Dr. Brady Bahr is an aerospace medicine specialist practicing in Colorado Springs, CO. Dr. Bahr provides primary care services for professionals like pilots and crewmembers who work and travel in the air or space. As an aerospace medicine specialist, Dr. Bahr discovers, manages and prevents health issues that result from traveling in extreme environments. These physicians are particularly trained in diseases that may arise from air travel, and work to keep airmen healthy and safe.
- Heparin modulates the single channel kinetics of reconstituted AMPA receptors from rat brain.
- Calpastatin is up-regulated in response to hypoxia and is a suicide substrate to calpain after neonatal cerebral hypoxia-ischemia.
- Interaction of RAFT1 with gephyrin required for rapamycin-sensitive signaling.
- Integrin-type signaling has a distinct influence on NMDA-induced cytoskeletal disassembly.
- A monoclonal antibody to amyloid precursor protein induces neuronal apoptosis.
- Synergistic activation of caspase-3 by m-calpain after neonatal hypoxia-ischemia: a mechanism of "pathological apoptosis"?
- Correlation between caspase activation and neurofibrillary tangle formation in Alzheimer's disease.
- The pathogenic activation of calpain: a marker and mediator of cellular toxicity and disease states.
- Delayed and isoform-specific effect of NMDA exposure on neural cell adhesion molecules in hippocampus.
- Member of the Ampakine class of memory enhancers prolongs the single channel open time of reconstituted AMPA receptors.
- Caspase-3 activation after neonatal rat cerebral hypoxia-ischemia.
- Both apoptosis and necrosis occur early after intracerebral grafting of ventral mesencephalic tissue: a role for protease activation.
- A kinetic and allosteric model for the acetylcholine transporter-vesamicol receptor in synaptic vesicles.
- Linkage of the acetylcholine transporter-vesamicol receptor to proteoglycan in synaptic vesicles.
- Mouse telencephalon exhibits an age-related decrease in glutamate (AMPA) receptors but no change in nerve terminal markers.
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