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PubMed citations

Hirsch, A., Rivet, C., Zhang, B., Kemp, M.L., Lu, H. "Parallel multi-time point cell stimulation and lysis on-chip for studying early signaling events in T-cell activation", Lab on a Chip, 2008 (in press).

Kemp, M., Go, Y.M., Jones, D.P. “Non-equilibrium thermodynamics of thiol/disulfide redox systems: A perspective on redox systems biology”. Free Radical Biology and Medicine, v.44(6):921-37, 2008.

Wille, L., Kemp, M.L., Sandy, P., Lewis, C.L., Lauffenburger, D.A. “Epi-allelic Erk1 and Erk2 knockdown series for quantitative analysis of T cell Erk regulation and IL-2 production”. Molecular Immunology, v.44(12):3085-91, 2007.

Kemp, M.L.,Wille, L., Lewis, C.L., Nicholson, L., Lauffenburger, D.A. “Quantitative network signal combinations downstream of TCR activation can predict IL-2 production response”. Journal of Immunology, v.178(8):4984-92, 2007.

Vinnakota, K., *Kemp, M.L., Kushmerick, M.J. “Dynamics of Muscle Glycogenolysis Modeled with pH Time-Course Computation and pH Dependent Reaction Equilibria and Enzyme Kinetics”. Biophysical Journal, v.91(4):1264-87, 2006.

Lambeth, M.J., Kushmerick, M.J., Marcinek, D.J., Conley, K.E. “Basal glycogenolysis in mouse skeletal muscle: in vitro model predicts in vivo fluxes”. Molecular Biology Reports, v.29 (1-2):135-139, 2002.

Lambeth, M.J., Kushmerick, M.J. “A computational model for glycogenolysis in skeletal muscle”. Annals of Biomedical Engineering, v.30 (6):808-827, 2002.