Browse by all authors Browse By Author ID - Maree Knight

Browse Results (11 results found)

Subscribe to the RSS feed for this result setSubscribe to the RSS feed for this result set

Refine

  Abstract Views File Downloads Thomson Reuters Web of Science Citation Count Scopus Citation Count Altmetric Score
Bain, N. L., Knight, M. A., ODonnell, L., Murdoch, B. E. and Trezise, A. E. O. (2001) Adult mouse intrinsic laryngeal muscles express high levels of the myogenic regulatory factor, MYF-5. Journal of Medical Speech-language Pathology, 9 3: 157-167. 95   2
Collin, S. P., Knight, M. A., Davies, W. L., Potter, I. C., Hunter, D. M. and Trezise, A. E. O. (2003) Ancient colour vision: Multiple opsin genes in the ancestral vertebrates. Current Biology, 13 22: R864-R865. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2003.10.044 342   60 Cited 65 times in Scopus65 0
Trezise, A.E.O., Bain, N., Knight, M., O'Donnell, L. and Murdock, B. (2001). A unique profile of muscle regulatory factors directs the functional specialisation of the intrinsic laryngeal muscles. In: Jeffrey B Miller and Grace K Pavlath, FASEB Summer Research Conference : Muscle Satellite and Stem Cells. FASEB Summer Research Conference, Tucson, Arizona, USA, (25-25). 14 - 19 July, 2001. 60  
Bain, N., Knight, M., O'Donnell, L., Murdoch, B. and Trezise, A.E.O. (2001). A unique profile of muscle regulatory factors directs the functional specialisation of the intrinsic laryngeal muscles. In: Merlin Crossley, Proceedings of The 22nd Annual Lorne Genome Conference. The 22nd Annual Lorne Genome Conference, Lorne, Victoria, (67-67). 11-15 February 2001. 62  
Collin, Shaun P., Knight, Maree A., Davies, Wayne L., Potter, Ian C., Hunt, David M. and Trezise, Ann E.O. (2004). Colour Vision Came First, With Dim-Light Rod Based Vision Evolving Only In The Jawed Vertebrates. In: 25th Annual Lorne Conference on the Organization and Expression of the Genome. 25th Annual Lorne Conference on the Organization and Expression of the Genome, Lorne, Victoria, (). 15-19 Feb 2004. 52  
Trezise, A. E. O., Knight, M. A., Potter, I. C. and Collin, S. P. (2003). Independent gene duplication events in the lampreys, and in the jawed vertebrate lineage, gave rise to the two rod opsin genes in each group. In: 24th Annual Lorne Conference on the Organization and Expression of the Genome, Lorne, Victoria, (). February 16-20th, 2003. 32  
Collin, S. P., Knight, M. A., Davies, W. L., Potter, I. C., Hunt, D. M. and Trezise, A. E. O. (2004). Molecular evolutionary analysis of ancient vertebrate opsin genes predicts full scotopic vision is unique to the jawed vertebrates. In: 24th Meeting of Australian Neuroscience Society Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (196-196). 27-30 January, 2004. 89  
Trezise, A. E. O., Bain, N., Knight, M., O'Donnell, S. L. and Murdoch, B. E. (2000). Murine laryngeal muscles express a unique profile of muscle regulatory factors. In: Proceedings of the International Congress on Differentiation and Cell Biology. International Congress on Differentiation and Cell Biology, Gold Coast, Australia, (141). 24-28 September 2000. 27  
Collin, S. P., Davies, W. L., Knight, M. A., Potter, I. C., Hunt, D. M. and Trezise, A. E. O. (2005). The evolution of visual and non-visual opsin genes in early vertebrates. In: Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society 25th Annual Meeting. Australian Neuroscience Society 25th Annual Meeting, Perth, Western Australia, (150-150). 30 January - 2 February, 2005. 70  
Knight, M. and Trezise, A. E. O. (2001). The murine multidrug resistance 1A gene is controlled by two separate, tissue-specific promoters in vivo. In: Merlin Crossley, Proceedings of The 22nd Annual Lorne Genome Conference. Lorne Genome Conference, Lorne, Victoria, (68-68). 11-15 February 2001. 41  
Knight, M. A., Bain, N. L. and Trezise, A. E. O. (2000). The murine multidrug resistance 1A gene uses tissue-specific transcription start sites and novel 5" exons. In: Cell Biology International: International Congress on Differentiation and Cell Biology. 7th International Congress of Cell Biology, Gold Coast, Australia, (69-69). 24-28 September 2000. doi:10.1006/cbir.2000.0671 48   0