* indicates student authors


Dana, C.E., Glauber, K.M., Chan T.A., Bridge D., and R.E. Steele. 2012. Incorporation of a horizontally transferred gene into an operon during cnidarian evolution. PLoS One 7

Martinez, D. E. and D. Bridge. 2012. Hydra, the everlasting embryo, confronts aging. Intern.J. Dev. Biol.56: 479-487.

Bridge, D., A. G.Theofiles*, R. L. Holler*, E. Marcinkevicius*, R. E. Steele, and D. E. Martínez. 2010. FoxO and stress responses in the cnidarian Hydra vulgaris. PLoS One 5:e11686.

Blackstone, N. W. and D. Bridge. Model systems for environmental signaling. 2005. Integr. Compar. Biol. 45: 605-614.

Bridge, D., C. T. Ha*, A. Nemir*, A. Renden*, M. M. Rorick*, A. L. Shaffer*, D. M. Underkoffler*, A. E. Wills* and D. E. Martinez. 2004. Variations on a theme? Polyp andmedusa development in Podocoryna carnea. Hydrobiologia 530: 299-307

Technau, U., M. A. Miller, D. Bridge and R. E. Steele. 2003. Arrested apoptosis of nurse cells during Hydra oogenesis and embryogenesis. Dev. Biol. 260: 191-206.

Bridge, D., N. Stover and R. E. Steele. 2000. Expression of a novel receptor tyrosine kinase gene and a paired-like homeobox gene provides evidence of differences in patterning at the oral and aboral ends of hydra. Dev. Biol. 220: 253-262.

Martínez, D., D. Bridge, L. Masuda Nakagawa and P. Cartwright. 1998. Cnidarian homeobox genes and the zootype. Nature 393: 748-749.