Rudolf A. Raff, Ph.D, B.S.

Affiliations: 
Biology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
evolutionary developmental biology, molecular evolution, development
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Wang L, Israel JW, Edgar A, et al. (2020) Genetic basis for divergence in developmental gene expression in two closely related sea urchins. Nature Ecology & Evolution
EAGAN JL, ANDREWS ME, PEARSON RL, et al. (2017) IDENTIFICATION AND MODES OF ACTION OF ENDOGENOUS BACTERIA IN TAPHONOMY OF EMBRYOS AND LARVAE Palaios. 32: 206-217
Israel JW, Martik ML, Byrne M, et al. (2016) Comparative Developmental Transcriptomics Reveals Rewiring of a Highly Conserved Gene Regulatory Network during a Major Life History Switch in the Sea Urchin Genus Heliocidaris. Plos Biology. 14: e1002391
Raff RA, Andrews ME, Pearson RL, et al. (2014) Microbial ecology and biofilms in the taphonomy of soft tissues Palaios. 29: 560-569
Zigler KS, Raff RA. (2013) A shift in germ layer allocation is correlated with large egg size and facultative planktotrophy in the echinoid Clypeaster rosaceus. The Biological Bulletin. 224: 192-9
Raff EC, Andrews ME, Turner FR, et al. (2013) Contingent interactions among biofilm-forming bacteria determine preservation or decay in the first steps toward fossilization of marine embryos. Evolution & Development. 15: 243-56
Raff RA, Snoke Smith M. (2009) Chapter 7. Axis formation and the rapid evolutionary transformation of larval form. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 86: 163-90
Minsuk SB, Turner FR, Andrews ME, et al. (2009) Axial patterning of the pentaradial adult echinoderm body plan. Development Genes and Evolution. 219: 89-101
Smith MS, Collins S, Raff RA. (2009) Morphogenetic mechanisms of coelom formation in the direct-developing sea urchin Heliocidaris erythrogramma. Development Genes and Evolution. 219: 21-9
Raff EC, Schollaert KL, Nelson DE, et al. (2008) Embryo fossilization is a biological process mediated by microbial biofilms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 19360-5
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