Squid Publications

  1. Augustine, G.J., F. Santamaria, and K. Tanaka, Local calcium signaling in neurons. Neuron, 2003. 40(2): p. 331-346.
  2. Brown, J.R., E.M. Peacock-Villada, and G.M. Langford, Globular tail fragment of myosin-V displaces vesicle-associated motor and Rab GDI blocks vesicle transport in squid nerve cell extracts. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 2002. 13: p. 456A-457A.
  3. Brown, J.R., P. Stafford, and G.M. Langford, Short-range axonal/dendritic transport by myosin-V: A model for vesicle delivery to the synapse. Journal of Neurobiology, 2004. 58(2): p. 175-188.
  4. Buresch, K.C., et al., Contact chemosensory cues in egg bundles elicit male-male agonistic conflicts in the squid Loligo pealeii. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 2003. 29(3): p. 547-560.
  5. Buresch, K.C., et al., Experimental evidence that ovary and oviducal gland extracts influence male agonistic behavior in squids. Biological Bulletin, 2004. 206(1): p. 1-3.
  6. Crawford, K., Lithium chloride inhibits development along the animal vegetal axis and anterior midline of the squid embryo. Biological Bulletin, 2003. 205(2): p. 181-182.
  7. Delacruz, J., J.R. Brown, and G.M. Langford, Interactions between recombinant conventional squid kinesin and native myosin-V. Biological Bulletin, 2003. 205(2): p. 188-190.
  8. DeSelm, C.J., et al., Rab-GDI inhibits myosin V-dependent vesicle transport in squid giant axon. Biological Bulletin, 2003. 205(2): p. 190-191.
  9. Dipolo, R. and L. Beauge, Intracellular ionic and metabolic regulation of squid nerve Na_ exchanger, in Cellular and Molecular Physiology of Sodium-Calcium Exchange. 2002. p. 224-236.
  10. DiPolo, R.V., G. Berberian, and L. Beauge, Two different metabolic pathways, topologically separated, are responsible for the nucleotide and phosphagen regulation of the squid nerve Na_ exchanger. Biophysical Journal, 2004. 86(1): p. 612A-612A.
  11. DiPolo, R., G. Berberian, and L. Beauge, Phosphoarginine regulation of the squid nerve Na_ exchanger: metabolic pathway and exchanger-ligand interactions different from those seen with ATP. Journal of Physiology-London, 2004. 554(2): p. 387-401.
  12. Eyman, M., et al., Squid photoreceptor terminals synthesize calexcitin, a learning related protein. Neuroscience Letters, 2003. 347(1): p. 21-24.
  13. Fishman, H.M. and G.D. Bittner, Vesicle-mediated restoration of a plasmalemmal barrier in severed axons. News in Physiological Sciences, 2003. 18: p. 115-118.
  14. Grant, P. and H.C. Pant, Topographic regulation of phosphorylation in giant neurons of the squid, Loligo pealei: Role of phosphatases. Journal of Neurobiology, 2004. 58(4): p. 514-528.
  15. Hanlon, R.T., M.J. Smale, and W.H.H. Sauer, The mating system of the squid Loligo vulgaris reynaudii (Cephalopoda, Mollusca) off South Africa: Fighting, guarding, sneaking, mating and egg laying behavior. Bulletin of Marine Science, 2002. 71(1): p. 331-345.
  16. Jonas, E.A., et al., Modulation of synaptic transmission by the BCL-2 family protein BCL-xL. Journal of Neuroscience, 2003. 23(23): p. 8423-8431.
  17. King, A.J., S.A. Adamo, and R.T. Hanlon, Squid egg mops provide sensory cues for increased agonistic behaviour between male squid. Animal Behaviour, 2003. 66: p. 49-58.
  18. Morgan, J.R., et al., Eps15 homology domain-NPF motif interactions regulate clathrin coat assembly during synaptic vesicle recycling. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2003. 278(35): p. 33583-33592.
  19. O’Dor, R.K., et al., Currents as environmental constraints on the behavior, energetics and distribution of squid and cuttlefish. Bulletin of Marine Science, 2002. 71(2): p. 601-617.
  20. Wadeson, P.H. and K. Crawford, Formation of the blastoderm and yolk syncytial layer in early squid development. Biological Bulletin, 2003. 205(2): p. 179-180.
  21. Yoo, S., et al., Plasmalemmal sealing of transected mammalian neurites is a gradual process mediated by Ca2+regulated proteins. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 2003. 74(4): p. 541-551.
  22. Zheng, Y.L., et al., Phosphorylation of the head domain of neurofilament protein (NF-M) – A factor regulating topographic phosphorylation of NF-M tail domain KSP sites in neurons. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2003. 278(26): p. 24026-24032.
  23. Armstrong, C. M., F. Gomez-Lagunas, and A. Melishchuk. 2002. Block of Shaker K channels by external calcium. Biophysical Journal 82:1139.
  24. Artigas, P., and D. C. Gadsby. 2002a. Ion channel-like properties of the Na+/K+ pump. Pages 31-40 in Cellular and Molecular Physiology of Sodium-Calcium Exchange.
  25. Artigas, P., and D. C. Gadsby. 2002b. PTX-induced channel gating unmasks the Na/K pump’s two gates. Biophysical Journal 82:1254.
  26. Basso, C., P. Vergani, A. C. Nairn, and D. C. Gadsby. 2002. NBD1 might remain nucleotide-bound throughout CFTR channel gating. Biophysical Journal 82:53.
  27. Boal, J.G. 1996. Absence of social recognition in laboratory-reared cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis, L. (Mollusca: Cephalopoda). Animal Behavior 52(3): 529-537.
