Kimberly Atkinson

TitleAsst Professor
InstitutionThomas Jefferson University
DepartmentNeurology
Address909 Walnut Street
Philadelphia PA 19107
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    1. Atkinson KF, Sherpa RT, Nauli SM. The Role of the Primary Cilium in Sensing Extracellular pH. Cells. 2019 Jul 11; 8(7). PMID: 31336778.
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    2. Shamloo K, Chen J, Sardar J, Sherpa RT, Pala R, Atkinson KF, Pearce WJ, Zhang L, Nauli SM. Chronic Hypobaric Hypoxia Modulates Primary Cilia Differently in Adult and Fetal Ovine Kidneys. Front Physiol. 2017; 8:677. PMID: 28979210.
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    3. Sherpa RT, Atkinson KF, Ferreira VP, Nauli SM. RAPAMYCIN INCREASES LENGTH AND MECHANOSENSORY FUNCTION OF PRIMARY CILIA IN RENAL EPITHELIAL AND VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL CELLS. Int Educ Res J. 2016 Dec; 2(12):91-97. PMID: 28529994.
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    4. Atkinson KF, Nauli SM. pH sensors and ion Transporters: Potential therapeutic targets for acid-base disorders. Int J Pharma Res Rev. 2016 Mar; 5(3):51-58. PMID: 29796385.
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    5. Atkinson KF, Kathem SH, Jin X, Muntean BS, Abou-Alaiwi WA, Nauli AM, Nauli SM. Dopaminergic signaling within the primary cilia in the renovascular system. Front Physiol. 2015; 6:103. PMID: 25932013.
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    6. Mohieldin AM, Haymour HS, Lo ST, AbouAlaiwi WA, Atkinson KF, Ward CJ, Gao M, Wessely O, Nauli SM. Protein composition and movements of membrane swellings associated with primary cilia. Cell Mol Life Sci. 2015 Jun; 72(12):2415-29. PMID: 25650235.
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