Kao, Damian, Alvina G Lai, Evangelia Stamataki, Silvana Rosic, Nikolaos Konstantinides, Erin Jarvis, Alessia Di Donfrancesco, Natalia Pouchkina-Stancheva, Marie Semon, and Marco Grillo. 2016. The genome of the crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis, a model for animal development, regeneration, immunity and lignocellulose digestion. elife, 5: e20062.

Serano, Julia M, Arnaud Martin, Danielle M Liubicich, Erin Jarvis, Heather S Bruce, Konnor La, William E Browne, Jane Grimwood, and Nipam H Patel. 2016. Comprehensive analysis of Hox gene expression in the amphipod crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis. Developmental biology, 409: 297-309.

Martin, Arnaud, Julia M Serano, Erin Jarvis, Heather S Bruce, Jennifer Wang, Shagnik Ray, Carryn A Barker, Liam C O’Connell, and Nipam H Patel. 2016. CRISPR/Cas9 mutagenesis reveals versatile roles of Hox genes in crustacean limb specification and evolution. Current Biology, 26: 14-26.

Rebeiz, Mark, Nipam H Patel, and Veronica F Hinman. 2015. Unraveling the tangled skein: the evolution of transcriptional regulatory networks in development. Annual review of genomics and human genetics, 16: 103-31.

Stahl, Bethany A, Joshua B Gross, Daniel I Speiser, Todd H Oakley, Nipam H Patel, Douglas B Gould, and Meredith E Protas. 2015. A transcriptomic analysis of cave, surface, and hybrid isopod crustaceans of the species Asellus aquaticus. PLoS One, 10: e0140484.

Martin, Arnaud, Kyle J McCulloch, Nipam H Patel, Adriana D Briscoe, Lawrence E Gilbert, and Robert D Reed. 2014. Multiple recent co-options of Optix associated with novel traits in adaptive butterfly wing radiations. EvoDevo, 5: 7.

Dinwiddie, April, Ryan Null, Maria Pizzano, Lisa Chuong, Alexis Leigh Krup, Hwei Ee Tan, and Nipam H Patel. 2014. Dynamics of F-actin prefigure the structure of butterfly wing scales. Developmental biology, 392: 404-18.

Speiser, Daniel I, M Sabrina Pankey, Alexander K Zaharoff, Barbara A Battelle, Heather D Bracken-Grissom, Jesse W Breinholt, Seth M Bybee, Thomas W Cronin, Anders Garm, and Annie R Lindgren. 2014. Using phylogenetically-informed annotation (PIA) to search for light-interacting genes in transcriptomes from non-model organisms. BMC bioinformatics, 15: 350.

Hannibal, Roberta L, and Nipam H Patel. 2013. What is a segment? EvoDevo, 4: 35.

Hannibal, Roberta L, Alivia L Price, and Nipam H Patel. 2012. The functional relationship between ectodermal and mesodermal segmentation in the crustacean, Parhyale hawaiensis, Developmental biology. 361: 427-38.

Jarvis E, Bruce HS, Patel NH (2012) Evolving specialization of the arthropod nervous system. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109:10634–10639. [Jarvis 2012]

Hannibal RL, Price AL, Parchem RJ, Patel NH (2012) Analysis of snail genes in the crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis: insight into snail gene family evolution. Development Genes and Evolution 222:139–151. [Hannibal 2012b]

Chaw RC, Patel NH (2012) Independent migration of cell populations in the early gastrulation of the amphipod crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis. Developmental Biology 371:94–109. [Chaw 2012]

Patel NH (2012) Evolutionary crossroads in developmental biology. Development 139:2637–2638. [Patel 2012]

Hannibal RL, Price AL, Patel NH (2012) The functional relationship between ectodermal and mesodermal segmentation in the crustacean, Parhyale hawaiensis. Developmental Biology 361:427–438. [Hannibal 2012]

Protas ME, Trontelj P, Patel NH (2011) Genetic basis of eye and pigment loss in the cave crustacean, Asellus aquaticus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108:5702–5707. [Protas 2011]

Parchem RJ, Poulin F, Stuart AB, Amemiya CT, Patel NH (2010) BAC library for the amphipod crustacean, Parhyale hawaiensis. Developmental Biology 95:261–267. [Parchem 2010]

