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Mari Davidson

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentBiochemistry & Molecular Biology, College of Medicine
DivisionBiochemistry & Molecular Genetic Bio
AddressB405D Biomedical Research I
325 S. Elm St.
Mail Slot # 516
Little Rock AR 72205
Phone501-526-6590
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    R01GM081766     (WAHLS, WAYNE P)Aug 10, 2007 - May 31, 2019
    NIH/NIGMS
    Biochemistry of recombination in meiosis
    Role: Co-Investigator

    R01ES013787     (DAVIDSON, MARI K)Apr 1, 2005 - Mar 31, 2008
    NIH/NIEHS
    Molecular mechanisms of aneuploidy
    Role: Principal Investigator

    K01AR001991     (DAVIDSON, MARI K)Apr 10, 1996 - Mar 31, 2000
    NIH/NIAMS
    CADHERIN 5 AND ENDOTHELIAL JUNCTION
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Storey AJ, Wang HP, Protacio RU, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Targeted Forward Genetics: Population-Scale Analyses of Allele Replacements Spanning Thousands of Base Pairs in Fission Yeast. G3 (Bethesda). 2019 12 03; 9(12):4097-4106. PMID: 31597677.
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    2. Mukiza TO, Protacio RU, Davidson MK, Steiner WW, Wahls WP. Diverse DNA Sequence Motifs Activate Meiotic Recombination Hotspots Through a Common Chromatin Remodeling Pathway. Genetics. 2019 11; 213(3):789-803. PMID: 31511300.
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    3. Storey AJ, Wang HP, Protacio RU, Davidson MK, Tackett AJ, Wahls WP. Chromatin-mediated regulators of meiotic recombination revealed by proteomics of a recombination hotspot. Epigenetics Chromatin. 2018 10 29; 11(1):64. PMID: 30373637.
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    4. Protacio RU, Storey AJ, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Nonsense codon suppression in fission yeast due to mutations of tRNA(Ser.11) and translation release factor Sup35 (eRF3). Curr Genet. 2015 May; 61(2):165-73. PMID: 25519804.
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    5. Gao J, Kan F, Wagnon JL, Storey AJ, Protacio RU, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Rapid, efficient and precise allele replacement in the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Curr Genet. 2014 May; 60(2):109-19. PMID: 24026504.
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    6. Gao J, Wagnon JL, Protacio RM, Glazko GV, Beggs M, Raj V, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. A stress-activated, p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase-ATF/CREB pathway regulates posttranscriptional, sequence-dependent decay of target RNAs. Mol Cell Biol. 2013 Aug; 33(15):3026-35. PMID: 23732911.
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    7. Wahls WP, Davidson MK. New paradigms for conserved, multifactorial, cis-acting regulation of meiotic recombination. Nucleic Acids Res. 2012 Nov 01; 40(20):9983-9. PMID: 22904082.
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    8. Wahls WP, Davidson MK. DNA sequence-mediated, evolutionarily rapid redistribution of meiotic recombination hotspots. Genetics. 2011 Nov; 189(3):685-94. PMID: 22084420.
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    9. Kan F, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Meiotic recombination protein Rec12: functional conservation, crossover homeostatasis and early crossover/non-crossover decision. Nucleic acids research. 2011; 39(4):1460.
    10. Saraswati S, Block AS, Davidson MK, Rank RG, Mahadevan M, Diekman AB. Galectin-3 is a substrate for prostate specific antigen (PSA) in human seminal plasma. Prostate. 2011 Feb 01; 71(2):197-208. PMID: 20672323.
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    11. Kan F, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Meiotic recombination protein Rec12: functional conservation, crossover homeostasis and early crossover/non-crossover decision. Nucleic Acids Res. 2011 Mar; 39(4):1460-72. PMID: 21030440.
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    12. Wahls WP, Davidson MK. Discrete DNA sites regulate global distribution of meiotic recombination. Trends Genet. 2010 May; 26(5):202-8. PMID: 20381894.
