Stockdale Lab In the Division of Oncology

Publications: Basic Sciences

1961 - 1979 | 1980 - 1989 | 1990 - 1999 | 2000 -


Stockdale, F.E., H. Holtzer, and J. Lash. An experimental analysis of the development of the spinal column. Response of dissociated somite cells. Acta Embryol. Morphol. Exp. 4:40-46, 1961.

Stockdale, F.E. and H. Holtzer. DNA synthesis and myogenesis. Exp. Cell Res. 24:508-520, 1961.

Stockdale, F.E., J. Abbott, S. Holtzer, and H. Holtzer. The loss of phenotypic traits by differentiated cells. Behavior of chondrocytes and their progeny in vitro. Dev. Biol. 7:293-302, 1963.

Stockdale, F.E., K. Okazaki, M. Nameroff, and H. Holtzer. 5-Bromodeoxyuridine: Effects on myogenesis in vitro. Science 146:533-535, 1964.

Glick, M.C. and F.E. Stockdale. Differences in glycosaminoglycans derived from chick embryo chondrocytes grown in vitro and in vivo. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 83:61-68, 1964.

Juergens, W., F.E. Stockdale, Y.J. Topper, and J. Elias. Hormone-dependent differentiation of mammary gland in vitro. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 54:629, 1965.

Stockdale, F.E., W. Juergens, and Y.J. Topper. A histological and biochemical study of hormone-dependent differentiation of mammary gland tissue in vitro. Dev. Biol. 13:266-281, 1966.

Stockdale, F.E. and Y.J. Topper. The role of DNA synthesis and mitosis in hormone-dependent differentiation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 56:1283- 1289, 1966.

Lockwood, D., F.E. Stockdale, and Y.J. Topper. Hormone-dependent differentiation of mammary gland: Sequence of action of hormones in relation to cell cycle. Science 156:945-946, 1967.

Lockwood, D., A.E. Voytovich, F.E. Stockdale, and Y.J. Topper. Insulin- dependent DNA polymerase and DNA synthesis in mammary epithelial cells in vitro. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 58:658-664, 1967.

Stockdale, F.E. Changing levels of DNA polymerase activity during the development of skeletal muscle tissue in vivo. Dev. Biol. 21:462-474, 1970.

Stockdale, F.E. DNA synthesis in differentiating skeletal muscle cells: Initiation by ultraviolet light. Science 171:1145-1147, 1971.

O'Neill, M.C. and F.E. Stockdale. A kinetic analysis of myogenesis in vitro. J. Cell Biol. 52:52-65, 1972.

Stockdale, F.E. and M.C. O'Neill. Repair DNA synthesis in differentiating embryonic muscle cells. J. Cell Biol. 52:589-597, 1972.

Ingwall, J.S., M.F. Morales, and F.E. Stockdale. Creatine and the control of myosin synthesis in differentiating skeletal muscle. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 69:2250-2253, 1972.

Wicha, M. and F.E. Stockdale. DNA-dependent DNA polymerases in differentiating embryonic muscle cells. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 48:1079-1087, 1972.

O'Neill, M.C. and F.E. Stockdale. Differentiation without cell division in cultured skeletal muscle. Dev. Biol. 29:410-418, 1972.

Stockdale, F.E. and M.C. O'Neill. DNA synthesis, mitosis, and skeletal muscle differentiation. In Vitro 8:212-227, 1972.

O'Neill, M.C. and F.E. Stockdale. 5-Bromodeoxyuridine inhibition of differentiation. Kinetics of inhibition and reversal in myoblasts. Dev. Biol. 37:117-132, 1974.

Hsueh, W. and F.E. Stockdale. Serum and insulin initiation of DNA synthesis in mammary gland epithelium in vitro. J. Cell. Physiol. 83:297-308, 1974.

Ingwall, J.S., C. Weiner, M.F. Morales, E. Davis, and F.E. Stockdale. Specificity of creatine in the control of muscle protein synthesis. J. Cell Biol. 63:145-151, 1974.

Cummins, E.P. and F.E. Stockdale. A search for preferential synthesis of specific nuclear DNAs during mammary gland development. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 65:472-477, 1975.

Hsueh, W. and F.E. Stockdale. Effects of serum on mammary epithelial proliferation in vitro during mammary gland development. J. Cell Biol. 66:243-250, 1975.

Brevet, A., E. Pinto, J. Peacock, and F.E. Stockdale. Myosin synthesis increased by electrical stimulation of skeletal muscle cell cultures. Science 193:1152-1154, 1976.

Grove, B.K. and F.E. Stockdale. Membrane function in differentiating skeletal muscle cells: I. Kinetic analysis of amino acid transport. Dev. Biol. 66:142-150, 1978.

