Brown, Dennis, PhD
Dennis Brown is a Ph. D. cell biologist who specializes in the use of state-of-the art fluorescence imaging and electron microscopy techniques to follow and dissect physiologically-relevant membrane protein trafficking events in epithelial and non-epithelial cells. He serves as the Associate Director of the CSB and the Director of the MGH Program in Membrane Biology (PMB) which uses use state of the art technologies in the pursuit of important biological questions at the system level. He became Professor of Medicine at Harvard in 2001 and has been at MGH since 1985.
Aquaporin 2 Promotes Cell Migration and Epithelial Morphogenesis.
Molecular Mechanisms of Acid-Base Sensing by the Kidney.
Inhibitory Effects of Robo2 on Nephrin: A Crosstalk between Positive and Negative Signals Regulating Podocyte Structure.
A mouse model for distal renal tubular acidosis reveals a previously unrecognized role of the V-ATPase a4 subunit in the proximal tubule.
Loss of the V-ATPase B1 Subunit Isoform Expressed in Non-Neuronal Cells of the Mouse Olfactory Epithelium Impairs Olfactory Function.
Large-Scale Phenotyping of an Accurate Genetic Mouse Model of JNCL Identifies Novel Early Pathology Outside the Central Nervous System.
Differential, Phosphorylation Dependent Trafficking of AQP2 in LLC-PK1 Cells.
Basolateral targeting and microtubule dependent transcytosis of the aquaporin-2 water channel.
New insights into the dynamic regulation of water and acid/base balance by renal epithelial cells.
Altered V-ATPase expression in renal intercalated cells isolated from B1-subunit deficient mice by fluorescence activated cell sorting.
Heterologous downregulation of vasopressin type 2 receptor is induced by transferrin.
AQP2 is necessary for vasopressin- and forskolin-mediated filamentous actin depolymerization in renal epithelial cells.