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    13. Kim, A, Givens, JA, Wagnon, JL, Gao, J, Protacio, RM, Davidson MK, Wahls, WP. Targeted mRNA cleavage by a stress-activated, p38-ATF/CREB pathway. UAMS Student Research Day. 2010.
    14. Gao J, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Phosphorylation-independent regulation of Atf1-promoted meiotic recombination by stress-activated, p38 kinase Spc1 of fission yeast. PLoS One. 2009; 4(5):e5533. PMID: 19436749.
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    15. Gao J, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Phosphorylation-independent regulation of Atf1-promoted meiotic recombination by stress-activated, p38 kinase Spc1. PLoS ONE. 2009; 4(5):e5533.
    16. Wahls WP, Davidson MK. Low-copy episomal vector pFY20 and high-saturation coverage genomic libraries for the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Yeast. 2008 Sep; 25(9):643-50. PMID: 18613214.
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    17. Wahls WP, Siegel ER, Davidson MK. Meiotic recombination hotspots of fission yeast are directed to loci that express non-coding RNA. PLoS One. 2008 Aug 06; 3(8):e2887. PMID: 18682829.
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    18. Gao J, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Distinct regions of ATF/CREB proteins Atf1 and Pcr1 control recombination hotspot ade6-M26 and the osmotic stress response. Nucleic Acids Res. 2008 May; 36(9):2838-51. PMID: 18375981.
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    19. Bradshaw, LM, Wahls, WP, Davidson, MK. Epistatic Analysis of the role of RNA interference enzymes in homologous recombination. Arkansas Academy of Science. 2008.
    20. Steed, K, Davidson, MK. Analysis of the effects of single strand DNA nicks and double strand DNA cuts on the initiation of homologous recombination. UAMS Student Research Forum. 2008.
    21. Bradshaw, L, Wahls, WP, Davidson, MK. RNAi mutations alter meiotic recombination at multiple genetic loci across the S. pombe genome. UAMS Student Research Forum. 2008.
    22. Steed, K, Davidson, MK. Analysis of the Effects of Single Strand DNA Nicks and Double Strand DNA Cuts on the Initiation of Homologous Recombination. Arkansas Academy of Science. 2008.
    23. Wagnon, J, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. Processed mRNA, Regulated by P38 Kinase and ATF/CREB roteins, is required for Hotspot Meiotic Recombination. 92nd Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2008.
    24. Wagnon, J, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. Ade6-m26 Hotspot RNA or Its Formation is Required for Hotspot Activation in Fission Yeast. UAMS Graduate Student Research Week. 2008.
    25. Gao, J, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. Distinct domains and dimers of CREB/ATF proteins Atf1 and Pcr1 control recombination hotspot ade6-M26 and the osmotic stress response. UAMS Graduate Student Research Week. 2007.
    26. Gao J, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Distinct domains of Atf1-Pcr1 heterofdimer activate and repress hotspot meiotic recombination and osmoregulation. American Society for biochemistry and Molecular Biology Annual Meeting. 2007.
    27. Wahls WP, Wagnon JL, Protacio RMU, Davidson MK. RNA metabolism positions Rec12 (Spo11)-catalyzed meiotic recombination in fission yeast. FASEB meeting on Genetic Recombination and Genome Rearrangements. 2007.
    28. Gao J, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Domains of CREB/ATF heterodimer Atf1-Pcr1 that trans-activate recombination hotspot ade6-M26. 91th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2007.
    29. Gao J, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Distinct domains and dimers of CREB/ATF proteins Atf1 and Pcr1 control recombination hotspot ade6-M26 and the osmotic stress response. UAMS Graduate Student Research Week. 2007.
    30. Gao, J, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. Distinct domains and dimers of ATF/CREB proteins Atf1 and Pcr1 control recombination hotspot ade6-M26 and the osmotic stress response. FASEB meeting on Genetic Recombination and Genome Rearrangements. 2007.
