Publications by Biology Department Faculty
An * indicates a student co-author
Beth Bailey, Associate Professor
Petre, R.E., E.I. Rossman, M. Bradley, J. Gaughan, K.B. Margulies, S.R. Houser, B.A. Bailey. “Sex-Based Differences in Contractility Reserve in Normal Feline Ventricular Muscle.” Biophysical Journal 84 (2003): 89a.
*Segalov, M. ‘05, *S. Patel ‘05, B. Bailey. “Are There Sex-based Differences in Whole-heart Response to Sym-pathetic Nervous System Agonists?” The Pharmacologist 46 (4): 131, 2004.
*Slakoper, J. ‘05 and B. Bailey. “Are There Sex-based Differences in Cardiac Muscle Cell Response to Adrenergic Stimulation?” The Pharmacologist 46 (4): 131, 2004.
*Share, L, *Daniels, W., Bailey, BA. Differences in Calcium Regulation between male and female murine hearts. FASEB J. 16(4):A35, 2002.
*Wilson, R., *Welsh, K., R. *Whelan, Bailey, B.A. Protection from Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury in the Isolated Mouse Heart. FASEB J. 15 (5): A769, 2001.
*Welsh, K., *Wilson, R., Bailey, B.A. Are there gender-based differences in murine cardiac function? FASEB J. 15 (5): A1139, 2001.
*Brychta, R.J., *R. Whelan, *R. Wilson, *K. Welsh, *R. Pape, B. A. Bailey. Chronic aerobic training of adult mice induces cardiac hypertrophy with maintenance of normal contractility but does not protect from ischemia/reperfusion injury. Circulation 102(18): II-76, 2000.
*Petre, R. E. ,*Thompson, D, and Bailey, B.A. “Development of a Technique for Isolation of Viable, Individual Myocytes from the Mouse Heart. Journal of PA. Academy of Science. 73:174, 2000..
*Valiant, C., *Wirth, E., *Whelan, R., *Adenaike, M., *Welsh, K., and Bailey, B.A. Ischemic Preconditioning in the Mouse Heart Improves Postischemic Function. Journal of PA Academy of Science.73:182, 2000.
*Whelan, R.S. and B.A. Bailey. Ischemic reconditioning enhances postischemic function in isolate mouse hearts. FASEB J. 13 (5): A762, 1999.
* Brychta, R.J., *R.S. Whelan, and B.A. Bailey. The response of the Murine heart to chronic, aerobic exercise. J. PA Acad. of Science. 72: 153, 1999.
Wagman, L.M., *N.R. McElhaney and B.A. Bailey. The effects of altered taurine levels in ichemia/reperfusion injury in the rat heart. J. PA Acad. of Science. 72: 185, 1999.
Bailey, BA, Y. Yang, C. Hefner, K. Marjulies, S. Houser. The abundance of L-type Ca channel 1c subunit isoforms is different in normal human and rat ventricular myocytes. J. Mol. Cell. Cardiol. 30:A128, 1998.
Toaldo, G-L., B.A. Bailey, C. Hefner, and S.R. Houser. -adrenergic stimulation causes coordinate inverse effects on SERCa2 and Na/Ca exchanger mRNA. CIRC II 92(8): I-503, 1995.
Dipla, K., C. Hefner, B.A. Bailey, and S.R. Houser. An antisense Na/Ca exchanger oligonucleotide slows the decay of the systolic calcium transient in neonatal rat ventricular myocytes. CIRC II 92(8): I-373, 1995.
Bailey, B.A., J.A. Mattiello, C.A. Hefner, and S.R. Houser. Expression of L-Type Ca2+ channel isoforms in neonatal rat ventricular myocytes with phenylephrine induced hypertrophy. Biophys. J. 68 (2 Pt. 2): A260, 1995.
Toaldo, G-L., C.A. Hefner, B.A. Bailey, and S.R. Houser. Reduced SERCA expression correlates with prolongation of the systolic Ca2+ transient in hypertrophied neonatal rat ventricular myocytes. Biophys. J. 68(2 Pt. 2): A311, 1995.
Bailey, B.A., C. Hefner, G-L. Toaldo, K. Dipla, and S.R. Houser. Calcium efflux via Na/Ca exchange is increased in hypertrophied rat ventricular myocytes. CIRC. II 92(8): I-235, 1995.
