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Bibliography of Cytoskeletal actin IIIa

Char, B. R., Bell, J. R., Dovala, J., Coffman, J. A., Harrington, M. G., Becerra, J. C., Davidson, E. H., Calzone, F. J. and Maxson, R. (1993). SpOct, a gene encoding the major octamer-binding protein in sea urchin embryos: expression profile, evolutionary relationships, and DNA binding of expressed protein. Dev. Biol. 158: 350-363

Coffman, J. A., Kirchhamer, C. V., Harrington, M. G. and Davidson, E. H. (1996). SpRunt-1, a new member of the runt domain family of transcription factors, is a positive regulator of the aboral ectoderm-specific CyIIIA gene in sea urchin embryos. Dev. Biol. 174 (1): 43-54

Coffman, J. A., Kirchhamer, C. V., Harrington, M. G. and Davidson, E. H. (1997). SpMyb functions as an intramodular repressor to regulate spatial expression of CyIIIa in sea urchin embryos. Development 124 (23): 4717-4727 Medline abstract

Cox, K. H., Angerer, L. M., Lee, J. J., Davidson, E. H. and Angerer, R. C. (1986). Cell lineage-specific programs of expression of multiple actin genes during sea urchin embryogenesis. J. Mol. Biol. 188: 159-172

Crain, W. R. Jr., Durica, D. S. and Van Doren, K. (1981). Actin gene expression in developing sea urchin embryos. Mol. Cell. Biol. 1 (8): 711-720

Davidson, E. H. (1989). Lineage-specific gene expression and the regulative capacities of the sea urchin embryo: A proposed mechanism. Development 105: 421-445

Garcia, R., Paz-Aliaga, B., Ernst, S. G. and Crain, W. R. Jr. (1984). Three sea urchin actin genes show different patterns of expression: muscle specific, embryo specific, and constitutive. Mol. Cell. Biol. 4 (5): 840-845

Hoog, C., Calzone, F. J., Cutting, A. E., Britten, R. J. and Davidson, E. H. (1991). Gene regulatory factors of the sea urchin embryo. II. Two dissimilar proteins, P3A1 and P3A2, bind to the same target sites that are required for early territorial gene expression. Development 112 (1): 351-364.

Kirchhamer, C. V. and Davidson, E. H. (1996). Spatial and temporal information processing in the sea urchin embryo: modular and intramodular organization of the CyIIIa gene cis- regulatory system. Development 122: 333-348

Lee, J. J., Calzone, F. J., Britten, R. J., Angerer, R. C. and Davidson, E. H. (1986). Activation of sea urchin actin genes during embryogenesis: Measurement of transcript accumulation from five different genes in Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. J. Mol. Biol. 188: 173-183

Lee, J. J., Calzone, F. J. and Davidson, E. H. (1992). Modulation of sea urchin actin mRNA prevalence during embryogenesis: Nuclear synthesis and decay rate measurements of transcripts from five different genes. Dev. Biol. 149: 415-431

Hardin, P. E., Angerer, L. M., Hardin, S. H., Angerer, R. C. and Klein, W. H. (1988). Spec 2 genes of Strongylocentrotus Purpuratus, Structure and differential expression in embryonic aboral ectoderm cells. J. Mol. Biol. 202: 417-431

Shott, R. J., Lee, J. J., Britten, R. J. and Davidson, E. H. (1984). Differential expression of the actin gene family of Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Dev. Biol. 101: 295-306

Wang, D. G.-W., Kirchhamer, C. V., Britten, R. J. and Davidson, E. H. (1995). SpZ12-1, a negative regulator required for spatial control of the territory-specific CyIIIa gene in the sea urchin embryo. Development 121: 1111-1122

Zeller, R. W., Griffith, J. D., Moore, J. G., Kirchhamer, C. V., Britten, R. J. and Davidson, E. H. (1995). A multimerizing transcription factor of sea urchin embryos capable of looping DNA. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 92: 2989-2993

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