Cell and Development Biology

Breadcrumb Navigation



2023 | 2022 | 2021 | 202020192018 | 2017 |  2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 20132012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 and before






















          • Alexopolous, H., Böttger, A., Fischer, S., Levin, A., Wolf, A., Fujisawa, T., Hayakawa, S., Gojobori, T., Davies, J.A., David, C.N., and Bacon, J.P. (2004).  Evolution of gap junctions: the missing link. Current Biology 14 (20): R879-80.  

          • Cikala, M., Alexandrova, O., David, C.N., Pröschel, M., Stiening, B., Cramer, P., and Böttger, A. (2004). The phosphatidylserine receptor from Hydra is a nuclear protein with potential Fe(II) dependent oxygenase activity. BMC Cell Biology 5: 26.  

          • Katsukura, Y., Ando, H., David, C.N., Grimmelikhuijzen, C.J.P., and Sugiyama. T. (2004). Control of planula migration by LWamide and RFamide neuropeptides in Hydractinia echinata. J Exp Biol 207: 1803-1810.  

          • Hoeppner, D.J., Spector, M.S., Ratcliff, T.M., Kinchen, J.M., Granat, S., Lin, S.C., Bhusri, S.S., Conradt, B., Herman, M.A., and Hengartner, M.O. (2004). eor-1 and eor-2 are required for cell-specific apoptotic death in C. elegans. Dev Biol 274:125-138.  

          • Jäger, S., Schwartz, H.T., Horvitz, H.R., and Conradt, B. (2004). The C. elegans F-box protein SEL-10 promotes female development and may act by targeting the proteins FEM-1 and FEM-3 for degradation by the proteasome. PNAS 101:12549-12554.  



          • Church, D.L. and Lambie, E.J. (2003). The promotion of gonadal cell divisions by the C. elegans TRPM cation channel GON-2 is antagonized by GEM-4 copine. Genetics 165: 563-574.  

          • Katsukura, Y., David, C.N., Grimmelikhuijzen, C.J.P., and Sugiyama, T. (2003). Inhibition of metamorphosis by RFamide neuropeptides in planula larvae of Hydractinia echinata. Dev Genes Evol 213: 579-586.  

          • Alexandrova, O., Solovei, I., Cremer, T., and David, C.N. (2003). Replication labeling patterns and chromosome territories typical of mammalian nuclei are conserved in the early metazoan Hydra. Chromosoma 112: 190-200. 

          • Pauly, B., Stiening, B., Schade, M., Zoubek, R., David, C.N., and Böttger, A. (2003). Molecular cloning and cellular distribution of two 14-3-3 isoforms from Hydra : 14-3-3 proteins respond to starvation and bind to phosphorylated targets. Exp.Cell Res., 285:15-26.  

          • Böttger, A. and David, C.N. (2003). Evolution of cell death: caspase mediated mechanisms in early Metazoans; non-caspase mechanisms in single celled eukaryotes. In Genetics of Apoptosis (ed Stefan Grimm). Pp 145-154.  

          • Thellmann, M., Hatzold, J., and Conradt, B. (2003). The snail-like CES-1 protein of C. elegans can block the expression of the BH3-only cell-death activator gene egl-1 by antagonizing the function of bHLH proteins. Development 130:4057-4071.  


          • Ohmachi, M., Rocheleau, C.E., Church, D.L., Lambie, E.J., Schedl, T. and Sundaram, M.V. (2002). C. elegans ksr-1 and ksr-2 have both unique and redundant functions and are required for MPK-1 ERK phosphorylation. Current Biology 12: 427-433. 

          • Hsu, V., Zobel, C.L., Lambie, E.J., Schedl, T., and Kornfeld, K. (2002). Caenorhabditis elegans lin-45 raf is essential for larval viability, fertility and the induction of vulval cell fates. Genetics 160: 481-492. 

          • Herold, M., Cikala, M., David, C.N. and Böttger, A. (2002). Cloning and characterisation of PKB and PRK from Hydra and the evolution of protein kinases. Dev., Genes and Evol., 212: 513-519.  

          • Böttger, A., Alexandrova, O., Cikala, M., Schade, M., Herold, M., and David, C.N. (2002). GFP expression in Hydra: Lessons from the particle gun. Dev. Genes and Evol., 212: 302-305.  

