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David Epel, PhD - Publications

Biology Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 

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2019 Epel D. When sperm meets egg-Fifty years of surprises. Methods in Cell Biology. 151: 3-12. PMID 30948014 DOI: 10.1016/bs.mcb.2019.03.001  0.344
2013 Cole BJ, Hamdoun A, Epel D. Cost, effectiveness and environmental relevance of multidrug transporters in sea urchin embryos. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 216: 3896-905. PMID 23913944 DOI: 10.1242/jeb.090522  0.75
2012 Swezey RR, Epel D. Electroporation as a Tool to Study Enzyme Activities in Situ Guide to Electroporation and Electrofusion. 347-361. DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-08-091727-6.50024-1  0.687
2011 Epel D. Activation of Sperm and Egg During Fertilization Comprehensive Physiology. 859-884. DOI: 10.1002/Cphy.Cp140123  0.393
2009 Bosnjak I, Uhlinger KR, Heim W, Smital T, Franekić-Colić J, Coale K, Epel D, Hamdoun A. Multidrug efflux transporters limit accumulation of inorganic, but not organic, mercury in sea urchin embryos. Environmental Science & Technology. 43: 8374-80. PMID 19924972 DOI: 10.1021/Es901677R  0.789
2008 Epel D, Luckenbach T, Stevenson CN, Macmanus-Spencer LA, Hamdoun A, Smital T. Efflux transporters: newly appreciated roles in protection against pollutants. Environmental Science & Technology. 42: 3914-20. PMID 18589945 DOI: 10.1021/Es087187V  0.784
2008 Luckenbach T, Epel D. ABCB- and ABCC-type transporters confer multixenobiotic resistance and form an environment-tissue barrier in bivalve gills. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 294: R1919-29. PMID 18401003 DOI: 10.1152/ajpregu.00563.2007  0.683
2008 Luckenbach T, Altenburger R, Epel D. Teasing apart activities of different types of ABC efflux pumps in bivalve gills using the concepts of independent action and concentration addition. Marine Environmental Research. 66: 75-6. PMID 18396325 DOI: 10.1016/j.marenvres.2008.02.027  0.677
2007 Hamdoun A, Epel D. Embryo stability and vulnerability in an always changing world. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104: 1745-50. PMID 17264211 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0610108104  0.677
2006 Goldstone JV, Hamdoun A, Cole BJ, Howard-Ashby M, Nebert DW, Scally M, Dean M, Epel D, Hahn ME, Stegeman JJ. The chemical defensome: environmental sensing and response genes in the Strongylocentrotus purpuratus genome. Developmental Biology. 300: 366-84. PMID 17097629 DOI: 10.1016/J.Ydbio.2006.08.066  0.703
2006 Sodergren E, Weinstock GM, Davidson EH, Cameron RA, Gibbs RA, Angerer RC, Angerer LM, Arnone MI, Burgess DR, Burke RD, Coffman JA, Dean M, Elphick MR, Ettensohn CA, ... ... Epel D, et al. The genome of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Science (New York, N.Y.). 314: 941-52. PMID 17095691 DOI: 10.1126/Science.1133609  0.746
2006 Stevenson CN, MacManus-Spencer LA, Luckenbach T, Luthy RG, Epel D. New perspectives on perfluorochemical ecotoxicology: inhibition and induction of an efflux transporter in the marine mussel, Mytilus californianus. Environmental Science & Technology. 40: 5580-5. PMID 16999143 DOI: 10.1021/Es0602593  0.787
2006 Epel D, Cole B, Hamdoun A, Thurber RV. The sea urchin embryo as a model for studying efflux transporters: roles and energy cost. Marine Environmental Research. 62: S1-4. PMID 16740304 DOI: 10.1016/J.Marenvres.2006.04.062  0.798
2006 Smital T, Epel D, Britivic S, Krca S, Pivcevic B, Klobucar RS, Zaja R. Inhibitors of the ABC transport proteins as emerging pollutants—Determination and ecotoxicological relevance Toxicology Letters. 164: S43-S44. DOI: 10.1016/J.TOXLET.2006.06.092  0.645
2005 Salvito D, Luckenbach T, Epel D. Synthetic musk compounds and effects on human health? (multiple letters) [3] Environmental Health Perspectives. 113: A802-A804. PMID 16330332  0.559
