Michael Davidson

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Mike Davidson, head of the lab's Optical Microscopy program and trailblazing researcher in the study of cell biology, passed away on December 24, 2015.

Mike Davidson, head of the lab's Optical Microscopy program and trailblazing researcher in the study of cell biology, passed away on December 24, 2015.

Davidson, a MagLab researcher, photographer, mentor and entrepreneur, was 65 years old.

As one of the first researchers at the National MagLab, Davidson established and advanced a microscopy program that was at the center of over 100 publications and 600 journal or magazine covers.

Known around the world for his groundbreaking work on florescent proteins, Davidson developed techniques that helped scientists understand how proteins interact within distinct parts of a living cell. His lab donated over 5,000 unique florescent protein plasmids to Addagene in 2014, the largest donation of its kind. His work on florescent proteins is also credited with providing a "missing link” for Eric Betzig on his Nobel Prize winning microscope technology known as photoactivated localization microscopy (PALM).

Zoom in past the research and awards, though, and what you'll find in Mike Davidson is a teacher. Davidson worked directly with over 500 young scientists throughout his career, but impacted countless others through the development of websites, articles and textbooks that advanced the understanding and use of microscopes. Working in partnership with microscope companies, Davidson tested new instruments and built online training modules. His Molecular Expressions website features one of the world's largest collections of photo-micrographs and has become a go-to primer for those interested in learning about microscopy.

Davidson's beautiful photo-microscopy was also design inspiration for fashion in the late 1990s. Images of pharmaceuticals, ice cream and cocktails under the microscope were used on neckties, scarves, coasters and other unique products and are still licensed and sold today through http://www.bevshots.com/.

Text by Kristin Roberts

Remembrances

"The caliber of Mike's microscopy research was known internationally. But perhaps even more than that, Mike took pride in the many students he brought back into higher education, thereby launching their scientific and technical careers and building a legacy that will live on for generations."
  — MagLab Director Greg Boebinger

"Once in a while we're very fortunate to meet certain people in our lives that not only makes us a better person, but also that just perhaps, can also change the world for the better. Michael was certainly that inspiration to me.

I remember back in the early 90's, receiving a package and a note from Michael saying, "would I like to put vitamins onto ties". At first I thought it was somewhat strange until I looked at his microscopic images of what they actually did looked like under a microscope. I thought it was brilliant and amazingly beautiful and thought, I couldn't get a designer to create more beautiful designs. Within one year, Michael and I were developing new ideas and concepts which throughout the years helped to raise large funds for worthy cause related organizations. In almost every single collection, the impact throughout the industry was always exciting and the positive media never stopped.

With Michael's help and our vision together, Stonehenge went on to create some of the most exciting neckwear programs in our industry which was sold throughout America. At one time, I was even asked to meet with the British Prime Minister's wife in England, Norma Majors, who complimented my company on helping to raise funds for victims of drunk drivers. The Cocktail Collection went on to become one of the best selling lines of neckwear in the country.

"Yes, Michael was an amazing man and truly offered so much to so many. One thing for sure, the world of fashion may never look the same in my eyes without seeing those amazing beautiful glittering crystal images that only Michael could create and bring to life."
—   Irwin Sternberg, President / Chief Marketing Officer, Stonehenge Licensing Consultants LLC

