George M. Malacinski, Ph.D.

Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
"George Malacinski"


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Robert Williams Briggs grad student Indiana University (Cell Biology Tree)


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Francis T Crump research assistant Biology (Neurotree)
Robert E. Steele research assistant 1972-1974 Indiana University
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Ariizumi T, Kinoshita M, Yokota C, et al. (2003) Amphibian in vitro heart induction: A simple and reliable model for the study of vertebrate cardiac development International Journal of Developmental Biology. 47: 405-410
Malacinski GM. (2003) Student-oriented learning: an inquiry-based developmental biology lecture course. The International Journal of Developmental Biology. 47: 135-40
Asashima M, Ariizumi T, Malacinski GM. (2000) In vitro control of organogenesis and body patterning by activin during early amphibian development Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - B Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 126: 169-178
Asashima M, Kinoshita K, Ariizumi T, et al. (1999) Role of activin and other peptide growth factors in body patterning in the early amphibian embryo International Review of Cytology. 191: 1-52
Asashima M, Yokota C, Takahashi S, et al. (1999) Peptide growth factors in amphibian embryogenesis: Intersection of modern molecular approaches with traditional inductive interaction paradigms International Journal of Developmental Biology. 43: 1-10
Malacinski GM, Bessho T, Yokota C, et al. (1997) An essay on the similarities and differences between inductive interactions in anuran and urodele embryos Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. 53: 410-417
Sun HB, Neff AW, Mescher AL, et al. (1995) Expression of the axolotl homologue of mouse chaperonin t-complex protein-1 during early development Bba - Gene Structure and Expression. 1260: 157-166
Yokota H, Neff AW, Malacinski GM. (1994) Early development of Xenopus embryos is affected by simulated gravity Advances in Space Research. 14: 249-255
Chung HM, Yokota H, Dent A, et al. (1994) The location of the third cleavage plane of Xenopus embryos partitions morphogenetic information in animal quartets International Journal of Developmental Biology. 38: 421-428
Ludolph DC, Neff AW, Mescher AL, et al. (1994) Overexpression of XMyoD or XMyf5 in Xenopus embryos induces the formation of enlarged myotomes through recruitment of cells of nonsomitic lineage Developmental Biology. 166: 18-33
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