2005 Luckenbach T, Epel D. Nitromusk and polycyclic musk compounds as long-term inhibitors of cellular xenobiotic defense systems mediated by multidrug transporters. Environmental Health Perspectives. 113: 17-24. PMID 15626642 DOI: 10.1289/ehp.7301  0.672
2005 Luckenbach T, Epel D. Synthetic Musk Compounds: Luckenbach Responds Environmental Health Perspectives. 113. DOI: 10.1289/EHP.113-A803  0.684
2005 Epel D. Using cell and developmental biology to enhance embryo survival in aquaculture Aquaculture International. 13: 19-28. DOI: 10.1007/s10499-004-9037-z  0.355
2004 Thaler CD, Kuo RC, Patton C, Preston CM, Yagisawa H, Epel D. Phosphoinositide metabolism at fertilization of sea urchin eggs measured with a GFP-probe. Development, Growth & Differentiation. 46: 413-23. PMID 15606487 DOI: 10.1111/j.1440-169x.2004.00758.x  0.698
2004 Hamdoun AM, Cherr GN, Roepke TA, Epel D. Activation of multidrug efflux transporter activity at fertilization in sea urchin embryos (Strongylocentrotus purpuratus). Developmental Biology. 276: 452-62. PMID 15581878 DOI: 10.1016/J.Ydbio.2004.09.013  0.788
2004 Epel D, Vacquier VD, Peeler M, Miller P, Patton C. Sea urchin gametes in the teaching laboratory: good experiments and good experiences. Methods in Cell Biology. 74: 797-823. PMID 15575632 DOI: 10.1016/S0091-679X(04)74033-9  0.7
2004 Smital T, Luckenbach T, Sauerborn R, Hamdoun AM, Vega RL, Epel D. Emerging contaminants--pesticides, PPCPs, microbial degradation products and natural substances as inhibitors of multixenobiotic defense in aquatic organisms. Mutation Research. 552: 101-17. PMID 15288544 DOI: 10.1016/j.mrfmmm.2004.06.006  0.793
2004 Vega RL, Epel D. Stress-induced apoptosis in sea urchin embryogenesis. Marine Environmental Research. 58: 799-802. PMID 15178116 DOI: 10.1016/j.marenvres.2004.03.096  0.305
2004 Luckenbach T, Corsi I, Epel D. Fatal attraction: synthetic musk fragrances compromise multixenobiotic defense systems in mussels. Marine Environmental Research. 58: 215-9. PMID 15178035 DOI: 10.1016/j.marenvres.2004.03.017  0.755
2003 Thaler CD, Epel D. Nitric oxide in oocyte maturation, ovulation, fertilization, cleavage and implantation: a little dab'll do ya. Current Pharmaceutical Design. 9: 399-409. PMID 12570817 DOI: 10.2174/1381612033391748  0.572
2002 Eufemia N, Clerte S, Girshick S, Epel D. Algal products as naturally occurring substrates for p-glycoprotein in Mytilus californianus Marine Biology. 140: 343-353. DOI: 10.1007/S002270100693  0.786
2001 Epel D, Smital T. Multidrug-multixenobiotic transporters and their significance with respect to environmental levels of pharmaceuticals and personal care products Acs Symposium Series. 791: 244-263.  0.59
2000 McFadzen I, Eufemia N, Heath C, Epel D, Moore M, Lowe D. Multidrug resistance in the embryos and larvae of the mussel Mytilus edulis. Marine Environmental Research. 50: 319-23. PMID 11460711 DOI: 10.1016/S0141-1136(00)00057-X  0.8
2000 Kuo RC, Baxter GT, Thompson SH, Stricker SA, Patton C, Bonaventura J, Epel D. NO is necessary and sufficient for egg activation at fertilization. Nature. 406: 633-6. PMID 10949304 DOI: 10.1038/35020577  0.637
2000 Eufemia NA, Epel D. Induction of the multixenobiotic defense mechanism (MXR), P-glycoprotein, in the mussel Mytilus californianus as a general cellular response to environmental stresses. Aquatic Toxicology (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 49: 89-100. PMID 10814809 DOI: 10.1016/S0166-445X(99)00068-5  0.787
2000 Kurelec B, Smital T, Pivèeviæ B, Eufemia N, Epel D. Multixenobiotic resistance, P-glycoprotein, and chemosensitizers Ecotoxicology. 9: 307-327. DOI: 10.1023/A:1026560922731  0.777
2000 Eufemia NA, Epel D. Induction of the multixenobiotic defense mechanism (MXR), P- glycoprotein, in the mussel Mytilus californianus as a general cellular response to environmental stresses Aquatic Toxicology. 49: 89-100. DOI: 10.1016/S0166-445X(99)00068-5  0.768