          • Szczepanek, S., Cikala, M. and David, C.N. (2002). Poly-gamma-glutamate synthesis during formation of nematocyst capsules in Hydra. J Cell Science 115: 745-51.  

          • Lambie, E.J. (2002). Cell proliferation and growth in C. elegans. BioEssays 24: 38-53. Current Biology 7: R160-R163. 

          • Böttger, A. and David, C.N. (2002). Evolution of Cell Death: Caspase mediated mechanisms in early Metazoans; non-Caspase Mechanisms in single-celled Eukaryotes 'Genetics of apoptosis', BIOS scientific publishers, ISBN: 1859960642, Stefan Grimm (Ed.).  

          • Böttger, A., Alexandrova, O., Cikala, M., Schade, M., Herold, M and David, C.N. (2002). GFP expression in Hydra: Lessons from the particle gun. Dev. Genes and Evol., 212: 302-305

          • Conradt, B. (2002). With a little help from your friends: cells don’t die alone. Nat Cell Biol 4: E139-E143.  



          • West, R.J., Sun, A.Y., Church, D.L., and Lambie, E.J. (2001). The C. elegans gon-2 gene encodes a putative TRP cation channel protein required for mitotic cell cycle progression. Gene 266: 103-110. 

          • Engel, U., Pertz, O., Fauser, C., Engel, J., David, C.N., and Holstein, T.W. (2001). A switch in S-S linkage in minicollagen assembly during capsule formation of Hydra nematocytes. EMBO Journal 20: 3063.

          • Aoki, C., Miko, I., Oviedo, H., Mikeladze-Dvali, T., Alexandre, L., Sweeney, N., and Bredt, D.S. (2001). Electron microscopic immunocytochemical detection of PSD-95, PSD-93, SAP-102, and SAP-97 at postsynaptic, presynaptic, and nonsynaptic sites of adult and neonatal rat visual cortex. Synapse 2001, 40:4 239-57. 

          • Conradt, B. (2001). Cell engulfment, no sooner ced than done. Dev. Cell 1:445-447. 

2000 and before

        • Beitel, G.J., Lambie, E.J., and Horvitz, H.R. (2000). The C. elegans gene lin-9, which acts in an Rb-related pathway, is required for gonadal sheath cell development and encodes a novel protein. Gene 254:253-263.

        • Chen, F., Hersh, B.M., Conradt, B., Zhou, A., Riemer, D., Gruenbaum, Y., and Horvitz, H.R. (2000). CED-4 translocation to nuclear membranes during C. elegans programmed cell death. Science 287:1485-1489. 


        • Gumienny, T.L., Lambie, E.J., Hartwieg, E., Horvitz, H.R., and Hengartner, M.O. (1999). Genetic control of programmed cell death in the Caenorhabditis elegans hermaphrodite germline. Development 126: 1011-1022. 

        • Cikala, M., Wilm, B., Hobmayer, E., Böttger, A., and David, C.N. (1999). Identification of caspases and apoptosis in the simple metazoan hydra. Curr Biol 9, 959-62.  

        • Conradt, B. and Horvitz, H.R. (1999). The TRA-1 sex determination protein of C. elegans regulates sexually dimorphic cell deaths by repressing the egl-1 cell death activator gene. Cell 98:317-327.

        • Böttger, V., Böttger, A., Garcia-Echeverria, C., Ramos, Y.F., van der Eb, A.J., Jochemsen, A.G., and Lane, D.P. (1999). Comparative study of the p53-mdm2 and p53-MDMX interfaces. Oncogene 18, 189-99.  


        • Koch, A., Holstein, T.W., Mala, C., Kurz, E., Engel, J., and David, C.N. (1998). Spinalin, a new gylcine and histidine rich protein in spines of Hydra nematocysts. J Cell Science 111: 1545.  

        • Conradt, B. and Horvitz, H.R. (1998). The C. elegans protein EGL-1 is required for programmed cell death and interacts with the Bcl-2-like protein CED-9. Cell 93:519-529. 


        • Böttger, A., Böttger, V., Garcia-Echeverria, C., Chene, P., Hochkeppel, H.K., Sampson, W., Ang, K., Howard, S.F., Picksley, S.M., and Lane, D.P. (1997). Molecular characterization of the hdm2-p53 interaction. J Mol Biol 269, 744-56.

