Comparative, adaptiveandfunctional skeletal biology



Ascenso RMT, Leite RB, Afonso R, Cancela ML (2009) Expression pattern of Perkinsus olseni genes in response to bivalves with different susceptibility to Perkinsosis. Journal of Fish Diseases 32:633-636

Conceição LEC, Aragão C, Richard N, Engrola S, Gavaia P, Mira S, Dias J (2009) Recent advances in nutrition of fish larvae. Brazilian Journal of Animal Science 38:26-35

Engrola S, Figueira L, Conceição LEC, Gavaia PJ, Ribeiro L, Dinis MT (2009) Co-feeding in Senegalese sole larvae with inert diet from mouth opening promotes growth at weaning. Aquaculture 288:264-272

Gavaia PJ, Domingues S, Engrola S, Drake P, Sarasquete C, Dinis MT, Cancela ML (2009) Comparing skeletal development of wild and hatchery-reared Senegalese sole (Solea senegalensis, Kaup 1858): evaluation in larval and postlarval stages. Aquaculture Research 40:1585-1593

Laizé V, Tiago DM, Aureliano M, Cancela ML (2009) New insights into mineralogenic effects of vanadate. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 66:3831-3836

Le Corguillé G, Pearson G, Valente M, Viegas C, Gschloessl B, Corre E, Bailly X, Peters AF, Jubin C, Vacherie B, Cock JM, Leblanc C (2009) Plastid genomes of two brown algae, Ectocarpus siliculosus and Fucus vesiculosus: further insights on the evolution of red-algal derived plastids. BMC Evolutionary Biology 9:253

Marques CL, Rafael MS, Tiago DM, Cancela ML, Laizé V (2009) Desenvolvimento de sistemas celulares de peixe adequados ao estudo da mineralização in vitro. Canal BQ 6:15-20

Roberto VP, Gavaia PJ, Viegas CSB, Ortiz Delgado JB, Sarasquete C, Cancela ML (2009) Matrix Gla protein in turbot (Scophthalmus maximus): Gene expression analysis and identification of sites of protein accumulation. Aquaculture 294:202-211

Viegas CSB, Cavaco S, Neves PL, Ferreira A, João A, Williamson MK, Price PA, Cancela ML, Simes DC (2009) Gla-rich protein (GRP) is a novel vitamin K-dependent protein present in serum and accumulated at sites of pathological calcifications. American Journal of Pathology 175:2288-2298