2000 Eufemia N, Girshick S, Epel D. Algal products as naturally occurring modulators for the multidrug resistance (MDR) transporter Marine Environmental Research. 50: 332-333. DOI: 10.1016/S0141-1136(00)00199-9  0.79
1999 Schomer Miller B, Epel D. The roles of changes in NADPH and pH during fertilization and artificial activation of the sea urchin egg. Developmental Biology. 216: 394-405. PMID 10588888 DOI: 10.1006/dbio.1999.9513  0.328
1999 Epel D, Hemela K, Shickt M, Patton C. Development in the floating world: Defenses of eggs and embryos against damage from uv radiation1 American Zoologist. 39: 271-278. DOI: 10.1093/Icb/39.2.271  0.753
1999 Minier C, Eufemia N, Epel D. The multi-xenobiotic resistance phenotype as a tool to biomonitor the environment Biomarkers. 4: 442-454. DOI: 10.1080/135475099230606  0.791
1998 De Nadai C, Cailliau K, Epel D, Ciapa B. Detection of phospholipase Cgamma in sea urchin eggs. Development, Growth & Differentiation. 40: 669-76. PMID 9865977 DOI: 10.1046/J.1440-169X.1998.T01-5-00011.X  0.692
1998 Schomer B, Epel D. Redox changes during fertilization and maturation of marine invertebrate eggs. Developmental Biology. 203: 1-11. PMID 9806768 DOI: 10.1006/dbio.1998.9044  0.377
1998 Epel D, Schatten G. Daniel Mazia: a passion for understanding how cells reproduce. Trends in Cell Biology. 8: 416-8. PMID 9789331 DOI: 10.1016/S0962-8924(98)01328-2  0.495
1998 Swezey RR, Epel D. Caged substrates for measuring enzymatic activity in vivo: photoactivated caged glucose 6-phosphate. Methods in Enzymology. 291: 278-88. PMID 9661155 DOI: 10.1016/S0076-6879(98)91019-9  0.74
1998 Flannery B, Epel D. Effects of wheat germ agglutinin on tunicate egg activation and fertilization: is there a plasma membrane sperm receptor system on Ascidia ceratodes eggs? Development, Growth & Differentiation. 40: 297-306. PMID 9639357 DOI: 10.1046/J.1440-169X.1998.T01-1-00005.X  0.325
1998 Kaufman MR, Ikeda Y, Patton C, Van Dykhuizen G, Epel D. Bacterial symbionts colonize the accessory nidamental gland of the squid Loligo opalescens via horizontal transmission Biological Bulletin. 194: 36-43. DOI: 10.2307/1542511  0.543
1998 Epel D. Use of multidrug transporters as first lines of defense against toxins in aquatic organisms Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - a Molecular and Integrative Physiology. 120: 23-28. DOI: 10.1016/S1095-6433(98)10005-3  0.389
1998 Epel D, Eufemia N. The multidrug/multixenobiotic transporter defense mechanism: Induction and energy costs Marine Environmental Research. 46: 457-458. DOI: 10.1016/S0141-1136(98)00081-6  0.772
1998 Eufemia NA, Epel D. The multixenobiotic defense mechanism in mussels is induced by substrates and non-substrates: Implications for a general stress response Marine Environmental Research. 46: 401-405. DOI: 10.1016/S0141-1136(97)00051-2  0.804
1998 Epel D, Kaufman M, Ikeda Y. Cellular strategies to avoid predator and UV effects in squid and tunicate embryos Zygote. 6: S67.  0.506
1997 Schatten G, Epel D. In memoriam. Daniel Mazia (1913-1996). Experimental Cell Research. 231: iv, 1-2. PMID 9064234  0.384
1997 Schatten G, Epel D. In Memoriam: Daniel Mazia (1913-1996) Experimental Cell Research. 231: 1-2. PMID 9056406 DOI: 10.1006/excr.1997.3478  0.451
1996 Schatten G, Epel D. In memoriam of Daniel Mazia (1913-1996). Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton. 34: 249-57. PMID 8871812 DOI: 10.1002/cm.970340402  0.384
1996 de Nadai C, Fenichel P, Donzeau M, Epel D, Ciapa B. Characterisation and role of integrins during gametic interaction and egg activation. Zygote (Cambridge, England). 4: 31-40. PMID 8735368 DOI: 10.1017/S0967199400002860  0.662
1996 Ciapa B, Epel D. An early increase in cGMP follows fertilization of sea urchin eggs. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 223: 633-6. PMID 8687447 DOI: 10.1006/bbrc.1996.0946  0.69
