Timothy Burke

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The recruitment of phagocytic leukocytes to sites of vessel wall injury plays an important role in thrombus dissolution by proteases elaborated on their adhesion. However, leukocyte adhesion to the fibrin clot can be detrimental at the early stages of wound healing when hemostatic plug integrity is critical for preventing blood loss. Adhesion of circulating(More)
During anterior-posterior axis specification in the Drosophila embryo, the Hunchback (Hb) protein forms a sharp boundary at the mid-point of the embryo with great positional precision. While Bicoid (Bcd) is a known upstream regulator for hb expression, there is evidence to suggest that Hb effectively filters out "noisy" data received from varied Bcd(More)
Editorial Processing Manuscript Editing Manager Lauren B. Fischer Senior Manuscript Editors John McFadden, Donald S. Smith Manuscript Editors Karen L. Boyd, Rochelle C. Lodder Freelance Manuscript Editing Manager Diane L. Cannon Freelance Manuscript Editing Coordinators Connie L. Manno, Fred Marshall Freelance Copy Editors and Copyreaders Laura Adamcyzk,(More)