        • Böttger, A., Böttger, V., Sparks, A., Liu, W.L., Howard, S.F., and Lane, D.P. (1997). Design of a synthetic Mdm2-binding mini-protein that activates the p53 response in vivo. Curr Biol 7, 860-9.  

        • Sun, A.Y. and Lambie, E.J. (1997). gon-2, a gene required for gonadogenesis in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics 147: 1077-1089. 

        • Kadyk, L.C., Lambie, E.J., and Kimble, J. (1997). glp-3 is required for mitosis and meiosis in the Caenorhabditis elegans germline. Genetics 145: 111-121. 

        • Hager, G. and David, C.N. (1997). Pattern of differentiated nerve cells in hydra is determined by precursor migration. Development 124: 569.  

        • Takahashi, T., Muneoka, Y., Lohmann, J., Lopez der Haro, M., Bosch, T.C.G., David, C.N., Bode, H.R., Koizumi, O., Shimizu, H., Hatta, M., Fujisawa, T., and Sugiyama, T. (1997). Systematic isolation of peptide signaling molecules from hydra. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 94: 1241.  

        • Hobmayer, E., Holstein, T.W., and David, C.N. (1997). Stimulation of tentacle and bud formation by the neuropeptide head activator in Hydra. Dev Biol 183: 1-8. top1996 

        • Lambie, E.J. (1996). Cell-cell communication: Receptor function at the junction. Current Biology 6: 1089-1091. 

        • Nicolson, T., Conradt, B., and Wickner, W. (1996). A truncated form of Pho80 cyclin of  Saccharomyces cerevisiae induces expression of a small cytosolic factor which inhibits vacuole inheritance. J. Bact. 178:4047-4051.  

        • Böttger, V., Böttger, A., Howard, S.F., Picksley, S.M., Chene, P., Garcia-Echeverria, C., Hochkeppel, H.K., and Lane, D.P. (1996). Identification of novel mdm2 binding peptides by phage display. Oncogene 13, 2141-7.

        • Melzig, M. F., Pieper, S., Siems, W.E., Heder, G., Böttger, A., Liberra, K., and Lindequist, U. (1996). Screening of selected basidiomycetes for inhibitory activity on neutral endopeptidase (NEP) and angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE). Pharmazie 51, 501-3.


        • Böttger, A. and Spruce, B.A. (1995). Proenkephalin is a nuclear protein responsive to growth arrest and differentiation signals. J Cell Biol 130, 1251-62.  

        • Böttger, V., Böttger, A., Lane, E.B., and Spruce, B.A. (1995). Comprehensive epitope analysis of monoclonal anti-proenkephalin antibodies using phage display libraries and synthetic peptides: revelation of antibody fine specificities caused by somatic mutations in the variable region genes. J Mol Biol 247, 932-46.  

        • Böttger, A, Hannah, M., Lowry, P.J. and Spruce, B.A. (1995). Nuclear Localisation of proenkephalin in fibroblast and myoblast cell lines. Analgesia1:4-6, 318-22.  

        • Church, D.L., Guan, K. L., and Lambie, E. J. (1995). Three genes of the MAP kinase cascade, mek 2, mpk 1/sur 1 and let 60 ras, are required for meiotic cell cycle progression in Caenorhabditis elegans. Development 121: 2525-2535. 


        • Mango, S., Lambie, E.J., and Kimble, J. (1994). The pha-4 gene unites two genetic pathways to generate the pharyngeal primordium of C. elegans. Development 120: 3019-3031. 

        • Henderson, S., Gao, D., Lambie, E.J., and Kimble, J. (1994). lag-2 may encode a signaling ligand for the GLP-1 receptor in C. elegans development. Development 120: 2913-2924. 

        • Holstein, T.W., Benoit, M., von Herder, G., Wanner, G., David, C.N., and Gaub, H. (1994). Fibrous minicollagens in Hydra nematocysts. Science 265: 402.  *

        • Weinziger, R., Salgado, L.M., David, C.N., and Bosch, T.C.G. (1994). Ks1, an epithelial cell specific gene, responds to early signals of head formation in Hydra. Development 120: 2511.  