1996 Galgani F, Cornwall R, Toomey BH, Epel DD. Interaction of environmental xenobiotics with a multixenobiotic defense mechanism in the bay mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis from the coast of California Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 15: 325-331. DOI: 10.1897/1551-5028(1996)015<0325:IOEXWA>2.3.CO;2  0.805
1996 Rees BB, Swezey RR, Kibak H, Epel D. Regulation of the pentose phosphate pathway at fertilization in sea urchin eggs Invertebrate Reproduction and Development. 30: 123-134. DOI: 10.1080/07924259.1996.9672538  0.802
1996 Toomey BH, Kaufman MR, Epel D. Marine bacteria produce compounds that modulate multixenobiotic transport activity in Urechis caupo embryos Marine Environmental Research. 42: 393-397. DOI: 10.1016/0141-1136(96)87094-2  0.749
1995 Swezey RR, Epel D. The in vivo rate of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity in sea urchin eggs determined with a photolabile caged substrate. Developmental Biology. 169: 733-44. PMID 7781912 DOI: 10.1006/dbio.1995.1183  0.754
1995 Rees BB, Patton C, Grainger JL, Epel D. Protein synthesis increases after fertilization of sea urchin eggs in the absence of an increase in intracellular pH. Developmental Biology. 169: 683-98. PMID 7781908 DOI: 10.1006/dbio.1995.1179  0.67
1995 Cornwall R, Toomey BH, Bard S, Bacon C, Jarman WM, Epel D. Characterization of multixenobiotic/multidrug transport in the gills of the mussel Mytilus californianus and identification of environmental substrates Aquatic Toxicology. 31: 277-296. DOI: 10.1016/0166-445X(94)00070-7  0.801
1995 Toomey BH, Epel D. A multixenobiotic transporter in Urechis caupo embryos: protection from pesticides? Marine Environmental Research. 39: 299-302. DOI: 10.1016/0141-1136(94)00041-M  0.725
1993 Toomey BH, Epel D. Multixenobiotic resistance in Urechis caupo embryos: Protection from environmental toxins Biological Bulletin. 185: 355-364. DOI: 10.2307/1542476  0.732
1993 Larochelle DA, Epel D. Myosin heavy chain dephosphorylation during cytokinesis in dividing sea urchin embryos Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton. 25: 369-380. DOI: 10.1002/cm.970250407  0.741
1992 Swezey RR, Epel D. The use of caged substrates to assess the activity of 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase in living sea urchin eggs. Experimental Cell Research. 201: 366-72. PMID 1639134 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(92)90285-G  0.759
1991 Larochelle DA, Epel D. In vivo protein phosphorylation and labeling of ATP in sea urchin eggs loaded with 32PO4 via electroporation. Developmental Biology. 148: 156-64. PMID 1936555 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(91)90326-X  0.756
1991 Ciapa B, Epel D. A rapid change in phosphorylation on tyrosine accompanies fertilization of sea urchin eggs. Febs Letters. 295: 167-70. PMID 1722461 DOI: 10.1016/0014-5793(91)81410-A  0.693
1990 Swezey RR, Epel D. Enzyme activities in bondage? Bioessays : News and Reviews in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. 12: 98-9. PMID 2344364 DOI: 10.1002/bies.950120210  0.706
1990 Epel D. The initiation of development at fertilization. Cell Differentiation and Development : the Official Journal of the International Society of Developmental Biologists. 29: 1-12. PMID 2154300 DOI: 10.1016/0922-3371(90)90019-S  0.363
1989 Oberdorf J, Vilar-Rojas C, Epel D. The localization of PI and PIP kinase activities in the sea urchin egg and their modulation following fertilization. Developmental Biology. 131: 236-42. PMID 2535822 DOI: 10.1016/S0012-1606(89)80055-7  0.758
1989 Swezey RR, Epel D. Stable, resealable pores formed in sea urchin eggs by electric discharge (electroporation) permit substrate loading for assay of enzymes in vivo. Cell Regulation. 1: 65-74. PMID 2519619  0.714
1988 Swezey RR, Epel D. Enzyme stimulation upon fertilization is revealed in electrically permeabilized sea urchin eggs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 85: 812-6. PMID 3422463 DOI: 10.1073/Pnas.85.3.812  0.751
