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[[Image:OWWEmblem.png|thumb|right|Kenneth S. Eum (an artistic interpretation)]]
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Kenneth S. Eum <br>
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UC Davis<br>
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1 Shields Ave<br>
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Davis, CA, USA <br>
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Lab Website: [[Ken Eum|Kenneth S. Eum]]<BR>
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Email: kseum@ucdavis.edu<br>
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*Kenneth S. Eum
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==Research interests==
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*UC Davis
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Regulation of voltage gated ion channels.
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*1 Shields Ave
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Using enhanced tarantula toxins to modulate voltage gated potassium channels.
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*Davis, CA, USA
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==Research Summary==
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The physiological functions of voltage gated potassium (Kv) channels are not well understood.  To better understand the roles of Kv channels, one must first determine pharmacological drugs that intrinsically have a high affinity for certain Kv channels (there are 40 different subtypes).  By modifying these high affinity allosteric inhibitors of Kv channels, I will be able to minimize the promiscuity these drugs and make them highly specific for one certain Kv subtype. Doing so will allow me to unravel the conundrums of Kv channel physiology.  I am currently studying a mutant form of a tarantula toxin called Guangxitoxin (GxTX) to determine the physiological function of Kv2.1 channels.
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I work in the Sack Lab at University of California, Davis. 
 
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* 2015 (expected), PhD, UC Davis (Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Physiology)
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*2005-2009<br>
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* 2009, BS, UC San Diego (Physiology and Neuroscience)
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:UC San Diego<br>
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:B.S.  Physiology and Neuroscience<br>
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# Regulation of voltage gated ion channels
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:PhD  Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Physiology (MCIP)<br>
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# Using enhanced tarantula toxins to modulate voltage gated potassium channels
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:Designated Emphasis in Biotechnology (DEB)<br>
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==Publications==
 
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#Eum, Kenneth S.; Angueyra, Juan M.; Kim, Heesoo; Chao, Luke; Cohen, Bruce E.; Sack, Jon T (2012) Allosteric Stabilization of Fully Resting Voltage Sensors by a Tarantula Toxin. Biophysical Journal 102, 531a.
 
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#Bleicher, L.S., Barlow, C., Carter, T.A, Dearie, A.R., Eum, K., Franchini, B.R., Hofer, E.K., Lee, D.H., Lorrain, K.I., Pires, J.C., Rodriguez, J.J., Saxe, M.D., Stoveken, B.S., Wedel, P.C. (2010) Automated image capture and analysis of brdu labeled cells in rat brain sections. Program No. 734.6. 2010 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience.
 
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* Eum , Kenneth S.; Angueyra, Juan M.; Kim, Heesoo; Chao, Luke; Cohen, Bruce E.; Sack, Jon T (2012) Allosteric Stabilization of Fully Resting Voltage Sensors by a Tarantula Toxin. Biophysical Journal 102, 531a.
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Contact Info

Kenneth S. Eum
UC Davis
1 Shields Ave
Davis, CA, USA
Lab Website: Kenneth S. Eum
Email: kseum@ucdavis.edu

Research interests

Regulation of voltage gated ion channels. Using enhanced tarantula toxins to modulate voltage gated potassium channels.

Research Summary

The physiological functions of voltage gated potassium (Kv) channels are not well understood. To better understand the roles of Kv channels, one must first determine pharmacological drugs that intrinsically have a high affinity for certain Kv channels (there are 40 different subtypes). By modifying these high affinity allosteric inhibitors of Kv channels, I will be able to minimize the promiscuity these drugs and make them highly specific for one certain Kv subtype. Doing so will allow me to unravel the conundrums of Kv channel physiology. I am currently studying a mutant form of a tarantula toxin called Guangxitoxin (GxTX) to determine the physiological function of Kv2.1 channels.


Education

Education:

  • 2005-2009
UC San Diego
B.S. Physiology and Neuroscience
  • 2010-Present
UC Davis
PhD Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Physiology (MCIP)
Designated Emphasis in Biotechnology (DEB)


Publications

  • Eum , Kenneth S.; Angueyra, Juan M.; Kim, Heesoo; Chao, Luke; Cohen, Bruce E.; Sack, Jon T (2012) Allosteric Stabilization of Fully Resting Voltage Sensors by a Tarantula Toxin. Biophysical Journal 102, 531a.
  • Bleicher , L.S., Barlow, C., Carter, T.A, Dearie, A.R., Eum, K., Franchini, B.R., Hofer, E.K., Lee, D.H., Lorrain, K.I., Pires, J.C., Rodriguez, J.J., Saxe, M.D., Stoveken, B.S., Wedel, P.C. (2010) Automated Image Capture and Analysis of BrdU Labeled Cells in Rat Brain Sections. Program No. 734.6. 2010 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience.
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