Ptashne, K., H.W. Hsueh, and F.E. Stockdale. Partial purification and characterization of mammary stimulating factor, a protein which promotes proliferation of mammary epithelium. Biochemistry 18:3533-3539, 1979.


Ptashne, K., F.E. Stockdale, and S. Conlon. Initiation of DNA synthesis in mammary epithelium and mammary tumors by lithium ions. J. Cell. Physiol. 103:41-46, 1980.

Stockdale, F.E., H. Baden, and N. Raman. Slow muscle myoblasts differentiating in vitro synthesize both slow and fast myosin light chains. Dev. Biol. 82:168-171, 1981.

Stockdale, F.E., N. Raman, and H. Baden. Myosin light chains and the developmental origin of fast muscle. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 78:931-935, 1981.

Grove, B.K., G. Schwartz, and F.E. Stockdale. Quantitation of changes in cell surface determinants during skeletal muscle cell differentiation using monospecific antibody.
J. Supramol. Struct. Cell. Biochem. 17:147-152, 1981.

Rybak, S.M. and F.E. Stockdale. Growth effects of lithium chloride in BALB/c 3T3 fibroblasts and Madin-Darby canine kidney epithelial cells. Exp. Cell Res. 136:263-270, 198l.

Porzig, E.F. and F.E. Stockdale. Mammary serum factor initiates cell growth in 3T3 cell variants which are nonresponsive to EGF. Exp. Cell Res. 141:47- 52, 1982.

Crow, M.T., P.S. Olson, and F.E. Stockdale. Myosin light chain expression during avian muscle development. J. Cell Biol. 96:736-744, 1983.

Grove, B.K. and F.E. Stockdale. Regulation of membrane transport sites for amino acids in myogenic cells: a differentiation dependent phenomenon. Differentiation 24:48-54, 1983.

Crow, M.T. and F.E. Stockdale. Myosin isoforms and the cellular basis of skeletal muscle development. Expl. Biol. Med. 9:165-174, 1984.

Levine, J.F. and F.E. Stockdale. 3T3-L1 adipocytes promote the growth of mammary epithelium. Exp. Cell Res. 151:112-122, 1984.

Levine, J.F. and F.E. Stockdale. Cell-cell interactions promote mammary epithelial cell differentiation. J. Cell Biol. 100:1415-1422, 1985.

Miller, J.B., M.T. Crow, and F.E. Stockdale. Slow and fast myosin heavy chain content defines three types of myotubes in early muscle cell cultures. J. Cell Biol. 101:1643-1650, 1985.

Crow, M.T. and F.E. Stockdale. Myosin expression and specialization among the earliest muscle fibers of the developing avian limb. Dev. Biol. 113:238- 254, 1986.

Miller, D.M., F.E. Stockdale, and J. Karn. Immunological identification of the genes encoding the four myosin heavy chain isoforms of Caenorhabditis elegans. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 83:2305-2309, 1986.

Miller, J.B. and F.E. Stockdale. Developmental origins of skeletal muscle fibers: Clonal analysis of myogenic cell lineages based on fast and slow myosin heavy chain expression. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 83:3860-3864, 1986.

Miller, J.B. and F.E. Stockdale. Developmental regulation of the multiple myogenic cell lineages of the avian embryo. J. Cell Biol. 103:2197-2208, 1986.

Crow, M.T. and F.E. Stockdale. The developmental program of fast myosin heavy chain expression in avian skeletal muscles. Dev. Biol. 118:333-342, 1986.

Wiens, D.J., C.S. Park, and F.E. Stockdale. Milk protein expression and ductal morphogenesis in the mammary gland in vitro: Hormone dependent and independent phases of adipocyte-mammary epithelial cell interaction. Dev. Biol. 120:245-258, 1987.

Schafer, D.A., J.B. Miller, and F.E. Stockdale. Cell diversification within the myogenic lineage: In vitro generation of two types of myoblasts from a single myogenic progenitor cell. Cell 48:659-670, 1987.

Schafer, D.A. and F.E. Stockdale. Identification of sarcolemmal-associated antigens with differential distributions on fast and slow skeletal muscle fibers. J. Cell Biol. 104:967-979, 1987.

Evans, D., J. B. Miller, and F.E. Stockdale. Developmental patterns of expression and coexpression of myosin heavy chains in atria and ventricles of the avian heart. Dev. Biol. 127: 376-383, 1988.

Lamson G. and F.E. Stockdale. Developmental and muscle specific changes in methylation of the myosin light chain LC1 and LC3 promoters during avian myogenesis. Dev. Biol. 132:62-68, 1989.