Bailey, B.A., J.P. Gaughan, and S.R. Houser. Different L-type calcium channel isoforms are present in neonatal and adult cardiac myocytes. CIRC II 92(8): I-372, 1995.
Yang, Y., X. Chen, K. Margulies, V. Jeevanandam, P. Pollack, B.A. Bailey, S.R. Houser. L-type Ca2+ channel1C subunit isoform switching in failing human ventricular myocardium. J. Mol Cell. Cardiol. 32(6): 973-984, 2000.
Bailey, B.A., K. Dipla, S. Li, and S.R. Houser. Cellular basis of contractile derangements of hypertrophied feline ventricular myocytes. J. Mol. Cell. Cardiol. 29: 1823-1835, 1997.
Rokosh, D.G., A.F.R. Stewart, K.C. Chang, B.A. Bailey, J.S. Karliner, S.A. Camacho, C.S. Long, and P.C. Simpson. Alpha 1-adrenergic receptor subtype mRNAs are differentially regulated by Alpha 1-adrenergic and other hypertrophic stimuli in cardiac myocytes in culture and in vivo-Repression of Alpha 1B and Alpha 1D but induction of Alpha 1C. J. Biol. Chem. 271(10): 5839-5843, 1996.
Stewart, A.F.R., D.G. Rokosh, B.A. Bailey, L.R. Karns, K.C. Chang, C.S. Long, K. Kariya, and P.C. Simpson. Cloning of the rat 1C-Adrenergic receptor from cardiac myocytes: 1C, 1B, and 1D mRNAs are present in cardiac myocytes, but not in cardiac fibroblasts. Circ. Res. 75: 796-802, 1994.
Rokosh, D.G., B.A. Bailey, A.F.R. Stewart, L.R. Karns, C.S. Long, P.C. Simpson. Distribution of 1C-Adrenergic receptor mRNA in adult rat tissues by RNase protection assay and comparison with 1B and 1D. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 200(3): 1177-1184, 1994.
Pollack, P.S., B.A. Bailey, R. Budjak, E. Fernandez, and S.R. Houser. Progressive feline pressure-overload: Noninvasive assessment correlates with abnormalities in single cells. Am. J. Physiol. 264: H1307-H1314, 1993.
Bailey, B.A. and S.R. Houser. Sarcoplasmic reticulum-related changes in cytosolic calcium in pressure-overload-induced feline LV hypertrophy. Am. J. Physiol. 265: H2009-H2016, 1993.
Bailey, B.A. and S.R. Houser. Calcium transients in feline left ventricular myocytes with hypertrophy induced by slow progressive pressure overload. J. Mol. Cell. Cardiol. 24: 365-373, 1992.
S.R. Houser, K. Dipla, V. Piacentino, III., B. Bailey. Ionic Homeostasis in Left Ventricular Hypertrophy In: Left Ventricular Hypertrophy. Editor: Prof. D. Sheridan. Churchill Communications Europe LTD. 1999.
Ellen Dawley, Professor
Dawley, E.M. Book review: The Biology of Plethodontid Salamanders, edited by R.C. Bruce, R.G. Jaeger, and L.D. Houck, Plenum Press. Copeia 2001:1162-1163, 2001.
Dawley, E.M., *Fingerlin, A., *Hwang, D., *John, S.S., *Stankiewicz, C.A., 2000. Seasonal cell proliferation in the chemosensory epithelium and brain of red backed salamanders, Plethodon cinereus. Brain, Behavior, and Evolution. 56:1-13.
Dawley, E.M., *Forlano, P.M., and *Klein, J., esubmitted. Sexual and seasonal dimorphism of mGnRH-containing neurons in red-backed salamanders. General and Comparative Endocrinology.
*John, S.A., *Hwang, D, *Tiggett, Tarika, *Luu, Hieu, and Dawley, E. Seasonally varying chemoreceptor neurogenesis in red-backed salamanders. Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences, Pocono Manor, PA, April 11. Penn J. Sci 72:182. 1999.
Dawley, E.M., *Miller, M., and *Schnader, J. 1999. Scaling chemosensory epithelia: How allometry is used to compare adaptations. In: Advances in Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, R.E. Johnston (ed.), pp. 77-84.