    31. Gao, J, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. Domains of CREB/ATF heterodimer Atf1-Pcr1 that trans-activate recombination hotspot ade6-M26. 91st Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2007.
    32. Gao J, Davidson K, Wahls, WP. Distinct domains and dimers of ATF/CREB proteins Atf1 and Pcr1 control recombination hotspot ade6-M26 and the osmotic stress response. FASEB. 2007.
    33. McCumpsey, KL, Wahls, WP, Davidson M. Can Single Strand DNA nicks initiate recombination. 91th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2007.
    34. McCumpsey KL, Wahls WP, Davidson MK. Can Single Strand DNA nicks initiate recombination. 91st Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2007.
    35. Bradshaw LM, Wahls WP, Davidson MK. Does RNA Metabolism play a role in Recombination. 91th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2007.
    36. Wahls, WP, DeWall, KM, Kan, F, Protacio, RMU, Davidson M. Purification, composition, and functions of a 1.5 megadalton Meiotic Recombination Complex from fission yeast. Southeast Regional Yeast Meeting. 2006.
    37. Wagnon, JL, Davidson M. Trans-activation of meiotic recombination by RNA. Southeast Regional Yeast Meeting. 2006.
    38. Wagnon JL, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Trans-activation of meiotic recombination by RNA. Southeast Regional Yeast Meeting. 2006.
    39. Wahls WP, DeWall KM, Kan F, Protacio RMU, Davidson MK. Purification, composition, and functions of a 1.5 megadalton Meiotic Recombination Complex from fission yeast. Southeast Regional Yeast Meeting. 2006.
    40. Gao, J, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. Distinct domains of Atf1-Pcr1 heterodimer activate and repress hotspot meiotic recombination and osmoregulation in Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Meeting. 2006.
    41. Gao, J, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. Trans-activation of a meiotic homologous recombination hotspot in ade6 of Schizosaccharomyces pombe by chimeric protein Gal4BD-Atf1. 90th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2006.
    42. Wagnon, JL, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. A hotspot mRNA trans-activates meiotic homologous recombination in fission yeast. 90th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2006.
    43. Wagnon JL, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Trans-activation of meiotic recombination by mRNA. University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Research Week. 2006.
    44. Wagnon JL, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. A hotspot mRNA trans-activates meiotic homologous recombination in fission yeast. 90th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2006.
    45. Saraswati, S, Block, AS, Davidson M, Diekman, AB. Galectin-3 proteolysis in human seminarl plasma and prostosomes: identification of a potential regulatory mechanism of galectin-3 function in seman. J Andrology. 2006.
    46. Gao, J, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. Protein Chimeras as a tool to elucidate the role of Atf1 in meiotic homologous recombination hotspot activation. Southeast Regional Yeast Meeting. 2006.
    47. Gao J, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Protein Chimeras as a tool to elucidate the role of Atf1 in meiotic homologous recombination hotspot activation. Southeast Regional Yeast Meeting. 2006.
    48. Wahls, WP, DeWall, KM, Kan, F, Protacio, RMU, Davidson M. Purification, composition, and functions of a 1.5 megadalton Meiotic Recombination Complex from fission yeast. 90th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2006.
    49. Wahls WP, DeWall KM, Kan F, Protacio RMU, Davidson MK. Purification, composition and functions of a 1.5 megadalton Meiotic Recombination Complex from fission yeast. 90th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2006.
    50. Gao J, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Trans-activation of a meiotic homologous recombination hotspot in ade6 of Schizosaccharomyces pombe by chimeric protein Gal4BD-Atf1. 90th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2006.
    51. DeWall KM, Davidson MK, Sharif WD, Wiley CA, Wahls WP. A DNA binding motif of meiotic recombinase Rec12 (Spo11) defined by essential glycine-202, and persistence of Rec12 protein after completion of recombination. Gene. 2005 Aug 15; 356:77-84. PMID: 16009511.
