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    1. Ikebuchi, Y; Baibakov, B; Smith, RM; Vogel, SS
      Plasma membrane resident 'fusion complexes' mediate reconstituted exocytosis

      TRAFFIC
    2. Whitaker, M; Larman, MG
      Calcium and mitosis

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    3. Brunger, AT
      Structure of proteins involved in synaptic vesicle fusion in neurons

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF BIOPHYSICS AND BIOMOLECULAR STRUCTURE
    4. Brunger, AT
      Structural insights into the molecular mechanism of calcium-dependent vesicle-membrane fusion

      CURRENT OPINION IN STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    5. Asano, Y; Mabuchi, I
      Calyculin-A, an inhibitor for protein phosphatases, induces cortical contraction in unfertilized sea urchin eggs

      CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON
    6. Wessel, GM; Brooks, JM; Green, E; Haley, S; Voronina, E; Wong, J; Zaydfudim, V; Conner, S
      The biology of cortical granules

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 209
    7. Blank, PS; Vogel, SS; Malley, JD; Zimmerberg, J
      A kinetic analysis of calcium-triggered exocytosis

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Thomas, FIM; Bolton, TF; Sastry, AM
      Mechanical forces imposed on echinoid eggs during spawning: Mitigation of forces by fibrous networks within egg extracellular layers

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    9. Abbott, AL; Fissore, RA; Ducibella, T
      Identification of a translocation deficiency in cortical granule secretionin preovulatory mouse oocytes

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    10. Squirrell, JM; Lane, M; Bavister, BD
      Altering intracellular pH disrupts development and cellular organization in preimplantation hamster embryos

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    11. Crozet, N; Dahirel, M; Chesne, P
      Centrosome inheritance in sheep zygotes: Centrioles are contributed by thesperm

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    12. Brunger, AT
      Structural insights into the molecular mechanism of Ca2+-dependent exocytosis

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    13. Zimmerberg, J; Blank, PS; Kolosova, I; Cho, MS; Tahara, M; Coorssen, JR
      A stage-specific preparation to study the Ca2+-triggered fusion steps of exocytosis: Rationale and perspectives

      BIOCHIMIE
    14. Manandhar, G; Simerly, C; Schatten, G
      Highly degenerated distal centrioles in rhesus and human spermatozoa

      HUMAN REPRODUCTION
    15. Patel, S; Churchill, GC; Galione, A
      Unique kinetics of nicotinic acid-adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NAADP) binding enhance the sensitivity of NAADP receptors for their ligand

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    16. Ciapa, B; Chiri, S
      Egg activation: Upstream of the fertilization calcium signal

      BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    17. Wu, WJ; Kinsey, WH
      Fertilization triggers activation of Fyn Kinase in the Zebrafish egg

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    18. Robertson, L; Wishart, GJ; Horrocks, AJ
      Identification of perivitelline N-linked glycans as mediators of sperm-egginteraction in chickens

      JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTION AND FERTILITY
    19. Lee, HC; Aarhus, R
      Functional visualization of the separate but interacting calcium stores sensitive to NAADP and cyclic ADP-ribose

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    20. Grosse, J; Bulling, A; Brucker, C; Berg, U; Amsterdam, A; Mayerhofer, A; Gratzl, M
      Synaptosome-associated protein of 25 kilodaltons in oocytes and steroid-producing cells of rat and human ovary: Molecular analysis and regulation by gonadotropins

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    21. Bolton, TF; Thomas, FIM; Leonard, CN
      Maternal energy investment in eggs and jelly coats surrounding eggs of theechinoid Arbacia punctulata

      BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    22. Masuda, W; Noguchi, T
      ADP-ribosyl cyclase in rat salivary glands

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    23. Bak, J; White, P; Timar, G; Missiaen, L; Genazzani, AA; Galione, A
      Nicotinic acid adenine dinucleotide phosphate triggers Ca2+ release from brain microsomes

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    24. Arai, A; Kyozuka, K; Nakazawa, T
      Cytoplasmic Ca2+ oscillation coordinates the formation of actin filaments in the sea urchin eggs activated with phorbol ester

      CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON
    25. Buzas, Z; Kolosova, I; Chrambach, A
      PhastSystem electrophoresis in beta-octylglucoside containing gels with immunodetection of a nondenatured vesicle-associated membrane protein

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    26. Petersen, OH; Cancela, JM
      New Ca2+-releasing messengers: are they important in the nervous system?