Dawley, E.M. 1998. Species, sex, and seasonal differences in VNO size. Microscopy Research and Technique 41:506-518.
Dawley, E.M. 1998. Preface In: Amphibian Biology, Volume 3: Sensory Perception, H. Heatwole, E. Dawley (eds.), Surrey-Beatty, Australia.
Dawley, E.M. 1998. Chemoreception: Olfaction. In: Amphibian Biology, Volume 3: Sensory Perception, H. Heatwole, E. Dawley (eds.), Surrey-Beatty, Australia, pp. 711-742.
Dawley, E.M. and *Crowder, J., 1995. Sexual and seasonal differences in the vomeronasal epithelium of the red-backed salamander, (Plethodon cinereus). Journal of Comparative Neurology 359:382-390.
Dawley, E.M. and Klemens, M. 1995. Amphibians and reptiles in and around Long Island Sound. In: Marine Animals of
Southern New England and New York edited by H.M Weiss. State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut, Dept of Environmental Protection Bulletin 115.
Dawley, E.M. 1992. Sexual dimorphism in a chemosensory system: The role of the vomeronasal system in salamander reproductive behavior. Copeia 1992:113-120.
Dawley, E.M. 1992. Correlation of salamander vomeronasal and main olfactory system anatomy with habitat and sex: Behavioral interpretations. In: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates VI edited by R. Doty and D. Müller-Schwartz. Plenum Press.
Dawley, E.M. and A.H. Bass. 1989. Chemical access to the vomeronasal organs of a salamander. J. Morph 200:163-174.
Dawley, E.M. and Dawley, R.M. 1989. A review of three current texts in comparative vertebrate anatomy. Copeia 1989:532-534.
Dawley, E.M. and A. H. Bass. 1988. Organization of the vomeronasal organ in a salamander. J. Morph. 198:243-255
Dawley, E.M. 1987. Species discrimination between hybridizing and non-hybridizing salamanders. Copeia 1987: 924-931.
Dawley, E.M. 1986. Behavioral isolating mechanisms in sympatric terrestrial salamanders. Herpetologica 42: 156-164.
Dawley, E.M. 1986. Evolution of chemical signals as a premating isolating mechanism in salamanders. In : Chemical Signals in Vertebrates IV: (D. Duvall, D. Muller-Schwartz, and R.M. Silverstein, eds.). Plenum, N.Y.
Dawley, E.M. and Dawley, R.M. 1986. Species discrimination by chemical cues in a unisexual-bisexual complex of salamanders. J. Herpetology 20:114-116.
Dawley, E.M. 1984a. Recognition of individual, sex and species odours by salamanders of the Plethodon glutinosus-P. jordani complex. Anim. Behav. 32:353-361.
Dawley, E.M. 1984b. Identification of sex through odors by male red-spotted newts, Notophthalmus viridescens. Herpetologica 40:101-105.
Robert Dawley, Professor
*DiLeo, M. ’04, *K. Shoenberger ’03, *N. Peacock ‘05, *R. Rajoria ‘05, R., Dawley R., and Fields, M. “An investigation of genome size in Mimulus guttatus and M. nasustus (Scrophulariaceae).” Annual meeting of the Penn. Acad. Sci, Grantville, April, 2003. (Abstract in J. Penn. Acad. Sci. 76:114). (poster).
McCune, Amy R., Rebecca C. Fuller, Allisan A. Aquilina, Robert M. Dawley, James M. Fadool, David Houle, Joseph Travis, Alexey Kondrashov. 2002. A low genomic number of recessive lethals in natural populations of bluefin killifish and zebrafish. Science 296:2398-2401. (PR), 2002.
Dawley, R.M., A. M. Yeakel*, K. Beaulieu*, and K. L. Phiel*. Histocompatibility analysis of clonal diversity in unisexual hybrids of the killifishes Fundulus heteroclitus and Fundulus diaphanus. Canadian J. Zool. 78:923-930. (PR) 2000.
Dawley, R.M., D. Chrzanowski*, K. L. Phiel (neé Cornell)*, K. Beaulieu*, and Goddard K. A. 1999. Allozyme analysis of clonal diversity among unisexual hybrids of the killifishes Fundulus diaphanus and F. heteroclitus. J. Hered. 90:607-612. (PR) 2000.
