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Dr. Mitchell's research interests include nucleoside diphosphate kinase (NDPK), a protein involved in many cellular functions and linked to cancer, and primary cilia, cellular organelles involved in development and kidney disease.
Mitchell, K.A.P. (2013). Isolation of primary cilia by sheer force. Current Protocols in Cell Biology, 3.42.1-3.42.9.
Detwiler, C.D., K.A.P. Mitchell and N. Reichenbach (2011). Life by Design. Cengage Publishing Co., Mason, OH. ISBN: 1-111-21991-5
Mitchell, K.A.P., G. Szabo, and A. S. Otero (2009). Methods for the isolation of sensory and primary cilia-an overview. Methods in Cell Biology, 94:87-101.
Mitchell, K.A.P., G. Szabo and A. de S. Otero (2009). Direct binding of cytosolic NDP kinases to membrane lipids is regulated by nucleotides. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1793:469-476.
Mitchell, K.A.P., B.C. Gallagher, G. Szabo and A. de S. Otero (2004). NDP kinase moves into developing primary cilia. Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton 59:62-73.
Gallagher, B.C., K.A. Parrott, G. Szabo and A. de S. Otero (2003). Receptor activation regulates cortical, but not vesicular localization of NDP kinase. Journal of Cell Science 116:3239-3250.