Ekaterina Voronina, Ph.D.

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2003 Brown University, Providence, RI 
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Gary M. Wessel grad student 2003 Brown
 (Regulation of oocyte maturation.)
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Voronina E, Lopez M, Juliano CE, et al. (2008) Vasa protein expression is restricted to the small micromeres of the sea urchin, but is inducible in other lineages early in development. Developmental Biology. 314: 276-86
Voronina E, Lovasco LA, Gyuris A, et al. (2007) Ovarian granulosa cell survival and proliferation requires the gonad-selective TFIID subunit TAF4b Developmental Biology. 303: 715-726
Voronina E, Wessel GM. (2006) Activator of G-protein signaling in asymmetric cell divisions of the sea urchin embryo. Development, Growth & Differentiation. 48: 549-57
Sodergren E, Weinstock GM, et al. (2006) The genome of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Science (New York, N.Y.). 314: 941-52
Beane WS, Voronina E, Wessel GM, et al. (2006) Lineage-specific expansions provide genomic complexity among sea urchin GTPases. Developmental Biology. 300: 165-79
Robertson AJ, Croce J, Carbonneau S, et al. (2006) The genomic underpinnings of apoptosis in Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Developmental Biology. 300: 321-34
Juliano CE, Voronina E, Stack C, et al. (2006) Germ line determinants are not localized early in sea urchin development, but do accumulate in the small micromere lineage Developmental Biology. 300: 406-415
Geles KG, Freiman RN, Liu WL, et al. (2006) Cell-type-selective induction of c-jun by TAF4b directs ovarian-specific transcription networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103: 2594-9
Wessel GM, Voronina E, Brooks JM. (2004) Obtaining and handling echinoderm oocytes. Methods in Cell Biology. 74: 87-114
Voronina E, Wessel GM. (2004) betagamma subunits of heterotrimeric G-proteins contribute to Ca2+ release at fertilization in the sea urchin. Journal of Cell Science. 117: 5995-6005
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