  28. Buresch, K.C.; Boal, J.G.; Knowles, J; DeBose, J; Nichols, A; Erwin, A.; Painter, S.D.; Nagle, G.T.; Hanlon, R.T. Contact chemosensory cues in egg bundles elicit male-male agonistic conflicts in the squid Loligo pealeii (Mollusca:Cephalopoda). J. Chem. Ecol., Vol 29, No. 3, March
  29. Brown, J. R., E. M. Peacock-Villada, and G. M. Langford. 2002. Globular tail fragment of myosin-V displaces vesicle-associated motor and blocks vesicle transport in squid nerve cell extracts. Biological Bulletin 203:210-211.
  30. Clay, J. R., and A. Kuzirian. 2002. Trafficking of axonal K+ channels: Potential role of Hsc70. Journal of Neuroscience Research 67:745-752.
  31. Colombo, F., M. Cerioli, M. M. Colombo, E. Marchisio, R. Malandra, and P. Renon. 2002. A simple polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment length polymorphism (PCR-RFLP) method for the differentiation of cephalopod mollusc families Loliginidae from Ommastrephidae, to avoid substitutions in fishery field. Food Control 13:185-190.
  32. Crawford, K. 2002a. Culture method for in vitro fertilization to hatching of the squid, Loligo pealeii. Biological Bulletin 203:216-217.
  33. Crawford, K. 2002b. In vitro fertilization to hatching, a novel culture method for embryos of the long-finned squid, Loligo pealei. Developmental Biology 247:47.
  34. Jonas, E. A., J. A. Hickman, J. Zhang, I. Ivanovska, G. Basanez, E. McCarthy, J. Zimmerberg, J. M. Hardwick, and L. K. Kaczmarek. 2002. Actions of Bcl-2 family proteins on mitochondria in synaptic terminals. Biophysical Journal 82:102.
  35. Kier, W. M., and N. A. Curtin. 2002. Fast muscle in squid (Loligo pealei): contractile properties of a specialized muscle fibre type. Journal of Experimental Biology 205:1907-1916.
  36. Kuner, T., H. Tokumaru, and G. J. Augustine. 2002. Peptides as probes of protein-protein interactions involved in neurotransmitter release. Pages 551-+ in Peptide-Lipid Interactions.
  37. Landowne, D. 2002. Perchlorate prevents sodium channel gating and sodium protects in the squid giant axon. Biological Bulletin 203:190-191.
  38. Langford, G. M. 2002. Myosin-V, a versatile motor for short-range vesicle transport. Traffic 3:859-865.
  39. Langford, G. M., J. R. Brown, K. R. Simonetta, and P. Stafford. 2002. Actin-based vesicle transport in nerve cell extracts: implications for neurodegenerative diseases. Journal of Neurochemistry 81:40-40.
  40. Magoski, N. S., G. F. Wilson, and L. K. Kaczmarek. 2002. Protein kinase modulation of a neuronal cation channel requires protein-protein interactions mediated by an Src homology 3 domain. Journal of Neuroscience 22:1-9.
  41. Mense, M., D. M. White, P. Vergani, A. C. Nairn, and D. C. Gadsby. 2002. Generation, expression, and function of cysteine-less CFTR. Journal of General Physiology 120:55.
  42. Morfini, G., G. Szebenyi, R. Elluru, N. Ratner, and S. T. Brady. 2002. Glycogen synthase kinase 3 phosphorylates kinesin light chains and negatively regulates kinesin-based motility. Embo Journal 21:281-293.
  43. Morgan, J. R., G. J. Augustine, and E. M. Lafer. 2002. Synaptic vesicle endocytosis – The races, places, and molecular faces. Neuromolecular Medicine 2:101-114.
  44. Portner, H. O. 2002. Environmental and functional limits to muscular exercise and body size in marine invertebrate athletes. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology a-Molecular and Integrative Physiology 133:303-321.
  45. Rakowski, R. F., D. C. Gadsby, and P. De Weer. 2002. Single ion occupancy and steady-state gating of Na channels in squid giant axon. Journal of General Physiology 119:235-249.
  46. Rosenthal, J. J. C., and F. Bezanilla. 2002. A comparison of propagated action potentials from tropical and temperate squid axons: different durations and conduction velocities correlate with ionic conductance levels. Journal of Experimental Biology 205:1819-1830.
  47. Shashar, N., C. A. Milbury, and R. T. Hanlon. 2002. Polarization vision in cephalopods: Neuroanatomical and behavioral features that illustrate aspects of form and function. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 35:57-68.
  48. Smotherman, M. 2002. Acetylcholine mediates excitatory input to chromatophore motoneurons in the squid, Loligo pealeii. Biological Bulletin 203:231-232.
  49. Vergani, P., C. Basso, A. C. Nairn, and D. C. Gadsby. 2002. Effects on CFTR Cl- channel gating of Walker A lysine mutation K464A imply allosteric interaction between NBDS. Biophysical Journal 82:1162.
  50. Xu, J. H., Y. M. Xu, G. C. R. Ellis-Davies, G. J. Augustine, and F. W. Tse. 2002a. Differential regulation of exocytosis by alpha- and beta-SNAPs. Journal of Neuroscience 22:53-61.
  51. Xu, Y. F., N. Chiamvimonvat, A. E. Vazquez, S. Akunuru, N. Ratner, and E. N. Yamoah. 2002b. Gene-targeted deletion of neurofibromin enhances the expression of a transient outward K+ current in Schwann cells: A protein kinase A-mediated mechanism. Journal of Neuroscience 22:9194-9202.
  52. Zheng, Y. L., B. S. Li, N. D. Amin, W. Albers, and H. C. Pant. 2002. A peptide derived from cyclin-dependent kinase activator (p35) specifically inhibits Cdk5 activity and phosphorylation of tau protein in transfected cells. European Journal of Biochemistry 269:4427-4434.