1995-1981 Publications

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  • Connell, L. B. and R. A. Cattolico (1995). Phytoplankton relationships. The 5th Conference for Shellfish Growers, Olympia, WA, USA, Washington Sea Grant.


  • Connell, L. B. (1994). "Biogeographic observations on South Georgia marine yeasts." Antarctic Journal 29: 143.


  • Connell, L. B. (1994). An explanation of oyster larvae and spat mortalities. The 4th Shellfish Growers Conference. Washington Sea Grant; Olympia WA. 7 pp. The 4th Shellfish Growers Conference, Olympia WA, USA, Washington Sea Grant.


  • Connell, L. B., V. Pritas, et al. (1991). Genetic and biochemical approaches to studying tubulin structure and function. Cold Spring Harbor meeting on Yeast Cell Biology, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, USA, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory


  • Solomon, F. X., L.B. Connell, et al. (1991). Methods for Studying the Cytoskeleton in Yeast. The Cytoskeleton: A Practical Approach. K. L. Carraway and C. A. C. Carraway. New York, NY, USA, Oxford University Press. [VIEW PDF]


  • Solomon, F. X., B. Weinstein, et al. (1991). Regulation of microtubual structure and function in yeast. American Society for Cell Biology.


  • Rhodes, N., L. B. Connell, et al. (1990). "STE 11 is a protein kinase required for cell-type specific transcription and signal transduction in yeast." Genes and Development 4: 1862-1874. [VIEW PDF]


  • Connell, L. B. and M. Teague (1987). DNA sequence of STE7 and STE11 regulatory genes predict proteins homologus to protein kinases. American Society for Cell Biology.


  • Errede, B., M. Company, et al. (1986). Yeast cell type of Ty1 enhancer function. Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Eukaryotic Transposable Elements, Cold Spring Harbor NY USA.


  • Errede, B., M. Teague, et al. (1986). Two regulatory genes required for yeast cell specialization have predicted proteins homologous to protein kinases. Mediators of Cell Growth and Differentiation, Rensselearville, NY USA.


  • Company, M., L. B. Connell, et al. (1985). A multi-component structure for the Ty1 activator. Cold Spring harbor Symposium on Molecular Biology of Yeast, Cold Spring Harbor NY USA.


  • Burridge, K. W. T. and L. B. Connell (1983). "A new protein of adhesion plaques and ruffing membranes." The Journal of Cell Biology 97: 359-367. [VIEW PDF]


  • Burridge, K. W. T. and L. B. Connell (1983). "Talin: A cytoskeletal componant concentrated in adhesion plaques and other sites of action-membrane interaction." Cell Motility 3: 405-417. [VIEW PDF]


  • Burridge, K. W. T., L. B. Connell, et al. (1983). Proteins involved in linking actin to the plasma membrane. The Fogarty International Meeting on Cytoplasmic Matrix and the Integration of Cellular Function.


  • Burridge, K. W. T., T. Kelly, et al. (1982). "Proteins involved in the attachment of actin to the plasma membrane." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 299: 291-299. [VIEW PDF]


  • Wilkins, L., G. Szabo, et al. (1982). Growth of enriched human melanocyte cultures. In: Growth of cells in hormomally defined media. Cold Spring Harbor Conferences on Cell Proliferation. G. A. Sato, A. B. Pardee and D. A. Sirbasku, Cold Spring Harbor Press. Series. 9: 922-936.


  • Wilkins, L., L. B. Connell, et al. (1981). Effects of ultrviolet light (UVB) on human melanocytes in vitro. American Society for Cell Biology., USAAnaheim, CA.


  • Wilkins, L., G. Szabo, et al. (1981). Growth of enriched human melanocyte cultures. Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Hormonally Defined Media., Cold Spring Harbor, NY.
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