*Hansen, J. *Lasco, L, M. Fields and R. Dawley. Direct comparison of the genomes of rapid-cycling Brassicas with their wild-type progenitors. J.Penn.Acad.Sci. 72:139. 1999.
*Lasco, L., *Hansen, J., Dawley, R. and Fields, M.. Genome size in Mimulus (Scrophulariaceae): reduction following polylpoidy. J.Penn.Acad.Sci 72:139. 1999.
*Hopkins, R.O., *Nath, B.R., *Savidge, T.A., *Jahanbin, B., *Letting, D.L., Dawley, R.M., and Goddard, K.A. Fundulus diaphanus is the maternal parent of the clonal species F. diaphanus x heteroclitus. J.Penn.Acad.Sci 72:164. 1999.
Dawley, R. M., J. Rupprecht*, and R. J. Schultz, 1997. Genome size of bisexual and unisexual Poeciliopsis. J. Heredity 88:249-252. (PR)
Hughes. BioScience 41:51-52. (invited; no PR) 1991Dawley, R. M. Clonal hybrids of the common laboratory fish Fundulus heteroclitus. Proc. Nat'l Acad. of Sci. USA. 89:2485-2488. (PR) 1992.
Dawley, R. M. Review of the book Functional Biology of Clonal Animals, by R. N. Goddard, K. A. and R. M. Dawley. Transmission of a diploid clonal genome by diploid and diploid-triploid mosaic members of the Phoxinus eos-neogaeus complex. Evolution 44:1052-1065. (PR) 1990.
Dawley, R. M. and J. P. Bogart (eds.). Evolution and Ecology of Unisexual Vertebrates. Bulletin 466, New York State Museum, Albany. 301 pp. (23 scientific papers from a symposium I organized at the Amer. Soc. of Ichthy. and Herpet, Albany, NY, June, 1987.) 1989.
Dawley R. M. An introduction to unisexual vertebrates. In: Evolution and ecology of unisexual vertebrates (Dawley R. M. and Bogart JP, eds). Albany: New York State Museum; Bull. 466, 1-28. (PR) 1989.
Goddard K. A., Dawley R. M., and Dowling T. Origin and genetic relationships of diploid, triploid, and diploid-triploid mosaic biotypes in the Phoxinus eos-neogaeus unisexual complex. In: Evolution and ecology of unisexual vertebrates (Dawley R. M. and Bogart JP, eds). Albany: New York State Museum; Bull. 466, 268-280. (PR) 1989.
Dawley, E. M. and R. M. Dawley. A review of three current texts in comparative vertebrate anatomy. Copeia 1989:532-534. (invited; no PR) 1989.
Dawley, R. M. and K. A. Goddard. Diploid-triploid mosaics in unisexual hybrids of Phoxinus eos and Phoxinus neogaeus. Evolution 62:649-659. (PR)1988.
Dawley, R. M., R. J. Schultz, and K. A. Goddard. Clonal reproduction and polyploidy in hybrids of Phoxinus eos and P. neogaeus. Copeia 1987(2): 275-283. (PR) 1987.
Dawley, R. M. Hybridization and polyploidy in a community of three sunfish species. Copeia 1987: 326-335. (PR) 1986.
Dawley, E. M. and R. M. Dawley. Species discrimination by chemical cues in a unisexual-bisexual complex of salamanders. J. Herpetology 20:114-116. (PR) 1985.
Dawley, R. M., J. H. Graham, and R. J. Schultz. The triploid progeny of pumpkinseed x green sunfish hybrids. J. Heredity 76:251-257. (PR) 1985.
Dawley, R. M., J. M. Zawiskie, and J. W. Cosgriff. A rauisuchid thecodont from the Upper Triassic Popo Agie Formation of Wyoming. J. Paleont. 53:1428-31. (PR) 1979.
Kathryn Goddard, Associate Professor
“Making Time for Research by Ruthless Course Scheduling,” Council of Undergraduate Research website, http://www.cur.org/publications/Timevignettes.asp, 2004.
Goddard, K.A. and J. Bader. 9th National Conference, Focus on Undergraduate Research for All at Connecticut College. CUR Quarterly 22: 91-93, 2001.