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    52. Edmondson RD, DeWall KM, Sharif WD, Davidson MK, Wiley C, Jones RC, Wahls WP. Meiotic recombinase Rec12 (Spo11) exits in a 1.5 megadalon protein complex and a precise stoichiometry of factors is required for function in vivo. FASEB meeting on Genetic Recombination and Genome rearrangements. 2005.
    53. DeWall KM, Sharif WD, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Meiotic origins of Aneupoloidy: The role of recombination. Research Symposium, Arkansas Biosciences Institute. 2005.
    54. Gao J, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Multiple functional domains of meiotic regulator protein Atf1 in fission yeast S. pombe. 89th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2005.
    55. Davidson MK, Young N, Glick GG, Wahls WP. Meiotic Chromosome segregation mutants identified by insertional mutagenesis of fission yeast Shizosaccharomyces pombe: Tandem-repeat, single-site integrations. Research Symposium, Arkansas Biosciences Institute. 2005.
    56. Wagnon JL, Davidson MK, Glick GG, Wahls WP. Ade6-M26 mRNA activates meiotic recombination at the ade6 gene of S. pombe. 89th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2005.
    57. Wahls WP, DeWall KM, Davidson MK. Mapping of ssDNA nicks within dsDNA genomes by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis. J Ark Acad Sci. 2005; 59:178-186.
    58. Wu H, Gao J, Sharif WD, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Purification, folding, and characterization of Rec12 (Spo11) meiotic recombinase of fission yeast. Protein Expr Purif. 2004 Nov; 38(1):136-44. PMID: 15477092.
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    59. Davidson MK, Shandilya HK, Hirota K, Ohta K, Wahls WP. Atf1-Pcr1-M26 complex links stress-activated MAPK and cAMP-dependent protein kinase pathways via chromatin remodeling of cgs2+. J Biol Chem. 2004 Dec 03; 279(49):50857-63. PMID: 15448137.
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    60. Davidson MK, Young NP, Glick GG, Wahls WP. Meiotic chromosome segregation mutants identified by insertional mutagenesis of fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe; tandem-repeat, single-site integrations. Nucleic Acids Res. 2004; 32(14):4400-10. PMID: 15316103.
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    61. Davidson MK, Wu H, Gao J, Sharif WD, Glick GG, Yamada T, Mizuno K-I, Wahls WP. Functions of Miotic recombinase Rec12 (Spo11). Third International Fission Yeast Meeting. 2004.
    62. Wahls WP, Wu H, Gao J, Yamada T, Mizuno K-I, Shibata T, Davidson MK. Initiation of meiotic recombination in fission yeast: From chromatin remodeling to catalysis of double-strand DNA breaks. Gordon Research Conference on Meiosis. 2004.
    63. DeWall KM, Davidson MK, Sharif WD, Wahls WP. A two dimensional electrophoresis assay to detect meiotically induced single-stranded DNA nicks in genomic DNA. 88th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2004.
    64. DeWall KM, Davidson MK, Wiley C, Edmondson RD, Jones RC, Wahls WP. Meiotic recombinase Rec12 functions in a 1.5 megadalton protein complex. Research Symposium, Arkansas Biosciences Institute. 2004.
    65. Wu H, Gao J, Sharif WD, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. A combinatorial, factorial approach to refolding of recombinant Rec12 protein of fission yeast. 88th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2004.
    66. Davidson MK, Shandilya HK, Hirota K, Ohta K, Wahls WP. Atf1-Pcr1-m26 complex directly links stress-activated MAPK and PKA pathways via chromatin remodeling of cgs2+. Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Meeting. 2004.
    67. Draper BK, Komurasaki T, Davidson MK, Nanney LB. Epiregulin is more potent than EGF or TGF-alpha in promoting in vitro wound closure due to enhanced ERK/MAPK activation. J Cell Biochem. 2003; 89(6):1126 - 1137.
