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Drew Laboratory

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  1. Resource Description
    "Research in the Drew lab focuses on three aspects of hibernation biology. The first involves mechanisms of intrinsic neuroprotective properties of Arctic ground squirrel brain in the hibernating and euthermic state. The second involves mechanisms and cognitive significance of synaptic remodeling observed during hibernation torpor and arousal. The third involves central nervous system regulation of metabolic suppression in hibernation."
  2. Contact
    Drew, Kelly
  3. PI
    Drew, Kelly
  4. Affiliation
    Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska
  5. Affiliation
    Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Alaska
  6. Affiliation
    Department of Biology & Wildlife, University of Alaska
  7. Performs Technique
  8. Performs Technique
    Protein-ligand interaction assay
  9. Performs Technique
  10. Performs Technique
  11. Performs Technique
    Brain slice preparation
  12. Performs Technique
    Induced asphyxia
  13. Performs Technique
    Induced hemorrhagic shock
  14. Performs Technique
    Establishing cell culture
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