Letting, D.L.*, D.A. Fecteau*, T.F. Haws*, S.L. Reed*. R.O. Hopkins*, and K.A. Goddard. Unexpected ratio of allozyme expression in diploid and triploid individuals of the clonal hybrid fish Phoxinus eos-neogaeus. Journal of Experimental Zoology 284:663-674 1999.
Dawley, R.M., D. Chrzanowski*, K. Cornell*, and K.A Goddard. Allozyme analysis of clonal diversity among unisexual hybrids of the killifishes Fundulus heteroclitus and F.diaphanus, Journal of Heredity 90:607-612 1999.
R.O. Hopkins*, B.R. Nath, T.A. Savidge*, B. Jahanbin*, D.L. Letting*, R.M. Dawley, and K.A. Goddard. Fundulus diaphanus is the maternal parent of the clonal species F. diaphanus x heteroclitus. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences, 72:164. 1999.
Johnson, S. G., R. Hopkins*, and K. A. Goddard. Constraints on elevated ploidy levels in hybrid and non-hybrid parthenogenetic snails, Journal of Heredity 0:659-622. 1999.
Goddard, K.A., O. Megwinoff*, L.L. Wessner*, and F. Giaimo*. Confirmation of Gynogenesis in Phoxinus eos-neogaeus (Pisces:Cyprinidae). Journal of Heredity 89:151-157. 1998.
Goddard, K.A. and R.J. Schultz. Aclonal reproduction by polyploid members of the clonal hybrid species Phoxinus eos-neogaeus (Cyprinidae). Copeia 1993: 650-660. 1993.
Goddard, K.A. and R.M. Dawley. Clonal Inheritance of a diploid nuclear genome by a hybrid freshwater minnow (Phoxinus eos-neogaeus Pisces:Cyprinidae). Evolution 44:1052-1065. 1990.
Goddard, K.A., A. Caccone, and J.R. Powell. Evolutionary implications of DNA divergence in the Drosophila obscura group. Evolution 44:1656-1670 1990.
Dawley, R.M. and K.A. Goddard. Diploid-triploid mosaics among unisexual hybrids of the minnows Phoxinus eos and Phoxinus neogaeus. Evolution 42: 649-65. 1988.
Dawley, R.M., Schultz, R.J., and K.A. Goddard. Clonal reproduction and polyploidy in unisexual hybrids of Phoxinus eos and Phoxinus neogaeus (Pisces:cyprinidae). Copeia 1987: 275-283. 1987.
Goddard, K.A. Schultz, R.J. and J.J. Stegeman. Uptake, toxicity and distribution of benzo(a)pyrene and monooxygenase induction in the topminnows Poeciliopsis monacha and Poeciliopsis lucida. Drug Metabolism and Disposition 15: 449-455. 1987.
Goddard, K. A. and W.F. McDiffett. Rotifer distribution, abundance and community structure in four habitats of a freshwater marsh. J. Freshwater Ecol. 2:199-211. 1982.
Book Chapter- peer reviewed
Goddard, K.A., R.M. Dawley, and T.E. Dowling. Origin and genetic relationships of diploid, triploid, and diploid-triploid mosaics in the Phoxinus eos-neogaeus unisexual complex, pp. 268-280, In: R.M. Dawley and J.P. Bogart (eds.) The Ecology and Evolution of Unisexual Vertebrates. New York State Museum of Natural History Press, NY. 1989.
Non-Peer Reviewed Publication
Goddard, K.A. and J. Bader. 9th National Conference will focus on Undergraduate Research for All at Connecticut College. CUR Quarterly 22: 91-93. 2001.
Goddard, K.A. Aquarium Spawning of the northern red belly dace and finescale dace with hybrids of these species. American Currents 1986: 5-9.
Rebecca Kohn, Associate Professor
*Guziewicz, M., *T. Vitullo, *B. Simmons, R. E. Kohn (2002). Analyzing Defects in the Caenorhabditis elegans Nervous System Using Organismal and Cell Biological Approaches. Cell Biology Education 1, 18-25
*Lytle, J. ’01, *Schwarting, L. ’02, *Simmons, B. ’02, Kohn, R. E., “Regulation of UNC-13 and Subcellular Localization of its Products.” J. Penn. Acad. Sci. Vol. 75:113, 2002.