    68. Draper BK, Komurasaki T, Davidson MK, Nanney LB. Topical epiregulin enhances repair of murine excisional wounds. Wound Repair Regen. 2003; 11(3):188 - 197.
    69. Davidson MK, Shandilya HK, Hirota K, Ohta K, Wahls WP. Atf1-Pcr1-M26 complex directly links stress-activated MAPK and energy sensing PKA pathways via chromatin remoelding of cgs2+. 6th European Meiosis Meeting, EMBO Workshop on Meiosis. 2003.
    70. Sharif WD, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Recombinase Rec12 (Spo11) defines a meiosis I nondisjunction/distributive segregation checkpoint. 6th European Meiosis Meeting, EMBO Workshop on Meiosis. 2003.
    71. Davidson MK, Sharif WD, Wahls WP. Recombinase Rec12(Spo11) activates a meiosis I nondisjunction / distributive segregation checkpoint. 87th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting. 2003.
    72. Davidson MK, Shandilya HK, Hirota K, Wahls WP. Atf1-Pcr1-M26 complex directly links stress-activated MAPK and energy-sensing PKA pathways via chromatin remodeling of cgs2+. Gordon Research Conference on Plasmid and Chromosome Dynamics. 2003.
    73. Sharif WD, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Recombinase Rec12 (Spo11) defines a meiosis I nondisjunction/distributive segregation checkpoint. FASEB meeting on Genetic Recombination and Genome Rearrangements. 2003.
    74. Davidson MK, Shandilya HK, Hirota K, Ohta K, Wahls WP. Atf1-Pcr1-M26 complex directly links stress-activated MAPK and energy-sensing PKA pathways via chromatin remodeling of cgs2+. FASEB meeting on Genetic Recombination and Genome Rearrangements. 2003.
    75. Davidson MK, Shandilya HK, Hirota K, Ohta K, Wahls WP. Af1-Pcr1-m26 complex directly links stress-activated MAPK and PKA pathways via chromatin remodeling of cgs2+. 87th Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Academy of Science. 2003.
    76. Sharif WD, Glick GG, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Distinct functions of S. pombe Rec12 (Spo11) protein and Rec12-dependent crossover recombination (chiasmata) in meiosis I; and a requirement for Rec12 in meiosis II. Cell Chromosome. 2002 Sep 19; 1(1):1. PMID: 12437782.
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    77. Sharif WD, Glick GG, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Distinct functions of S. pombe Rec12 (Spo11) protein and Rec12-dependent crossover recombination (chiasmata) in meiosis I; and a requirement for Rec12 in meiosis II. Cell Chromosome. 2002; 1(1):1 - 14.
    78. Glick GG, Davidson MK, Kon N, Sharif WD, Ohta K, Mizuno K-I, Yamada T, Wahls WP. The ade6-M26 meiotic recombination hotspot: Synergistic interactions between the M26 DNA site and elements of the ade6 promoter Gordon Research Conference on Meiosis. 2002.
    79. Draper, BK, Komurasaki, T, Davidson M, Nanney, LB. Topical epiregulin enhances repair of full thickness murine excisional wounds. Society for Investigative Dermatology. 2002.
    80. Draper BK, Komurasaki T, Davidson MK, Nanney LB. Topical epiregulin enhances repair of full thickness excisional wounds. Society for Investigative Dermatology. 2002.
    81. Sharif, WD, Glick, GG, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. Multiple roles of S. pombe Rec12 (Spo11) protein in meiosis I, meiosis II, and activation of the ade6-M26 meiotic recombination hotspot. Gordon Research Conference on Meiosis. 2002.
    82. Draper BK, Davidson MK, Nanney LB. MMPs and TIMP-1 are differentially expressed between acute murine excisional and laser wounds. Lasers Surg Med. 2002; 30(2):106 - 116.
