Miles Paul, PhD, Sttanford

Biology University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 
"Miles Paul"
Miles Paul: When I returned to the US in 1965, I married Dorothy Hayman. We both went to grad school at Stanford, then I was a post doc back at Harvard and she at Tufts. After teaching cell and developmental biology at the University of Victoria (in B.C.) for over 20 years, I decided to be a full time amateur astronomer, so I resigned my faculty position and started spending lots of time in the desert mountains in California with my telescope. Dorothy is a neurobiologist and is still on the faculty at U.Vic in the biology dept. Just recently I got my amateur radio license, so now I'm a HAM (W7GLX and VE7GLX are my US and Canadian call signs). Being retired is great - I don't have enough time to do all I want to do.

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Holland LZ, Gould-Somero M, Paul M. (1984) Fertilization acid release in Urechis eggs. I. The nature of the acid and the dependence of acid release and egg activation on external pH Developmental Biology. 103: 337-342
Regier JC, Mazur GD, Kafatos FC, et al. (1982) Morphogenesis of silkmoth chorion: Initial framework formation and its relation to synthesis of specific proteins Developmental Biology. 92: 159-174
Meijer L, Paul M, Epel D. (1982) Stimulation of protein phosphorylation during fertilization-induced maturation of Urechis caupo oocytes. Developmental Biology. 94: 62-70
Paul M, Johnston RN. (1978) Absence of a Ca response following ammonia activation of sea urchin eggs Developmental Biology. 67: 330-335
Paul M, Johnston RN. (1978) Uptake of Ca2+ is one of the earliest responses to fertilization of sea urchin eggs Journal of Experimental Zoology. 203: 143-149
Epel D, Paul M, Lopo A, et al. (1978) NH4Cl and other weak bases in the activation of sea urchin eggs {reply} [34] Nature. 274: 190
Gould-Somero M, Holland L, Paul M. (1977) Cytochalasin B inhibits sperm penetration into eggs of Urechis caupo (Echiura) Developmental Biology. 58: 11-22
Kafatos FC, Regier JC, Mazur GD, et al. (1977) The eggshell of insects: differentiation-specific proteins and the control of their synthesis and accumulation during development. Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation. 8: 45-145
Johnston RN, Paul M. (1977) Calcium influx following fertilization of Urechis caupo eggs Developmental Biology. 57: 364-374
Paul M, Gould-Somero M. (1976) Evidence for a polyspermy block at the level of sperm-egg plasma membrane fusion in Urechis caupo Journal of Experimental Zoology. 196: 105-112
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