Jason S. Wolfe

Biology Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, United States 
"Jason Wolfe"


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Daniel Mazia grad student 1962-1967 UC Berkeley (Neurotree)


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Mark D. Garfinkel research assistant 1977-1980 Wesleyan
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Singhal S, Wolfe J. (2005) Colchicine induces nuclear death in Tetrahymena thermophila Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 52
Ejercito M, Wolfe J. (2003) Caspase-like activity is required for programmed nuclear elimination during conjugation in Tetrahymena. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 50: 427-429
Santos ML, Lu E, Wolfe J. (2000) Nuclear death in living Tetrahymena: The case of the haploid nuclei Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 47: 493-498
Wolfe J, Sasson SB, Ron A. (1999) Cell pairing and methylation in Tetrahymena thermophila are altered by exogenous homocysteine. Cell Biology International. 23: 619-28
Mpoke SS, Wolfe J. (1997) Differential Staining of Apoptotic Nuclei in Living Cells: Application to Macronuclear Elimination in Tetrahymena Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry. 45: 675-683
Mpoke S, Wolfe J. (1996) DNA Digestion and Chromatin Condensation during Nuclear Death inTetrahymena Experimental Cell Research. 225: 357-365
Brown F, Tirone S, Wolfe J. (1993) Early encounters of the repetitive kind: A prelude to cell adhesion in conjugating Tetrahymena thermophila Developmental Dynamics. 196: 195-204
Pagliaro L, Wolfe J. (1989) Concanavalin A inhibits mating type recognition in Tetrahymena Experimental Cell Research. 181: 574-578
Hernandez-Verdun D, Prévot S, André C, et al. (1988) Autoimmune serum containing an antibody against a 94 kDa nucleolar protein. Biology of the Cell / Under the Auspices of the European Cell Biology Organization. 64: 331-41
Wolfe J. (1988) Analysis of Tetrahymena mucocyst material with lectins and alcian blue Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 35: 46-51
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