Mark Roseman, PhD

Mark Roseman, PhD

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Name: Mark Roseman, PhD

Department of Primary Appointment: Biochemistry
Title: Associate Professor Biophysical chemistry of membranes;lipid-protein interactions; transfer of amphiphiles across and between membranes;peptide hydropathy

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Office Phone: (301) 295-3570
Lab Phone: (301) 295-3512
Room: B4070



Associate Professor

Selected publications

Roseman, M. A. and Thompson, T. E., "Mechanism of the Spontaneous Transfer of Phospholipids between Bilayers", Biochemistry 19, 439-444 (1980).

Greenhut, Susan F. and Roseman, Mark A., "Cytochrome b5 Induced Flip- Flop of Phospholipids in Sonicated Vesicles", Biochemistry 24, 1252-1260 (1985).

Greenhut, S. F., Bourgeois, V. R., and Roseman, M. A., "Distribution of Cytochrome b5 Between Small and Large Unilamellar Vesicles", J. Biol. Chem. 261, 3670-3675 (1986)

Roseman, M. A., "Hydrophilicity of Polar Amino Acid Side Chains is Markedly Reduced by Flanking Peptide Bonds", J. Mol. Biol. 200, 513-522 (1988)

Grant, Jr., E., Beeler, T. J., Taylor, K. M. P., Gable, K., and Roseman, M. A., "Mechanism of Magainin 2a Induced Permeabilization of Phospholipid Vesicles," Biochemistry 31, 9912-9918 (1992).

Taylor, K. M. P., and Roseman, M. A., "The Effect of Cholesterol, Fatty Acyl Chain Composition, and Bilayer Curvature on the Interaction of Cytochrome b5 with Liposomes of Phosphatidylcholines," Biochemistry 34, 3841-50 (1995).