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Vertebrate Embryogenesis

Ethan Carver, Ph.D.

 Dr. Carver

Recent Grants and Projects:

American Cancer Society grant recipient (7/01-7/02) PT-01-130-10-MGO
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development(7/01) 1F32HD08714-01A1
Declined to accept American Cancer Society grant
National Cancer Institute, Institutional Training Grant Recipient (6/99-7/01) CA09217

Recent Publications

* denotes student author

Carver, E. A., L. Milleville*, M. R. Taylor and C. A. Lessman. 2011. Mapping and phenotypic characterization of the dead elvis (del) mutation in zebrafish. Developmental Biology 356(1): 175. 

Kim, J., Vaughn, AR., Cho, C., Albu, TV. and Carver, E.A.  2012. Modifications of Ribonuclease A Induced by p-Benzoquinone. BioOrganic Chemistry 40:92–98.

Murray, S.A., Carver, E.A., and Gridley, T. (2006). Generation of a Snail1 (Snai1 conditional null allele. Genesis. In Press.

Savagner, P., Kusewitt, D.F., Carver, E.A., Magnino, F., Choi, C., Gridley, T., and Hudson, L.G. (2005). Developmental transcription factor slug is required for effective re-epithelialization by adult keratinocytes. J Cell Physiol. 202(3):858-866.

Oram, K., Carver, E. A., and Gridley, T. (2003). Slug expression during organogenesis in mice. Anat Rec. 271A:189-91.

Carver, E. A., Oram, K., and Gridley, T. (2002). Craniosynostosis in Twist heterozygous mice: a model for Saethre-Chotzen syndrome. Anat Rec. 268:90-92.

Zhao, P., Iezzi, S., Carver, E., Dressman, D., Gridley, T., Sartorelli, V., and Hoffman E.P. (2002). Slug is a novel downstream target of MyoD. Temporal profiling in muscle regeneration. J Biol Chem. 277:30091-300101

Carver, E. A., and Gridley, T. (2002). Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transitions and Cancer. Current Genomics Vol.3, No.4:355-361.

Carver, E. A., Jiang, R., Lan, Y., Oram, K. F., and Gridley, T. (2001). The Mouse Snail Gene encodes a Key Regulator of the Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition. Moleclular and Cellular Biology 21:8184-8188.