    83. Glick, GG, Davidson M, Kon, N, Sharif, WD, Ohta, K, Mizuno, KI, Yamada, T, Wahls, WP. The ade6-M26 meiotic recombination hotspot: Synergistic interactions between the M26 DNA site and elements of the ade6 promoter. Gordon Research Conference on Meiosis. 2002.
    84. Sharif, WD, Glick, GG, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. Pathways to aneuploidy. Distinct functions of S. pombe Rec12 protein and Rec12-dependent crossover recombination (chiasmata) in meiosis I; and a requirement for Rec12 in meiosis II. 2002.
    85. Sharif WD, Glick GG, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Multiple roles of S. pombe Rec12 (Spo11) protein in meiosis I, meiosis II and activation of the ade6-M26 meiotic recombination hotspot. 2002 Gordon Research Conference on Meiosis. 2002.
    86. Saraswati S, Block AS, Davidson MK, Diekman AB. Galectin-3 proteolysis in human seminarl plasma and prostosomes: identification of a potential regulatory mechanism of galectin-3 function in semen. 2002.
    87. Gao J, Davidson M, Wahls WP. Distinct domains of Atf1-Pcr1 heterodimer activate and repress hotspot meiotic recombination and osmoregulation in Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Meeting. 2002.
    88. Sharif WD, Glick GG, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Pathways to aneuploidy: Distinct functions of S. pombe Rec12-dependent crossover recombination (chiasmata) in meiosis I; and a requirement for Rec12 in meiosis II. 2002 Biosciences Institute Meeting. 2002.
    89. Draper BK, Komurasaki T, Nanney LB. Topical epiregulin enhances repair of full thickness murine excisional wounds. Society for Investigative Dermatology. 2002.
    90. Cardwell NL, Register S, Nanney LB, Davidson MK. Expression and distribution patterns for the ErbB2 receptor. 2001.
    91. Cardwell, NL, Register, S, Nanney, LB, Davidson M. Expression and distribution patterns for the ErbB2 receptor. Society for Investigative Dermatology. 2001.
    92. Nanney LB, Cardwell NL, Register S, Davidson M. Expression and distribution patterns for the Erb2 receptor. 2001.
    93. Lecanda F, Cheng SL, Shin CS, Davidson MK, Warlow P, Avioli LV, Civitelli R. Differential regulation of cadherins by dexamethasone in human osteoblastic cells. J Cell Biochem. 2000; 77(3):499 - 506.
    94. Nanney LB, Paulsen S, Davidson MK, Cardwell NL, Whitsitt JS, Davidson JM. Boosting epidermal growth factor receptor expression by gene gun transfection stimulates epidermal growth in vivo. Wound Repair Regen. 2000; 8(2):117 - 127.
    95. Davidson MK, Russ PK, Glick GG, Hoffman LH, Chang MS, Haselton FR. Reduced expression of the adherens junction protein cadherin-5 in a diabetic retina. Am J Ophthalmol. 2000; 129(2):267 - 269.
    96. Russ PK, Radel CG, Haselton FR, Davidson MK. VE-cadherinb, a Type II cadherin, but not Cadherin-4, a Type I cadherin, confers a functional barrier when expressed in ECV304 cells. 2000.
    97. Davidson MK, Russ PK, Glick GG, Hoffman LH, Haselton FR. Cadherin expression in the normal and diabetic retinal vasculature. (Invited speaker to the Joint European Research Meetings in Ophthalmology and Vision, La Palma Spain). 2000; 133.
    98. Ikpeazu C, Davidson MK, Halteman D, Browning PJ, Brandt SJ. Donor origin of circulating endothelial progenitors after allogeneic bone marrow transplantation. Biol Blood Marrow Transplant. 2000; 6(3A):301 - 308.
