Publications

Sur, A., C.R. Magie, E.C. Seaver, and N.P. Meyer. (2017) “Spatial and temporal regulation of neurogenesis in the annelid Capitella teleta.” EvoDevo, 8: 13.

Meyer, N.P., A. Carrillo-Baltodano, R. Moore, E.C. Seaver. (2015) “Nervous system development in lecithotrophic larval and juvenile stages of the annelid Capitella teleta.” Front Zool, 12: 15.

Seaver E.C., E. Yamaguchi, G.S. Richards, and N.P. Meyer (2012).  “Expression of the pair-rule gene homologs runt, Pax3/7, even-skipped-1 and even-skipped-2 during larval and juvenile development of the polychaete annelid Capitella teleta does not support a role in segmentation.”  EvoDevo  3: 8.

Jackson, D.J., N.P. Meyer, E.C. Seaver, K. Pang, C. McDougall, V.N. Moy, K. Gordon, B.M. Degnan, M.Q. Martindale, R.D. Burke, K.J. Peterson (2010). “Developmental expression of COE across the Metazoa supports a conserved role in neuronal cell-type specification and mesodermal development.” Development, Genes and Evolution 220: 221-234.
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Layden, M.J., N.P. Meyer, K. Pang, E.C. Seaver, M.Q. Martindale (2010). “Expression and phylogenetic analysis of the zic gene family in the evolution and development of metazoans.” EvoDevo 1: 12.
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Meyer, N.P. and E.C. Seaver (2010). “Cell lineage and fate map of the primary somatoblast in the polychaete annelid Capitella teleta.” Integr Comp Biol 50(5): 756-767.
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Meyer, N.P., Boyle, M.J., Martindale, M.Q. and E.C. Seaver (2010). “A comprehensive fate map by intracellular injection of identified blastomeres in the marine polychaete Capitella teleta.” EvoDevo 1: 8.
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Meyer, N.P. and E.C. Seaver (2009). “Neurogenesis in an annelid: characterization of brain neural precursors in the polychaete Capitella sp. I.” Dev Biol 335(1): 237-52.
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Mizutani, C.-M., Meyer, N.P., Roelink, H. and E. Bier (2006). “Threshold dependent BMP mediated repression: a conserved mechanism for patterning the neuroectoderm.” PLoS Biol 4(10): 1777-88.
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Meyer, N.P. and H. Roelink (2003). “The amino-terminal region of Gli3 antagonizes the Shh response and acts in dorsoventral fate specification in the developing spinal cord.” Dev Biol 257(2): 343-55.
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