Price AL, Modrell MS, Hannibal RL, Patel NH (2010) Mesoderm and ectoderm lineages in the crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis display intra-germ layer compensation. Developmental Biology 341:256–266. [Price 2010]

Liu PZ, Patel NH (2010) giant is a bona fide gap gene in the intermediate germband insect, Oncopeltus fasciatus. Development 137:835–844. [Liu 2010]

Vargas-Vila MA, Hannibal RL, Parchem RJ, Liu PZ, Patel NH (2010) A prominent requirement for single-minded and the ventral midline in patterning the dorsoventral axis of the crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis. Development 137:3469–3476. [PDF]

Price, A.L., M.S. Modrell, R.L. Hannibal, N.H. Patel. (2009) Mesoderm and ectoderm lineages in the crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis display intra-germ layer compensation. Developmental Biology. [PDF]

Patel, N.H. (2009) Asymmetry with a twist. Nature462 (7274): 727-728. [PDF]

Liubicich, D.M., J. Serano, A. Pavlopoulos, Z. Kontarakis, M.E. Protas, E. Kwan, S. Chatterjee, K.D. Tran, M. Averof, N. Patel. (2009) Knockdown of Parhyale Ultrabithorax recapitulates evolutionary changes in crustacean appendage morphology. PNAS106 (33): 13892-13896. [PDF]

Pavlopoulos, A., Z. Kontarakis, D. Liubicich, J.M. Serano, M. Akam, N.H. Patel, M. Averof. (2009) Probing the evolution of appendage specialization by Hox gene misexpression in an emerging model crustacean. PNAS. 106 (33): 13897-13902. [PDF]

Rehm, E.J., R.L. Hannibal, R.C. Chaw, M.A. Vargas-Vila and N.H. Patel. (2009) The crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis: a new model for arthropod development. In “Emerging Model Organisms, A Laboratory Manual” (Gann, A. & D. Crotty, eds.) Cold Spring Harbor Press, Cold Spring Harbor,NY. pp. 373-404.

Patel, N.H., P. Liu (2009) Segmentation. In “Encyclopedia of Insects, 2nd Edition” (Resh, V.H. & R.T. Carde, eds.) Academic Press/Elsevier Science, London, UK. pp. 909-912[PDF]

Modrell, M.S., Price, A.L., Havemann, J., Extavour, C., Gerberding, M., Patel, N.H. Germcell replacement following ablation of primordial germ cells in Parhyale hawaiensis. Submitted.

Grande, C. and N.H. Patel (2009).  Nodal signaling is involved in left-right asymmetry in snails. Nature457:1007-1011. [PDF]

Lyons, J.W., Arnett, D., Choudhary, A.N., Colella, P., Cracraft, J.L., Dutton, J.A., Edwards, S.V., Erickson  III, D.J., Head-Gordon, T.L., Hernquist, L.E., Keller II, G.E., Patel, N.H., Rezac, M.E., Smith, R.B., Stone, J.M., Wooley, J.C. (2008). The Potential Impact of High-End Capability Computing On Four Illustrative Fields of Science and Engineering.  The National Academies Press. Washington D.C. pp.1-126. [PDF]

VanHook A., N.H. Patel. (2008) Crustaceans. Curr Biol. 18(13):R547-50. [PDF]

Stillman, J.H., Colbourne, J.K., Lee, C.E., Patel, N.H., Phillips, M.R., Towle, D.W., Eads, B.D., Gelembuik, G.W., Henry, M.R., Johnson, E.A., Pfender, M.E., Terwilliger, N.B. (2008). Recent advances in crustacean genomics. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 48(6) 852-868. [PDF]

Protas, M. and N.H. Patel. (2008). Evolution of Coloration Patterns. In Annual Reviews of Cell and Developmental Biology, Vol. 24. (Schekman, R., Goldstein, L., Rossant, J. eds.) Annual Reviews, Palo Alto, CA. pp. 425-446. [PDF]

Price, A.L., and N.H. Patel (2008) Investigating divergent mechanisms of mesoderm development in arthropods: the expression of Ph-twist and Ph-mef2 in Parhyale hawaiensis.Journal of Experimental Zoology B Molecular and Developmental Evolution. 310: 24-40 [PDF]

Parchem, R.J., M.W. Perry, N.H. Patel. (2007) Patterns on the insect wing. Current Opinions in Genetics and Development. 17: 300-308. [PDF]

