Vondolee Delgado-Nixon

Associate Professor - Practice

Contact Information

Postal address: 
338 W. 10th Ave. Room A300 Columbus, OH 43210

Journal articles

  • Hydrophobic forces and proton motive forces, acting on acidic residues, work together to promote amino-terminal translocation of membrane proteins. (1998). Journal of Biological Chemistry, 273.

Honors

  • Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, 20101101
  • National Science Foundation Posdoctoral Research Fellowship, 19990601 - 20010101
  • The Ohio State University Multiple Year Dean's Fellowship, 19970901 - 19980801
  • Sigma Xi: Scientific Research Society, 19960501 - 19960501
  • Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 19960501 - 19960501
  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 19930201 - 19970901
  • Ford Foundation Graduate Fellowship, 19930201 - 19930301
  • The Ohio State University Multiple Year Dean's Fellowship, 19920901 - 19930801

Abstracts

  • Title of Publication: The FASEB JournalTitle of Entry: Objective-based learning leads to real understanding.RIV Author(s): Vondolee Marie Delgado-NixonPublication date: January 2006Volume: 20RIV Pages: A50.14Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: The FASEB JournalTitle of Entry: Horner's syndrome as a teaching tool to describe basic neurophysiological concepts to Optometry students.RIV Author(s): Vondolee Marie Delgado-NixonPublication date: January 2003Volume: 17RIV Pages: A384-385Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Journal of Biological ChemistryTitle of Entry: Direct evidence that the proton motive force inhibits membrane translocation of positively charged residues within membrane proteins.RIV Author(s): Schuenemann TA, Delgado-Nixon VM, and Dalbey RE.Publication date: January 1999Volume: 274RIV Pages: 6855-6864Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Journal of Biological ChemistryTitle of Entry: Hydrophobic forces and proton motive forces, acting on acidic residues, work together to promote amino-terminal translocation of membrane proteins.RIV Author(s): Vondolee Marie Delgado-Nixon, Dalbey REPublication date: January 1998Volume: 273RIV Pages: 9927-9934Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Journal of Biological ChemistryTitle of Entry: A serine and a lysine residue implicated in the catalytic mechanism of the Escherichia coli leader peptidase.RIV Author(s): Tschantz WR, Sung M, Delgado-Partin V, and Dalbey REPublication date: January 1993Volume: 268RIV Pages: 27349-27354Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100