        • Lopez de Haro, M.S., Salgado, L.M., David, C.N., and Bosch, T.C.G. (1994). Hydra tropomyosin (TROP1) is expressed in head specific epithelial cells and is a major component of the cytoskeletal structure that anchors nematocytes. J Cell Science 107: 1403.

        • David, C.N. and Hager, G. (1994). Formation of a primitive nervous system: nerve cell differentiation in the polyp hydra. In Perspectives on Developmental Neurobiology 2: 135.  

        • Conradt, B., Haas, A., and Wickner, W. (1994). Determination of four chemically distinct sequential stages during vacuole inheritance in vitro. J. Cell. Biol. 126:99-110.

        • Haas, A., Conradt, B., and Wickner, W. (1994). G-protein ligands inhibit in vitro reactions of vacuole inheritance. J. Cell Biol. 126:87-97.  

        • Spruce, B.A., Prescott, A., Böttger, A., and Dewar, D.A. (1994). Agents for inducing apoptosis and application of said agents in therapy. International Patent No. PCT/GB9S/02037. Priority Date: 30th August 1994, granted 1997.  

        • Heder, G., Böttger, A., Siems, W.E., Rottmann, M., and Kertscher, U. (1994). The enzymatic degradation of bradykinin in semen of various species. Andrologia 26, 295-301.  

        • Siems, W.E., Heder, G., Böttger, A., Winkler, A., Zipper, J., and Mueller-Esterl, W. (1994). Influence of bradykinin and peptidase inhibitors on the motility of mammalian spermatozoa. Can. J. Pharmacol. 72, 203.  

        • Lambie, E.J. (1994). Variations on a vulval theme. 1994. Current Biology 4: 1128-1130. top1993 

        • Xie, K., Lambie, E.J., and Snyder, M. (1993). Nuclear dot antigens may specify transcriptional domains in the nucleus. Mol Cell Biol. 13(10): 6170-9. 

        • Böttger, A., Kertscher, U., Steinmann, C., Baeger, U., Siems, W.E., and Heder, G. (1993). Degradation of bradykinin in semen of ram and boar. Biochem Pharmacol 45, 1983-8.  


        • Conradt, B., Shaw, J., Vida, T., Emr, S., and Wickner, W. (1992). In vitro reactions of vacuole inheritance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J. Cell Biol. 119:1469-1479.  

        • Yang, C.H., Lambie, E.J., and Snyder, M. (1992). NuMA: An unusually long coiled-coil related protein in the mammalian nucleus. J. Cell Biol. 116: 1303-1317. 

        • Siems, W.E., Hilse, H., Heder, G., and Böttger, A. (1992). Influences of bradykinin on the motility of spermatozoa. Arch.Pharmacol. 346, 16.  

        • Holstein, T., Mala, C., Kurz, E., Bauer, K., Greber, M.J., and David, C.N. (1992). The primitive metazoan Hydra expresses antistasin, a serine protease inhibitor of vertebrate coagulation: cDNA cloning, cellular localisation and developmental regulation. FEBS Letters 309: 288.  

        • Greber, M.J., David, C.N., and Holstein, T. (1992). A quantitative method for separation of living hydra cells. Roux Archives Dev Biol 201: 296.  

        • Kimble, J., Crittenden, S., Lambie, E.J., Kodoyianni, V., Mango, S., and Troemel, E. (1992). Regulation of induction by GLP1, a localized cell surface receptor in Caenorhabditis elegans. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology. Vol. LVII. 401-407. 


        • Lambie, E.J. and Kimble, J. (1991). Two homologous regulatory genes, lin-12 and glp-1, have overlapping functions. Development 112: 231-240. 

        • Rockmill, B., Lambie, E.J., and Roeder, G.S. (1991). Spore enrichment. Meth. Enzymol. 194: 146-149. 

        • Holstein, T., Hobmayer, B. and David, C.N. (1991). The epithelial growth pattern in hydra. Dev Biol 148: 602.  

        • Kurz, E., Holstein, T., Petri, B., Engel, J., and David, C.N. (1991). Minicollagens in Hydra nematocytes. J Cell Biol 115: 1159.  

