Kyla J Morton

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Non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep activates interictal epileptiform discharges (spikes) in many epileptic syndromes. To define this phenomenon more precisely, we studied the relationship of spikes to absolute log delta power (LDP), a continuous measure of sleep depth, in 8 patients with partial epilepsy. LDP differed significantly across visually scored(More)
To better understand maize endosperm filling and maturation, we used γ-irradiation of the B73 maize reference line to generate mutants with opaque endosperm and reduced kernel fill phenotypes, and created a population of 1788 lines including 39 Mo17 × F2s showing stable, segregating, and viable kernel phenotypes. For molecular characterization of the(More)
Reduced prolamin (zein) accumulation and defective endoplasmic reticulum (ER) body formation occurs in maize opaque endosperm mutants opaque2 (o2), floury2 (fl2), defective endosperm*B30 (DeB30), and Mucronate (Mc), whereas other opaque mutants such as opaque1 (o1) and floury1 (fl1) are normal in these regards. This suggests that other factors contribute to(More)
Proteomic profiling of maize opaque endosperm mutants reveals selective accumulation of lysine-enriched proteins" (2015). Abstract Reduced prolamin (zein) accumulation and defective endoplasmic reticulum (ER) body formation occurs in maize opaque endosperm mutants opaque2 (o2), floury2 (fl2), defective endosperm*B30 (DeB30), and Mucronate (Mc), whereas(More)
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