Dennis M Defoe

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1981-1986 Anatomy Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, United States 
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Defoe DM, Adams LB, Sun J, et al. (2007) Defects in retinal pigment epithelium cell proliferation and retinal attachment in mutant mice with p27(Kip1) gene ablation. Molecular Vision. 13: 273-86
Bora N, Defoe D, Smith SB. (1999) Evidence of decreased adhesion between the neural retina and retinal pigmented epithelium of the Mitfvit (vitiligo) mutant mouse. Cell and Tissue Research. 295: 65-75
Wiechmann AF, Campbell LD, Defoe DM. (1999) Melatonin receptor RNA expression in Xenopus retina. Brain Research. Molecular Brain Research. 63: 297-303
Chen W, Joos TO, Defoe DM. (1997) Evidence forβ1-integrins on both Apical and Basal Surfaces ofXenopusRetinal Pigment Epithelium Experimental Eye Research. 64: 73-84
Smith SB, Defoe DM. (1995) Autoradiographic and biochemical assessment of rod outer segment renewal in the vitiligo (C57BL/6-mivit/mivit) mouse model of retinal degeneration Experimental Eye Research. 60: 91-96
Defoe DM, Easterling KC. (1995) Light-evoked shedding in recombined eyecups from Xenopus laevis. Experimental Eye Research. 60: 107-109
Defoe DM, Ahmad A, Chen W, et al. (1994) Membrane Polarity of the Na+-K+ Pump in Primary Cultures of Xenopus Retinal Pigment Epithelium Experimental Eye Research. 59: 587-596
Defoe DM, Matsumoto B, Besharse JC. (1992) Reconstitution of the photoreceptor-pigment epithelium interface: l-glutamate stimulation of adhesive interactions and rod disc shedding after recombination of dissociated Xenopus laevis eyecups Experimental Eye Research. 54: 903-911
Chang CW, Roque RS, Defoe DM, et al. (1991) An improved method for isolation and culture of pigment epithelial cells from rat retina. Current Eye Research. 10: 1081-6
Defoe DM, Matsumoto B, Besharse JC. (1989) Cytochalasin D inhibits l-glutamate-induced disc shedding without altering l-glutamate-induced increase in adhesiveness Experimental Eye Research. 48: 641-652
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