1988 EPEL D, MASTROIANNI L. A Summary of the Symposium on "Gamete Dialogue in Fertilization: From Sea Urchin to Human"—in Memory of Alberto Monroy The Biological Bulletin. 174: 186-190. DOI: 10.2307/1541786  0.326
1987 Prigent C, Maniey D, Lefresne J, Epel D, Signoret J, David JC. Changes in the catalytic properties of DNA ligases during early sea urchin development. Developmental Biology. 124: 281-6. PMID 3666310 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(87)90479-9  0.325
1987 Poenie M, Epel D. Ultrastructural localization of intracellular calcium stores by a new cytochemical method. The Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry : Official Journal of the Histochemistry Society. 35: 939-56. PMID 3611737 DOI: 10.1177/35.9.3611737  0.67
1987 Dufresne L, Swezey RR, Epel D. Kinetics of actin assembly attending fertilization or artificial activation of sea urchin eggs. Experimental Cell Research. 172: 32-42. PMID 3115796 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(87)90090-5  0.731
1986 Dubé F, Epel D. The relation between intracellular pH and rate of protein synthesis in sea urchin eggs and the existence of a pH-independent event triggered by ammonia. Experimental Cell Research. 162: 191-204. PMID 3940228 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(86)90438-6  0.334
1986 Swezey RR, Epel D. Regulation of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity in sea urchin eggs by reversible association with cell structural elements. The Journal of Cell Biology. 103: 1509-15. PMID 3771646 DOI: 10.1083/Jcb.103.4.1509  0.741
1985 Clapper DL, Epel D. The Limulus sperm motility-initiating peptide initiates acrosome reactions in sea water lacking potassium. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 236: 211-7. PMID 4067531 DOI: 10.1002/jez.1402360211  0.709
1985 Zimmerberg J, Sardet C, Epel D. Exocytosis of sea urchin egg cortical vesicles in vitro is retarded by hyperosmotic sucrose: kinetics of fusion monitored by quantitative light-scattering microscopy. The Journal of Cell Biology. 101: 2398-410. PMID 4066763 DOI: 10.1083/Jcb.101.6.2398  0.651
1985 Dubé F, Schmidt T, Johnson CH, Epel D. The hierarchy of requirements for an elevated intracellular pH during early development of sea urchin embryos. Cell. 40: 657-66. PMID 4038629 DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(85)90214-4  0.675
1985 Clapper DL, Davis JA, Lamothe PJ, Patton C, Epel D. Involvement of zinc in the regulation of pHi, motility, and acrosome reactions in sea urchin sperm. The Journal of Cell Biology. 100: 1817-24. PMID 3922992 DOI: 10.1083/jcb.100.6.1817  0.729
1985 Perry G, Epel D. Fertilization stimulates lipid peroxidation in the sea urchin egg. Developmental Biology. 107: 58-65. PMID 3917416 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(85)90375-6  0.426
1985 Perry G, Epel D. Characterization of a Ca2+-stimulated lipid peroxidizing system in the sea urchin egg. Developmental Biology. 107: 47-57. PMID 3917415 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(85)90374-4  0.422
1985 Epel D, Patton C. Cortical granules of sea urchin eggs do not undergo exocytosis at the site of sperm-egg fusion Development Growth and Differentiation. 27: 361-369. DOI: 10.1111/j.1440-169X.1985.00361.x  0.351
1985 Clapper DL, Lamothe PJ, Davis JA, Epel D. Sperm motility in the horseshoe crab. V: Zinc removal mediates chelator initiation of motility Journal of Experimental Zoology. 236: 83-91. DOI: 10.1002/Jez.1402360112  0.725
1983 Johnson CH, Epel D. Heavy metal chelators prolong motility and viability of sea urchin sperm by inhibiting spontaneous acrosome reactions. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 226: 431-40. PMID 6886666 DOI: 10.1002/jez.1402260314  0.52
1983 Lee HC, Johnson C, Epel D. Changes in internal pH associated with initiation of motility and acrosome reaction of sea urchin sperm. Developmental Biology. 95: 31-45. PMID 6825930 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(83)90004-0  0.55
