Former BCTG trainee, Jason Murray, is co-author of PNAS paper: “Cardiac myosin activation with 2-deoxy-ATP via increased electrostatic interactions with actin”

Former BCTG trainee from the Regnier lab, Jason Murray, is a co-author of the paper, “Cardiac myosin activation with 2-deoxy-ATP via increased electrostatic interactions with actin,” that was recently published in the journal PNAS. The key findings were reported in a UW Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine news story that was featured on the websites of UW Medicine (PostScript), the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Laboratory (Science Highlights), and the US Department of Energy Office of Science (University Research News).