Wayne Wei Feng- BA, MS, PhD
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Molecular and bipphysical aspects reveling structure and function of ion channels, especially ryanodine receptors with associated proteins in mammalian skeletal, cardiac muscles and brain; Molecular mechamisms of genetic and environmental influences on cellular Ca2+ signaling.
Ion channels, Biochemistry and Biophysics.
1984 BA , Central China Univesity, Peoples Republic of China,
Honors and Awards
1996 Award of Zlowtovtsky Neuroscience Foundation, Israel.
Active Research Grants
Assistant Researcher, Structure Function of RyR1 in Myogenic Knockout, Isaac N. Pessah (Principal Investigator), Brigham & Women's Hospital/NIH
Assistant Researcher, Uncovering the molecular basis of malignant hyperthermia, Isaac N. Pessah (Principal Investigator), Brigham & Women's Hospital/NIH
Most Recent 10 Publications
Most Recent 5 Book Chapters
2002 Feng W and Pessah IN: Detection of redox sensor of ryanodine receptor complexes, C.K. Son and L. Packer, (ed), Methods in Enzymology. 240-253.
1998 Shoshan-Barmatz V and Feng W: Chemical modification of ryanodine receptor/Ca2+ release channel activity, R. Sitsapesan and A. J. Williams, (ed), The Structure and Function of Ryanodine Receptors, Landes BioScience, Austin, Texas. 203-226.
1994 Wang WJ, Feng W, Li LX, Yu Y, Liu JX, Yao WJ, Xiao CX, Wang GT and Feng S: Parasitic infection state of fishes and its impact on the fishery in Wuling Mountain (In Chinese, translation not available), , Resources and Evaluation of Animal Species in Wuling Mountain Area of Southwest China, China. 98-114.
1993 Feng W and Wang WJ: Parasitic cestodes in freshwater fishes from Wuling mountain area In Chinese, translation not available), , Invertebrates in Wuling Mountain Area, China. 235-239.
1993 Feng W and Wang WJ: New digenetic trematodes of fishes in Wuling Mountain area (In Chinese, translation not available), , Invertebrates in Wuling Mountain Area, China. 223-234.