Kristy L. Kenyon, Ph.D.

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2000 The George Washington University, Washington, DC, United States 
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Neuroscience Biology, Genetics, Anatomy Biology
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Sally A. Moody grad student 2000 The George Washington University
 (Transcriptional regulators of Xenopus development: Identifying novel factors and molecular mechanisms involved in the formation of the eye.)
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Neilson KM, Keer S, Bousquet N, et al. (2020) Mcrs1 interacts with Six1 to influence early craniofacial and otic development. Developmental Biology
Neilson KM, Abbruzzesse G, Kenyon K, et al. (2016) Pa2G4 is a novel Six1 co-factor that is required for neural crest and otic development. Developmental Biology
Kenyon KL, Onorato ME, Gottesman AJ, et al. (2016) Testing CREATE at Community Colleges: An Examination of Faculty Perspectives and Diverse Student Gains. Cbe Life Sciences Education. 15
Moody SA, Neilson KM, Kenyon KL, et al. (2015) Using Xenopus to discover new genes involved in branchiootorenal spectrum disorders. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Toxicology & Pharmacology : Cbp
Kenyon KL, Guo Y, Martin N. (2014) Building Dimorphic Forms: The Intersection of Sex Determination and Embryonic Patterning Principles of Developmental Genetics: Second Edition. 153-169
Feller KD, Lagerholm S, Clubwala R, et al. (2009) Characterization of photoreceptor cell types in the little brown bat Myotis lucifugus (Vespertilionidae). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part B, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. 154: 412-8
Kenyon KL, Yang-Zhou D, Cai CQ, et al. (2005) Partner specificity is essential for proper function of the SIX-type homeodomain proteins Sine oculis and Optix during fly eye development. Developmental Biology. 286: 158-68
Kenyon KL, Li DJ, Clouser C, et al. (2005) Fly SIX-type homeodomain proteins Sine oculis and Optix partner with different cofactors during eye development. Developmental Dynamics : An Official Publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 234: 497-504
Brugmann SA, Pandur PD, Kenyon KL, et al. (2004) Six1 promotes a placodal fate within the lateral neurogenic ectoderm by functioning as both a transcriptional activator and repressor. Development (Cambridge, England). 131: 5871-81
Kenyon KL, Ranade SS, Curtiss J, et al. (2003) Coordinating proliferation and tissue specification to promote regional identity in the Drosophila head. Developmental Cell. 5: 403-14
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