David M. Hudson - Publications

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk 
Marine Physiology, Animal Behavior, Marine Ecology, Biogeography, Climate Change

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2021 Hudson DM, Archer M, Rai J, Weis M, Fernandes RJ, Eyre DR. Age-related type I collagen modifications reveal tissue-defining differences between ligament and tendon. Matrix Biology Plus. 12: 100070. PMID 34825162 DOI: 10.1016/j.mbplus.2021.100070  1
2021 McAlinden A, Hudson DM, Fernandes AA, Ravindran S, Fernandes RJ. Biochemical and immuno-histochemical localization of type IIA procollagen in annulus fibrosus of mature bovine intervertebral disc. Matrix Biology Plus. 12: 100077. PMID 34337380 DOI: 10.1016/j.mbplus.2021.100077  0.01
2021 Grol MW, Haelterman NA, Lim J, Munivez EM, Archer M, Hudson DM, Tufa SF, Keene DR, Lei K, Park D, Kuzawa CD, Ambrose CG, Eyre DR, Lee BH. Tendon and motor phenotypes in the mouse model of recessive Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Elife. 10. PMID 34036937 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.63488  1
2020 Zapp C, Obarska-Kosinska A, Rennekamp B, Kurth M, Hudson DM, Mercadante D, Barayeu U, Dick TP, Denysenkov V, Prisner T, Bennati M, Daday C, Kappl R, Gräter F. Mechanoradicals in tensed tendon collagen as a source of oxidative stress. Nature Communications. 11: 2315. PMID 32385229 DOI: 10.1038/S41467-020-15567-4  0.01
2018 Hudson DM, Archer M, King KB, Eyre DR. Glycation of type I collagen selectively targets the same helical domain lysine sites as lysyl oxidase- mediated cross-linking. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. PMID 30143533 DOI: 10.1074/jbc.RA118.004829  1
2018 Hudson DM, Sexton DJ, Wint D, Capizzano C, Crivello JF. Physiological and behavioral response of the Asian shore crab, , to salinity: implications for estuarine distribution and invasion. Peerj. 6: e5446. PMID 30128204 DOI: 10.7717/Peerj.5446  1
2017 Hudson DM, Weis M, Rai J, Joeng KS, Dimori M, Lee BH, Morello R, Eyre DR. P3h3-null and Sc65-null Mice Phenocopy the Collagen Lysine Under-hydroxylation and Cross-linking Abnormality of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type VIA. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. PMID 28115524 DOI: 10.1074/Jbc.M116.762245  1
2016 Hudson DM, Reagan D, Crivello JF. Community shelter use in response to two benthic decapod predators in the Long Island Sound. Peerj. 4: e2265. PMID 27547570 DOI: 10.7717/Peerj.2265  1
2016 Heard ME, Besio R, Weis M, Rai J, Hudson DM, Dimori M, Zimmerman SM, Kamykowski JA, Hogue WR, Swain FL, Burdine MS, Mackintosh SG, Tackett AJ, Suva LJ, Eyre DR, et al. Sc65-Null Mice Provide Evidence for a Novel Endoplasmic Reticulum Complex Regulating Collagen Lysyl Hydroxylation. Plos Genetics. 12: e1006002. PMID 27119146 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pgen.1006002  1
2015 Hudson DM, Joeng KS, Werther R, Rajagopal A, Weis M, Lee BH, Eyre DR. Post-translationally abnormal collagens of prolyl 3-hydroxylase-2 null mice offer a pathobiological mechanism for the high myopia linked to human LEPREL1 mutations. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 290: 8613-22. PMID 25645914 DOI: 10.1074/Jbc.M114.634915  1
2014 Hudson DM, Werther R, Weis M, Wu JJ, Eyre DR. Evolutionary origins of C-terminal (GPP)n 3-hydroxyproline formation in vertebrate tendon collagen Plos One. 9. PMID 24695516 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0093467  1
2013 Hudson DM, Eyre DR. Collagen prolyl 3-hydroxylation: A major role for a minor post-translational modification? Connective Tissue Research. 54: 245-251. PMID 23772978 DOI: 10.3109/03008207.2013.800867  1
2012 Hudson DM, Kim LS, Weis M, Cohn DH, Eyre DR. Peptidyl 3-hydroxyproline binding properties of type I collagen suggest a function in fibril supramolecular assembly. Biochemistry. 51: 2417-24. PMID 22380708 DOI: 10.1021/bi2019139  1
2011 Hudson DM, Weis M, Eyre DR. Insights on the evolution of prolyl 3-hydroxylation sites from comparative analysis of chicken and xenopus fibrillar collagens Plos One. 6. PMID 21559283 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0019336  1
2011 Eyre DR, Weis M, Hudson DM, Wu JJ, Kim L. A novel 3-hydroxyproline (3Hyp)-rich motif marks the triple-helical C terminus of tendon type I collagen Journal of Biological Chemistry. 286: 7732-7736. PMID 21239503 DOI: 10.1074/jbc.C110.195768  1
2011 Hudson DM, Mattatall NR, Uribe E, Richards RC, Gong H, Ewart KV. Cystine-mediated oligomerization of the Atlantic salmon serum C-type lectin Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta - Proteins and Proteomics. 1814: 283-289. PMID 21109028 DOI: 10.1016/j.bbapap.2010.11.004  1
2010 Hudson DM, Curtis SB, Smith VC, Griffiths TA, Wong AY, Scudamore CH, Buchan AM, MacGillivray RT. Human hephaestin expression is not limited to enterocytes of the gastrointestinal tract but is also found in the antrum, the enteric nervous system, and pancreatic {beta}-cells. American Journal of Physiology. Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology. 298: G425-32. PMID 20019163 DOI: 10.1152/ajpgi.00453.2009  1
2010 Weis MA, Hudson DM, Kim L, Scott M, Wu JJ, Eyre DR. Location of 3-Hydroxyproline residues in collagen types I, II, III, and V/XI implies a role in fibril supramolecular assembly Journal of Biological Chemistry. 285: 2580-2590. PMID 19940144 DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M109.068726  1
2010 Reinhardt JF, Stefaniak LM, Hudson DM, Mangiafico J, Gladych R, Whitlatch RB. First record of the non-native light bulb tunicate Clavelina lepadiformis (Müller, 1776) in the northwest Atlantic Aquatic Invasions. 5: 185-190. DOI: 10.3391/Ai.2010.5.2.09  1
2009 Bleackley MR, Wong AY, Hudson DM, Wu CH, Macgillivray RT. Blood iron homeostasis: newly discovered proteins and iron imbalance. Transfusion Medicine Reviews. 23: 103-23. PMID 19304112 DOI: 10.1016/J.Tmrv.2008.12.001  1
2009 Yoon DJ, Chu DS, Ng CW, Pham EA, Mason AB, Hudson DM, Smith VC, MacGillivray RT, Kamei DT. Genetically engineering transferrin to improve its in vitro ability to deliver cytotoxins. Journal of Controlled Release : Official Journal of the Controlled Release Society. 133: 178-84. PMID 18992290 DOI: 10.1016/J.Jconrel.2008.10.006  1
2008 Hudson DM, Krisinger MJ, Griffiths TA, Macgillivray RT. Neither human hephaestin nor ceruloplasmin forms a stable complex with transferrin. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 103: 1849-55. PMID 18022819 DOI: 10.1002/Jcb.21566  1
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