Brandt, Paul individual record
Associate Professor

Understanding how the target cells "interpret" hormonal signals is the primary focus of our laboratory.Most of our research centers on regulation of steroid hormone-transduced signals. One area of study is the calcium-dependent regulation of glucocorticoid and androgen receptor-mediated transcription. A second major area of interest concerns glucocorticoid and steroid sex hormone regulation of nitric oxide (NO) production. Other areas of interest in our laboratory are: development of androgen-independence in prostate cancer; stress responses in PMCA1(-) cell lines; and the involvement of NO in dry eye syndrome.

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Academic Articles21
  • Brandt, P. C., & Vanaman, T. C. (2012). Calmodulin and Ion Flux Regulation. Calmodulin and Signal Transduction. (pp. 397-471). Elsevier.
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  • Brandt, P. C. (1998). Calmodulin Regulated Ion Transport Systems". Van Eldik, L. J., & Watterson, D. M. (Eds.), Calmodulin and Signal Transduction. (pp. 397-471). Academic Press.
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Conference Papers1
  • Franks, J. J., Wamil, A. W., Janicki, P. K., Horn, J., Franks, W. T., Janson, V. E., Vanaman, T. C., & Brandt, P. C. (1998). Anesthetic-induced Alteration of Ca2+ Homeostasis in Neural Cells. Anesthesiology. 89(1), 149-164.
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Texas A&M Health Science Center; Neuroscience & Experimental Therapeutics; 1114 TAMUS
Bryan, TX 77807