Lionel Jaffe

Woods Hole 
Vibrating Probe, Calcium
"Lionel Jaffe"
Mean distance: 13.5 (cluster 32)
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Messerli MA, Créton R, Jaffe LF, et al. (2000) Periodic increases in elongation rate precede increases in cytosolic Ca2+ during pollen tube growth. Developmental Biology. 222: 84-98
Nuccitelli R, Robinson K, Jaffe L. (1986) On electrical currents in development. Bioessays : News and Reviews in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. 5: 292-4
Jaffe LF. (1981) Control of development by steady ionic currents. Federation Proceedings. 40: 125-7
Borgens RB, Jaffe LF, Cohen MJ. (1980) Large and persistent electrical currents enter the transected lamprey spinal cord. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 77: 1209-13
Borgens RB, Vanable JW, Jaffe LF. (1979) Reduction of sodium dependent stump currents disturbs urodele limb regeneration. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 209: 377-86
Jaffe LF, Poo MM. (1979) Neurites grow faster towards the cathode than the anode in a steady field. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 209: 115-28
Borgens RB, Vanable JW, Jaffe LF. (1979) Role of subdermal current shunts in the failure of frogs to regenerate. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 209: 49-56
Borgens RB, Vanable, JW, et al. (1979) Bioelectricity and Regeneration Bioscience. 29: 468-474
Borgens RB, Vanable JW, Jaffe LF. (1979) Small artificial currents enhanceXenopus limb regeneration Journal of Experimental Zoology. 207: 217-226
Jaffe LA, Robinson KR. (1978) Membrane potential of the unfertilized sea urchin egg. Developmental Biology. 62: 215-28
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