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2013
Peterson KJ, Su Y-H, Arnone M I, Swalla B, King BL.  2013.  MicroRNAs support the monophyly of enteropneust hemichordates.. Journal of experimental zoology. Part B, Molecular and developmental evolution. 320(6):368-74.
2012
Ito S, Song Y H, Josephson-Day AR, Miller RJ, Breton G, Olmstead RG, Imaizumi T.  2012.  FLOWERING BHLH transcriptional activators control expression of the photoperiodic flowering regulator CONSTANS in Arabidopsis.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109(9):3582-7.
Hailey DW, Roberts B, Owens KN, Stewart AK, Linbo T, Pujol R, Alper SL, Rubel EW, Raible DW.  2012.  Loss of Slc4a1b chloride/bicarbonate exchanger function protects mechanosensory hair cells from aminoglycoside damage in the zebrafish mutant persephone.. PLoS genetics. 8(10):e1002971.
2009
Cannon JT, Rychel AL, Eccleston H, Halanych KM, Swalla BJ.  2009.  Molecular phylogeny of hemichordata, with updated status of deep-sea enteropneusts. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 52(1):17-24.
Di Stilio V*, Martin C, Schulfer AF, Connelly CF.  2009.  An ortholog of MIXTA-like2 controls epidermal cell shape in flowers of Thalictrum. New Phytologist. 183(3):718-28.
2008
Liu R, Woolner S, Johndrow JE, Metzger D, Flores A, Parkhurst SM.  2008.  Sisyphus, the Drosophila myosin XV homolog, traffics within filopodia transporting key sensory and adhesion cargos. Development. 135(1):53-63.
McClure KD, Sustar A, Schubiger G.  2008.  Three genes control the timing, the site and the size of blastema formation in Drosophila.. Developmental biology. 319(1):68-77.
McClure KD, Sustar A, Schubiger G.  2008.  Three genes control the timing, the site and the size of blastema formation in Drosophila. Dev Biol. 319(1):68-77%8Jul%!Threegenescontrolthetiming,thesiteandthesizeofblastemaformationinDrosophila.%@1095-564X.