Barton, N.H., Briggs, D.E.G., Eisen, J.A., Goldstein, D.B., Patel, N.H. (2007). Evolution. Cold Spring Harbor Press, New York. 831 pages. [Link for further information]

Patel, N.H. (2006) Evolutionary biology: how to build a longer beak. Nature442 (7102): 515-516. [PDF]

Giorgianni, M, and N.H. Patel. (2005) Conquering Land, Air and Water: The Evolution and Development of Arthropod Appendages. In “Evolving Form and Function: Fossils and Development” (Briggs, Derek .E.G. ed.) Peabody Museum of Natural History, New Haven, CT. pp.159-180. [PDF]

Aboobaker, A.A., P. Tomancak, N.H. Patel, G.M. Rubin, E.C. Lai. (2005) Drosophila microRNAs exhibit diverse spatial expression patterns during embryonic development. PNAS.102: 18017-18022. [PDF]

Davis, G.K., J.A. D’Alessio, N.H. Patel. (2005) Pax 3/7 genes reveal conservation and divergence in the arthropod segmentation hierarchy. Dev. Biol285: 169-184. [PDF]

Babbitt, C.C., and N.H. Patel. (2005) Relationships within the Pancrustacea: Examining the influence of additional Malacostracan 18S and 28S rDNA. In “Crustacea and Arthropod Relationships” (Koenemann, S. & R. A. Jenner, eds.) Taylor & Francis, Davis, CA. pp. 275-294.

Lucchetta E.M., J.H. Lee, L.A. Fu, N.H. Patel, R.F. Ismagilov. (2005) Dynamics of Drosophila embryonic patterning network perturbed in space and time using microfluidics. Nature.434:1134-1138. [PDF]

Browne W.E., A.L. Price, M. Gerberding, N.H. Patel. (2005) Stages of embryonic development in the amphipod crustacean, Parhyale hawaiensis. Genesis42:124-149.[PDF]

Oakley T.H., Z. Gu, E. Abouheif, N.H. Patel, W.H. Li. (2005) Comparative Methods for the Analysis of Gene Expression Evolution: An Example Using Yeast Functional Genomic Data. Mol. Biol. Evol. 22:40-50 [PDF]

Giorgianni, M.W. and N.H. Patel. (2004) Patterning of the branched head appendages in Schistocerca Americana and Tribolium castaneum. Evol Dev. 6: 402-410. [PDF]

Bergman, C.M., and N.H. Patel. (2004) Identifying changes in cis-regulatory evolution: approaches and implications. In “Evolution: From Molecules to Ecosystems” (Moya, A. & E. Font, eds.) Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. pp. 48-58.

Gerberding, M., N.H. Patel. (2004) Gastrulation in Crustaceans: Germ Layers and Cell Lineages. In “Gastrulation: From Cells to Embryo” (Claudio D. Stern, ed.) Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, pp. 79-89.

Price, A.L., N.H. Patel. (2004) The Evolution of Gastrulation: Cellular and Molecular Aspects. In “Gastrulation: From Cells to Embryo” (Claudio D. Stern, ed.) Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, pp. 695-701.

Patel N.H. (2004) Evolutionary Biology: Time, Space and Genomes. Nature 431: 28-29.[PDF]

Ting C.T., S.C.Tsaur, S.Sun,W.E. Browne, Y.C. Chen, N.H. Patel, C.I. Wu. (2004) Gene Duplication and speciation in Drosophila: evidence from the Odysseus Locus. Proc Natl Acad Sci U. S. A101: 12232-12235. [PDF]

Eichler, E. E. and N. H. Patel (2003) Genomes and evolution. From sequence to organism. Curr . Opin. Genet. Dev6:559-561. [PDF]

Fujioka, M., Lear, B.C., Landgraf, M., Yusibova, G.L., Zhou, J., Riley, K.M., Patel, N. H., and Jaynes, J. B. (2003) Even-skipped, acting as a repressor, regulates axonal projections in Drosophila, Development 22: 5385-5400. [PDF]

Patel, N.H. (2003) Segmentation. In “Encyclopedia of Insects” (Resh, V.H. & R.T. Carde, eds.) Academic Press/Elsevier Science, London, UK. pp. 1025-27.

