Skip to content

Michael Blaber

  • PhD
  • Professor of Biomedical Sciences
  • Florida State University
  • 34h-indexImpact measure calculated using publication and citation counts. Updated daily.
  • 4859CitationsNumber of citations received by Michael's publications. Updated daily.

Research interests

Protein designProtein evolutionProtein folding


Folding nucleus-based protein design. Development of FGF-1 mutants for therapeutic application in regenerative medicine.

Co-authors (281)

  • Hamzeh Rahimi


Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Editorial Advisory Board Member

2014 - Present

Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics

Editorial Board Member

2010 - Present

Journal of Proteins and Proteomics

Founding Editor, Editor Protein Section

2008 - Present

Protein Science

Editorial Advisory Board Member

2003 - 2008(5 years)

Molecular and Cellular Proteomics

Editorial Board Member

2001 - 2006(5 years)

Publications (5)

  • Folding nucleus structure persists in thermally-aggregated FGF-1

    • Longo L
    • Gao Y
    • Tenorio C
    Get full text
  • An S116R Phosphorylation Site Mutation in Human Fibroblast Growth Factor-1 Differentially Affects Mitogenic and Glucose-Lowering Activities

    • Xia X
    • Kumru O
    • Blaber S
    Get full text
  • A comprehensive nomenclature for serine proteases with homology to tissue kallikreins

    • Lundwall Å
    • Band V
    • Blaber M
    Get full text
  • Substrate Specificities of Growth Factor Associated Kallikreins of the Mouse Submandibular Gland

    • Blaber M
    • Isackson P
    • Marsters J
    Get full text
  • A Complete cDNA Sequence for the Major Epidermal Growth Factor Binding Protein in the Male Mouse Submandibular Gland

    • Bradshaw R
    • Isackson P
    • Blaber M
    Get full text

Professional experience

Professor of Biomedical Sciences

Florida State University

August 2007 - Present

Education history

PhD Biological Chemistry

University of California Irvine School of Medicine

September 1985 - February 1990(4 years)

BA Biochemistry/Molecular Biology

University of California Santa Barbara

September 1976 - June 1980(4 years)