*Guziewicz, M. ’02, Kohn, R. E., “Analysis of unc-13 Suppressors Affecting Nervous System Function in Caenorhabditis elegans.” J. Penn. Acad. Sci. Vol. 75:107, 2002.
*Guziewicz, M. ’02, *Vitullo, T. ’02, *Simmons, B. ’02, Kohn, R. E., “Analyzing Defects in the Caenorhabditis elegans Nervous System Using Organismal and Cell Biological Approaches.” Cell Biology Education 1, June, 2002.
Meeting. University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, June, 2001.
Kohn, R.E., J.S. Duerr, J. McManus, A.L. Duke, T.L. Rakow, H. Maruyama , G. Moulder, I. Maruyama, R.J. Barstead, and J.B. Rand (2000). Expression of Multiple UNC-13 Proteins in the C. elegans Nervous System. Molecular Biology of the Cell 11, 3441-3452.
1,2Eustance, R. J. and R. F. Schleif. 1996. The Linker Region of AraC Protein. Journal of Bacteriology 178:7125-7030.
1,2Eustance, R. J. and R. F. Schleif. 1996. In Vivo Association of Protein Fragments Giving Active AraC. PROTEINS: Structure, Function, and Genetics 25:501-505.
1,2Eustance, R. J., S. A. Bustos, and R. F. Schleif. 1994. Reaching Out, Locating and Lengthening the Interdomain Linker of AraC Protein. Journal of Molecular Biology 242:330-338.
Anthony Lobo, Associate Professor
*Carpenter, K. and Lobo, A.. (2000). “Isolation of non-hemolytic mutants of Moraxella bovis.” J. Penn. Acad. Sci. 73: 152.
*Hartwig, E., *Coblentz, N., *Luu, H. and Lobo, A. (2000). “Isolation and characterization of Halorubrum coriense mutants that are resistant to infection by halophage HF2.” J. Penn. Acad. Sci. 73: 159.
*McDonald, M., *Pilcicki, J. and Lobo, A. (2000). Molecular identification of a halophilic bacterium
isolated as a laboratory contaminant. J. Penn. Acad. Sci. 73: 169.
Sears, J.*, Shanbaky, I.*, and A. Lobo. 1998. Analysis of halophage HF2 binding to Halorubrum coriense. J. Penn Acad.Sci. 71:194.
Rebecca Lyczak, Associate Professor
“Conditional Dominant Mutations in the Caenorhabditis elegans Gene act-2 Identify Cytoplasmic and Muscle Roles for a Redundant Actin Isoform.” Included in Molecular Biology of the Cell. Vol. 17, 1051-1064, March 2006.
Ellis, G. C., J. B. Phillips, S. O’Rourke, R. Lyczak, and B. Bowerman. “Maternally expressed and partially redundant b-tubulins in Caenorhabditis elegans exhibit autoregulation.” J. Cell Science 117 (2004): 767-775.
Lyczak, R., S. Kirkegaard, and B Bowerman. “The scu-1 gene is required for anterior-posterior axis specification and meiotic exit in the early Caenorhabditis elegans embryo.” Developmental Biology (2003): 259, 500 (abstract).
*Beatty, A. ‘05, *Mazor, A. ‘05, *Brewer, A. ‘05, *Smith, K., *Murrow, M. ‘05, *Appleman, V. ‘04, and Lyczak, R. Analysis of meiotic exit and axis polarization in Caenorhabditis elegans. Molecular Biology of the Cell (supplement) 15, 481.
Phillips, J. B., Lyczak, R., Ellis, G., and Bowerman, B. Roles for two partially redundant a-tubulins in early Caenorhabditis elegans embryos. Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton 58, 112-126.
Lyczak, R., Gomes, J.-E., and Bowerman, B., "Heads or Tails: Cell polarity and axis formation in the early Caenorhabditis elegans embryo," Developmental Cell 3, 1-10, 2002.
Rebecca Roberts, Associate Professor
Roberts, R.A. “Project-based Laboratories that Integrate Bioinformatics Complement a Liberal Arts Education.” Transformations: Liberal Arts in the Digital Age Vol. 2 No. 1. (PR), 2004.
