Erin K. Johnston

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Angiogenesis, or the formation of new blood vessels, is stimulated by angiogenic factors such as vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). Pigment epithelium-derived factor (PEDF) is a potent inhibitor of angiogenesis. To explore the mechanism by which PEDF acts, recombinant PEDF was expressed with a 6x-His tag (for purification) and a green fluorescent(More)
Geomalacus maculosus is a slug species protected under EU law with a distribution limited to the west of Ireland and north-west Iberia. The species, originally thought to be limited within Ireland to deciduous woodland and peatland, has been found in a number of commercial conifer plantations since 2010. While forest managers are now required to incorporate(More)
Existing research on religious identity, especially from a narrative perspective, has tended to focus either on accounts of the past (especially occasions of religious change) or on conceptions of religious identity in the present. Religious communities, however, not only provide a sense of identity and belonging in the present—as a " Catholic " or "(More)
  • Joanne W Golann, Erin Johnston, Victoria Reyes, Kerstin Gentsch, Sarah Thébaud, Robert Wuthnow
  • 2010
The household is a critical site for the production of gender, yet studies of housework have focused largely on the relative amounts of housework that men do rather than the meanings of housework and the varieties of strategies by which men negotiate housework. Using a relational approach (Zelizer, 2005), I show how unemployed men construct new matches(More)
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