Patel, N. H. (2003) The ancestry of segmentation. Dev. Cell 5:2-4. [PDF]

Davis, G.K., and N. H. Patel (2003) Playing by pair-rules? Bioessays25:425-429. [PDF]

Lall, S., Ludwig, M. Z., and N. H. Patel (2003). Nanos plays a conserved role in axial patterning outside of the diptera. Current Biology13:224-229. [PDF]

Gerberding, M., Browne, W.E., and N. H. Patel (2002) Cell lineage analysis of the amphipod crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis reveals an early restriction of cell fates. Development129:5789-5801. [PDF]

Fujioka, M., G.L. Yusibova, N. H. Patel, S. J. Brown, and J. B. Jaynes. (2002). The repressor activity of Even-skipped is highly conserved, and is sufficient to activate engrailed and to regulate both the spacing and stability of parasegment boundaries. Development 129: 4411-4421. [PDF]

Davis, G.K. and N.H. Patel (2002). Short, long and beyond: molecular and embryological aproaches to insect segmentation. Annual Reviews of Entomology 47:669-699. [PDF]

Patel, N.H. and S. Lall (2002). Precision patterning. Nature 415: 748-749. [PDF]

Gerberding, M. and N. H. Patel (2002) Developmental biologists cast a net over sequenced genomes. Genome Biol. 3:Reports4032. [PDF]

Duman-Scheel, M., N. Pirkl, and N. H. Patel (2002). Analysis of the expression pattern of Mysidium columbiae wingless provides evidence for conserved mesodermal and retinal patterning processes among insects and crustaceans. Dev. Genes Evol212:114-123. [PDF]

Lall, S. and N.H. Patel (2001). Conservation and divergence in molecular mechanisms of axis formation. Annual Reviews of Genetics 35:407-437. [PDF]

Takahashi, Y., N. Osumi, and N.H. Patel (2001). Body Patterning. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA98: 12338-12339.[PDF]

Davis, G.K., Jaramillo, C.A. and Patel, N.H. (2001). Pax group III genes and the evolution of pair rule pattern. Development128: 3445-3458. [PDF]

Patel, N. H., D.C. Hayward, S. Lall, N. Pirkl, D. DiPietro and E.E. Ball. (2001). Grasshopper hunchback expression reveals conserved and novel aspects of axis formation and segmentation.Development128:3459-3472. [PDF]

Patel N.H. and V.E. Prince (2000) Beyond the Hox complex. Genome Biol. 1:1027.1-4. [PDF]

Ma L., N. Tamarina, Y. Wang, A. Kuznetsov, N. Patel, C. Kending, B.J. Hering, and L.H. Philipson (2000). Baculovirus-mediated gene transfer into pancreatic islet cells. Diabetes 49:1986-1991. [PDF]

Browne, W.E., and Patel, N.H. (2000) Molecular genetics of crustacean feeding appendage development and diversification. Semin. Cell. Dev. Biol. 11: 427-435. [PDF]

Patel, N. H. (2000). It’s a bug’s life. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 97: 4442-4444. [PDF]

Ludwig, M.Z., C. Bergman, N. H. Patel, and M Kreitman (2000). Evidence for stabilizing selection in a eukaryotic cis-regulatory element. Nature403: 564-567. [PDF]

Davis, G.K., and N. H. Patel (1999). The origin and evolution of segmentation. Trends Genet.,15: M68-M72 (special joint millennium issue with TIBS & TCB). [PDF]

Oppenheimer, D.I., A.M. MacNicol, and N.H. Patel (1999). Functional conservation of wingless/engrailed interaction demonstrated by a widely applicable baculovirus misexpression system. Current Biology9: 1288-1296. [PDF]

Duman-Scheel, M., and N.H. Patel (1999). Analysis of molecular marker expression reveals neuronal homology in distantly related arthropods. Development 126: 2327-2334. [PDF]

Lear, B.C., J.B. Skeath, and N.H. Patel (1999). Neural cell fate in rca1 and cycA mutants: the roles of intrinsic and extrinsic factors in asymmetric division in the Drosophila central nervous system. Mech. Dev. 88: 207-219. [PDF]

Marshall, C.R., H.A. Orr, and N.H. Patel (1999). Morphological innovation and developmental genetics. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 96: 9995-9996. [PDF]

Palopoli, M.F., and N.H. Patel (1998). Evolution of the interaction between Hox genes and a downstream target. Current Biology 8: 587-590. [PDF]

