2010

2010 Publications

Auger, H., Sasakura,Y., Joly, J-S., and W. R. Jeffery  (2010).  Regeneration of oral siphon pigment organs in the ascidian Ciona intestinalis.  Develop. Biol..  339: 374-389.

Greenwood, A.K., Peichel, C.L. and Zottoli, S.J.  (2010). Distinct startle responses are associated with neuroanatomical differences in pufferfishes.  J. Exp. Biol., 213: 613-620.

Horb, L.D. and Horb, M.E. (2010) The RNA binding protein BrunoL1 regulates proliferation of endoderm cells by enhancing cyclin A2 translation. Development Biology 345, 156-169 (NIHMS223416).

Jeffery, W. R.  (2010). Pleiotropy and eye degeneration in cavefish.  Heredity 105: 495-496.

Jeffery, W. R.  (2010).  Adapting to the dark side: a review of Cave Biology: Life in Darkness, by Aldemaro Romero.  Evol. Dev. 12: 343-344.

Jeffery, W.R., and A.G. Strickler (2010). Development as an evolutionary process in Astyanax cavefish. In: The Biology of Subterranean Fishes.  E. Trajano, ed.  Academic Press: New York.

Malkusch, W. and Zottoli, S.J. (2010). Being Objective:  A tribute to Rudi Rottenfusser. The Collecting Net, 6: 5-6.

M.A. Messerli and Smith, P.J.S. (2010). Construction, theory and practical considerations for using self-referencing of Ca2+-selective microelectrodes for monitoring extracellular Ca2+ gradients. Pp. 91-111. In: Methods in Cell Biology- A Practical Guide to the Study of Calcium in Living Cells. Ed. Michael Whitaker.

Oliphint PA, Alieva N, Foldes AE†, Tytell ED, Lau BYB, Pariseau JS†, Cohen AH, and Morgan J.R. (2010). Regenerated synapses in lamprey spinal cord are sparse and small even after functional recovery from injury. Journal of Comparative Neurology 518:2854-2872. († Undergraduate contributions)

Smith, P.J.S, Collis, L.P. and Messerli, M.A. (2010). Windows to cell function and dysfunction: Signatures written in the boundary layers. BioEssays 32(6): 514-523.

Yoshizawa, M., Goricki, S., Soares, D., and W. R. Jeffery  (2010).  Evolution of a behavioral shift mediated by superficial neuromasts helps cavefish find food in darkness.  Curr. Biol. 20: 1631-1636.