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    27. Wright, SJ
      Sperm nuclear activation during fertilization

      CURRENT TOPICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, VOL 46
    28. Thomas, FIM; Bolton, TF
      Shear stress experienced by echinoderm eggs in the oviduct during spawning: Potential role in the evolution of egg properties

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    29. Shuster, CB; Burgess, DR
      Parameters that specify the timing of cytokinesis

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    30. Masuda, W; Takenaka, S; Tsuyama, S; Inui, H; Miyatake, K; Nakano, Y
      Purification and characterization of ADP-ribosyl cyclase from Euglena gracilis

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. Sato, K; Iwao, Y; Fujimura, T; Tamaki, I; Ogawa, K; Iwasaki, T; Tokmakov, AA; Hatano, O; Fukami, Y
      Evidence for the involvement of a Src-related tyrosine kinase in Xenopus egg activation

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    32. Chiba, K; Alderton, JM; Hoshi, M; Steinhardt, RA
      Activation of the proteasomes of sand dollar eggs at fertilization dependson the intracellular pH rise

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    33. Lane, M; Baltz, JM; Bavister, BD
      Na+/H+ antiporter activity in hamster embryos is activated during fertilization

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    34. Glahn, D; Mark, SD; Behr, RK; Nuccitelli, R
      Tyrosine kinase inhibitors block sperm-induced egg activation in Xenopus laevis

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    35. Iwamatsu, T; Shibata, Y; Yamashita, M
      Studies on fertilization of the teleost. II. Nuclear behavior and changes in histone H1 kinase

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    36. Thomas, FIM; Edwards, KA; Bolton, TF; Sewell, MA; Zande, JM
      Mechanical resistance to shear stress: The role of echinoderm egg extracellular layers

      BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    37. BENYOSEF D; TALMOR A; SHWARTZ L; GRANOT Y; SHALGI R
      TYROSYL-PHOSPHORYLATED PROTEINS ARE INVOLVED IN REGULATION OF MEIOSISIN THE RAT EGG

      Molecular reproduction and development
    38. ALVES AP; MULLOY B; MOY GW; VACQUIER VD; MOURAO PAS
      FEMALES OF THE SEA-URCHIN STRONGYLOCENTROTUS-PURPURATUS DIFFER IN THESTRUCTURES OF THEIR EGG JELLY SULFATED FUCANS

      Glycobiology
    39. MOHRI T; MIYAZAKI S; SHIRAKAWA H; IKEGAMI S
      SPERM-INDUCED LOCAL [CA2-URCHIN EGGS IN THE PRESENCE OF A GAMETE FUSION INHIBITOR, JASPISIN(](I) RISE SEPARATED FROM THE CA2+ WAVE IN SEA)

      Development
    40. Jones, KT; Soeller, C; Cannell, MB
      The passage of Ca2+ and fluorescent markers between the sperm and egg after fusion in the mouse

      DEVELOPMENT
    41. ARAI A; NAKAZAWA T
      ARRANGEMENT OF ACTIN-FILAMENTS AND CYTOPLASMIC GRANULES IN THE SEA-URCHIN EGG AFTER TPA TREATMENT