        • Bosch, T.C.G., Rollbühler, R., Scheider, B., and David, C.N. (1991). Role of the cellular environment in interstitial stem cell proliferation in hydra. Roux Archives Dev Biol 200: 269.  

        • David, C.N., Fujisawa, T., and Bosch, T.C.G. (1991). Interstitial stem cell proliferation in hydra: evidence for strain specific regulatory signals. Dev Biol 148: 501.  

        • Bosch, T.C.G., and David, C.N. (1991). Decision-making in interstitial stem cells of hydra. In vivo 5: 521.  

        • Lambie, E.J. and Kimble, J. (1991) c. lin-12 and glp-1: Homologous genes with overlapping functions in Caenorhabditis elegans. 49th Developmental Biology Symposium. Wylie-Liss. pp 283-296. 

        • Lambie, E.J. and Kimble, J. (1991) b. Genetic control of cell interactions in nematode development. Ann. Rev. Genetics 25: 411-436. 


        • Hobmayer, E., Holstein, T., and David, C.N. (1990). Tentacle morphogenesis in hydra. I. The role of head activator. Development 109: 887.  

        • Hobmayer, E., Holstein, T., and David, C.N. (1990). Tentacle morphogenesis in Hydra. II. Formation of a complex between a sensory nerve cell and a battery cell. Development 109: 897.  

        • Fujisawa, T., David, C.N., and Bosch, T.C.G. (1990). Transplantation stimulates interstitial cell migration in hydra. Dev Biol 138: 509.  

        • Bosch, T.C.G., and David, C.N (1990). Cloned interstitial stem cells grow as contiguous patches in hydra. Dev Biol 138: 513.  

        • Holstein, T. and David, C.N. (1990). Cell cycle length, cell size and proliferation rate in hydra stem cells. Dev Biol 142: 392.  

        • Holstein, T. and David, C.N. (1990). Putative intermediates in the nerve cell differentiation pathway in hydra have properties of multipotent stem cells. Dev Biol 142: 401.  


        • Yang, C.H., Lambie, E.J., Hardin, J., Craft, J., and Snyder, M. (1989). Higher order structure is present in the yeast nucleus: Autoantibody probes demonstrate that the nucleolus lies opposite the spindle pole body. Chromosoma (Berl) 98: 123-128. 

        • Hobmayer, E. and David, C.N. (1989). Differentiation of a nerve cell - battery cell complex in hydra. In The Evolution of the Nervous System, NATO Advance Workshop (Peter Anderson, ed).  


        • Lambie, E.J. and Roeder, G.S. (1988). A yeast centromere acts in cis to inhibit meiotic gene conversion of adjacent sequences. Cell 52: 863-873. 

        • Heder, G., Böttger, A., Siems, W.E., Halatsch, W.R., and Steinmann, C. (1988). The determination of neutral metalloendopeptidase (enkephalinase A) in biological material. Pharmazie 43: 637-9.  top1987 

        • Bosch, T.C.G. and David, C.N. (1987). Stem cells of Hydra magnipapillata can differentiate into somatic cells and germline cells. Dev Biol 121: 182-191.  

        • David, C.N., Bosch, T.C.G., Hobmayer, E., Holstein, T., and Schmidt, T. (1987). Interstitial stem cells in Hydra. In Genetic Regulation of Development (ed. WF Loomis) pp 389-408. Alan Liss Publishers, New York.  


        • Lambie, E.J. and Roeder, G.S. (1986). Repression of meiotic crossing over by a centromere (CEN3) in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genetics 114: 769-789.

        • Holstein, T., Schaller, C., and David, C.N. (1986). Nerve cell differentiation in Hydra requires two signals. Dev Biol 115: 9.  

        • Holstein, T. and David, C.N. (1986). The properties of nerve cell precursors in Hydra. Dev Biol 115: 18.  

        • Bosch, T.C.G. and David, C.N. (1986). Male and female stem cells and sex reversal in Hydra polyps. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 83: 9478.  

        • Bosch, T.C.G. and David, C.N. (1986). Immunocompetence in Hydra: epithelial cells respond to self-nonself and react against it. J exp Zool 238: 225.  

        • Schmidt, T. and David, C.N. (1986). Gland cells in Hydra: cell cycle kinetics and development. J Cell Science 85: 197.

