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1. 2009 Multidrug Efflux Transporters Limit Accumulation of Inorganic, but Not Organic, Mercury in Sea Urchin Embryos Environ Science & Tech. 43: 8374-8380
2. 2008 Cost, effectiveness, and environmental relevance of multi-drug transporters Marine Environ. Res. 66: 81-81
3. 2008 Teasing apart activities of different types of ABC efflux pumps in bivalve gills using the concepts of independent action and concentration addition Marine Environ. Res. 66 : 75-76
4. 2008 Efflux Transporters: Newly Appreciated Roles In Protection Against Pollutants Environmental Science Technology.,42:3914-3920
5. 2008 ABCB and ABCC type transporters confer mutixenobiotic resistance and form an environment-tissue barrier in bivalve gills Amer. J. Physiol. Regul Integ, Comp.Physiol. 294:R1919-1929.
6. 2007 Embryo stability and vulnerability in an always changing world. Proc Nat. Acad. Sci, US. 104: 745-750.
7. 2007 Apoptosis in early development of the sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus Devel. Biol. 303: 336-346
8. 2006 The Cellular Defensome: Environmental sensing and response genes in the Strongylocentrotus purpuratus genome Developmental Biology, 300:366-384
9. 2006 The Genome of the Sea Urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus Science, 314:941-952,
10. 2006 New Perspectives on Perfluorochemical Ecotoxicology: Inhibition and Induction of an Efflux Transporter in the Marine Mussel, Mytilus californianus Environmental Science Technology, 40:781-787.
11. 2006 The Sea Urchin Embryo as a Model for Studying Efflux Transporters: Roles and Energy Cos Marine Environmental Research, . 62, Suppl 1, S1-S4.
12. 2005 Using Cell and Developmental Biology to Enhance Aquaculture Aquaculture International, 13:19-28
13. 2005 Synthetic musk compounds and effects on human health? Reply, Environ. Health Perspectives, 113: A803-804
14. 2005 Nitromusk and Polycyclic Musk Compounds as Long- Term Inhibitors of Cellular Xenobiotic Defense Systems Mediated by Multidrug Transporters. Environ. Health Perspectives 113:17-24
15. 2004 Phosphoinositide metabolism at fertilization of sea urchin eggs measured with a GFPprobe Devel. Growth and Diff. 46: 413-423
16. 2004 Activation of Multidrug Efflux Transporter Activity at Fertilization in Sea Urchin Embryos (Strongylocentrotus purpuratus) Devel. Biol, 276:413-423
17. 2004 Emerging contaminants - PPCPs, pesticides and microbial degradation products as the inhibitors of the multixenobiotic defense in aquatic organisms Mutation Research, 18:101-17..
18. 2004 Stress-Induced Apoptosis in Sea Urchin Embryogenesis Mar. Environ. Res., 58:799-802
19. 2004 Fatal attraction: synthetic musk fragrances compromise multixenobiotic defense systems in mussels Marine Environmental Research, 58:215-219.
20. 2004 “Some Precautions in Using Chelators as Metal Buffers”. Cell Calcium, 35:427-31
21. 2004 Sea Urchin Gametes in the Teaching Laboratory: Good Experiments and Good Experiences In Development of Invertebrate Deuterostomes: Experimental Approaches (Methods in Cell Biology, Volume 74), editors C. Ettensohn, Gary Wessel and G. Wray.pp. pp797-823 Academic Press, San Diego
22. 2003 Protection of DNA during early development: adaptations and evolutionary consequences Evolution and Development 5: 83-88
23. 2003 Nitric oxide in oocyte maturation, fertilization, cleavage and implantation: “A little dab’ll do ya”. Current Pharmaceutical Design 9:399-409
24. 2002 Algal products as naturally occurring modulators for pglycoprotein in Mytilus californianus Marine Biology,. 140: 343-353
25. 2001 Multidrug/multixenobiotic transporters and their significance with respect to environmental levels of pharmaceuticals and personal care products. In “Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in the Environment:Scientific and Regulatory Issues” (C. Daughton and R. Ternes, editors), American Chemical Society, Washington DC. pp. 244-263.Washington DC
26. 2000 The multixenobiotic resistance phenotype as a tool to biomonitor the environment Biomarkers, 4: 442-454
27. 2000 Multidrug resistance in the embryos and larvae of the mussel Mytilus edulis Marine Envir. Res..50:.319-323.