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    42. SEGAWA A; LOFFREDO F; PUXEDDU R; YAMASHINA S; RIVA FT; RIVA A
      EXOCYTOSIS IN HUMAN SALIVARY-GLANDS VISUALIZED BY HIGH-RESOLUTION SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Cell and tissue research
    43. PAGNAC C; GENEVIERE AM; MOREAU JM; PICARD A; JOUSSOTDUBIEN J; VEYRET B
      NO EFFECTS OF DC AND 60-HZ AC MAGNETIC-FIELDS ON THE FIRST MITOSIS OF2 SPECIES OF SEA-URCHIN EMBRYOS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    44. GALLAGHER ML; PARAMORE L; ALVES D; RULIFSON RA
      COMPARISON OF PHOSPHOLIPID AND FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION OF WILD AND CULTURED STRIPED BASS EGGS

      Journal of Fish Biology
    45. SETTE C; BEVILACQUA A; GEREMIA R; ROSSI P
      INVOLVEMENT OF PHOSPHOLIPASE C-GAMMA-1 IN MOUSE EGG ACTIVATION-INDUCED BY A TRUNCATED FORM OF THE C-KIT TYROSINE KINASE PRESENT IN SPERMATOZOA

      The Journal of cell biology
    46. Nishimura, Y; Nakano, K; Mabuchi, I
      Localization of Rho GTPase in sea urchin eggs

      FEBS LETTERS
    47. TALMOR A; KINSEY WH; SHALGI R
      EXPRESSION AND IMMUNOLOCALIZATION OF P59(C-FYN) TYROSINE KINASE IN RAT EGGS

      Developmental biology
    48. Hirohashi, N; Lennarz, WJ
      The 350-kDa sea urchin egg receptor for sperm is localized in the vitelline layer

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    49. IWAMATSU T
      STUDIES ON FERTILIZATION IN THE TELEOST - I - DYNAMIC-RESPONSES OF FERTILIZED MEDAKA EGGS

      Development, growth & differentiation
    50. Ohbayashi, H; Mantoku, T; Yamamoto, T; Nomura, K; Suzuki, N
      Primary structure of a 120 kDa protein associated with the fucose sulfate glycoconjugate constituting the acrosome reaction-inducing substance of thesea urchin, Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    51. MASUDA W; TAKENAKA S; TSUYAMA S; TOKUNAGA M; YAMAJI R; INUI H; MIYATAKE K; NAKANO Y
      INOSITOL 1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE AND CYCLIC ADP-RIBOSE MOBILIZE CA2-GRACILIS( IN A PROTIST, EUGLENA)

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. C. Comparative pharmacologyand toxicology
    52. WATANABE K; HAMAGUCHI MS; HAMAGUCHI Y
      EFFECTS OF INTRACELLULAR PH ON THE MITOTIC APPARATUS AND MITOTIC STAGE IN THE SAND DOLLAR EGG

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    53. HAMAGUCHI MS; WATANABE K; HAMAGUCHI Y
      REGULATION OF INTRACELLULAR PH IN SEA-URCHIN EGGS BY MEDIUM CONTAINING BOTH WEAK ACID AND BASE

      Cell structure and function
    54. SATHANANTHAN AH
      MITOSIS IN THE HUMAN EMBRYO - THE VITAL ROLE OF THE SPERM CENTROSOME (CENTRIOLE)

      Histology and histopathology
    55. AVERY J; HODEL A; WHITAKER M
      IN-VITRO EXOCYTOSIS IN SEA-URCHIN EGGS REQUIRES A SYNAPTOBREVIN-RELATED PROTEIN

      Journal of Cell Science
    56. COLLAS P; THOMPSON L; FIELDS AP; POCCIA DL; COURVALIN JC
      PROTEIN-KINASE-C-MEDIATED INTERPHASE LAMIN-B PHOSPHORYLATION AND SOLUBILIZATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    57. TERASAKI AG; OHNUMA M; MABUCHI I
      IDENTIFICATION OF ACTIN-BINDING PROTEINS FROM SEA-URCHIN EGGS BY F-ACTIN AFFINITY COLUMN CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Journal of Biochemistry
    58. MASUDA W; TAKENAKA S; INAGEDA K; NISHINA H; TAKAHASHI K; KATADA T; TSUYAMA S; INUI H; MIYATAKE K; NAKANO Y
      OSCILLATION OF ADP-RIBOSYL CYCLASE ACTIVITY DURING THE CELL-CYCLE ANDFUNCTION OF CYCLIC ADP-RIBOSE IN A UNICELLULAR ORGANISM, EUGLENA-GRACILIS

