coli peptide deformylase by NMR with organic solvents.
- Protein folding coupled to DNA binding in the catalytic domain of bacteriophage lambda integrase detected by mass spectrometry.
- Preparation of uniformly labeled NMR samples in Escherichia coli under the tight control of the araBAD promoter: expression of an archaeal homolog of the RNase P Rpp29 protein.
- Dynamics and DNA substrate recognition by the catalytic domain of lambda integrase.
- Structure of Mth11/Mth Rpp29, an essential protein subunit of archaeal and eukaryotic RNase P.
- Structure of Pfu Pop5, an archaeal RNase P protein.
- Thermodynamics of tryptophan-mediated activation of the trp RNA-binding attenuation protein.
- Solution NMR of large molecules and assemblies.
- Trans cooperativity by a split DNA recombinase: the central and catalytic domains of bacteriophage lambda integrase cooperate in cleaving DNA substrates when the two domains are not covalently linked.
- DNA recognition via mutual-induced fit by the core-binding domain of bacteriophage lambda integrase.
- Crystallization and structure determination of the core-binding domain of bacteriophage lambda integrase.
- Ligand-induced changes in the structure and dynamics of Escherichia coli peptide deformylase.
- Solution structure of an archaeal RNase P binary protein complex: formation of
- Mechanism for pH-dependent gene regulation by amino-terminus-mediated homooligomerization of Bacillus subtilis anti-trp RNA-binding attenuation protein.
- An introduction to NMR-based approaches for measuring protein dynamics.
- Tuning riboswitch regulation through conformational selection.
- Cooperative RNP assembly: complementary rescue of structural defects by protein and RNA subunits of archaeal RNase P.
- Mechanisms of allosteric gene regulation by NMR quantification of microsecond-millisecond protein dynamics.
- GUARDD: user-friendly MATLAB software for rigorous analysis of CPMG RD NMR data.
- Assembly of the complex between archaeal RNase P proteins RPP30 and Pop5.
- Thermodynamics of coupled folding in the interaction of archaeal RNase P proteins RPP21 and RPP29.
- Fidelity of tRNA 5'-maturation: a possible basis for the functional dependence of archaeal and eukaryal RNase P on multiple protein cofactors.
- Interaction of the HIV-1 intasome with transportin 3 protein (TNPO3 or TRN-SR2).
- Structural basis for high-affinity binding of LEDGF PWWP to mononucleosomes.
- DksA2, a zinc-independent structural analog of the transcription factor DksA.
- Homotropic cooperativity from the activation pathway of the allosteric ligand-responsive regulatory trp RNA-binding attenuation protein.
- Bimodal high-affinity association of Brd4 with murine leukemia virus integrase
- Gene regulation by substoichiometric heterocomplex formation of undecameric TRAP and trimeric anti-TRAP.
- Uncovering the stoichiometry of Pyrococcus furiosus RNase P, a multi-subunit catalytic ribonucleoprotein complex, by surface-induced dissociation and ion mobility mass spectrometry.
- The L7Ae protein binds to two kink-turns in the Pyrococcus furiosus RNase P RNA.
- MESMER: minimal ensemble solutions to multiple experimental restraints.
- pH dependence of the stress regulator DksA.
- Structure of the Brd4 ET domain bound to a C-terminal motif from γ-retroviral integrases reveals a conserved mechanism of interaction.
- Mechanistic Models Fit to Variable Temperature Calorimetric Data Provide Insights into Cooperativity.
- Conformational and chemical selection by a -acting editing domain.
- Prostate Cancer
- High Cholesterol
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Colon Polyps
- Vascular Disease
- Kaiser Permanente Southern Ca, Family Medicine
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