Developmental Biology Program
The Elizabeth Lacy Lab
My lab studies the mechanisms of gastrulation and organogenesis during mouse development.
Kalantry S, Manning S, Haub O, Tomihara-Newberger C, Lee H-G, Fangman J, Disteche CM, Manova K, and Lacy E. (2001). Amnionless, an essential gene for mouse gastrulation, encodes a visceral endoderm-specific protein with an extracellular cysteine rich domain. Nature Genetics, 27:412-416.
Strope S, Rivi R, Metzger T, Manova K, Lacy E. (2004) Mouse amnionless, which is required for primitive streak assembly, mediates cell-surface localization and endocytic function of cubilin on visceral endoderm and kidney proximal tubules. Development 131(19):4787-95.
Gotoh N, Manova K, Tanaka S, Murohashi M, Hadari Y, Lee A, Hamada Y, Hiroe T, Ito M, Kurihara T, Nakazato H, Shibuya M, Lax I, Lacy E and Schlessinger J. (2005) The docking protein FRS2á is an essential component of multiple FGF responses during early mouse development. Mol. Cell. Biol.25:4105-4116.
Elizabeth H. Lacy, PhD
- The Elizabeth Lacy laboratory studies the mechanisms of gastrulation and organogenesis during mouse development.
- PhD, California Institute of Technology