      FEBS letters
    59. MAUK R; JAWORSKI D; KAMEI N; GLABE CG
      IDENTIFICATION OF A 97-KDA HEAT-SHOCK-PROTEIN FROM S-FRANCISCANUS OVARIES WITH 94-PERCENT AMINO-ACID IDENTITY TO THE STRONGYLOCENTROTUS-PURPURATUS EGG SURFACE-RECEPTOR FOR SPERM

      Developmental biology
    60. MACHATY Z; MAYES MA; KOVACS LG; BALATTI PA; KIM JH; PRATHER RS
      ACTIVATION OF PORCINE OOCYTES VIA AN EXOGENOUSLY INTRODUCED RAT MUSCARINIC M1 RECEPTOR

      Biology of reproduction
    61. UEKI K; YOKOSAWA H
      EVIDENCE FOR AN ERBSTATIN-SENSITIVE TYROSINE KINASE FUNCTIONING IN ASCIDIAN EGG ACTIVATION

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    62. BECKER KA; HART NH
      THE CORTICAL ACTIN CYTOSKELETON OF UNACTIVATED ZEBRAFISH EGGS - SPATIAL-ORGANIZATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF FILAMENTOUS ACTIN, NONFILAMENTOUS ACTIN, AND MYOSIN-II

      Molecular reproduction and development
    63. WILDING M
      CALCIUM AND CELL-CYCLE CONTROL IN EARLY EMBRYOS

      Zygote
    64. DHUME ST; STEARS RL; LENNARZ WJ
      SEA-URCHIN EGG RECEPTOR FOR SPERM - THE OLIGOSACCHARIDE CHAINS STABILIZE SPERM BINDING

      Glycobiology
    65. MOSCATELLI A; CAI G; LIU GQ; TIEZZI A; CRESTI M
      DYNEIN-RELATED POLYPEPTIDES IN POLLEN AND POLLEN TUBES

      Sexual plant reproduction
    66. CIAPA B; DENADAI C
      ROLE OF INTEGRINS AND POLYPHOSPHOINOSITIDE METABOLISM DURING FERTILIZATION IN SEA-URCHIN EGG AND HAMSTER OOCYTE

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    67. STRICKER SA
      CHANGES IN THE SPATIOTEMPORAL PATTERNS OF INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM TRANSIENTS DURING STARFISH EARLY DEVELOPMENT

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    68. SATHANATHAN AH; RATNAM SS; NG SC; TARIN JJ; GIANAROLI L; TROUNSON A
      THE SPERM CENTRIOLE - ITS INHERITANCE, REPLICATION AND PERPETUATION IN EARLY HUMAN EMBRYOS

      Human reproduction
    69. LII T; LEE HC; GLEASON FK; LEVITT DG
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A LARGE-CONDUCTANCE, CATION-SELECTIVE CHANNEL FROM SEA-URCHIN EGGS THAT IS SENSITIVE TO SULFHYDRYL REDUCING AGENTS

      The Journal of membrane biology
    70. DUPRE E; SCHAAF G
      INFLUENCE OF IONS ON THE UNFOLDING OF THE SPERMATOZOA OF THE ROCK SHRIMP, RHYNCHOCINETES-TYPUS

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    71. TOBITA T; HIRAIDE F; MIYAZAKI J; ISHIMODATAKAGI T
      MUSCLE-TYPE TROPOMYOSIN OF SEA-URCHIN EGG INCREASES THE ACTIN-BINDINGOF NONMUSCLE-TYPE TROPOMYOSIN