Miller, J.B., S.B. Teal, and F.E. Stockdale. Evolutionarily conserved sequences of striated muscle myosin heavy chains: epitope mapping by cDNA expression. J. Biol. Chem. 264: 13122-13130, 1989.

Miller, J.B. and F.E. Stockdale. Multiple cellular processes regulate expression of slow myosin heavy chain isoforms during avian myogenesis in vitro. Dev. Biol 136:393-404, 1989.


Feldman, J.L. and F.E Stockdale. Skeletal muscle satellite cell diversity: satellite cells form fibers of different types in cell culture. Dev. Biol. 143:320-334, 1991.

Stockdale, F.E. Myogenic cell lineages. Dev. Biol.154:284-298, 1992.

Feldman, J.L. and F.E. Stockdale. Temporal appearance of satellite cells during myogenesis. Dev. Biol. 153:217-226, 1992.

Page, S., J.B. Miller, J.X. DiMario, J. Hager, A. Moser, and F.E. Stockdale. Developmentally regulated expression of three solw isoforms of myosin heavy chain: Diversity among the first fibers to form in avian muscle. Dev. Biol. 154:118-128, 1992.

DiMario, J.X., S. Fernyak, and F.E. Stockdale. Myoblasts transferred to the limbs of embryos are committed to specific fibre fates. Nature 362:165-167, 1993.

Buffinger, N. and F.E. Stockdale. Myogenic specification in somites: Induction by axial structures. Development 120:1443-1452, 1994.

Stockdale, F.E. Myogenesis - embryology to gene therapy. Trends Genet. 10:301-302, 1994.

DiMario, J.X. and F.E. Stockdale. Differences in the developmental fate of cultured and noncultured myoblasts when transplanted into embryonic limbs. Exp. Cell Res. 216:431-442, 1995.

Buffinger, N. and F.E. Stockdale. Myogenic specification in somites is mediated by diffusible factors. Dev. Biol. 169:96-108, 1995.

Nikovits, W., Jr., G.F. Wang, J. L. Feldman, J.B. Miller, R. Wade, L. Nelson, and F.E. Stockdale. Isolation and characterization of an avian slow myosin heavy chain gene expressed during embryonic skeletal muscle fiber formation. J. Biol. Chem. 271:17047-17056, 1996.

Wang, G.F., W. Nikovits, Jr., M. Schleinitz, and F.E. Stockdale. Atrial chamber-specific expression of the slow myosin heavy chain 3 gene in the embryonic heart. J. Biol. Chem. 271:19836-19845, 1996.

Stockdale, F.E. Mechanisms of formation of muscle fiber types. Cell Struct. Funct. 22:37-43, 1997.

DiMario, J. and F.E. Stockdale. Both myoblast lineage and innervation determine fiber type and are required for expression of the slow myosin heavy chain 2 gene. Dev. Biol. 188:167-180, 1997.

Wang, G.-F., W. Nikovits, Jr., M. Schleinitz, and F.E. Stockdale. A positive GATA element and a negative VDR-like element control atrial-specific expression of a slow myosin heavy chain gene during cardiac morphogenesis. Mol. Cell. Biol. 18:6023-6034, 1998. [Full Text]

Xavier-Neto, J., C.M. Neville, M.D. Shapiro, L. Houghton, G.F. Wang, W. Nikovits, Jr., F.E. Stockdale, and N. Rosenthal. A retinoic acid-inducible transgenic marker of sino-atrial development in the mouse heart. Development 126:2677-2687, 1999.

Cann, G. M., J. W. Lee and F.E. Stockdale. Sonic hedgehog enhances somite cell viability and formation of primary slow muscle fibers in avian segmented mesoderm. Anat. Embryol. 200:239-252, 1999.


Nikovits, W., Jr., G.M. Cann, R. Huang, B. Christ and F.E. Stockdale. The pattern of primary fast and slow muscle fibers within muscles is established independent of signals from the surrounding mesenchyme. Development 128:2537-2544, 2001.

Wang, G.F., W. Nikovits, Jr., Z.-Z. Bao and F.E. Stockdale. Irx4 forms an inhibitory complex with the Vitamin D and retinoic X receptor to regulate cardiac chamber-specific slow MyHC3 expression. J. Biol. Chem. 276:28835-28841, 2001.

Huang, R., D. Stolte, H. Kurz, F. Ehehalt, G.M. Cann, F.E. Stockdale, K. Patel, and B. Christ. Ventral axial organs regulate expression of myotomal Fgf-8 that influences rib development. Dev. Biol. 255:30-47, 2003.

Sacks, L., W. Nikovits, Jr., S. Conlon, N. Espinoza, and F.E. Stockdale. Regulation of myosin expression during myotome formation. Development 130:3391-3402, 2003.



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