1983 Lee HC, Epel D. Changes in intracellular acidic compartments in sea urchin eggs after activation. Developmental Biology. 98: 446-54. PMID 6409692 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(83)90374-3  0.347
1983 Johnson CH, Clapper DL, Winkler MM, Lee HC, Epel D. A volatile inhibitor immobilizes sea urchin sperm in semen by depressing the intracellular pH. Developmental Biology. 98: 493-501. PMID 6307774 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(83)90378-0  0.758
1983 Schmidt T, Epel D. High hydrostatic pressure and the dissection of fertilization responses. I. The relationship between cortical granule exocytosis and proton efflux during fertilization of the sea urchin egg. Experimental Cell Research. 146: 235-48. PMID 6307729 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(83)90126-X  0.543
1983 Epel D, Poenie M. HOW A TRANSIENT RISE IN CALCIUM CAUSES ACTIVATION OF THE EGG AT FERTILIZATION. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts. 83: 997.  0.663
1982 Johnson CH, Epel D. Starfish oocyte maturation and fertilization: intracellular pH is not involved in activation. Developmental Biology. 92: 461-9. PMID 7117694 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(82)90191-9  0.496
1982 Schmidt T, Patton C, Epel D. Is there a role for the Ca2+ influx during fertilization of the sea urchin egg? Developmental Biology. 90: 284-90. PMID 7075862 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(82)90377-3  0.532
1982 Meijer L, Paul M, Epel D. Stimulation of protein phosphorylation during fertilization-induced maturation of Urechis caupo oocytes. Developmental Biology. 94: 62-70. PMID 6295850 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(82)90068-9  0.626
1982 Clapper DL, Epel D. Sperm motility in the horseshoe crab. IV. Extracellular ions and intracellular pH are not mediators of motility initiation Gamete Research. 6: 327-342. DOI: 10.1002/Mrd.1120060405  0.712
1982 Clapper DL, Epel D. Sperm motility in the horseshoe crab. III. Isolation and characterization of a sperm motility initiating peptide Gamete Research. 6: 315-326. DOI: 10.1002/Mrd.1120060404  0.724
1981 Rapraeger AC, Epel D. The appearance of an extracellular arylsulfatase during morphogenesis of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Developmental Biology. 88: 269-78. PMID 7308576 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(81)90170-6  0.67
1981 Carroll EJ, Epel D. Reevaluation of cell surface protein release at fertilization and its role in regulation of sea urchin egg protein synthesis. Developmental Biology. 87: 374-8. PMID 7286437 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(81)90160-3  0.314
1981 Johnson CH, Epel D. Intracellular pH of sea urchin eggs measured by the dimethyloxazolidinedione (DMO) method. The Journal of Cell Biology. 89: 284-91. PMID 7195903 DOI: 10.1083/Jcb.89.2.284  0.526
1981 Perry G, Epel D. Ca2+-stimulated production of H2O2 from naphthoquinone oxidation in Arbacia eggs. Experimental Cell Research. 134: 65-72. PMID 7195822 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(81)90463-8  0.405
1981 Epel D, Patton C, Wallace RW, Cheung WY. Calmodulin activates NAD kinase of sea urchin eggs: an early event of fertilization. Cell. 23: 543-9. PMID 6258805 DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(81)90150-1  0.351
1980 Epel D. Ionic triggers in the fertilization of sea urchin eggs. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 339: 74-85. PMID 6930834 DOI: 10.1111/J.1749-6632.1980.Tb15970.X  0.381
1979 Lambert CC, Epel D. Calcium-mediated mitochondrial movement in ascidian sperm during fertilization. Developmental Biology. 69: 296-304. PMID 36317 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(79)90293-8  0.503
1978 Epel D. Mechanisms of activation of sperm and egg during fertilization of sea urchin gametes. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 12: 185-246. PMID 27335 DOI: 10.1016/S0070-2153(08)60597-9  0.408
