John P. Trinkaus

Affiliations: 
Biology Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Area:
in vivo cell movements
Website:
http://news.yale.edu/2003/02/14/memoriam-world-renowned-developmental-biologist-yale-john-p-trinkaus
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(1918 - 2003)
http://embryo.asu.edu/pages/john-philip-trinkaus-1918-2003

Parents

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Benjamin Harrison Willier grad student 1948 Johns Hopkins (Neurotree)

Children

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Norman K. Wessells grad student 1960 Yale (Neurotree)
James A. Weston grad student 1963 Yale (Neurotree)
Gary W. Conrad grad student 1968 Yale (Chemistry Tree)
Cheryll Tickle post-doc Yale (Evolution Tree)
Raymond Keller post-doc 1976-1978 (Cell Biology Tree)
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Trinkaus JP. (1998) Gradient in convergent cell movement during Fundulus gastrulation. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 281: 328-35
Trinkaus JP. (1996) Ingression during early gastrulation of fundulus. Developmental Biology. 177: 356-70
Trinkaus JP. (1993) The yolk syncytial layer of Fundulus: its origin and history and its significance for early embryogenesis. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 265: 258-84
Trinkaus JP, Trinkaus M, Fink RD. (1992) On the convergent cell movements of gastrulation in Fundulus. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 261: 40-61
Trinkaus JP. (1992) The midblastula transition, the YSL transition and the onset of gastrulation in Fundulus. Development (Cambridge, England). Supplement. 75-80
Fink RD, Trinkaus JP. (1988) Fundulus deep cells: directional migration in response to epithelial wounding. Developmental Biology. 129: 179-90
Trinkaus JP. (1988) Directional cell movement during early development of the teleost Blennius pholis: I. Formation of epithelial cell clusters and their pattern and mechanism of movement. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 245: 157-86
Trinkaus JP. (1988) Directional cell movement during early development of the teleost Blennius pholis: II. Transformation of the cells of epithelial clusters into dendritic melanocytes, their dissociation from each other, and their migration to and invasion of the pectoral fin buds. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 248: 55-72
Keller RE, Trinkaus JP. (1987) Rearrangement of enveloping layer cells without disruption of the epithelial permeability barrier as a factor in Fundulus epiboly. Developmental Biology. 120: 12-24
Betchaku T, Trinkaus JP. (1986) Programmed endocytosis during epiboly of Fundulus heteroclitus Integrative and Comparative Biology. 26: 193-199
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