Publications and Scientific Activities

  • Publications

  • Books

  • Presentations

  • Disseminations

2015

  1. A Fluorescent Indicator for Imaging Lysosomal Zinc(II) with Förster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET)-Enhanced Photostability and a Narrow Band of Emission.
    Sreenath, K.; Yuan, Z.; Allen, J.R.; Davidson, M.W. and Zhu, L.
    Chemistry, 7, 12, 867-874 (2015)
  2. A naturally monomeric infrared fluorescent protein for protein labeling in vivo
    Yu, D.; Baird, M.A.; Allen, J.R.; Howe, E.S.; Klassen, M.P.; Reade, A.; Makhijani, K.; Song, Y.; Liu, S.; Murthy, Z.; Zhang, S.Q.; Weiner, O.D.; Kornberg, T.B.; Jan, Y.N.; Davidson, M.W. and Shu, X.
    Nature Methods, 12, (8), 763-765 (2015)
  3. A Practical Method for Monitoring FRET-based Biosensors in Living Animals Using Two-photon Microscopy.
    Tao, W.; Rubart, M.; Ryan, J.; Xiao, X.; Qiao, C.; Hato, T.; Davidson, M.W.; Dunn, K.W. and Day, R.N.
    American Journal of Physiology: Cell Physiology, 309, 11, 724-35 (2015)
  4. Actin depletion initiates events leading to granule secretion at the immunological synapse
    Ritter, A.T.; Asano, Y.; Stinchombe, J.C.; Dieckmann, N.M.; Chen B.C.; Gawden-Bone, C.; van Engelenburg, S.; Legant, S.; Gao, L.; Davidson, M.W.; Betzig, E.; Lippincott-Schwartz, J. and Griffiths, G.M.
    Immunity, 42, 5, 864-876 (2015)
  5. ADVANCED IMAGING. Extended-resolution structured illumination imaging of endocytic and cytoskeletal dynamics.
    Li, D.; Shao, L.; Chen, B.C.; Zhang, X.; Zhang, M.; Moses, B.; Milkie, D.E.; Beach, J.R.; Hammer, J.A.; Pasham, M.; Kirchhausen, T.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.W.; Xu, P. and Betzig, E.
    Science, 349 (2015)
  6. Enhancing the Photostability of Arylvinylenebipyridyl Compounds as Fluorescent Indicators for Intracellular Zinc(II) Ions.
    Yuan, Z.; Younes, A.H.; Allen, J.R.; Davidson, M.W. and Zhu, L.
    Journal of Organic Chemistry, 80, 11, 5600-5610 (2015)
  7. Erk regulation of actin capping and bundling by Eps8 promotes cortex tension and leader bleb-based migration
    Longue, J.S.; Cartagena-Rivera, A.X.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.W.; Chadwick, R.S. and Waterman, C.M.
    eLife, eLife, 2015-10.7554/eLife.08314 (2015)
  8. Extended-resolution structured illumination imaging of endocytic and cytoskeletal dynamics.
    Shao, L.D.; Chen, B.C.; Zhang, X.; Zhang M.; Moses, B.; Milkie, D.E.; Beach, J.R.; Hammer, J.A.; Pashman, M.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.W. and Betzig, E.
    Science, 349 (2015)
  9. Fixation-resistant photoactivatable fluorescent proteins for CLEM
    Paez-Segala, M.G.; Sun, M.G.; Shtengel, G.; Viswanathan, S.; Baird, M.A..; Macklin, J.J.; Patel, R.; Allen, J.R.; Howe, E.S.; PIszczek, G.; Hess, H.F.; Davidson, M.W.; Wang, Y. and Looger, L.L
    Nature Methods, 12, 3, 215-218 (2015)
  10. High-Resolution Correlative Microscopy: Bridging the Gap between Single Molecule Localization Microscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy.
    Odermatt, P.D.; Shivanandan, A.; Deshount, H.; Jankele, R.; Nievergest, A.P.; Feletti, L.; Davidson, M.W.; Radenonic, A. and Fanter, G.E.
    Nano Letters (2015)
  11. Live-cell multiphoton fluorescence correlation spectroscopy with an improved large Stokes shift fluorescent protein.
    Guan, Y.; Meurer, M.; Raghavan, S.; Rebane, A.; lindquist, J.R.; Santos, S.; Kats, I.; Davidson, M.W.; Matitscher, R.; Hughes, T.E.; Drobizhev, M. and Shah, J. V.
    Molecular Biology of the Cell, 26, 11, 2054-2066 (2015)
  12. Microtubule motors power plasma membrane tubulation in clathrin-independent endocytosis.
    Day, C.A.; Baetz, N.W.; Copeland, C.A.; Kraft, L.J.; Han, B.; Tiwari, A.; Drake, K.R.; De Luca, H.; Chinnapen; D.J.; Davidson, M.W.; Holmes, R.K.; Jobling, M.G.; Schroer, T.A.; Lencer, W.I. and Kenworthy, A.K.
    Traffic, 16, 6, 572-590 (2015)
  13. Microtubule-dependent transport and dynamics of vimentin intermediate filaments.
    Hookway, C.; Ding, L.; Davidson, M.W., Rappoport, J.Z. Danuser, G. and Gelfand V.I.
    Molecular Biology of the Cell, 26, 9, 1675-1686 (2015)</>
  14. Molecular mechanism of vinculin activation and nanoscale spatial organization in focal adhesions.
    Case, L.B.; Baird, M.A.; Shtengel, G.; Campbell, S.L.; Hess, H.F.; Davidson, M.W. and Waterman, C.M.
    Nature Cell Biology, 17, 7, 880-892 (2015)
  15. N-acetyl cysteine mitigates the acute effects of cocaine-induced toxicity in astroglia-like cells
    Badisa, R.B.; Kumar, S.S.; Mazzio, E.; Haughbrook, R.D.; Allen, J.R.; Davidson, M.W.; Fitch-Pye, C.A. and Goodman, C.B.
    PLoS One, 10, 1, e0114285 (2015)
  16. Quantitative dose-response curves from subcellular lipid multilayer microarrays.
    Kusi-Appiah, A.E.; Lowry, T.W.; Darrow, E.M.; Wilson, K.A.; Chadwick, B.P.; Davidson, M.W. and Lenhert S.
    Lab Chip, 15, (16), 3397-3404 (2015)
  17. Talin determines the nanoscale architecture of focal adhesions.
    Liu, J.; Wang, Y.; Goh, W.; Goh, H.; Baird, M.A.; Ruehland, S.; Teo, S.; Bate, N.; Crichley, D.R.; Davidson, M.W. and Kanchanawong K.
    P. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 112, 35 (2015)
  18. The F-BAR Cdc15 promotes contractile ring formation through the direct recruitment of the formin Cdc12
    Willet, A.H.; McDonald, N.A.; Bohnert, K.A.; Baird, M.A.; Allen, J.R.; Davidson, M.W. and Gould, K.L.
    Journal of Cell Biology, 208, 4, 391-399 (2015)
  19. TPX2 regulates neuronal morphology through kinesin-5 interaction.
    Ol, K.; Ha, N.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.W. and Baas, P.W.
    Cytoskeleton, 72, 7, 340-348 (2015)
  20. Vertebrate Fidgetin Restrains Axonal Growth by Severing Labile Domains of Microtubules.
    Leo, L.; Yu, W.; D'Rozario, M,; Waddell, E.A.; Marenda, D.A.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.W.; Zhou, B.; Wu, B.; Barker, L.; Sharp, D.J. and Baas, P.W
    Cell Reports, 12, 11, 1723-1730 (2015)
  21. Vinculin is required for cell polarization, migration, and extracellular matrix remodeling in 3D collagen.
    Thievessen, I.; Fakhri, N.; Steinwachs, J.; Kraus, V.; McIsaac, R.S.; Gao, L.; Chen, B.C.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.W.; Betzig, E.; Oldenbourgh, R.; Waterman, C.M and Fabry, B.
    FASEB Journal, 29, 11, 4555-67 (2015)

