Judith A. Cole, Ph.D.
Department of Biological Sciences
3700 Walker Ave
239 Ellington Hall
The University of Memphis
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· G protein-coupled receptors and receptor tyrosine kinases
· PTH and EGF regulation of epithelial function
· Biased agonism and the regulation of bone cell function
Recent Publications from the Cole lab
Poole, NM, Nyindodo-Ogari L,
Kramer C, Coons LB and Cole JA Effects of tick saliva on the
migratory and invasive activity of Saos-2. Ticks Tick
McCanless JD, Jennings LK, Bumgardner JD, Cole JA, Haggard WO. Hematoma-inspired alginate-platelet releasate-CaPO(4) composite: initiation of the inflammatory-mediated response associated with fracture repair in vitro and ex vivo injection delivery. J Mater Sci Mater Med. 23(8):1971-81, 2012.
· The Bioinformatics Program providing tools to understand complex biological systems
· The W. Harry Feinstone Center for Genomic Research a focal point for functional genomics at the University of Memphis and in the Memphis scientific community
· The Integrated Microscopy Center provides microscopy expertise to the University and the Memphis scientific community
· The University of Memphis the flagship school of the Tennessee Board of Reagents
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