Jay L. Vivian

Affiliations: 
Pathology & Laboratory Medicine University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
Area:
Pathology, Cell Biology, Immunology
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http://www.kumc.edu/school-of-medicine/irpr/our-researchers/jay-l-vivian-phd.html
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Vivian, Jay LaVerne, Use of a hypomorphic allele of myogenin to analyze Myogenin-dependent processes in mouse development (1999). Texas Medical Center Dissertations (via ProQuest). AAI9942099.
https://digitalcommons.library.tmc.edu/dissertations/AAI9942099

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William H. Klein grad student 1999 The University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Houston (Neurotree)
 (Use of a hypomorphic allele of myogenin to analyze Myogenin-dependent processes in mouse development.)
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Malcom CA, Ratri A, Piasecka-Srader J, et al. (2022) Primitive Erythropoiesis in the Mouse is Independent of DOT1L Methyltransferase Activity. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. 9: 813503
Feng Y, Yang Y, Ortega MM, et al. (2010) Early mammalian erythropoiesis requires the Dot1L methyltransferase. Blood. 116: 4483-91
Vivian JL, Olson EN, Klein WH. (2000) Thoracic skeletal defects in myogenin- and MRF4-deficient mice correlate with early defects in myotome and intercostal musculature. Developmental Biology. 224: 29-41
Vivian JL, Klein WH, Hasty P. (1999) Temporal, spatial and tissue-specific expression of a myogenin-lacZ transgene targeted to the Hprt locus in mice. Biotechniques. 27: 154-62
Vivian JL, Gan L, Olson EN, et al. (1999) A hypomorphic myogenin allele reveals distinct myogenin expression levels required for viability, skeletal muscle development, and sternum formation. Developmental Biology. 208: 44-55
Vivian JL, Gan L, Olson EN, et al. (1999) A Hypomorphic Myogenin Allele Reveals Distinct Myogenin Expression Levels Required for Viability, Skeletal Muscle Development, and Sternum Formation Developmental Biology. 210: 513
Myer A, Wagner DS, Vivian JL, et al. (1997) Wild-type myoblasts rescue the ability of myogenin-null myoblasts to fuse in vivo. Developmental Biology. 185: 127-38
Venuti JM, Morris JH, Vivian JL, et al. (1995) Myogenin is required for late but not early aspects of myogenesis during mouse development. The Journal of Cell Biology. 128: 563-76
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