        • Weijer, C.J., Sternfeld, J., and David, C.N. (1986). Vital staining methods used in the analysis of cell sorting in Dictyostelium. Methods in Cell Biology (ed J Spudich) Academic Press. 


        • Munck, A. and David, C.N. (1985). Cell proliferation and differentiation kinetics during spermatogenesis in Hydra carnea. Roux Archives Dev Biol 194: 247.  

        • David, C.N. and Holstein, T. (1985). The neuropeptide head activator causes nerve cell commitment in hydra. Archives Sci Genf 38: 461.  


        • Bosch, T.C.G. and David, C.N. (1984). Growth regulation in hydra: relationship between epithelial cell cycle length and growth rate. Dev Biol 104: 161. 

        • Roeder, G.S., Smith, M., and Lambie, E.J. (1984). Movement of genetically marked Saccharomyces cerevisiae transposons by gene conversion. Mol. Cell. Biol. 4: 703-711.  

        • Fujisawa, T. and David, C.N. (1984). Loss of differentiating nematocytes induced by regeneration and wound healing in hydra. J Cell Science 68: 243.  

        • MacWilliams, H.K. and David, C.N. (1984). Pattern formation in Dictyostelium. In Microbial Development (Shapiro and Losick ed ). pp 255-274.  

        • Weijer, C.J., Duschl, G., David, C.N. (1984). A revision of the Dictyostelium cell cycle. J Cell Science 70: 111.  

        • Weijer, C.J, Duschl, G., David, C.N. (1984). Dependence of cell type proportioning and sorting on cell cycle phase in Dictyostelium. J Cell Science 70: 133.  


        • David, C.N. (1983). Cloning interstitial stem cells. In Methods in Hydra Research (Lenhoff H ed). Plenum Press.  

        • David, C.N. (1983). The maceration technique for identification of hydra cells. In Methods in Hydra Research (Lenhoff H ed). Plenum Press.  

        • David, C.N. (1983). Nitrogen mustard treatment of hydra. In Methods in Hydra Research (Lenhoff H ed). Plenum Press.

        • David, C.N. (1983). Cell cycle analysis of hydra. In Methods in Hydra Research (Lenhoff H ed). Plenum Press. 

        • David, C.N. (1983). Microinjection techniques for labeling hydra. In Methods in Hydra Research (Lenhoff H ed). Plenum Press.  

        • David, C.N. (1983). Stem cell proliferation and differentiation in hydra. In Identification and Characterization of stem cell populations (CS Potten ed) Churchill-Livingstone Publishers.  


        • Fujisawa, T. and David, C.N. (1982). Commitment during stenotele differentiation in hydra is localized near the S/G2 boundary in the terminal cell cycle. Dev Biol. 93: 226.  

        • Sternfeld, J. and David, C.N. (1982). Fate and regulation of anterior-like cells in Dictyostelium slugs. Dev Biol 93:111.


        • Venugopal, G. and David, C.N. (1981). Spatial pattern of nerve cell differentiation in hydra is due to a pattern of nerve cell commitment. Dev Biol 83: 366.  

        • Venugopal, G. and David, C.N. (1981). Nerve cell commitment in hydra. I Role of morphogenetic signals. Dev Biol 83: 353.  

        • Venugopal, G. and David, C.N. (1981). Nerve cell commitment in hydra: II. Localization of commitment in S phase. Dev Biol. 83: 361.  

        • Fujisawa, T. and David, C.N. (1981). Commitment during nematocyte differentiation in Hydra. J Cell Science 48: 207.  

        • Sternfeld, J. and David, C.N. (1981). Oxygen gradients cause pattern orientation in Dictyostelium cell clumps. J Cell Science 50: 9.  

        • Sternfeld, J. and David, C.N. (1981). Cell sorting during pattern formation in Dictyostelium. Differentiation 20: 10.  top1980 and before 

        • David, C.N. and Plotnick, I. (1980). Distribution of interstitial stem cells in hydra. Dev Biol 76: 175.  

        • David, C.N. (1980). Control of stem cell proliferation in Hydra attenuata. In Developmental and Cellular Biology of Coelenterates (Tardent and Tardent eds) Elsner-North Holland Press.  

