Juan Salvatierra

Juan Salvatierra

BS, Mercer University Macon
Student
Thesis Lab: 
Bosmans Lab
Associated BCMB Faculty Member: 
Selected Publications:
Martin-Eauclaire, MF., Salvatierra, J., Bosmans, F. and Bougis, PE., 2016, "The scorpion toxin Bot IX is a potent member of the α-like family and has a unique N-terminal sequence extension," FEBS Lett. PMID: 27528512 PubMed
Salvatierra, J. and Bosmans, F., 2016, "A painful tale about synthetic scorpion toxins," Channels (Austin). [Epub ahead of print]​ ​ PubMed​
Kalia, J., Milescu, M., Salvatierra, J., Wagner, J., Klint, JK., King, GF., Olivera, BM. and Bosmans, F., 2014, "From Foe to Friend: Using Animal Toxins to Investigate Ion Channel Function," J Mol Biol. 427(1):158-75, Review. PMCID: PMC4277912 PubMed
Lee, DA., Yoo, S., Pak, T., Salvatierra, J., Velarde, E., Aja, S. and Blackshaw, S., 2014, "Dietary and sex-specific factors regulate hypothalamic neurogenesis in young adult mice," Front Neurosci. 8:157. PMCID: PMC4056383 PubMed
Salvatierra, J., Lee, DA., Zibetti, C., Duran-Moreno, M., Yoo, S., Newman, EA., Wang, H., Bedont, JL., de Melo, J., Miranda-Angulo, AL., Gil-Perotin, S., Garcia-Verdugo, JM. and Blackshaw, S., 2014, "The LIM Homeodomain Factor Lhx2 Is Required for Hypothalamic Tanycyte Specification and Differentiation," J Neurosci. 34(50):16809-20. PMCID: PMC4261103 PubMed​
Beginning year: 
2013