Pamela Mitchell

Emeritus Associate Professor of Biology

Pamela Mitchell

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Transcription Factor Ap 2 Proteins Leg Drosophila Genes Skin Neurons Brain Evidence Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone Transcription Factors Femur Human Body Imaginal Discs Messenger Rna Morphogenesis Prosencephalon Joints Peripherins Respiratory Mucosa Schwann Cells Ectopic Gene Expression Melanoma Hair Follicle Cell Survival

Most Recent Papers

The AL 333-160 fourth metatarsal from Hadar compared to that of humans, great apes, baboons and proboscis monkeys

Pamela J. Mitchell, E. E. Sarmiento, D. J. Meldrum, 2012, HOMO- Journal of Comparative Human Biology on p. 336-367

Segment-specific regulation of the Drosophila AP-2 gene during leg and antennal development

Youngwook Ahn, Jizhong Zou, Pamela J. Mitchell, 2011, Developmental Biology on p. 336-348

Cell type-specific and sexually dimorphic expression of transcription factor AP-2 in the adult mouse brain

D. J. Coelho, D. J. Sims, P. J. Ruegg, I. Minn, A. R. Muench, P. J. Mitchell, 2005, Neuroscience on p. 907-919

Expression patterns of the transcription factor AP-2α during hair follicle morphogenesis and cycling

Andrey A. Panteleyev, Pamela J. Mitchell, Ralf Paus, Angela M. Christiano, 2003, Journal of Investigative Dermatology on p. 13-19

Developmental regulation and overexpression of the transcription factor AP-2, a potential regulator of the timing of Schwann cell generation

Helen J.S. Stewart, Angela Brennan, Mary Rahman, Georg Zoidl, Pamela J. Mitchell, Kristján R. Jessen, Rhona Mirsky, 2001, European Journal of Neuroscience on p. 363-372

Drosophila transcription factor AP-2 in proboscis, leg and brain central complex development

I. Monge, R. Krishnamurthy, D. Sims, F. Hirth, M. Spengler, L. Kammermeier, H. Reichert, Pamela J. Mitchell, 2001, Development (Cambridge) on p. 1239-1252

The AP-2 transcription factor is required for joint formation and cell survival in Drosophila leg development

B. Kerber, I. Monge, M. Mueller, P. J. Mitchell, S. M. Cohen, 2001, Development (Cambridge) on p. 1231-1238

Ectopic expression of luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone and peripherin in the respiratory epithelium of mice lacking transcription factor AP-2α

P. R. Kramer, G. Guerrero, R. Krishnamurthy, P. J. Mitchell, S. Wray, 2000, Mechanisms of Development on p. 79-94

Transcription factor activator protein-2 is required for continued luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone expression in the forebrain of developing mice

P. R. Kramer, R. Krishnamurthy, P. J. Mitchell, S. Wray, 2000, Endocrinology on p. 1823-1838

Failure in post-transcriptional processing is a possible inactivation mechanism of AP-2α in cutaneous melanoma

J. M. Karjalainen, J. K. Kellokoski, A. J. Mannermaa, H. E. Kujala, K. I. Moisio, P. J. Mitchell, M. J. Eskelinen, E. M. Alhava, V. M. Kosma, 2000, British Journal of Cancer on p. 2015-2021

Most-Cited Papers

The AL 333-160 fourth metatarsal from Hadar compared to that of humans, great apes, baboons and proboscis monkeys

Pamela J. Mitchell, E. E. Sarmiento, D. J. Meldrum, 2012, HOMO- Journal of Comparative Human Biology on p. 336-367

Segment-specific regulation of the Drosophila AP-2 gene during leg and antennal development

Youngwook Ahn, Jizhong Zou, Pamela J. Mitchell, 2011, Developmental Biology on p. 336-348