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The main objective of Dr. Stojilkovic’s work is to understand how neuroendocrine cells in developing and adult animals use ion channels as signaling platforms in order to efficiently process information, both intercellularly and intracellularly. Initially, his work focused on the role of inositol-trisphosphate receptor channels in the oscillatory calcium release of pituitary gonadotrophs, the mechanism of periodic activation of these channels, and the complex mode of synchronization of calcium release from intracellular stores and the electrical activity of these cells.
Dr. Stojilkovic received a Ph. D. in Physiology and Neuroendocrinology from the University of Novi Sad, Serbia, in 1982. He was Assistant Professor of Physiology at the Institute of Biology, University of Novi Sad, before joining NICHD as a Guest Researcher in 1985, where he worked in the laboratory of Dr. Kevin J. Catt.
Stanko Stojilkovic currently lives in Potomac , MD. Before that, Stanko lived in Rockville , MD. Stanko is related to Kosta Stojilkovic.
Rikke Rie Hansen, Christian K. Nielsen, Arafat Nasser, Stine I. M. Thomsen, Laura F. Eghorn, Yen Pham, Cecilia Schulenburg, Susanne Syberg, Ming Ding, Stanko S. Stojilkovic.
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Tomic , and S. S. Stojilkovic. 2003. Intracellular calcium measurements as a method in studies on activity of purinergic P2X receptor channels (0) by H Zemkova.
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