1978 Epel D, Paul M, Lopo A, Vacquier VD. NH4Cl and other weak bases in the activation of sea urchin eggs {reply} [34] Nature. 274: 190. DOI: 10.1038/274190b0  0.706
1977 Epel D. The program of fertilization. Scientific American. 237: 128-38. PMID 562535 DOI: 10.1038/Scientificamerican1177-128  0.39
1977 Carroll EJ, Byrd EW, Epel D. A novel procedure for obtaining denuded sea urchin eggs and observations on the role of the vitelline layer in sperm reception and egg activation. Experimental Cell Research. 108: 365-74. PMID 560975 DOI: 10.1016/S0014-4827(77)80043-8  0.769
1977 Collins F, Epel D. The role of calcium ions in the acrosome reaction of sea urchin sperm: regulation of exocytosis. Experimental Cell Research. 106: 211-22. PMID 15851 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(77)90258-0  0.598
1977 Epel D, Cross NL, Epel N. Flagellar motility is not involved in the incorporation of the sperm into the egg at fertilization Development Growth and Differentiation. 19: 15-21. DOI: 10.1111/J.1440-169X.1977.00015.X  0.663
1976 Fahey RC, Mikolajczyk SD, Meier GP, Epel D, Carroll EJ. The glutathione thiol-disulfide status in the sea urchin egg during fertilization and the first cell division cycle. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 437: 445-53. PMID 952928 DOI: 10.1016/0304-4165(76)90013-1  0.38
1976 Tegner MJ, Epel D. Scanning electron microscope studies of sea urchin fertilization. I. Eggs with vitelline layers. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 197: 31-57. PMID 939961 DOI: 10.1002/jez.1401970105  0.694
1976 Paul M, Johnson JD, Epel D. Fertilization acid of sea urchin eggs is not a consequence of cortical granule exocytosis. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 197: 127-33. PMID 939957 DOI: 10.1002/jez.1401970115  0.445
1975 Ziomek CA, Epel D. Polyspermy block of Spisula eggs is prevented by cytochalasin B. Science (New York, N.Y.). 189: 139-41. PMID 1173469 DOI: 10.1126/Science.1173469  0.347
1975 Carroll EJ, Epel D. Isolation and biological activity of the proteases released by sea urchin eggs following fertilization. Developmental Biology. 44: 22-32. PMID 1169178 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(75)90373-5  0.372
1975 Carroll EJ, Epel D. Elevation and hardening of the fertilization membrane in sea urchin eggs. Role of the soluble fertilization product. Experimental Cell Research. 90: 429-32. PMID 1167510 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(75)90332-8  0.326
1975 Johnson JD, Epel D. Relationship between release of surface proteins and metabolic activation of sea urchin eggs at fertilization. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 72: 4474-8. PMID 1060128 DOI: 10.1073/Pnas.72.11.4474  0.335
1975 Paul M, Epel D. Formation of fertilization acid by sea urchin eggs does not require specific cations. Experimental Cell Research. 94: 1-6. PMID 242 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(75)90524-8  0.508
1974 Finegold L, Baker EA, Epel D. Sea urchin egg fertilization studied with a fluorescent probe (ANS). Experimental Cell Research. 86: 248-52. PMID 4858356 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(74)90710-1  0.337
1974 Korn LJ, Vacquier VD, Epel D. Further studies on the glucose inhibition of beta-1,3-glucanohydrolase increase during gut differentiation of sand dollar larvae. Developmental Biology. 36: 1-7. PMID 4822835 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(74)90186-9  0.759
1974 Epel D, Steinhardt R, Humphreys T, Mazia D. An analysis of the partial metabolic derepression of sea urchin eggs by ammonia: the existence of independent pathways. Developmental Biology. 40: 245-55. PMID 4609819 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(74)90127-4  0.739
1974 Steinhardt RA, Epel D. Activation of sea-urchin eggs by a calcium ionophore. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 71: 1915-9. PMID 4525301 DOI: 10.1073/Pnas.71.5.1915  0.352
