Different Effects of Valproic Acid on Photoreceptor Loss in Rd1 and Rd10 Retinal Degeneration Mice.
in Molecular Vision (2014)

Effects of Anti-VEGF Treatment on the Recovery of the Developing Retina Following Oxygen-Induced Retinopathy.
in Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences (2014)

Upregulation of VEGF by Retinoic Acid During Hyperoxia Prevents Retinal Neovascularization and Retinopathy.
in Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences (2014).
This is an international collaboration between our lab (Mitton, Drenser) and Dr. Qi Yan’s group at the Henan Eye Institute & Henan Eye Hospital, Zhengzhou, Henan, China.

Evaluation of optimal RNA extraction method from human carotid atherosclerotic plaque.
in Cardiovascular Pathology (2014)

Dr. Mitton and Diane Studzinski of the Surgical Research Lab at Beaumont (Dr Shanely MD FACS, Dr Long MD FACS), developed a method to powder surgical atherosclerotic plaque tissue for obtaining DNA or RNA in good quality. Dr. Shaffer MD and Samreen Ahmed continued to test the method for RNA extraction as the protocol was adopted by the Beaumont Biobank. This paper shows that the original method developed in the Surgical Research Lab (liquid nitrogen powdering and use of column based RNA extraction) provides superior RNA quality to other variations tested in the Biobank (RNA later, or phenol extraction).

5-Methylcytosine, a possible epigenetic link between ageing and ocular disease.
in Experimental Eye Research (2012)

The Transcription factor NRL controls photoreceptor-specific expression of myocyte enhancer factor Mef2c from an alternative promoter.
in the Journal of Biological Chemistry (2011)

Temporal ChIP-on-chip of RNA-Polymerase-II to detect novel gene activation events during photoreceptor maturation.
in Molecular Vision (2010)

Epigenetic regulatory mechanisms in vertebrate eye development and disease.
in the journal Heredity (2010)

Expressed genes of guinea pig eye tissues for NEIBank.
in Molecular Vision (2008)

Dr Mitton’s latest “MyNCBI” Bibliograpy


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