        • Sproull, R. and David, C.N. (1979). Stem cell growth and differentiation in hydra I. Regulation of the self-renewal probability in multiclone aggregates. J Cell Science 38: 155.  

        • Sproull, R. and David, C.N. (1979). Stem cell growth and differentiation in hydra. II. Regulation of nerve and nematocyte differentition in multiclone aggregates. J Cell Science 38: 171.  

        • Sternfeld, J. and David, C.N. (1979). Ammonia plus another factor are necessary for differentiation in submerged clumps of Dictyostelium. J Cell Science 38: 181.  

        • Bode, H. and David, C.N. (1978). Interstitial stem cells in Hydra. In Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology (Butler and Nobel eds) 33: 189.  

        • David, C.N. and MacWilliams, H. (1978). Regulation of the self-renewal probability in hydra stem cell clones. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 75: 886.  

        • David, C.N. and Murphy, S. (1977). Characterisation of interstitial stem cells in Hydra by cloning. Dev Biol 58: 47.  

        • David, C.N. (1975). Stem cell differentiation in Hydra. In Microbiology 1975 (Shapiro and Dworkin, eds) American Society for Microbiology.  

        • David, C.N. and Challoner, D. (1974). Distribution of interstitial cells and differentiating nematocytes in nests in Hydra. Am Zool 14: 537.  

        • Campbell, R.D. and David, C.N. (1974). Cell cycle kinetics and development in Hydra. II. Interstitial cells. J Cell Science 16: 349. 

        • David, C.N. and Gierer, A. (1974). Cell cycle kinetics and development in Hydra. III Nerve and nematocyte differentiation. J Cell Science 16: 359. 

        • David, C.N. (1974). Ferritin and iron metabolism in Phycomyces. in Microbial Iron Metabolism (ed JB Neilands) Academic Press. 

        • David, C.N. (1973). A quantitative method for maceration of hydra tissue. Roux Archives Dev. Biol. 171: 259. 

        • Bode, H., Berking, S., David, C.N., Gierer, A., Schaller, H., and Trenkner, E. (1973). Quantitative analysis of cell types during growth and morphogenesis in hydra. Roux Archives Dev Biol 171: 269. 

        • David, C.N., Campbell, R. (1972). Cell cycle kinetics and development in Hydra attenuata I. Epithelial cells. J Cell Science 11: 557. 

        • Gierer, A., Berking, S., Bode, H., David, C.N., Flick, K., Hansmann, G., Schaller, C., Trenkner, E. (1972). Regeneration of Hydra from reaggregated cells. Nature New Biol. 239: 98. 

        • David, C.N. and Easterbrook, K. (1971). Ferritin in the fungus Phycomyces. J Cell Biol. 48: 15.

        • Camereon, R.E., King, J., and David, C.N. (1970). Soil microbial ecology in Wheeler Valey, Antarctica. Soil Sci 109: 119.

        • Cameron, R.E., King, J., and David, C.N. (1970). Microbiology, ecology and microclimatology of soil sites in Dry Valleys of southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. In Antarctic Ecology (ed MW Holdgate). Academic Press.

        • Bergman, K., Burke, P.V., Cerda-Olmeda, E., David, C.N., Delbruck, M. et al (1969). Phycomyces. Bact Rev 33: 99.

        • Cameron, R.E., King J., and David, C.N. (1968). Soil microbial and ecological studies in southern Victoria Land. Antarctic J USA 3: 121.

        • Cameron, R.E., David, C.N., and King, J. (1968). Soil toxicity in Antarctic Dry Valleys. Antarctic J USA 3: 164.

        • David, C.N. (1968). Ferritin in the fungus Phycomyces. PhD Thesis. California Institute of Technology, Pasadena.

        • David, C.N. (1964). UV inactivation and thymine dimerization in bacteriophage X174. Z Vererbungslehre 95: 318.

        • Clarke, G.L., Conover, R.J., David, C.N., and Nicol, J.A.C. (1962). Comparative studies of luminescence in copepods and other pelagic marine animals. J marine biol Assn. UK 42: 541.

        • David, C.N. and Conover, R.J. (1961). Preliminary investigation on the physiology and ecology of luminescence in the copepod Metridia lucens. Biol Bull 121: 92.