David G. Capco
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The nuclear matrix: three-dimensional architecture and protein composition
DG Capco, KM Wan, S Penman
Cell 29 (3), 847-858, 1982
Toxicity and cellular responses of intestinal cells exposed to titanium dioxide
BA Koeneman, Y Zhang, P Westerhoff, Y Chen, JC Crittenden, DG Capco
Cell Biology and Toxicology 26, 225-238, 2010
The expression and stage-specific localization of protein kinase C isotypes during mouse preimplantation development
CM Pauken, DG Capco
Developmental biology 223 (2), 411-421, 2000
Three-dimensional digital library system
A Razdan, J Rowe, D Collins, G Farin, P McCartney, G Nielson, A Simon, ...
US Patent App. 10/510,326, 2005
Activators of protein kinase C trigger cortical granule exocytosis, cortical contraction, and cleavage furrow formation in Xenopus laevis oocytes and eggs.
WM Bement, DG Capco
The Journal of cell biology 108 (3), 885-892, 1989
A new method of preparing embeddment-free sections for transmission electron microscopy: applications to the cytoskeletal framework and other three-dimensional networks.
DG Capco, G Krochmalnic, S Penman
The Journal of cell biology 98 (5), 1878-1885, 1984
Activation of protein kinase C after fertilization is required for remodeling the mouse egg into the zygote
GI Gallicano, RW McGaughey, DG Capco
Molecular Reproduction and Development: Incorporating Gamete Research 46 (4 …, 1997
Regulation of cell adhesion during embryonic compaction of mammalian embryos: Roles for PKC and β‐catenin
CM Pauken, DG Capco
Molecular Reproduction and Development: Incorporating Gamete Research 54 (2 …, 1999
Food grade titanium dioxide disrupts intestinal brush border microvilli in vitro independent of sedimentation
JJ Faust, K Doudrick, Y Yang, P Westerhoff, DG Capco
Cell biology and toxicology 30, 169-188, 2014
Transient localizations of messenger RNA in Xenopus laevis oocytes
DG Capco, WR Jeffery
Developmental biology 89 (1), 1-12, 1982
Protein kinase C acts downstream of calcium at entry into the first mitotic interphase of Xenopus laevis.
WM Bement, DG Capco
Cell regulation 1 (3), 315-326, 1990
Cytoplasmic and nuclear architecture in cells and tissue: form, functions, and mode of assembly
S Penman, A Fulton, D Capco, AB Ze'ev, S Wittelsberger, CF Tse
Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 46, 1013-1028, 1982
Calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II and calmodulin: regulators of the meiotic spindle in mouse eggs
J Johnson, BM Bierle, GI Gallicano, DG Capco
Developmental biology 204 (2), 464-477, 1998
Protein kinase C, a pivotal regulator of hamster egg activation, functions after elevation of intracellular free calcium
GI Gallicano, SM Schwarz, RW McGaughey, DG Capco
Developmental biology 156 (1), 94-106, 1993
Transformation of the amphibian oocyte into the egg: structural and biochemical events
WM Bement, DG Capco
Journal of electron microscopy technique 16 (3), 202-234, 1990
Mitotic architecture of the cell: the filament networks of the nucleus and cytoplasm.
DG Capco, S Penman
The Journal of cell biology 96 (3), 896-906, 1983
PKC‐A pivotal regulator of early development
GI Gallicano, MC Yousef, DG Capco
Bioessays 19 (1), 29-36, 1997
Differential accumulation and localization of maternal poly (A)-containing RNA during early development of the ascidian, Styela
WR Jeffery, DG Capco
Developmental Biology 67 (1), 152-166, 1978
CRISPR/Cas9 and mitochondrial gene replacement therapy: promising techniques and ethical considerations
S Fogleman, C Santana, C Bishop, A Miller, DG Capco
American journal of stem cells 5 (2), 39, 2016
Protein kinase M, the cytosolic counterpart of protein kinase C, remodels the internal cytoskeleton of the mammalian egg during activation
GI Gallicano, RW McGaughey, DG Capco
Developmental Biology 167 (2), 482-501, 1995
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