College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Biology

Michael S. Maloney

Presentations
Publications
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Presentations

Kansas Academy of Science

Maloney, M.S. & Burchill, B.R. 1976. Cyclic nucleotides and oral regeneration in Stentor coeruleus. 1976.

American Society for Cell Biology

Maloney, M.S. The effects of cyclic nucleotides on oral regeneration in Stentor coeruleus. 1976

Maloney, M.S. The effects of calcium, local anesthetics and the ionophore A23187 on oral regeneration in Stentor coeruleus. 1978

Maloney, M.S. Further evidence for the role of the cell surface and calcium in oral regeneration in Stentor coeruleus. 1979

Maloney, M.S. Concanavalin A and phytohemagglutinin delay oral regeneration in the ciliate Stentor coeruleus. 1981

Maloney, M.S. Con A inhibits oral regeneration in Stentor coeruleus via possible crosslinking of receptors. 1983

Maloney, M.S. Concanavalin A inhibits oral regeneration in the ciliate Stentor coeruleus by binding to the cell surface. 1985.

Maloney, M.S. & Daniel, J.L. Con A binds to the membranellar and somatic cilia of Stentor and to the developing oral primordium during oral regeneration. 1986

Maloney, M. S., Walsh, P. R. and Rhoadarmor, K. Calcium and calmodulin antagonists delay oral regeneration in Stentor. 1989.

Maloney, M.S. & Torlina, H.T. Identification of a major protein component of the contractile myonemes and the membranelles of the ciliate Stentor coeruleus. 1995.

Society of Protozoologists

Maloney, M.S. & McDaniel, W.S. Preparation and characterization of a cytoskeletal residue from the ciliate Blepharisma. 1991.

Maloney, M.S. & McDaniel, W.S. Preparation and characterization of a cytoskeletal fraction from the ciliate Stentor coeruleus. 1991

Maloney, M.S., Locknar, S. & Huang, B. Identification and localization of a protein immunologically related to caltractin from the ciliate Stentor coeruleus. 1994.

Maloney, M.S. & Torlina, H.T. Identification of a major protein component of the contractile myonemes and the membranelles of the ciliate Stentor coeruleus. 1996.

Midwest Regional Developmental Society

Maloney, M.S.. Possible involvement of membrane proteins in oral regeneration in the ciliate Stentor coeruleus. 1983

Indiana Academy of Science

Maloney, M.S. Concanavalin A inhibits oral regeneration in Stentor coeruleus by binding to the cell surface. 1984.

Walsh, P.R. & Maloney, M.S. Calmodulin antagonists inhibit oral regeneration in the ciliate Stentor coeruleus. 1986.

Maloney, M.S. & Daniel, J.L. Con A binding sites in the ciliate Stentor coeruleus are located in the membranellar and somatic cilia. 1986

Walsh, P.R. & Maloney, M.S. Phytohemagglutinin binds to the same sites in the ciliate Stentor as does Con A. 1987

Maloney, M.S. & McDaniel, W.S. Preparation and characterization of a cytoskeletal residue from the ciliate Blepharisma. 1990.

Maloney, M.S. & McDaniel, W.S. Preparation and characterization of a cortical residue of the ciliate Stentor coeruleus. 1990.

Maloney, M.S. & Locknar, S.A. Identification and localization of a protein immunologically related to caltractin in the ciliate Stentor coeruleus. 1994.

Maloney, M.S. & Torlina, H.T. The identification of a 20 kDa protein in the myonemes and membranellar band of the ciliate Stentor coeruleus. 1995.

Overholser, E.D. & Maloney, M.S.. Proteins immunologically related to a 23 kDa cytoskeletal protein from Stentor are found in Paramecium and Tetrahymena . 1997.

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Publications

Maloney, M.S., McDaniel, W.S., Locknar, S.A., & Torlina, H.M. 2005.  Identification and localization of proteins immunologically related to centrin in the myonemes and membranelles of the heterotrophic ciliate, Stentor coeruleus.  J. Euk. Micro. 52:328-338.

Maloney, M.S. & Overholser, E.D. 2002.  Proteins Immunologically Related to a Centrin-like 23 kDa Cytoskeletal Protein from Stentor are found in Spirostomum, Paramecium and Tetrahymena (Presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology) Molec. Biol. Cell 13 (Suppl):332A.

Maloney, M.S. & Burchill, B.R. 1977. The presence of cyclic AMP and its effects on oral regeneration and in situ ciliary regeneration in Stentor coeruleus. Journal Cellular Physiology 93: 363-74.

Maloney, M.S. 1980. Pharmacological evidence for cell surface control of oral regeneration in Stentor coeruleus. Journal Cellular Physiology 103: 305-11.

Maloney, M.S. 1984. Phytohemagglutinin induces delays in oral regeneration in the ciliate Stentor coeruleus. Journal Protozoology 31: 170-74.

Maloney, M.S. 1986. Con A inhibits oral regeneration in the ciliate Stentor coeruleus through a mechanism involving binding to the cell surface. Journal Cellular Physiology 128: 113-120

Maloney, M.S. 1988. Con A binds to the membranellar and somatic cilia of Stentor and to the developing oral primordium during oral regeneration. Journal Protozoology 35: 502-505.

Maloney, M.S., Walsh, P.R. & Rhoadarmor, K. 1991. Calcium and calmodulin antagonists delay oral regeneration in the ciliate Stentor coeruleus. Journal Experimental Biology 161: 135-149.

Gourley, E., Kugler, C. and Maloney, M. 1981. Laboratory Exercises in General Biology 113. Burgess Publishing Co.

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Awards and Grants

National Science Foundation Research Equipment Grant -"Acquisition of Microscopic Equipment" - 1980 -$13,000 - Awarded at Radford University

National Science Foundation Research Equipment Grant -"Cellular Mechanisms in Oral Development in a Ciliate" - 1984 - $17,300 - Awarded at Butler University

Research Corporation Grant - "The Role of Calcium Ion Fluxes and Membrane Proteins in the Ciliate Stentor coeruleus" - 1984 - $9500

Research Corporation Grant - 1986 - $5300

National Science Foundation College Science Instrumentation Grant - "Acquisition of Phase Contrast and Fluorescence Microscopes for Biology Education" - 1987 - $25,750

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