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Harry Wilks Fulbright grad student 1952 Princeton (Physics Tree)
Rubby Sherr grad student 1952 Princeton (Physics Tree)
 (The scattering of 32 Mev protons from several elements)


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Susan G. Ernst grad student 1975-1979 Caltech (DevTree)
Robert C. Angerer post-doc Caltech
Robert B. Goldberg post-doc 1971-1973 Caltech (Plant Biology Tree)


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Scott E. Fraser collaborator (Neurotree)
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Britten RJ, Rowen L, Williams J, et al. (2003) Majority of divergence between closely related DNA samples is due to indels Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 100: 4661-4665
Lee YH, Kwak J, Britten RJ, et al. (2000) Identification of new skeletogenic genes of the sea urchin embryo by use of conserved sequence motifs among the SM50 gene family. Zygote (Cambridge, England). 8: S74
Cameron RA, Mahairas G, Rast JP, et al. (2000) A sea urchin genome project: sequence scan, virtual map, and additional resources. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 97: 9514-8
Lee YH, Huang GM, Cameron RA, et al. (1999) EST analysis of gene expression in early cleavage-stage sea urchin embryos. Development (Cambridge, England). 126: 3857-67
Lee YH, Britten RJ, Davidson EH. (1999) SM37, a skeletogenic gene of the sea urchin embryo linked to the SM50 gene. Development, Growth & Differentiation. 41: 303-12
Cameron RA, Leahy PS, Britten RJ, et al. (1999) Microsatellite loci in wild-type and inbred Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Developmental Biology. 208: 255-64
Britten RJ. (1998) Precise sequence complementarity between yeast chromosome ends and two classes of just-subtelomeric sequences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 95: 5906-12
Smith LC, Chang L, Britten RJ, et al. (1996) Sea urchin genes expressed in activated coelomocytes are identified by expressed sequence tags. Complement homologues and other putative immune response genes suggest immune system homology within the deuterostomes. Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 156: 593-602
Smith LC, Britten RJ, Davidson EH. (1995) Lipopolysaccharide activates the sea urchin immune system. Developmental and Comparative Immunology. 19: 217-24
Zeller RW, Coffman JA, Harrington MG, et al. (1995) SpGCF1, a sea urchin embryo DNA-binding protein, exists as five nested variants encoded by a single mRNA. Developmental Biology. 169: 713-27
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