28. 2000 Induction of the multixenobiotic defense mechanism (MXR), p-glycoprotein, in the mussel Mytilus californianus as a general cellular response to environmental stresses. Aquatic Toxicology, 49: 89-100
29. 2000 Nitric oxide is both necessary and sufficient for activation of the egg at fertilization. Nature 406: 633-636
30. 2000 Special Lecture for Citizens: How the sperm triggers development of the egg: what have we learned and what can we expect in the next millennium? Zygote 8 (Suppl 1). S7-S9
31. 2000 Multixenobiotic resistance, p-glycoprotein, and chemosensitizers. Ecotoxicology 9: 307-327
32. 1999 The role of changes in NADPH and pH during fertilization and artifical activation of the sea urchin egg. Devel. Biol.,.216:394-405.
33. 1999 Development in the floating world: defenses of eggs and embryos against damage from UV radiation American Zoologist 39: 271-278.
34. 1998 The kinetics of the cortical reaction and respiratory burst following fertilization of Sterechinus neumayeri eggs Antarctic Journal- Review 1996: 119-120
35. 1998 Detection of phospholipase Cδ in sea urchin eggs Dev Growth and Differ. 40: 669-676.
36. 1998 Pioneers in Cell Biology: Daniel Mazia Trends in Cell Biology, 8: 416-419
37. 1998 Redox changes during activation of marine invertebrate eggs Devel. Biol., 203: 1-11.
38. 1998 Bacterial symbionts colonize the accessory nidamental gland of Loligo opalescens via horizontal transmission. Biological Bulletin 194: 36-43.
39. 1998 The multixenobiotic defense mechanism in mussels is induced by substrates and non-substrates: Implications for a general stress response Mar. Environmental Research,. 46: 401-405
40. 1998 Caged substrates for measuring enzymatic activity in vivo: Photoactivated caged glucose-6-phosphate Methods in Enzymology, 291: 278-288.
41. 1998 Effects of wheat germ agglutinin on tunicate egg activation and fertilization: is there a plasma membrane sperm receptor system on Ascidia ceratodes eggs?” Devel. Growth and Diff., 40: 297-306
42. 1998 Use of multidrug transporters as first lines of defense against toxins in aquatic organisms. Comp. Biochem. Physiol A 120: 23-28.
43. 1997 Saving the children: the cell and molecular biology of embryo defenses. Jap. J. Reprod. Develop. 43: 45-47.
44. 1997 Commentary on “Pumping out: the first line cellular defence to water pollutants in aquatic organisms” Toxicol. Ecotoxicol. News/Reviews, 4: 109
45. 1997 Activation of sperm and egg during fertilization Handbook of Physiology, Section 14: Cell Physiology, (editors, J.F. Hoffman and J.J. Jamieson), pp. 859-884. Oxford Press, New York..
46. 1997 In memoriam: Daniel Mazia (1913-1996). Experimental Cell Research 1997 231:1-2.
47. 1997 In memory of Daniel Mazia Cell Motil. Cyto. 34:249- 257.
48. 1996 Interaction of environmental xenobiotics with a multixenobiotic defense mechanism in the bay mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis from the coast of California Environmental Toxicology And Chemistry. 15:325-331.
49. 1996 Regulation of the pentose phosphate pathway at fertilization in sea urchin eggs Invert Reprod. and Devel. 30:123- 134.
50. 1996 An early increase in cGMP follows fertilization of sea urchin eggs. Biochem. Biophys. Res Comm.223:633-636.
51. 1996 Marine bacteria produce compounds that modulate multixenobiotic transport activity in Urechis caupo embryos Mar. Env. Res., 42:393-397.
52. 1996 Characterisation and role of integrins during gametic interaction and egg activation Zygote 4: 31-40.
