Stephen Arch

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Reed College, Portland, OR 
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Justine Barry research assistant Reed College
William N. Frost research assistant Reed College
Stephanie C. Gantz research assistant OHSU
John F. Neumaier research assistant Reed College
Philip E. Lloyd research assistant 1973-1973 Reed College
Paul A. Fuchs research assistant 1973-1974 Reed College
Edgar T. Walters research assistant 1973-1974 Reed College
Katrina L. Kelner research assistant 1973-1975 Reed College
Paul H. Taghert research assistant 1973-1975 Reed College
Adam Linstedt research assistant 1978-1982 Reed College
Carol D. Hegstrom research assistant 1988-1989 Reed College
Tracy W. Sax research assistant 1988-1989 Reed College
Timothy J. Sexton research assistant 1994-1994 Reed College
Michael Blake Hoppa research assistant 1999-2000 Reed College
Cecilia G. Phillips research assistant 2003 Reed College
Jeremy Leitz research assistant 2004-2008 Reed College
Jesse C. Hay grad student (Microtree)
Nicholas J. Kaplinsky grad student Reed College (Plant Biology Tree)
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Arch S, Berry RW. (1989) Molecular and cellular regulation of neuropeptide expression: the bag cell model system. Brain Research. Brain Research Reviews. 14: 181-201
Molloy S, Bruns C, Arch S. (1987) Dissimilar associations of two secretory peptides with a neurosecretory granule-enriched fraction from the bag cells. Peptides. 8: 829-36
Beard M, Millecchia L, Masuoka C, et al. (1982) Ultrastructure of secretion in the atrial gland of a mollusc (Aplysia). Tissue & Cell. 14: 297-308
Berry RW, Arch S. (1981) Activation of neurosecretory cells enhances their synthesis of secretory protein. Brain Research. 215: 115-23
Branton WD, Arch S, Smock T, et al. (1978) Evidence for mediation of a neuronal interaction by a behaviorally active peptide. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 75: 5732-6
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