Calmodulin in Early development

Calmodulin in Early Development

Calmodulin Bibliography from the Kunkel Laboratory

Iyengar, A. R., and J. G. Kunkel. 1995. Follicle cell calmodulin in Blattella germanica: Transcript accumulation during vitellogenesis is regulated by juvenile hormone. Dev. Biol. 170:314-320.

Zhang, Y., and J. G. Kunkel. 1994. Most egg calmodulin is a follicle cell contribution to the cytoplasm of the Blattella germanica oocyte. Dev. Biol. 160:513-521.

Zhang, Y. 1992. Characterization of insect calmodulin during oogenesis and embryogenesis of Blattella germanica. Dissertation, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, 137.

Zhang, Y., and J. G. Kunkel. 1992. Program of F-actin in the follicular epithelium during oogenesis of the German cockroach, Blattella germanica. Tiss. Cell 24:905-917.

Zhang, Y., and J. G. Kunkel. 1991. High abundance calmodulin from Blattella germanica eggs binds to vitellin subunits but disappears during vitellin utilization. Insect Biochem. 22:293-304.

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