53. 1995 Protection against environmental toxins: characteristics and assay of a toxin efflux activity-the multixenobiotic resistance transporter- in the gills of the mussel M.californianus Aquatic toxicology, 31: 277-296
54. 1995 Beakers vs. breakers: How fertilization in the laboratory differs from fertilization in nature. Zygote 3: 95-99
55. 1995 Protein synthesis increases after fertilization of sea urchin eggs in the absence of an increase in intracellular pH Developmental Biology, 169: 683-698
56. 1995 The in vivo rate of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity in sea urchin eggs determined with a caged photolabile substrate Developmental Biology, 169: 733-744
57. 1995 A multixenobiotic tranporter in Urechis caupo embryos: protection from pesticides? Marine Environmental Research, 39:299-302
58. 1992 The use of caged substrates to assess the activity of 6- phosphogluconate dehydrogenase in living sea urchin eggs Exp. Cell Res. 201: 366-372
59. 1992 A brief history of the Hopkins Marine Station Sandstone and Tile 16: 3- 12.
60. 1992 The initiation of development at fertilization Ontogenez, 23: 213-227. (translation into Russian of an article published previously in Cell Differentiation and Development)
61. 1992 What can permeabilized sea urchin gametes tell us about fertilization? "Comparative Spermatology; 20 Years After", pp. 155-161 (B. Baccetti, editor) Raven Press, New York.
62. 1992 Electroporation as a tool to study enzyme activity in situ In Guide to Electroporation and Electrofusion (D.C. Chang, B.M. Chassey, J.A. Saunders and A.E. Sowers, eds.), Academic Press, San Diego, 347-362
63. 1991 Polyphosphoinositides, tyrosine kinase and sea urchin egg activation "Biology of Echinodermata" (T. Yanagisawa, I. Yasumasu, C. Oguro, N. Suzuki, and T. Motokawa, eds), A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 41-51.
64. 1991 A rapid change in phosphorylation on tyrosine accompanies fertilization of sea urchin eggs FEBS Letters 295: 167-170.
65. 1991 Egg capsule sheath of Loligo opalescens Berry: Structure and association with bacteria. J. Exp. Zool. 259: 263-267
66. 1991 Protein phosphorylation in sea urchin eggs studied with 32 phosphate introduced by electroporation Devel. Biol., 148 156- 154
67. 1991 How successful is the fertilization process of the sea urchin egg? "Biology of Echinodermata": (T. Yanagisawa, I. Yasumasu, C. Oguro, N. Suzuki and T. Motokawa, eds.) A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 51-54.
68. 1990 A role for structural changes in cell activation at fertilization: Differential inhibition of enzymatic activities "Structural and Organizational Aspects of Metabolic Regulation" (P. Srere, M.E. Jones, and C.K. Mathews, editors), UCLA Symposium on Molecular and Cellular Biology, pp. 17-27. Alan R. Liss, New York.
69. 1990 Enzyme activities in bondage? Bioessays 12, 98-99 (Letter).
70. 1990 Analysis of metabolic activation at fertilization using permeabilized sea urchin embryos "Advances in Invertebrate Reproduction 5", (M. Hoshi and O. Yamashita, ed.) pp. 125-131, Elsevier, Amsterdam.
71. 1990 The initiation of development at fertilization Cell Diff. & Devel., 29: 1- 13
72. 1989 Arousal of activity in sea urchin eggs at fertilization "Cell Biology of Fertilization" (G. Schatten & H. Schatten, editors), pp. 361-386, Academic Press, Orlando.
73. 1989 Stable, resealable pores formed in sea urchin eggs by electric discharge (electroporation) permit substrate loading for assay of enzymes in vivo Cell Regulation, 1: 65-74.
74. 1989 An ode to Edward Chambers: Linkage of transport, calcium and pH to sea urchin egg arousal at fertilization "Mechanisms of Egg Activation" (R. Nuccitelli, G.N. Cherr & W.H. Clark, editors) pp. 271-285 Plenum Press, New York.
75. 1989 The localization of PI and PIP kinase in the sea urchin egg and their modulation following fertilization. Devel. Biol. 131, 236-243.