Ludwig, M.Z., N. H. Patel, and M Kreitman (1998). Functional analysis of eve stripe 2 enhancer evolution in Drosophila: rules governing conservation and change. Development 125: 949-958. [PDF]

Averof, M. and N. H. Patel (1997). Crustacean appendage evolution associated with changes in Hox gene expression. Nature 388: 682-686. [PDF]

Duman-Scheel, M., X. Li, I. Orlov, M. Noll, and N. H. Patel (1997). Genetic separation of the neural and cuticular patterning functions of gooseberry. Development 124: 2855-2865. [PDF]

Abouheif E.,M. Akam, W.J. Dickinson, P.W. Holland, A. Meyer, N.H. Patel, R.A. Raff, V.L. Roth, and G.A. Wray (1997) Homology and developmental genes. Trends Genet. 13: 432-3. [PDF]

Romani, S., F. Jimenez, M. Hoch, N. H. Patel, H. Taubert, and H. Jackle (1996). Kruppel, a Drosophila segmentation gene, participates in the specification of neurons and glial cells.Mech. Dev. 60: 95-107. [PDF]

Palopoli, M.F., and N.H. Patel (1996). Neo-Darwinian developmental evolution: can we bridge the gap between pattern and process? Curr. Op. in Gen. and Dev. 6: 502-508. [PDF]

Patel, N.H. (1996). In situ hybridization to whole mount Drosophila embryos. In “A Laboratory Guide to RNA.” (Paul A. Krieg, ed.) Wiley-Liss, New York, pp. 357-370.

Hayward, D.C., N.H. Patel, E.J. Rehm, C.S. Goodman, and E.E. Ball (1995). Sequence and expression of grasshopper antennapedia: comparison to Drosophila. Developmental Biology172: 452-465. [PDF]

Chiang, C., N.H. Patel, K.E. Young, and P.A. Beachy (1994). The novel homeodomain gene buttonless specifies differentiation and axonal guidance functions of Drosophila dorsal median cells. Development 120: 3581-3593. [PDF]

Patel, N.H. (1994). Imaging neuronal subsets and other cell types in whole mount Drosophila embryos and larvae using antibody probes. In “Methods in Cell Biology, Vol 44. Drosophilamelanogaster: Practical Uses in Cell Biology” (L.S.B. Goldstein and E. Fyrberg, eds.) Academic Press, New York pp. 445-487.

Patel, N.H. (1994). Developmental evolution: insights from studies of insect segmentation.Science 266: 581-590. [PDF]

Patel, N.H. (1994). Evolution of arthropod segmentation: insights from comparisons of gene expression patterns. Development Supplement. 201-207.

Condron, B.G., N.H. Patel, and K. Zinn (1994). engrailed controls glial/neuronal cell fate decisions at the midline of the central nervous system. Neuron 13: 541-554. [PDF]

Scholtz, G., N.H. Patel, and W. Dohle (1994). Serially homologous engrailed stripes are generated via different cell lineages in the germ band of amphipod crustaceans (Malacostraca, Peracarida). Int. J. Dev. Biol. 38: 471-478.

Patel, N.H. (1994). Evolution of insect patterning. Proc Natl Acad Sci. USA. 91: 7385-7386. [PDF]

Xiong, W-C., H. Okano, N.H. Patel, J.A. Blendy, and C. Montell (1994). repo encodes a glial-specific homeodomain protein required in the Drosophila nervous system. Genes Dev. 8: 981-994.

Patel, N.H., B.G. Condron, and K. Zinn (1994). Pair-rule expression patterns of even-skippedare found in both short and long germ beetles. Nature 367: 429-434. [PDF]

Brown, S.J., N.H. Patel, and R.E. Denell (1994). Embryonic expression of the single ribolium engrailed homolog. Developmental Genetics 15: 7-18.

Patel, N.H. (1993). Evolution of insect pattern formation: a molecular analysis of short germband segmentation. In Evolutionary Conservation of Developmental Mechanisms (ed. A. C. Spradling). Wiley-Liss, Inc., New York, pp. 85-110.

