Ryan B. Rountree, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
molecular control and evolution of skeletal patterning
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David M. Kingsley grad student 2003 Stanford
 (Genetic and molecular analysis of skeletal joint development.)
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Blackburn J, Ohazama A, Kawasaki K, et al. (2012) The role of Irf6 in tooth epithelial invagination. Developmental Biology. 365: 61-70
Rountree RB, Willis CR, Dinh H, et al. (2010) RIP4 regulates epidermal differentiation and cutaneous inflammation. The Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 130: 102-12
Kahn J, Shwartz Y, Blitz E, et al. (2009) Muscle contraction is necessary to maintain joint progenitor cell fate. Developmental Cell. 16: 734-43
Koyama E, Shibukawa Y, Nagayama M, et al. (2008) A distinct cohort of progenitor cells participates in synovial joint and articular cartilage formation during mouse limb skeletogenesis. Developmental Biology. 316: 62-73
Koyama E, Ochiai T, Rountree RB, et al. (2007) Synovial joint formation during mouse limb skeletogenesis: roles of Indian hedgehog signaling. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1116: 100-12
Gurley KA, Chen H, Guenther C, et al. (2006) Mineral formation in joints caused by complete or joint-specific loss of ANK function. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research : the Official Journal of the American Society For Bone and Mineral Research. 21: 1238-47
Rountree RB, Schoor M, Chen H, et al. (2004) BMP receptor signaling is required for postnatal maintenance of articular cartilage. Plos Biology. 2: e355
Settle SH, Rountree RB, Sinha A, et al. (2003) Multiple joint and skeletal patterning defects caused by single and double mutations in the mouse Gdf6 and Gdf5 genes. Developmental Biology. 254: 116-30
Thut CJ, Rountree RB, Hwa M, et al. (2001) A large-scale in situ screen provides molecular evidence for the induction of eye anterior segment structures by the developing lens. Developmental Biology. 231: 63-76
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