76. 1988 Na+-H+ exchange and fertilization "Na+-H+ Exchange" (S. Grinstein, editor), pp 209-226, CRC Press, Boca Raton
77. 1988 A summary of the symposium on "Gamete Dialogue in Fertilization: From Sea Urchin to Human" - in memory of Alberto Monroy Biol. Bull. 174, 186-190
78. 1988 Enzyme stimulation upon fertilization is revealed in electrically permeabilized sea urchin eggs. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 85, 812-816
79. 1987 Intracellular pH and cell proliferation "Control of Animal Cell Proliferation" (Eds., A. Boynton & H.L. Leffert), pp. 364-394 Academic Press, Orlando.
80. 1987 Regulation of egg metabolism at fertilization "Molecular Biology of Invertebrate Development" (J.D. O'Connor, editor) pp. 71-86. A.R. Liss, New York.
81. 1987 Kinetics of actin polymerization following fertilization of sea urchin eggs Exp Cell Res. 172, 32-43.
82. 1987 Changes in the catalytic properties of DNA ligases during early sea urchin development. Devel. Biol. 124, 281-286
83. 1987 Ultrastructural localization of intracellular calcium stores by a new cytochemical method J. Histo. Cytochem. 35, 939- 956.
84. 1987 Effects of hydrostatic pressure on actin assembly and initiation of amino acid transport upon fertilization of sea urchin eggs "Current Perspectives in High Pressure Biology" (H.W. Jannasch, R.E. Marquis & A.M. Zimmerman, eds.) pp. 95-110. Academic Press, London
85. 1986 Regulation of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity in sea urchin eggs by reversible association with cell structural elements J. Cell Biol. 103, 1509-1515
86. 1986 The relation between intracellular pH and rate of protein synthesis in sea urchin eggs and the existence of a pH-independent event triggered by ammonia. Exp. Cell Res. 162, 191-204
87. 1985 The Limulus sperm motility initiating peptide initiates acrosome reactions in sea water lacking potassium. J. Exp. Zool. 236, 211-217
88. 1985 Characterization of a Ca+2-stimulated lipid peroxidizing system in the sea urchin egg. Devel. Biol. 47-55.
89. 1985 Fertilization stimulates lipid peroxidation in the sea urchin egg. Devel. Biol. 56-65.
90. 1985 The hierarchy of requirements for an elevated intracellular pH during early development of sea urchin embryos. Cell 40, 657-666.
91. 1985 Involvement of zinc in regulating pHi, motility and acrosome reactions in sea urchin sperm. J. Cell Biol., 100, 1817-1824.
92. 1985 Cortical granules of sea urchin eggs do not undergo exocytosis at the site of sperm-egg fusion. Devel. Growth & Diff., 27, 361-368
93. 1985 Sperm motility in the horseshoe crab V. Zinc removal mediates chelator initiation of motility. J. Exp. Zool. 236, 83-91.
94. 1985 Exocytosis of sea urchin egg cortical vesicles in vitro is retarded by hyperosmotic sucrose: kinetics of fusion monitored by quantitative light-scattering microscopy. J. Cell Biol. 101, 2398- 2410
95. 1984 An overview of fertilization in a comparative and evolutionary context "Advances in Invertebrate Reproduction 3" (W. Engels, ed.), pp. 53-65, Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam.
96. 1983 Heavy metal chelators prolong motility and viability of sea urchin sperm by inhibiting spontaneous acrosome reactions. J. Exp. Zool. 226, 431-440.
97. 1983 A volatile inhibitor immobilizes sea urchin sperm in semen by depressing the intracellular pH Devel. Biol. 98, 493-501
98. 1983 Changes in intracellular acidic compartments in sea urchin eggs after activation. Devel. Biol. 98, 446-454.
99. 1983 Cortical vesicle exocytosis in isolated cortices of sea urchin eggs: Description of a turbidometric assay and its utilization in studying effects of different media on discharge. Devel. Biol. 98, 327-337
100. 1983 High hydrostatic pressure and the dissection of fertilization responses I. The relationship between cortical granule exocytosis and proton efflux during fertilization of the sea urchin egg Exp. Cell Research 146, 235-248
101. 1983 The relationship between cortical granule fusion and transport change at fertilization of sea urchin eggs "Cell Fusion:Gene Transfer and Transfomation", 14th Miles International Symposium (R.F. Beers & E.G. Bassett, eds.), pp. 39- 48, Raven Press.
