Dr. Jeffrey

Dr. Jeffrey

Susanne Kölare Jeffrey, DDS, PhD

Office: B-154A
Lab: B-154
Box: 357132
Email: sjeffrey@uw.edu


Lecturer Part-time, Oral Health Sciences

Interests

Saliva as a diagnostic fluid. Release of regulatory proteins into saliva during normal physiological conditions, as well as when glands are compromised and salivary gland secretion is affected. Methodology: Gel electrophoresis, western blotting, immunohistochemistry, fluorescence and confocal microscopy, in situ hybridization.

Publications

  1. Zhang W, Efanov A, Yang S-N, Fried G, Kölare S, Brown H, Zaitsev S, Berggren P-O, Meister B (2000) Munc-18 associates with syntaxin and serves as a negative regulator of exocytosis in the pancreatic b-cell. J Biol Chem 275(52):41521-41527.
  2. Sundström E, Kölare S, Souverbie F, Samuelsson E B, Pschera H, Lunell N O, Seiger Å (1993) Chemical differentiation of human bulbospinal monoaminergic neurons during the first trimester. Dev Brain Res, 75(1):1 – 12.
  3. Larsson S, Hultgård-Nilsson A, Kölare S, Luthman J, Sejersen T, Aperia A (1991) Serum factors induce c-fos expression and rapid cell proliferation in adolescent but not in infant rat proximal tubular cells. Pediatr Res 29:263-267.
  4. Kölare S (1989) Studies on thymocyte subpopulations in guinea pigs, with special reference to proliferation and differentiation. Ph.D. thesis, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm.

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