July 29, 2014

Bell Center Publications

Bilogan, CK; Horb, ME. 2012. Xenopus Staufen 2 is Required for Anterior Endodermal Organ Formation. Genesis 50, 251-259. (PMC3294188)

Bilogan, CK; Horb, ME. 2012. Microarray Analysis of Xenopus Endoderm Expressing Ptf1a. Genesis 50, 853-870. (PMC3498591)

Busch DJ; Morgan, JR.  2012. Synuclein Accumulation is Associated with Cell-specific Neuronal Death after Spinal Cord Injury. Journal of Comparative Neurology. (520): 1751-1771.

Graham, DM; Messerli, MA; Pethig, R. 2012. 3D Dielectrophoretic Manipulation of Cells and Organelles using a Single Pin Electrode. Biotechniques (52): 39-43.

Jeffery, WR. 2012. Siphon Regeneration is Compromised During Aging in the Ascidian Ciona intestinalis. Mechanisms of Aging and Development (133): 629-636.

Oropeza, D; Horb, ME. 2012. Transient expression of Ngn3 in Xenopus endoderm promotes early and ectopic development of pancreatic beta and delta cells. Genesis 50, 271-285. (PMC3294191)

Pearl, EJ; Grainger, RM; Guille, M; Horb, ME. 2012. Development of Xenopus Resource Centers: the National Xenopus Resource and the European Xenopus Resource Center. Genesis 50, 155-163.

Tamm, SL. 2012. Regeneration of Ciliary Comb Plates in the Ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi. J. Morph (273): 109-120.

Tamm, SL. 2012. Patterns of Comb Row Development in Young and Adult Stages of the Ctenophores Mnemiopsis leidyi and Pleurobrachia pileus.  J. Morph. (273): 1050-1063.