Gutjahr, T., N.H. Patel, X. Li, C.S. Goodman, and M. Noll (1993). Analysis of the gooseberry locus in Drosophila embryos: gooseberry determines the cuticular pattern and activatesgooseberry neuroDevelopment 118: 21-31. [PDF]

Patel, N.H., E.E. Ball, and C.S. Goodman (1992). Changing role of even-skipped during the evolution of insect pattern formation. Nature 357: 339-342. [PDF]

Patel, N.H. and C.S. Goodman (1992). Preparation of digoxigenin-labeled single-stranded DNA probes. In Non-radioactive Labeling and Detection of Biomolecules (ed. C. Kessler). Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 377-381.

Kolodkin, A.L., D.J. Matthes, T.P. O’Connor, N.H. Patel, A. Admon, D. Bentley, and C.S. Goodman (1992). Fasciclin IV: sequence, expression, and function during growth cone guidance in the grasshopper embryo. Neuron 9: 831-845. [PDF]

Grenningloh, G., A.J. Bieber, E.J. Rehm, P.M. Snow, Z.R. Traquina, M. Hortsch, N.H.Patel, and C.S. Goodman (1990). Molecular genetics of neuronal recognition in Drosophila: Evolution and function of immunoglobulin superfamily cell adhesion molecules. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Biol55: 327-340.

Hortsch, M., N.H. Patel, A.J. Bieber, Z.R. Traquina, and C.S. Goodman (1990). Drosophilaneurotactin, a surface glycoprotein with homology to serine esterases, is dynamically expressed during embryogenesis. Development 110: 1327-1340.

Perkins, K.P., A. Admon, N. Patel, and R. Tjian (1990). The Drosophila Fos-related AP-1 protein is a developmentally regulated transcription factor. Genes Dev. 4: 822-834.

Hortsch, M., A.J. Bieber, N.H. Patel, and C.S. Goodman (1990). Alternative splicing generates a nervous system specific form of neuroglian. Neuron 4: 697-709.

Patel, N.H., T.B. Kornberg, and C.S. Goodman (1989). Expression of engrailed during segmentation in grasshopper and crayfish. Development 107: 201-212.

Patel, N.H., E. Martin-Blanco, K.G. Coleman, S.J. Poole, M.C. Ellis, T.B. Kornberg, and C.S. Goodman (1989). Expression of engrailed proteins in arthropods, annelids, and chordates. Cell58: 955-968. [PDF]

Patel, N.H., B. Schafer, C.S. Goodman, and R. Holmgren (1989). The role of segment polarity genes during Drosophila neurogenesis. Genes Dev. 3: 890-904.

Bieber, A.J., P.M. Snow, M. Hortsch, N.H. Patel, J.R. Jacobs, Z. Traquina, J. Schilling, and C.S. Goodman (1989). Drosophila neuroglian: a member of the immunoglobulin superfamily with extensive homology to the vertebrate neural adhesion molecule L1. Cell 59: 447-460. [PDF]

Jacobs, J.R., Y. Hiromi, N.H. Patel, and C.S. Goodman (1989). Lineage, migration, and morphogenesis of longitudinal glia in the Drosophila CNS as revealed by a molecular lineage marker. Neuron 2: 1625-1631. [PDF]

Snow, P.M., N.H. Patel, A.L. Harrelson, and C.S. Goodman (1987). Neural-specific carbohydrate moiety shared by many surface glycoproteins in Drosophila and grasshopper. Journal of Neuroscience 712: 4137-4144. [PDF]

Patel, N.H., P.M. Snow, and C.S. Goodman (1987). Characterization and cloning of fasciclin III: a glycoprotein expressed on a subset of neurons and axon pathways in DrosophilaCell 48: 975-988. [PDF]

Steinberg, M.S., H. Shida, G.J. Giudice, M. Shida, N.H. Patel, and O.W. Blaschuk (1987). On the molecular organization, diversity, and functions of desmosomal proteins. CIBA Foundation Symp. 125: 3-25.

Giudice, G.J., S.M. Cohen, N.H. Patel, and M.S. Steinberg (1983). Immunological comparison of desmosomal components from several bovine tissues. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry 35: 35-45. [PDF]

Patel, N.H., C.H. Nelson, J.R. Ellison, and B.G. Sanders (1981). Chicken fetal antigen (CFA) expression on the primitive erythroid maturation series. Experimental Hematology 9: 878-885.

Nelson, C.H., N.H. Patel, and B.G. Sanders (1980). Chicken fetal antigen expression on the definitive erythroid maturation series. Journal of Experimental Zoology 212: 101-108.