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John Tang

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionRush University, Rush Medical College
DepartmentPhysiology and Biophysics
Address1750 West Harrison St
Chicago IL 60612
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0003-0104-8324 Additional info
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    Other Appointments:
    Web editor for RUSH Medical College, Office of Basic Biological Sciences (OBBS) Departments and Research Administration Shared Services

    My ORCID ID is 0000-0003-0104-8324
    My Scopus ID is 7404638670
    My NIH COMMONS name is J-TANG

    Research Areas:
    Ion channels, bacterial porins, lipid bilayers, patch-clamp techniques, perfusing patch pipettes, silicon-based ion channel sensor, channels of internal membranes in sarcoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria, pressure sensitive channels.

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    PhD, RUSH Medical College
    MS, University of Illinois Medical Center
    BS, University of Charleston

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    1. Giri J, Tang JM, Wirth C, Peneff CM, Eisenberg B. Single-channel measurements of an N-acetylneuraminic acid-inducible outer membrane channel in Escherichia coli. Eur Biophys J. 2012 Mar; 41(3):259-71. PMID: 22246445.
    2. Ervin EN, White RJ, Owens TG, Tang JM, White HS. AC conductance of transmembrane protein channels. The number of ionized residue mobile counterions at infinite dilution. J Phys Chem B. 2007 Aug 02; 111(30):9165-71. PMID: 17602583.
    3. Wilk SJ, Petrossian L, Goryll M, Thornton TJ, Goodnick SM, Tang JM, Eisenberg RS. Integrated electrodes on a silicon based ion channel measurement platform. Biosens Bioelectron. 2007 Sep 30; 23(2):183-90. PMID: 17507211.
    4. White RJ, Zhang B, Daniel S, Tang JM, Ervin EN, Cremer PS, White HS. Ionic conductivity of the aqueous layer separating a lipid bilayer membrane and a glass support. Langmuir. 2006 Dec 05; 22(25):10777-83. PMID: 17129059.
    5. Ion Channels on Silicon. e-Journal of Surface Science and Nanotechnology. 2005; 3:184-189. View Publication.
    6. Silicon-Based Ion Channel Platforms. Springer Proceedings in Physics Series. 2005; HCIS-14:201. View Publication.
    7. Ion Channel Conductance Measurements on a Silicon-Based Platform. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2005; 38:21-24. View Publication.
    8. Miedema H, Meter-Arkema A, Wierenga J, Tang J, Eisenberg B, Nonner W, Hektor H, Gillespie D, Meijberg W. Permeation properties of an engineered bacterial OmpF porin containing the EEEE-locus of Ca2+ channels. Biophys J. 2004 Nov; 87(5):3137-47. PMID: 15326033.
    9. Teflon-coated silicon apertures for supported lipid bilayer membranes. Applied Physics Letters. 2004; 85(15):3307-3309. View Publication.
    10. Ion Channel Sensor on a Silicon Support. Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 2004; 820:O7.2.1-6. View Publication.
    11. Silicon-based ion channel sensor. Superlattices & Microstructures. 2003; 34(3-6):451-457. View Publication.
    12. Simulating Ion Permeation Through the OmpF Porin Ion Channel Using Three-Dimensional Drift-Diffusion Theory. Journal of Computational Electronics. 2003; 2(1):29-47. View Publication.
    13. Three-dimensional Continuum Simulations of Ion Transport Through Biological Ion Channels: Effect of Charge Distribution in the Constriction Region of Porin. Journal of Computational Electronics. 2002; 1(3):335-340. View Publication.
    14. Structure-Function Study of Porins. Technical Proceedings of the 2002 International Conference on Computational Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. 2002; 64-67. View Publication.
    15. Combining Computational Chemistry and Computational Electronics to Understand Protein Ion Channels. Technical Proceedings of the 2002 International Conference on Computational Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. 2002; 60-63. View Publication.
    16. Three-dimensional Continuum Simulations of Biological Ion Channels. Technical Proceedings of the 2001 International Conference on Computational Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. 2001; 39-42. View Publication.
    17. Neuromethods, Patch Clamp Applications and Protocols. A.A. Boulton, G.B. Baker and W. Walz, editors. Perfusion of patch pipettes. 1995; 26(5):123-139. View Publication.
    18. Wang J, Tang JM, Eisenberg RS. A calcium conducting channel akin to a calcium pump. J Membr Biol. 1992 Nov; 130(2):163-81. PMID: 1283985.
    19. Tang JM, Wang J, Eisenberg RS. Perfusing patch pipettes. Methods Enzymol. 1992; 207:176-81. PMID: 1528117.
    20. Tang JM, Wang J, Eisenberg RS. Studies on intact sarcoplasmic reticulum: patch clamp recording and tension measurement in lobster split muscle fibers. Methods Enzymol. 1992; 207:692-9. PMID: 1382208.
    21. Tang JM, Wang J, Quandt FN, Eisenberg RS. Perfusing pipettes. Pflugers Arch. 1990 May; 416(3):347-50. PMID: 2381768.
    22. Tang JM, Wang J, Eisenberg RS. K+-selective channel from sarcoplasmic reticulum of split lobster muscle fibers. J Gen Physiol. 1989 Aug; 94(2):261-78. PMID: 2794967.
    23. Cooper KE, Tang JM, Rae JL, Eisenberg RS. A cation channel in frog lens epithelia responsive to pressure and calcium. J Membr Biol. 1986; 93(3):259-69. PMID: 2434653.
    24. Nelson DJ, Jacobs ER, Tang JM, Zeller JM, Bone RC. Immunoglobulin G-induced single ionic channels in human alveolar macrophage membranes. J Clin Invest. 1985 Aug; 76(2):500-7. PMID: 2411759.
    25. Nelson DJ, Tang JM, Palmer LG. Single-channel recordings of apical membrane chloride conductance in A6 epithelial cells. J Membr Biol. 1984; 80(1):81-9. PMID: 6090667.
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