Mark Q. Martindale, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Kewalo Marine Laboratory University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, United States 
Area:
developmental evolution
Website:
http://www.kewalo.hawaii.edu/martindale/
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Wu L, Hiebert LS, Klann M, et al. (2020) Genes with spiralian-specific protein motifs are expressed in spiralian ciliary bands. Nature Communications. 11: 4171
Newkirk CR, Frazer TK, Martindale MQ, et al. (2020) Adaptation to Bleaching: Are Thermotolerant Symbiodiniaceae Strains More Successful Than Other Strains Under Elevated Temperatures in a Model Symbiotic Cnidarian? Frontiers in Microbiology. 11: 822
Andrikou C, Passamaneck YJ, Lowe CJ, et al. (2019) Molecular patterning during the development of reveals similarities to rhynchonelliform brachiopods. Evodevo. 10: 33
Levin M, Anavy L, Cole AG, et al. (2019) Author Correction: The mid-developmental transition and the evolution of animal body plans. Nature
Babonis LS, Ryan JF, Enjolras C, et al. (2019) Genomic analysis of the tryptome reveals molecular mechanisms of gland cell evolution. Evodevo. 10: 23
DuBuc TQ, Ryan J, Martindale MQ. (2019) "Dorsal-ventral" genes are part of an ancient axial patterning system: evidence from Trichoplax adhaerens (Placozoa). Molecular Biology and Evolution
Babonis LS, DeBiasse MB, Francis WR, et al. (2018) Integrating embryonic development and evolutionary history to characterize tentacle-specific cell types in a ctenophore. Molecular Biology and Evolution
DuBuc TQ, Stephenson TB, Rock AQ, et al. (2018) Hox and Wnt pattern the primary body axis of an anthozoan cnidarian before gastrulation. Nature Communications. 9: 2007
Wijesena N, Martindale MQ. (2018) Reengineering the primary body axis by ectopic cWnt signaling. Current Biology : Cb. 28: R206-R207
Davidson PL, Koch BJ, Schnitzler CE, et al. (2017) The maternal-zygotic transition and zygotic activation of the Mnemiopsis leidyi genome occurs within the first three cleavage cycles. Molecular Reproduction and Development
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