Roberts, R.A. “Incorporating the Project BEDROCK HIV Problem Space into an Undergraduate Structural Biology Curriculum.” Project BEDROCK (Bioinformatic Education Dissemination: Reaching Out, Connecting, and Knitting-together), an NSF-funded web-based publication (http://www.bioquest.org:16080/bedrock/).
Lennon-Dumenil, A-M.; Roberts, R.; Valentijn, K.; Driessen, C.; Overkleeft, H.S.; Erickson, A.; Peters, P.J; Bikoff, E.; Ploegh, H.L.; and Bryant, P.W., The p41 Isoform of Invariant Chain is a Chaperone for Cathepsin L. EMBO J. 20(15):4055-4064. (PR)
Roberts, R.A., Z. Wang, R. Plourde, D.E. Hansen, and R.J. Sugasawara. RJS8-1, Mouse Monoclonal to FK-520 (Ascomycin). Hybridoma 20(3):207-208. (PR).
Shi, G-P, R.A.R. Bryant, R. Riese, S. Verhelst, C. Driessen, D. Bromme, H.L. Ploegh, and H.A. Chapman. Role for Cathepsin F in Invariant Chain Processing and
MHC Class II Peptide Loading by Macrophages. J. Exp. Med. 191(7):1177-1186. (PR).
Felbor, U., L. Dreier, R.A.R. Bryant, H.L. Ploegh, B.R. Olsen, and W. Mothes. Endostatin Release from Collagen XVIII by Secreted Cathepsin L. EMBO J. 19(6):1187-1194. (PR) 1999.
Villadangos, J.A., R.A.R. Bryant, J. Deussing, C. Driessen, A-M. Lennon-Dumenil, R.J. Riese, W. Roth, P. Saftig, G-P. Shi, H.A. Chapman, C. Peters, and H. Ploegh. Proteases Involved in MHC Class II Antigen Presentation. Immunol. Rev. 172:100-120. (invited, no PR) 1999.
Driessen, C., R.A.R. Bryant, A-M. Lennon-Dumenil, J.A. Villadangos, P.W. Bryant, G-P. Shi, H.A. Chapman, and H. Ploegh. Cathepsin S Controls the Trafficking and Maturation of MHC Class II Molecules in Dendritic cells. J. Cell. Biol. 147:775-790. (PR).
Bryant, R.A.R. and D.E. Hansen. Direct Measurement of the Uncatalyzed Rate of Hydrolysis of a Peptide Bond. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 18:5489-5499. (PR).
Book Reviews And News Articles (note former name of Bryant)
Bryant, R.A.R. Birth of Glial Cells Revealed. FOCUS: News from Harvard Medical, Dental & Public Health Schools, June 23 issue. 2001.
Bryant, R.A.R. Bacteria Dispose of Electron Waste by Exterior Shuttle. FOCUS: News from Harvard Medical, Dental & Public Health Schools, May 5 issue. 2000.
Bryant, R.A.R. With or Without Backbone, Organisms Use GATA to Have Guts. FOCUS: News from Harvard Medical, Dental & Public Health Schools, May 5 issue. 2000.
Bryant, R.A.R. CASK: Scaffold Protein, Transcription Factor, or is it Both? FOCUS: News from Harvard Medical, Dental & Public Health Schools, March 24 issue. 2000.
Bryant, R.A.R. and C.A. Roberts Book Review of A Ph.D. is Not Enough! by Peter J. Feibelman. Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter, 24(4).
Peter Small, Professor
Kindt, A. C. and P. F. Small. 2002. The effect of temperature on population densities of the diatom Cocconeis placentula in two freshwater streams. Journal of Freshwater Ecology, Vol. 17 (3).
Small, P.F. and *C.E. Malone. 1998. Seasonal variation in the structure of diatom communities in two Pennsylvania streams. Journal of Freshwater Ecology, Vol. 13 (1).
Small, P.F. and *R.A. Constable, 1991. Diatom periodicity in a southeastern Pennsylvania stream.Journal of Freshwater Ecology.Vol. 6 (4).
Small, P.F., 1987. Review of Wetlands, by Mitsch and Grosselink. Bios 58:47-48.
Small, P.F., 1980. Trees of the northeast United States. A key copy-righted for sale.
Small, P. F. and F.H. Barclay, 1973. New county records of Tennessee orchids. Castanea 45:189-195.