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Michael Povelones

  • PhD
  • University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine
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Research interests

Mosquito immune responses to malaria parasites.

Followers (2)

  • Robert Waterhouse

    Robert WaterhouseUniversity of Lausanne Department of Ecology and Evolution

  • John Clayton

    John ClaytonIBMC-CNRS

Following (2)

  • Robert Waterhouse

    Robert WaterhouseUniversity of Lausanne Department of Ecology and Evolution

  • John Clayton

    John ClaytonIBMC-CNRS

Publications (5)

  • Structure-Function Analysis of the Anopheles gambiae LRIM1/APL1C Complex and its Interaction with Complement C3-Like Protein TEP1.

    • Povelones M
    • Upton L
    • Sala K
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  • Sequence-structure-function relations of the mosquito leucine-rich repeat immune proteins.

    • Waterhouse R
    • Povelones M
    • Christophides G
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  • Direct interactions between immunocytes and neurons after axotomy in Aplysia.

    • Farr M
    • Zhu D
    • Povelones M
    • et al.
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  • An NF-kappaB-like transcription factor in axoplasm is rapidly inactivated after nerve injury in Aplysia.

    • Povelones M
    • Tran K
    • Thanos D
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  • Intrinsic injury signals enhance growth, survival, and excitability of Aplysia neurons.

    • Ambron R
    • Zhang X
    • Gunstream J
    • et al.
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Professional experience

University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine