Alan P. Kenny, Ph.D.

2000 University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
Molecular Biology
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Lynne M. Angerer grad student 2000 Rochester
 (SpSoxB1, an early transcriptional regulator of differentiation along the animal -vegetal axis in the sea urchin embryo.)
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Agricola ZN, Jagpal AK, Allbee AW, et al. (2016) Identification of genes expressed in the migrating primitive myeloid lineage of Xenopus laevis. Developmental Dynamics : An Official Publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 245: 47-55
Nolan K, Kattamuri C, Luedeke DM, et al. (2013) Structure of protein related to Dan and Cerberus: insights into the mechanism of bone morphogenetic protein antagonism. Structure (London, England : 1993). 21: 1417-29
Shifley ET, Kenny AP, Rankin SA, et al. (2012) Prolonged FGF signaling is necessary for lung and liver induction in Xenopus. Bmc Developmental Biology. 12: 27
Li Y, Rankin SA, Sinner D, et al. (2008) Sfrp5 coordinates foregut specification and morphogenesis by antagonizing both canonical and noncanonical Wnt11 signaling. Genes & Development. 22: 3050-63
Angerer LM, Kenny AP, Newman LA, et al. (2007) Mutual antagonism of SoxB1 and canonical Wnt signaling in sea urchin embryos Signal Transduction. 7: 174-180
Kenny AP, Oleksyn DW, Newman LA, et al. (2003) Tight regulation of SpSoxB factors is required for patterning and morphogenesis in sea urchin embryos. Developmental Biology. 261: 412-25
Kenny AP, Angerer LM, Angerer RC. (2001) SpSoxB1 serves an essential architectural function in the promoter SpAN, a tolloid/BMP1-related gene. Gene Expression. 9: 283-90
Kenny AP, Kozlowski D, Oleksyn DW, et al. (1999) SpSoxB1, a maternally encoded transcription factor asymmetrically distributed among early sea urchin blastomeres. Development (Cambridge, England). 126: 5473-83
Wei Z, Kenny AP, Angerer LM, et al. (1997) The SpHE gene is downregulated in sea urchin late blastulae despite persistence of multiple positive factors sufficient to activate its promoter. Mechanisms of Development. 67: 171-8
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