    99. Russ PK, Radel CG, Haselton FR, Glick GG, Davidson MK. A strategy to determine if endothelial specific cadherin-5 is necessary for endothelial barrier formation. 1999; A549.
    100. Davidson MK, Russ PK, Radel CG, Glick GG, FR Haselton. Cadherin-5 expression inn ECV304 cells promotes barrier formation. 1999; S465.
    101. Russ PK, Davidson MK, Hoffman LH, Haselton FR. Partial characterization of the human retinal endothelial cell tight and adherens junction complexes. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 1998; 39(12):2479 - 2485.
    102. Cheng SL, Lecanda F, Davidson MK, Warlow PM, Zhang SF, Zhang L, Suzuki S, St JT, Civitelli R. Human osteoblasts express a repertoire of cadherins, which are critical for BMP-2-induced osteogenic differentiation. J Bone Miner Res. 1998; 13(4):633 - 644.
    103. Obata S, Sago H, Mori N, Davidson M, St John T. A common protocadherin tail: Multiple protocadherins share the same sequence in their cytoplasmic domains and are expressed in different regions in the brain. 1998; 6(4):323-333.
    104. Russ PK, Davidson MK, Hoffman LH, Haselton FR. Expression of tight and adherens junction proteins in retinal microvessel endothelium. 1998; A84.
    105. Paulson SM, Davidson JM, Davidson MK, LB Nanney. Boosting of EGF receptors by gene gun stimulates epidermal growth in vivo. 1998.
    106. Obata, S, Sago, H, Mori, N, Rochelle, JM, Seldin, MF, Davidson M, St. John, TS, Taketani, S, Suzuki, ST. Protocadherin PCDH2 shows properties similar to, but distinct from, those of classical cadherins. J Cell Sci. 1998; (108):3765-3773.
    107. Nanney LB, Davidson MK, Gates RE, Kano M, King LE. Altered distribution and expression of protein tyrosine phosphatases in normal human skin as compared to squamous cell carcinomas. J Cutan Pathol. 1997; 24(9):521 - 532.
    108. Xu Y, Guo D-F, Davidson MK, Inagami T, Carpenter G. Interaction of the adaptor protein shc with the adhesion molecule cadherin. J Biol Chem. 1997; 373 (21):13463-13466.
    109. Nanney, LB, Davidson M, Gates, RE, Kano, M, King, LE. Altered distribution and expression of phosphotryosyl phosphatases in normal human skin as compared to squamous cell carcinomas. J Cutan Pathol. 1997; (24):521-532.
    110. Russ PK, Chang MS, Davidson MK, Haselton FR. Expression of N-cadherin and cadherins 5 and 11 in retinal microvessel endothelium. 1997; 3677.
    111. Civitelli R, Cheng SL, Zhang SF, Sheng LM, Warlow PM, Lacanda F. Human Osteoblasts express a changing repertoire of cadherins during differentiation. 1996.
    112. Nanney LB, Davidson MK, Gates RE, King LE, Jr. Differential distributions for phosphotyrosyl phosphatases in squamous cell carcinomas. 1996; 301.
    113. Xu Y, Guo DF, Davidson M, Inagami T, Carpenter G. In vitro interaction of adaptor protein shc with cell adhesion molecule cadherin. 1996; S1983.
    114. Nanney LB, Davidson MK, King, Jr LE, Gates RE. differential distributions for phosphotyrosyl phosphatases in squamous cells carinomas. 1996; 301.
    115. Davidson MK, Nanney LB. Analysis of the catenin repertoire in human dermal microvascular endothelial cells. 1996; 724.
    116. Davidson M, Harrison J, Furie MB. Endothelial Junctional Events during Neutrophil Transmigration. FASEB. 1995; J 9 (3) A269.
    117. Sago H, Kitagawa M, Obata S, Mori N, Taketani S, Rochelle JM, Seldin MF, Davidson M, St. John T, Suzuki ST. Cloning, expression, and chromosomal localization of a novel cadherin-related protein, protocadherin-3. Genomics. 1995; 29 (3):631-640.
