Scott Holley Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
Departments & Organizations
Somitogenesis, Body Elongation, Morphogenesis, Developmental Gene Networks, Embryo Biomechanics more...
- Ph.D., University of Chicago,
- Trofka, A., Schwendinger-Schreck, J., Brend, T., Pontius, W., Emonet, T., Holley, S.A. 2012. The Her7 node modulates the network topology of the zebrafish segmentation clock via sequestration of the Hes6 hub. Development 139: 940-7.
- Jülich, D., Mould, A.P., Koper, E., and Holley, S.A. 2009. Control of extracellular matrix assembly along tissue boundaries via Integrin and Eph/Ephrin signaling. Development 136: 2913-2921.
- Zhang, L., Kendrick, C., Jülich, D., and Holley, S.A. 2008. Cell cycle progression is required for zebrafish somite morphogenesis but not segmentation clock function. Development 135: 2065-2070.