102. 1983 Changes in internal pH associated with initiation of motility and acrosome reaction of sea urchin sperm. Devel. Biol. 95, 31-45
103. 1983 Multixenobiotic resistance in Urechis caupo embryos: protection from environmental toxins. Biological Bulletin 185: 355- 364.
104. 1983 Myosin heavy chain dephosphorylation during cytokinesis in dividing sea urchin embryos Cell Motility and Cytoskeleton 25:369-380.
105. 1982 Sperm motility in the Horseshoe Crab. III. Isolation and characterization of a sperm motility initiating peptide Gamete Research 6, 315-326
106. 1982 Intracellular calcium and fertilization: Role of the cation and regulation of intracellular calcium levels "Membranes in Growth and Development", (J.F. Hoffman, G.H. Giebisch & L. Bolis, eds.), pp. 171-183, Alan Liss Inc., New York.
107. 1982 The cascade of events initiated by rises in cytosolic Ca+2 and pH following fertilization in sea urchin eggs "Cell Proliferation and Cancer" (A. Boynton, W. McKehan & J.F. Whitfield, eds.) pp. 327-339, Academic Press, New York
108. 1982 Stimulation of protein phosphorylation during fertilization-induced maturation of Urechis caupo oocytes Devel. Biol. 94, 62- 70
109. 1982 Is there a role for the Ca2+ influx during fertilization of the sea urchin egg? Devel. Biol. 90, 284-290
110. 1982 Starfish oocyte maturation and fertilization: Intracellular pH is not involved in activation Devel. Biol. 92, 461-469.
111. 1982 Relevance of studies on fertilization of eggs to the comprehension of cellular hypertrophy "Perspectives in Differentiation and Hypertrophy", (W.A. Anderson & W. Sadler, eds.), pp. 3-12, Elsevier/North-Holland Publishers, New York
112. 1982 The physiology and chemistry of calcium during the fertilization of eggs "Calcium and Cell Function", Vol. 2 (W.Y. Cheung, ed.), pp. 356-385. Academic Press, New York.
113. 1982 The use of fluorescent amines for the measurement of pHi: Applications in liposomes, gastric microsomes, and sea urchin gametes "Intracellular pH: Its Measurement, Regulation and Utilization in Cellular Functions" (Richard Nuccitelli & David W. Deamer, eds.) pp. 135-160. Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York.
114. 1982 Sperm motility in the Horseshoe Crab. IV. Extracellular ions and intracellular pH are not mediators of motility initiation Gamete Research 6, 327-342.
115. 1981 Ca+2-stimulated production of H2O2 from napthoquinone oxidation in Arbacia eggs. Exp. Cell Res. 114, 65-72.
116. 1981 Intracellular pH of sea urchin eggs measured by the DMO method. J. Cell Biol. 89, 284-291
117. 1981 Calmodulin activates NAD kinase of sea urchin eggs: an early event of fertilization Cell 23, 543-549.
118. 1981 The appearance of an extracellular aryl sulfatase during morphogenesis of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus Devel. Biol. 88, 269-278.
119. 1980 Ionic triggers in the fertilization of sea urchin eggs Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 339, 74-85.