      Journal of Biochemistry
    72. MUIR SR; SANDERS D
      PHARMACOLOGY OF CA2-PLANTS( RELEASE FROM RED BEET MICROSOMES SUGGESTSTHE PRESENCE OF RYANODINE RECEPTOR HOMOLOGS IN HIGHER)

      FEBS letters
    73. BAILEY VC; FORTT SM; SUMMERHILL RJ; GALIONE A; POTTER BVL
      CYCLIC ARISTEROMYCIN DIPHOSPHATE RIBOSE - A POTENT AND POORLY HYDROLYZABLE CA2-MOBILIZING MIMIC OF CYCLIC ADENOSINE-DIPHOSPHATE RIBOSE()

      FEBS letters
    74. SNOW P; YIM DL; LEIBOW JD; SAINI S; NUCCITELLI R
      FERTILIZATION STIMULATES AN INCREASE IN INOSITOL TRISPHOSPHATE AND INOSITOL LIPID-LEVELS IN XENOPUS EGGS

      Developmental biology
    75. DHUME ST; LENNARZ WJ
      THE INVOLVEMENT OF O-LINKED OLIGOSACCHARIDE CHAINS OF THE SEA-URCHIN EGG RECEPTOR FOR SPERM IN FERTILIZATION

      Glycobiology
    76. SUZUKI Y
      FLEXIBLE MICROGRIPPER

      International journal of the Japan Society for Precision Engineering
    77. CHINI EN; BEERS KW; CHINI CCS; DOUSA TP
      SPECIFIC MODULATION OF CYCLIC ADP-RIBOSE-INDUCED CA2+ RELEASE BY POLYAMINES

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    78. SCHNITZER JE; ALLARD J; OH P
      NEM INHIBITS TRANSCYTOSIS, ENDOCYTOSIS, AND CAPILLARY-PERMEABILITY - IMPLICATION OF CAVEOLAE FUSION IN ENDOTHELIA

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    79. ZIMMERBERG J; VOGEL SS; WHALLEY T; PLONSKY I; SOKOLOFF A; CHANTURIA A; CHERNOMORDIK LV
      INTERMEDIATES IN MEMBRANE-FUSION

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    80. GENEVIEREGARRIGUES AM; BARAKAT A; DOREE M; MOREAU JL; PICARD A
      ACTIVE CYCLIN B-CDC2 KINASE DOES NOT INHIBIT DNA-REPLICATION AND CANNOT DRIVE PREMATURELY FERTILIZED SEA-URCHIN EGGS INTO MITOSIS

      Journal of Cell Science
    81. TERASAKI M
      VISUALIZATION OF EXOCYTOSIS DURING SEA-URCHIN EGG FERTILIZATION USINGCONFOCAL MICROSCOPY

      Journal of Cell Science
    82. MOSCATELLI A; DELCASINO C; LOZZI L; CAI G; SCALI M; TIEZZI A; CRESTI M
      HIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT POLYPEPTIDES RELATED TO DYNEIN HEAVY-CHAINS IN NICOTIANA-TABACUM POLLEN TUBES

      Journal of Cell Science
    83. AARHUS R; GEE K; LEE HC
      CAGED CYCLIC ADP-RIBOSE - SYNTHESIS AND USE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    84. HIRIYANNA KT; BUCK WR; SHEN SS; INGEBRITSEN TS
      THIOPHOSPHORYLATED RCM-LYSOZYME, AN ACTIVE-SITE-DIRECTED PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE INHIBITOR, INHIBITS G2-M-TRANSITION DURING MITOTIC CELL-CYCLE AND UNCOUPLES MPF ACTIVATION FROM G2-M-TRANSITION

      Experimental cell research
    85. COLLAS P; POCCIA D
      LIPOPHILIC ORGANIZING STRUCTURES OF SPERM NUCLEI TARGET MEMBRANE VESICLE BINDING AND ARE INCORPORATED INTO THE NUCLEAR-ENVELOPE

      Developmental biology
    86. MOORE KL; KINSEY WH
      EFFECTS OF PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASE INHIBITORS ON EGG ACTIVATION AND FERTILIZATION-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASE-ACTIVITY