1974 Steinhardt RA, Epel D, Carroll EJ, Yanagimachi R. Is calcium ionophore a universal activator for unfertilised eggs? Nature. 252: 41-3. PMID 4473722 DOI: 10.1038/252041A0  0.362
1974 Houk MS, Epel D. Protein synthesis during hormonally induced meiotic maturation and fertilization in starfish oocytes. Developmental Biology. 40: 298-310. PMID 4430410 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(74)90132-8  0.781
1973 Vacquier VD, Tegner MJ, Epel D. Protease released from sea urchin eggs at fertilization alters the vitelline layer and aids in preventing polyspermy. Experimental Cell Research. 80: 111-9. PMID 4798833 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(73)90281-4  0.771
1973 Tegner MJ, Epel D. Sea urchin sperm-egg interactions studied with the scanning electron microscope. Science (New York, N.Y.). 179: 685-8. PMID 4734353 DOI: 10.1126/Science.179.4074.685  0.666
1973 Miller JH, Epel D. Studies of oogenesis in Urechis caupo. II. Accumulation during oogenesis of carbohydrate, RNA, microtubule protein, and soluble, mitochondrial, and lysosomal enzymes. Developmental Biology. 32: 331-44. PMID 4363873 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(73)90245-5  0.349
1973 Muchmore D, Epel D. The effects of chlorination of wastewater on fertilization in some marine invertebrates Marine Biology. 19: 93-95. DOI: 10.1007/BF00353579  0.361
1972 Vacquier VD, Tegner MJ, Epel D. Protease activity establishes the block against polyspermy in sea urchin eggs. Nature. 240: 352-3. PMID 4570497 DOI: 10.1038/240352a0  0.789
1972 Vacquier VD, Epel D, Douglas LA. Sea urchin eggs release protease activity at fertilization. Nature. 237: 34-6. PMID 4555435 DOI: 10.1038/237034a0  0.677
1972 Epel D. Activation of an Na + -dependent amino acid transport system upon fertilization of sea urchin eggs. Experimental Cell Research. 72: 74-89. PMID 4337147 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(72)90569-1  0.388
1971 Fedecka-Bruner B, Anderson M, Epel D. Control of enzyme synthesis in early sea urchin development: aryl sulfatase activity in normal and hybrid embryos. Developmental Biology. 25: 655-71. PMID 5126203 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(71)90010-8  0.8
1971 Vacquier VD, Korn LJ, Epel D. The appearance of -amylase activity during gut differentiation in sand dollar plutei. Developmental Biology. 26: 393-9. PMID 5118743 DOI: 10.1016/0012-1606(71)90071-6  0.771
1971 Paul M, Epel D. Fertilization-associated light-scattering changes in eggs of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Experimental Cell Research. 65: 281-8. PMID 5102890 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(71)90003-6  0.46
1970 Epel D. Methods for removal of the vitelline membrane of sea urchin eggs. II. Controlled exposure to trypsin to eliminate post-fertilization clumping of embryos. Experimental Cell Research. 61: 69-70. PMID 5464475 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(70)90258-2  0.316
1970 Epel D, Weaver AM, Mazia D. Methods for revoval of the vitelline membrane of sea urchin eggs. I. Use of dithiothreitol (Cleland Reagent). Experimental Cell Research. 61: 64-8. PMID 5464474 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(70)90257-0  0.717
1969 Epel D, Weaver AM, Muchmore AV, Schimke RT. Beta-1,3-glucanase of sea urchin eggs: release from particles at fertilization. Science (New York, N.Y.). 163: 294-6. PMID 5812533 DOI: 10.1126/Science.163.3864.294  0.622
1969 Epel D. Does ADP regulate respiration following fertilization of sea urchin eggs? Experimental Cell Research. 58: 312-8. PMID 5408617 DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(69)90510-2  0.367
1969 Muchmore AV, Epel D, Weaver AM, Schimke RT. Purification and properties of an exo-beta-D-1,3-glucanase from sea urchin eggs. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 178: 551-60. PMID 4977543 DOI: 10.1016/0005-2744(69)90224-1  0.649
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