120. 1980 Experimental analysis of the role of intracellular calcium in the activation of the sea urchin egg at fertilization "The Cell Surface: Mediator of Developmental Processes." 38th Symposium of the Society for Developmental Biology (S. Subtelny & N.K. Wessells, eds.) pp. 169-186, Academic Press, New York
121. 1980 Fertilisation Endeavour, New Series 4, 26-3l
122. 1979 Calcium-mediated mitochondrial movement in ascidian sperm during fertilization. Devel. Biol. 69, 296-304
123. 1978 Regulation of cell activity at fertilization by intracellular Ca+2 and intracellular pH "Molecular Basis of Cell-Cell Interactions" (R. Lerner, ed.), pp. 377- 388, A. Liss, New York
124. 1978 Regulation of cell activity at fertilization by intracellular Ca+2 and intracellular pH. Birth Defects, 14: 377-88
125. 1978 Intracellular pH and activation of the sea urchin egg at fertilization "Cell Reproduction: In Honor of Daniel Mazia" (E.R. Dirksen, D.M. Prescott & C.F. Fox, eds.), pp. 367-378. Academic Press, New York
126. 1978 The role of Ca+2 in triggering development at fertilization. Biol. Cell. 32, 135-140
127. 1978 Membrane fusion events during invertebrate fertilization "Cell Surface Reviews" (G. Nicolson & G. Poste, eds.), Vol. 5, pp. 1-63. North-Holland Publishers, Amsterdam
128. 1978 The triggering of development at fertilization "The Mechanisms of Cell Change" (J.D. Ebert and T.S. Okada, eds.), pp. 17-31, J. Wiley & Sons, New York
129. 1978 Mechanisms of activation of sperm and egg during fertilization of sea urchin gametes "Current Topics in Developmental Biology" (A. Monroy and A. Moscona, eds.), Academic Press, New York, Vol. l2, pp. 186- 246
130. 1977 The role of calcium ions in the acrosome reaction of sea urchin sperm: regulation of exocytosis Exp. Cell Res. 106, 211-222
131. 1977 A novel procedure for obtaining denuded sea urchin eggs and observations on the role of the vitelline layer in sperm reception and egg activation. Exp. Cell Res. 108, 365-374
132. 1977 The Program of Fertilization Scientific American 237(5), 128-139
133. 1977 The egg surface in relation to metabolic activation and fertilization "Immunobiology of Gametes" (M. Edidin and M.H. Johnson, eds.), pp. 235-254, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
134. 1977 Flagellar motility is not involved in the incorporation of the sperm into the egg at fertilization Devel. Growth, and Differentiation 19, 15-21.
135. 1976 Fertilization acid of sea urchin eggs is not a consequence of cortical granule exocytosis. J. Exp. Zool. 197, 121-127.
136. 1976 The glutathione thiol-disulfide status in the sea urchin egg during fertilization and the first division cycle Biochim. Biophys. Acta 437, 445-453
137. 1976 Scanning electron microscope studies of sea urchin fertilization. I. Eggs with vitelline layers. J. Exp. Zool. 197, 31-58
138. 1976 Na+-H+ exchange is required for activation of sea urchin eggs after fertilization. Nature 262, 661-664
139. 1976 Reorganization of the sea urchin egg surface at fertilization and the activation of development "Biogenesis and Turnover of Membrane Molecules" (John S. Cook, ed.), pp. 105-120, Raven Press, New York
140. 1976 Sperm-egg interactions of marine organisms: clues for fertility regulation. Oceanus 19(2), 34-39.
141. 1975 The program and mechanisms of fertilization in the echinoderm egg Amer. Zool. 15, 507-522
142. 1975 A relationship between release of surface proteins and the metabolic activation of sea urchin eggs at fertilization Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., USA, 72 4474-4478.
143. 1975 Formation of fertilization acid by sea urchin eggs does not require specific cations. Exp. Cell Res. 94, 1-6
144. 1975 Molecular mechanisms for prevention of polyspermy. Research in Reproduction 7, 2-3.
145. 1975 Polyspermy block of Spisula eggs is prevented by cylochalasin B. Science 189, 139-142
146. 1975 Report on "Workshop on the Egg Surface and Metabolic Activation at Fertilization." Devel. Biol. 43, F17-F22
147. 1975 Isolation and biological activity of the proteases released by sea urchin eggs following fertilization Devel. Biol. 44, 22-32.
148. 1975 Elevation and hardening of the fertilization membrane in sea urchin eggs. Role of the soluble fertilization product Exp. Cell Res. 90, 429-432.
149. 1974 Further studies on the glucose inhibition of -1, 3-glucanohydrolase increase during gut differentiation of sand dollar larvae Devel. Biol. 36, 1-7.
150. 1974 Is calcium ionophore a universal activator for unfertilized eggs? Nature 252, 41-43.
151. 1974 An analysis of the partial metabolic derepression of sea urchin eggs by ammonia. The existence of independent pathways Devel. Biol. 40, 245-255.
