Diane Michele Bridge

Biology Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA, United States 
Developmental Biology
"Diane Bridge"


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Leo W. Buss grad student Yale
Robert E. Steele post-doc UC Irvine (DevTree)


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Steve Dudgeon collaborator 2004- CSUN
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Wong WY, Simakov O, Bridge DM, et al. (2019) Expansion of a single transposable element family is associated with genome-size increase and radiation in the genus . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Bellantuono AJ, Bridge D, Martínez DE. (2015) Hydra as a tractable, long-lived model system for senescence Invertebrate Reproduction and Development. 59: 39-44
Martínez DE, Bridge D. (2012) Hydra, the everlasting embryo, confronts aging. The International Journal of Developmental Biology. 56: 479-87
Dana CE, Glauber KM, Chan TA, et al. (2012) Incorporation of a horizontally transferred gene into an operon during cnidarian evolution. Plos One. 7: e31643
Bridge D, Theofiles AG, Holler RL, et al. (2010) FoxO and stress responses in the cnidarian Hydra vulgaris Plos One. 5
Blackstone NW, Bridge DM. (2005) Model systems for environmental signaling. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 45: 605-14
Bridge DM, Ha CT, Nemir A, et al. (2004) Variations on a theme? Polyp and medusa development in Podocoryna carnea Hydrobiologia. 530: 299-307
Technau U, Miller MA, Bridge D, et al. (2003) Arrested apoptosis of nurse cells during Hydra oogenesis and embryogenesis. Developmental Biology. 260: 191-206
Yan L, Fei K, Bridge D, et al. (2000) A cnidarian homologue of translationally controlled tumor protein (P23/TCTP) Development Genes and Evolution. 210: 507-511
Bridge DM, Stover NA, Steele RE. (2000) Expression of a novel receptor tyrosine kinase gene and a paired-like homeobox gene provides evidence of differences in patterning at the oral and aboral ends of hydra. Developmental Biology. 220: 253-62
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