      Developmental biology
    87. REIMER CL; CRAWFORD BJ
      IDENTIFICATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF YOLK AND CORTICAL GRANULE PROTEINS IN EGGS AND EMBRYOS OF THE STARFISH, PISASTER OCHRACEUS

      Developmental biology
    88. PAYAN P; BOURGEADE V; DERENZIS G; GIRARD JP
      CA2-URCHIN EGGS - RELATIONSHIP TO LARVAL DEVELOPMENT AND RELEVANCE INEGG ACTIVATION( RELEASE FROM INTRACELLULAR STORES BY THAPSIGARGIN IN SEA)

      Development, growth & differentiation
    89. SHIROYA Y; SAKAI YT
      FILAMENTOUS STRUCTURE OF THE EXTERNAL SURFACE OF ABALONE EGGS REVEALED BY QUICK-FREEZE DEEP-ETCH TECHNIQUE

      Development, growth & differentiation
    90. SAKAI H
      MICROTUBULES IN MITOSIS

      Cell structure and function
    91. REZAI K; KULISZ A; WASSERMAN WJ
      PROTOONCOGENE PRODUCT, C-MOS KINASE, IS INVOLVED IN UP-REGULATING NA+H+ ANTIPORTER IN XENOPUS OOCYTES/

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    92. MANIVANNAN S; TERAKAWA S
      RAPID SPROUTING OF FILOPODIA IN NERVE-TERMINALS OF CHROMAFFIN CELLS, PC12 CELLS, AND DORSAL-ROOT NEURONS INDUCED BY ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    93. MALPEZZI ELA; DAVINO SC; COSTA LV; FREITAS JC; GIESBRECHT AM; ROQUE NF
      ANTIMITOTIC ACTION OF EXTRACTS OF PETIVERIA-ALLIACEA ON SEA-URCHIN EGG DEVELOPMENT

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    94. MOTOMURA T
      ELECTRON AND IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY ON THE FERTILIZATION OF FUCUS-DISTICHUS (FUCALES, PHAEOPHYCEAE)

      Protoplasma
    95. LEE HC; AARHUS R; GRAEFF R; GURNACK ME; WALSETH TF
      CYCLIC ADP RIBOSE ACTIVATION OF THE RYANODINE RECEPTOR IS MEDIATED BYCALMODULIN

      Nature
    96. ITO K; MASUDA M; FUJIWARA K; HAYASHI H; SATO H
      METAPHASE AND ANAPHASE IN THE ARTIFICIALLY INDUCED MONOPOLAR SPINDLE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    97. MABUCHI I
      CLEAVAGE FURROW - TIMING OF EMERGENCE OF CONTRACTILE RING ACTIN-FILAMENTS AND ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CONTRACTILE RING BY FILAMENT BUNDLING INSEA-URCHIN EGGS

      Journal of Cell Science
    98. HAYS TS; PORTER ME; MCGRAIL M; GRISSOM P; GOSCH P; FULLER MT; MCINTOSH JR
      A CYTOPLASMIC DYNEIN MOTOR IN DROSOPHILA - IDENTIFICATION AND LOCALIZATION DURING EMBRYOGENESIS

      Journal of Cell Science
    99. LEMEE R; PESANDO D; DURANDCLEMENT M; DUBREUIL A; MEINESZ A; GUERRIERO A; PIETRA F
      PRELIMINARY SURVEY OF TOXICITY OF THE GREEN-ALGA CAULERPA-TAXIFOLIA INTRODUCED INTO THE MEDITERRANEAN

      Journal of applied phycology
    100. ALLEMAND D; DERENZIS G; PAYAN P
      EFFECTS OF HGCL2 ON INTRACELLULAR PH IN SEA-URCHIN EGGS - ACTIVATION OF H+ EXCRETION AND NA+ H+ EXCHANGE ACTIVITY/

      Aquatic toxicology


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