    118. Obata S, Sago H, Mori N, Rochelle JM, Seldin MF, Davidson M, St John TS, Taketani S, Suzuki ST. Protocadherin PCDH2 shows properties similar to, but distinct from, those of classical caherins. J Cell Sci. 1995; 108:3765-3773.
    119. Cheng S, Zhang S, Warlow P, Davidson M, Suzuki S, Avioli L. Developmental expression of integrins and cadherins by human bone marrow stromal osteoprogenitor cells and osteoblasts. 1994; S151.
    120. Cheng S, Warlow P, Zhang S, Davidson M, Suzuki S, Avioli L, Civitelli R. Developmental expression of cell adhesion molecules (CAM) by osteoprogenitor bone marrow stromal cells (BMC). 1994; 132A.
    121. Tanihara H, Kido M, Obata S, Heimark R, Davidson M, St John T. Characterization of cadherin-4 and cadherin-5 reveals new features of cadherins. J Cell Science. 1994; 107:1697-1704.
    122. Civitelli R, Cheng S, Warlow P, Zhang S, Suzuki S, Davidson M. Molecular basis of cell-cell adhesion and communication in osteoblasts. 1994.
    123. Civitelli R, Cheng S, Warlow P, Davidson M, Suzuki S, Davidson M. Changing pattern of cadherin expression and communication during osteoblast differentiation. 1994; 79A (Abstract #457).
    124. Sano K, Tanihara H, Heimark R, Obata S, Davidson M, St John T, Taketani S, Suzuki S. Protocadherins: A large family of cadherin-related molecules in central nervous system. EMBO J. 1993; 12:2249-2256.
    125. Davidson M, LeBeau, M, Eddy, R, Shows, T, DiPietro, L, Kingzette, M, Hanly, WC. Genetic mapping of the human polymeric immunoglobulin receptor gene to chromosome 1q31-41. Cytogenet Cell Genet. 1988; 48:107-111.
    126. Davidson M, Lebeau M, Shows T, DiPietro L, Kingzette M, Hanly WC. Genetic mapping of the human polymeric immunoglobulin receptor gene to chromosome 1. Mid-West Autumn Immunology Conference 16. 1987; 16.
    127. Davidson M, Sogn, J, Kazdin, D, Horng, W, Dray, S, Gilman-Sachs, A. Partial amino acid sequence and genetic control of latent a2 allotype induced in rabbits by immunization with anti-a2 antibody. Immunol. 1986; 136:3724-3728.
    128. Davidson M, Sogn J, Kazdin D, Horng W, Dray S, Gilman-Sachs A. Partial amino acid sequence and genetic control of latent a22 allotype induced in a1a1 rabbits by immunization with anti-a2 ab. 1985; 1321.
    129. Wagnon, JL, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. Trans-activation of meiotic recombination by mRNA. University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Research Week.
    130. Shandilya HK, Davidson MK, Wahls WP. Zip1 protein binds to the M26 DNA site to mediate high copy suppression of atf1 null mutant phenotypes. 89th Arkansas Academy of Science Meeting.
    131. Davidson M, Harrison J, Furie MB. Endothelial Junctional Events during Neutrophil Transmigration. A269.
    132. Davidson MK, Shandilya HK, Sharif WD, Wahls, WP. Rec Re Dev Mol Cell Biol. Atf1.Pcr.M26 complex and nucleosome remodeling promote double-strand DNA break-induced meiotic recombination. 4.
    133. Radel CG, Russ PK, Glick GG, Haselton FR, Davidson MK. Expression of cadherin-5 in ECV304 endothleial cells increases barrier function. A529.
    134. Gao, J, Davidson M, Wahls, WP. Distinct domains of Atf1-Pcr1 heterodimer activate and repress hotspot meiotic recombination and osmoregulation. American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Annual Meeting.
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