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Browsing publications by Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker.

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Professor Michael Harrison
Dr Michael Drinnan
Dr Leo Freitas
Costanzo Di Maria
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
et al.
Safety Analysis of Software Components of a Dialysis Machine Using Model Checking2017
Dr Jolanta Kisielewska
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Regulation of DNA synthesis at the first cell cycle in the sea urchin in vivo2013
Dr Mark Levasseur
Maureen Sinclair
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Release from meiotic arrest in ascidian eggs requires the activity of two phosphatases but not CaMKII2013
Dr Lucy Foley
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Concise Review: Cell Therapies: The Route to Widespread Adoption2012
Dr Ashleigh Herriott
Dr Michele Sweeney
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Professor Michael Taggart
Dr Jun-yong Huang
et al.
Kinetochore localized Mad2 and Cdc20 is itself insufficient for triggering the mitotic checkpoint when Mps1 is low in Drosophila melanogaster neuroblasts2012
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Dr Lucy Foley
An academic perspective on the adoption of cell therapies2011
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Genetically encoded probes for measurement of intracellular calcium2010
Dr Brian Ward
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Dr Jun-yong Huang
Investigation into spindle assembly checkpoint function in Drosophila melanogaster2010
Deyu Li
Dr Gary Morley
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Dr Jun-yong Huang
Recruitment of Cdc20 to the kinetochore requires BubR1, but not Mad2 in Drosophila melanogaster2010
Dr Jolanta Kisielewska
Dr Radka Philipova
Dr Jun-yong Huang
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
MAP kinase dependent cyclinE/cdk2 activity promotes DNA replication in early sea urchin embryos2009
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Calcium signalling in early embryos2008
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Introduction. Calcium signals and developmental patterning2008
Dr Kehinde Ross
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Professor Nick Reynolds
Agonist-induced calcium entry correlates with STIM1 translocation2007
Dr Chris Wood
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Altering the speract-induced ion permeability changes that generate flagellar Ca2+ spikes regulates their kinetics and sea urchin sperm motility2007
Deyu Li
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Dr Jun-yong Huang
BubR1, but not Mad2, is required for recruiting and localizing of Fzy to the kinetochores in D. melanogaster2007
Dr Jun-yong Huang
Dr Gary Morley
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Cdk1 phosphorylation sites on Cdc27 are required for correct chromosomal localisation and APC/C function in syncytial Drosophila embryos2007
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
ITP2006
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Active ERK1 is dimerized in vivo: Bisphosphodimers generate peak kinase activity and monophosphodimers maintain basal ERK1 activity2005
Dr Radka Philipova
Dr Jolanta Kisielewska
Dr Pin Lu
Mark Larman
Dr Jun-yong Huang
et al.
ERK1 activation is required for S-phase onset and cell cycle progression after fertilization in sea urchin embryos2005
Dr Jolanta Kisielewska
Dr Pin Lu
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
GFP-PCNA as an S-phase marker in embryos during the first and subsequent cell cycles2005
Dr Radka Philipova
Mark Larman
Patrick Harrison
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Inhibiting MAP kinase activity prevents calcium transients and mitosis entry in early sea urchin embryos2005
Dr Alexander McDougall
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Microdomains bounded by endoplasmic reticulum segregate cell cycle calcium transients in syncytial Drosophila embryos2005
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Calcium imaging2004
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Calcium imaging2004
Dr Radka Philipova
Dr Jolanta Kisielewska
Dr Pin Lu
Mark Larman
Dr Jun-yong Huang
et al.
ERK activation is required for S-phase onset and cell cycle progression after fertilization in sea urchin embryos.2004
Dr Jolanta Kisielewska
Dr Radka Philipova
Dr Pin Lu
Mark Larman
Dr Jun-yong Huang
et al.
Visualising of S-phase in early sea urchin and C. elegans embryos. The MAP kinase pathway controls S-phase onset2004
Michael Carroll
Dr Mark Levasseur
Dr Chris Wood
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Professor Keith Jones
et al.
Exploring the mechanism of action of the sperm-triggered calcium-wave pacemaker in ascidian zygotes2003
Dr Chris Wood
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Speract induces calcium oscillations in the sperm tail2003
Professor Chris Edwards
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Ion channels in small cells and subcellular structures can be studied with a smart patch-clamp system2002
Patrick Harrison
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Muscarinic signalling affects intracellular calcium concentration during the first cell cycle of sea urchin embryos2002
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Mark Larman
Calcium and mitosis2001
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Mark Larman
Calcium and mitosis2001
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Activation of protein kinase C alters p34(cdc2) phosphorylation state and kinase activity in early sea urchin embryos by abolishing intracellular Ca2+ transients2000
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Calcium signalling mechanisms in the cell division cycle2000
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Fluorescent tags of protein function in living cells2000
Dr Radka Philipova
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Inhibiting proteasome activity causes overreplication of DNA and blocks entry into mitosis in sea urchin embryos2000
Dr Alexander McDougall
Joanne Shearer
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
The initiation and propagation of the fertilization wave in sea urchin eggs2000
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Action of serotonin antagonists on cytoplasmic calcium levels in early embryos of sea urchin Lytechinus pictus1999
Dr Radka Philipova
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Calcium/calmodulin-dependent phosphorylation and activation of human Cdc25-C at the G2/M phase transition in HeLa cells1999
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Calcium-induced fusion of sea urchin secretory vesicles with planar phospholipid bilayer membranes.1999
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Confocal laser scanning microscopy of calcium dynamics in living cells1999
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Predictability of dorso-ventral asymmetry in the cleavage stage zebrafish embryo: an analysis using lithium sensitivity as a dorso-ventral marker1999
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Role of phospholipase C gamma at fertilization and during mitosis in sea urchin eggs and embryos1999
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Ways of looking at calcium1999
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
Caffeine overrides the S-phase cell cycle block in sea urchin embryos1997