James A Hamilton
James A Hamilton
Professor of Pharmacology Physiology and Biophysics
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The formation of highly soluble oligomers of α-synuclein is regulated by fatty acids and enhanced in Parkinson's disease
R Sharon, I Bar-Joseph, MP Frosch, DM Walsh, JA Hamilton, DJ Selkoe
Neuron 37 (4), 583-595, 2003
Ionization and phase behavior of fatty acids in water: application of the Gibbs phase rule
DP Cistola, JA Hamilton, D Jackson, DM Small
Biochemistry 27 (6), 1881-1888, 1988
Fast/Glycolytic muscle fiber growth reduces fat mass and improves metabolic parameters in obese mice
Y Izumiya, T Hopkins, C Morris, K Sato, L Zeng, J Viereck, JA Hamilton, ...
Cell metabolism 7 (2), 159-172, 2008
Fatty acid transport: difficult or easy?
JA Hamilton
Journal of lipid research 39 (3), 467-481, 1998
Retinaldehyde represses adipogenesis and obesity: an insight into resistance to high-fat diet in RALDH1 deficient mice
O Ziouzenkova, G Orasanu, M Shariach, TE Aklyama, JP Berger, ...
Nature Medicine 6 (13), 695-702, 2007
Concussion, microvascular injury, and early tauopathy in young athletes after impact head injury and an impact concussion mouse model
CA Tagge, AM Fisher, OV Minaeva, A Gaudreau-Balderrama, ...
Brain 141 (2), 422-458, 2018
How are free fatty acids transported in membranes? Is it by proteins or by free diffusion through the lipids?
JA Hamilton, F Kamp
Diabetes 48 (12), 2255-2269, 1999
Location of high and low affinity fatty acid binding sites on human serum albumin revealed by NMR drug-competition analysis
JR Simard, PA Zunszain, JA Hamilton, S Curry
Journal of molecular biology 361 (2), 336-351, 2006
Movement of fatty acids, fatty acid analogs, and bile acids across phospholipid bilayers
F Kamp, JA Hamilton
Biochemistry 32 (41), 11074-11085, 1993
Fatty acid flip-flop in phospholipid bilayers is extremely fast
F Kamp, D Zakim, F Zhang, N Noy, JA Hamilton
Biochemistry 34 (37), 11928-11937, 1995
pH gradients across phospholipid membranes caused by fast flip-flop of un-ionized fatty acids.
F Kamp, JA Hamilton
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89 (23), 11367-11370, 1992
In vivo molecular imaging of acute and subacute thrombosis using a fibrin-binding magnetic resonance imaging contrast agent
RM Botnar, AS Perez, S Witte, AJ Wiethoff, J Laredo, J Hamilton, W Quist, ...
Circulation 109 (16), 2023-2029, 2004
Locating high-affinity fatty acid-binding sites on albumin by x-ray crystallography and NMR spectroscopy
JR Simard, PA Zunszain, CE Ha, JS Yang, NV Bhagavan, I Petitpas, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (50), 17958-17963, 2005
Phase behavior and bilayer properties of fatty acids: hydrated 1: 1 acid-soaps
DP Cistola, D Atkinson, JA Hamilton, DM Small
Biochemistry 25 (10), 2804-2812, 1986
Fast flip-flop of cholesterol and fatty acids in membranes: implications for membrane transport proteins
JA Hamilton
Current opinion in lipidology 14 (3), 263-271, 2003
How fatty acids of different chain length enter and leave cells by free diffusion
F Kamp, JA Hamilton
Prostaglandins, leukotrienes and essential fatty acids 75 (3), 149-159, 2006
Medium-chain vs long-chain triacylglycerol emulsion hydrolysis by lipoprotein lipase and hepatic lipase: implications for the mechanisms of lipase action
RJ Deckelbaum, JA Hamilton, A Moser, G Bengtsson-Olivecrona, ...
Biochemistry 29 (5), 1136-1142, 1990
Interactions of a very long chain fatty acid with model membranes and serum albumin. Implications for the pathogenesis of adrenoleukodystrophy.
JK Ho, H Moser, Y Kishimoto, JA Hamilton
The Journal of clinical investigation 96 (3), 1455-1463, 1995
A model for fatty acid transport into the brain
JA Hamilton, K Brunaldi
Journal of Molecular Neuroscience 33, 12-17, 2007
Solubilization and localization of triolein in phosphatidylcholine bilayers: a 13C NMR study.
JA Hamilton, DM Small
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 78 (11), 6878-6882, 1981
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