152. 1974 Protein synthesis during hormonally induced meiotic maturation and fertilization in starfish oocytes Devel. Biol. 40, 298-310
153. 1974 Activation of sea urchin eggs by a calcium ionophore. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 71, 1915-1919.
154. 1974 Sea urchin egg fertilization studied with a fluorescent probe (ANS). Exp. Cell Res. 86, 248-252.
155. 1973 Sea urchin sperm-egg interactions studied with the scanning electron microscope. Science 179, 685-688
156. 1973 Protease released from sea urchin eggs at fertilization alters the vitelline layer and aids in preventing polyspermy Exp. Cell Res. 80, 111-119
157. 1973 Germ cells and early embryonic development "Cell Biology in Medicine" (E.E. Bittar, ed.), pp. 413-440, John Wiley, New York.
158. 1973 Studies on oogenesis in Urechis caupo II. Accumulation during oogenesis of carbohydrate, RNA, microtubule protein and soluble, mitochondrial and lysosomal enzymes. Devel. Biol. 32, 331- 344
159. 1973 Effects of chlorination of wastewater on the external fertilization of marine invertebrates. Marine Biology 19, 93-95.
160. 1972 Protease activity establishes the block against polyspermy in sea urchin egg. Nature 240, 352-354
161. 1972 Activation of an Na+-dependent amino acid transport system upon fertilization of sea urchin eggs. Exp. Cell Res. 72, 74-89
162. 1972 ea urchin eggs release protease activity at fertilization. Nature 237, 34-36
163. 1971 Fertilization-associated light scattering changes in eggs of the sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus Exp. Cell Res. 65, 281-288
164. 1971 The appearance of (-amylase activity during gut differentiation of sand dollar plutei. Devel. Biol. 26, 393-399.
165. 1971 Control of enzyme synthesis in early sea urchin development: Aryl sulfatase activity in normal and hybrid embryos Devel. Biol. 25, 655-671.
166. 1970 Methods for removal of the vitelline membrane of sea urchin eggs. II.Controlled exposure to trypsin to eliminate clumping of embryos Exp. Cell Res. 61, 69-70.
167. 1970 Persistent chemicals in the marine ecosystem Amer. Biol. Teacher 32, 207-212.
168. 1970 Methods for removal of the vitelline membrane of sea urchin eggs, I. Use of dithiothreitol (Cleland's Reagent) Exp. Cell Res. 61, 64-68.
169. 1969 β-1, 3- glucanase of sea urchin eggs: release from particles at fertilization. Science 163, 294-296.
170. 1969 Purification and properties of an Exo β(1,3) glucanase from sea urchin eggs. Biochem. Biophys. Acta 178, 551- 560.
171. 1969 The program of structural and metabolic changes following fertilization of sea urchin eggs in "The Cell Cycle: Gene-Enzyme Relationships (G. Padilla, G.L. Whitson, and I. Cameron, eds.), pp. 279-298, Academic Press, New York.
172. 1968 The Biology of Acmaea. The Veliger 11, Supplement, pp. 1-112.
173. 1968 Undergraduate Research and the Biology of Acmaea. The Veliger 11, Supplement, pp. 1-5.
174. 1968 The cytochrome system of sea urchin sperm Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 126, 83-90.
175. 1967 Protein synthesis in sea urchin eggs: a 'late' response to fertilization Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 57, 899-906
176. 1967 Early biochemical events after fertilization of sea urchin eggs in "The Molecular Aspects of Development" (R. Dearing and M. Trask, eds.), NASA publication CR-673, Clearinghouse for Federal and Scientific Information, Springfield, Va., pp. 17- 35.
177. 1965 Some aspects of metabolic control in the fertilization transition of sea urchin eggs in "Control of Energy Metabolism" (B. Chance, R.W. Estabrook and J.R. Williamson, eds.), pp. 267-273, Academic Press, New York
178. 1964 Simultaneous measurement of TPNH formation and respiration following fertilization of the sea urchin egg Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 17, 69-73.
179. 1964 A primary metabolic change of fertilization: interconversion of pyridine nucleotides Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 17, 62-68
180. 1963 The effects of carbon monoxide inhibition on ATP level and the rates of mitosis in the sea urchin egg. J. Cell Biol. 17, 315-319

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