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Camille DiLullo, Ph.D.: Publications

 
 
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
 
Anatomy in a New Curriculum: Facilitating the Learning of Gross Anatomy Using Web
    Access Streaming Dissection Videos. DiLullo, C., P. Coughlin, M. D'Angelo, M.
    McGuinness, J. Bandle, E.M. Slotkin, S.A. Shainker, C. Wenger, S.J. Berray. 2006.
    J. of Vis. Com. in Med. 29(3):99-108.
 
A Novel Way to Engage Medical Students in Learning Gross Anatomy at the
    Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. DiLullo, C. 2006. Med. Teach.
    28(7):665-666.
 
Cytoskeletal Components of an Invasion Machine - the Apical Complex of Toxoplasma
    gondii. Hu, K., J. Johnson, L. Florens , M. Fraunholz, S. Suravajjala, C. DiLullo, J.
    Yates, D. S. Roos, and J. M. Murray. 2006. PloS Pathogens. PLoS Pathog 2(2):
    e13.
 
Preparation of Chick Striated Muscle Cultures. DiLullo, C., J. Gerhart and M.
    George-Weinstein. 1999. Methods in Molecular Biology 137, Developmental Biology
    Protocols Vol. 3, 337-349.
 
A Novel Periodic Localization for α1 Integrin in Skeletal Muscle. DiLullo, C., A.S.
    Menko, N.J. Philp, P. Mattioli, P. Gilhool, C. McGinley and D. Boettiger. 1998. Basic Appl.
    Myol. 8 (4): 325-340.
 
Myogenic and Chondrogenic Cells. Boettiger, D. and C. DiLullo. 1995. Methods in
    Enzymology. 254, 98-113.
 
Expression of a Developmentally Conserved Myogenic Differentiation Program:
    Emergence of Striated Myofibrils in 24 Hour Old Postmitotic, Mononucleated
    Myoblasts. Lin, Z., M.-H. Lu, T. Schultheiss, J. Choi, S. Holtzer, C. DiLullo, D. A.
    Fischman and H. Holtzer. 1993. Cell Motil. Cytoskeleton. 29, 1-19.
 
The Vinculin/Sarcomeric-α-Actinin/α-Actin Nexus in Cultured Cardiac Myocytes. Lu, M.,
    C. DiLullo, T. Schultheiss, S. Holtzer, J. M. Murray, J. Choi, D. A. Fischman, and H.
    Holtzer. 1992. J. Cell Biol. 117: 1007-1022.
 
A Sarcomeric α-Actinin Truncated at the Carboxyl End Induces the Breakdown of
    Stress Fibers in PTK2 Cells and the Formation of Nemaline Bodies and Breakdown
    of Myofibrils in Myotubes. Schultheiss, T., J. Choi, Z. X. Lin, C. DiLullo, L.
    Cohen-Gould, D. Fischman, and H. Holtzer. 1992. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.
    89:9282-9286.
 
Rapid Degradation of Newly Synthesized Tubulin in Lithium Treated Sensory Neurons. J.
    Neurochem. Bennett, G.S., B. A. Hollander, D. Laskowska, and C. DiLullo. 1991.
    57:130-139.
 
Lithium Chloride Inhibits the Phosphorylation of Newly Synthesized Neurofilament
    Protein, NF-M, in Cultured Chick Sensory Neurons. Bennett, G.S., D. Laskowska
    and C. DiLullo. 1991. J. Neurochem. 57:120-129.
 
Striated Myoblasts and Multinucleated Myotubes Induced in Non-Muscle Cells by Myo
    D are Similar to Normal In Vivo Counterparts. Holtzer, H., C. DiLullo, M. L.
    Costa, M. Lu, J. Choi, C.M. Mermelstein, T. Schultheiss, and S. Holtzer. 1990. In
    Frontiers in Muscle Research. E. Ozawa, T. Masaki and Y. Nabeshima, eds.
    Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.
 
Autonomous expression of the Differentiation Programs of Cells in the Cardiac and
    Skeletal Myogenic Lineages. Holtzer, H., T. Schultheiss, C. DiLullo, J. Choi, M.
    Costa, M. Lu, and S. Holtzer. 1990. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., Cell Lineages in
    Development 599:158-168.
 
Confocal Microscopy: An Overview. Shuman, H., J. Murray, and C. DiLullo. 1989.
    Biotechniques Vol.7, No. 2:154-163.
 
Expression of a Neurofilament Protein by the Precursors of a Subpopulation of Ventral
    Spinal Cord Neurons. Bennett, G.S. and C. DiLullo. 1985. Dev. Biol. 107:94-106.
 
Transient Expression of a Neurofilament Protein by Replicating Neuroepithelial Cells of
    the Embryonic Chick Brain. Bennett, G.S. and C. DiLullo. 1985. Dev. Biol. 107:107-127.
 
Slow Posttranslational Modification of a Neurofilament Protein. Bennett, G.S. and C.
    DiLullo. 1985. J. Cell Biol. 100:1799-1804.
 
Differential Binding of Antibodies Against the Neurofilament Triplet Proteins in Avian
    Neurons. Bennett, G.S., S. J. Tapscott, C. DiLullo and Holtzer, H. 1984. Brain Res.
    304:291-302.
 
Video and Multimedia
 
  • Human Gross Anatomy Dissection Video Clips. Copyright, 2004. 37 Video Clips.

  •     DiLullo, C. - Producer, Director, Writer, Editor, Graphic Artist
        Coughlin, P. - Writer, Editor
        D'Angelo, M. - Writer, Editor
        McGuinness, M. - Writer, Editor
     
  • Micromodern Exhibition: Limn Gallery- San Francisco, 2003
  •     Sponsored by Chroma Technology
     
    1) Tryptych I:
    The repeating motif is a group of myofibrils from chick embryonic skeletal muscle that were immunofluorescently labeled with an antibody against alpha actinin. The original micrograph was digitally acquired using a fluorescence microscope. The motif was cut from the micrograph and manipulated in Adobe Photoshop to create the final image.
     
    2) Efflorescence:
    The repeating motif is a single cell of the human parasite Toxoplasma gondii. The parasite was immunogold labeled with an antibody against tubulin. The motif is from an electron micrograph that was digitally scanned and subsequently manipulated in Adobe Photoshop to create the final image.
     
    3) Whorl:
    The repeating motif is a single cell from the human parasite Toxoplasma gondii. The parasite was immunogold labeled with an antibody against tubulin. The motif is from an electron micrograph that was digitally scanned and subsequently manipulated in Adobe Photoshop to create the final image.
     
     
    Last Updated: 9/23/14