Michael Thorndyke

Kristineberg Marine Research Station 
"Michael Thorndyke"
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Cross-listing: Marine Ecology Tree

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Byrne M, Mazzone F, Elphick MR, et al. (2019) Expression of the neuropeptide SALMFamide-1 during regeneration of the seastar radial nerve cord following arm autotomy. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20182701
Hall-Spencer JM, Thorndyke M, Dupont S. (2015) Impact of ocean acidification on marine organisms-unifying principles and new paradigms Water (Switzerland). 7: 5592-5598
Boero F, Dupont S, Thorndyke M. (2015) Make new friends, but keep the old: towards a transdisciplinary and balanced strategy to evaluate Good Environmental Status Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
Costello MJ, Archambault P, Chavanich S, et al. (2015) Organizing, supporting and linking the world marine biodiversity research community Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 95: 431-433
Ben Khadra Y, Said K, Thorndyke M, et al. (2014) Homeobox genes expressed during echinoderm arm regeneration. Biochemical Genetics. 52: 166-80
Ramachandra R, Namburi RB, Ortega-Martinez O, et al. (2014) Brittlestars contain highly sulfated chondroitin sulfates/dermatan sulfates that promote fibroblast growth factor 2-induced cell signaling. Glycobiology. 24: 195-207
Burns G, Thorndyke MC, Peck LS, et al. (2013) Transcriptome pyrosequencing of the Antarctic brittle star Ophionotus victoriae. Marine Genomics. 9: 9-15
Idris MM, Thorndyke MC, Brown ER. (2013) Evidence for dynamic and multiple roles for huntingtin in Ciona intestinalis. Invertebrate Neuroscience : In. 13: 151-65
Dorey N, Lançon P, Thorndyke M, et al. (2013) Assessing physiological tipping point of sea urchin larvae exposed to a broad range of pH. Global Change Biology. 19: 3355-67
Nakano H, Lundin K, Bourlat SJ, et al. (2013) Xenoturbella bocki exhibits direct development with similarities to Acoelomorpha. Nature Communications. 4: 1537
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