Faculty & Staff
Linda Foerst Potts, Lecturer
Ph.D., Cell Biology/Anatomy, University of
North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 1996
B.S., Honors Biology, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, 1992
Friday Hall 2019 | (910) 962-3352 | 601 South College Road, Wilmington, NC 28409-5915
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Disruption of Msx-1 and Msx-2 Reveals Roles for These Genes in Craniofacial, Eye, and Axial Development: L. Foerst Potts and T.W. Sadler. Developmental Dynamics, Volume 209: 70-84 (1997).
The Use of Antisense Oligonucleotide Technology and Mouse Whole Embryo Culture to Study Gene Function During Organogenesis: Linda Foerst Potts and T.W. Sadler. Molecular and Cellular Methods in Developmental Toxicology. CRC Press Inc., George P. Daston, Editor, (1997).
Mouse Whole Embryo Culture and Antisense Oligodeoxynucleotides: New Approaches to Studying Genes Involved in Early Development: T.W. Sadler, K.M. Denno, L. Foerst Potts. Methods in Developmental Toxicology and Biology. Stephen Klug, Editor, Blackwell Wissenschafts-Verlag, Berlin, (1997).
Making Sense with Antisense: Determining the Roles of Msx Genes in Mouse Whole Embryo Culture: Thomas W. Sadler and L. Foerst Potts. Studies in Stomatology and Craniofacial Biology, Chapter 5, M. Michael Cohen, Jr., Bruce J. Baum, Editors, IOS Press (1997).
Antisense Disruption of the Msx Genes Reveals Roles in Development
of Craniofacial, Eye and Axial Structures: L. Foerst Potts, M. Monroe,
and T.W. Sadler. 13th International Congress of Developmental Biology,
Society for Developmental Biology and International Society for
Developmental Biologists, abstract, (1997).