Douglas S. Fudge, Ph.D.

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
"Douglas Fudge"


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John Gosline grad student 2003 UBC
 (The biomechanics of intermediate filament-based materials: Insights from hagfish slime threads.)
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Weatherbee-Martin N, Xu L, Hupe A, et al. (2016) Identification of Wet-Spinning and Post-Spin Stretching Methods Amenable to Recombinant Spider Aciniform Silk. Biomacromolecules
Icardo JM, Colvee E, Schorno S, et al. (2015) Morphological analysis of the hagfish heart. I. The ventricle, the arterial connection and the ventral aorta. Journal of Morphology
Won GJ, Fudge DS, Choh V. (2015) The effects of actomyosin disruptors on the mechanical integrity of the avian crystalline lens. Molecular Vision. 21: 98-109
Fudge DS, Schorno S, Ferraro S. (2015) Physiology, biomechanics, and biomimetics of hagfish slime Annual Review of Biochemistry. 84: 947-967
Zaccone G, Fudge DS, Winegard TM, et al. (2015) Confocal imaging and phylogenetic considerations of the subcutaneous neurons in the Atlantic hagfish Myxine glutinosa Acta Zoologica. 96: 209-217
Bernards MA, Oke I, Heyland A, et al. (2014) Spontaneous unraveling of hagfish slime thread skeins is mediated by a seawater-soluble protein adhesive. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 1263-8
Fudge DS. (2014) Fifty years of J. R. Platt's strong inference. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 1202-4
Herr JE, Clifford AM, Goss GG, et al. (2014) Defensive slime formation in Pacific hagfish requires Ca2+- and aquaporin-mediated swelling of released mucin vesicles. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 2288-96
Winegard T, Herr J, Mena C, et al. (2014) Coiling and maturation of a high-performance fibre in hagfish slime gland thread cells. Nature Communications. 5: 3534
Gleason JE, Fudge DS, Robinson BW. (2014) Eco-mechanics of lamellar autotomy in larval damselflies. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 185-91
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