2014

  1. A contractile and counterbalancing adhesion system controls the 3D shape of crawling cells.
    Burnette, D.T.; Shao, L.; Ott, C.; Pasapera, A.M.; Fischer, R.S.; Baird, M.A.; Der Loughian, C.; Delanoe-Ayari, H.; Paszek, M.J.; Davidson, M.W.; Betzig, E. and Lippincott-Schwartz, J.
    Journal of Cell Biology, 205, 83-96 (2014)
  2. A Review of Reagents for Fluorescence Microscopy of Cellular Compartments and Structures, Part III: Reagents for Actin, Tubulin, Cellular Membranes, and Whole Cell and Cytoplasm
    Kilgore, J.A.; Dolman, N.J. and Davidson, M.W.
    Current Protocols in Cytometry, 67, 12.32.1-12.32.17 (2014)
  3. CLASPs Are Required for Proper MicrotubuleLocalization of End-Binding Proteins
    Grimaldi, A.D.; Maki, T.; Fitton, B.P.; Roth, D.; Yampolsky, D.; Davidson, M.W.; Svitkina, T.; Straube, A.; Hayashi, I. and Kaverina, I.
    Developmental Cell, 30, 3, 343-352 (2014)
  4. Dectin-1-Dependent LC3 Recruitment to Phagosomes Enhances Fungicidal Activity in Macrophages.
    Tam, J.M.; Mansour, M.K.; Khan. N.S; Seward. M.; Puranam, S.; Tanne, A.; Sokolovska, A.; Becker, C.E.; Acharya, M.; Baird, M.A.; Choi, A.M.; Davidson, M.W; Segal, B.H; Lacy-Hulbert, A.; Stuart, L.M.; Xavier, R.J and Vyas, J.M.
    Journal of Infectious Diseases, 210, 11, 1844-54 (2014)
  5. Direct observation of Alpha-Actinin tension and recruitment at focal adhesions during contract growth
    Ye, N.; Verma, D.; Meng, F.; Davidson, M.W. and Suffoletto, K. and Hua, S.Z.
    Experimental Cell Research, 327, 1, 57-67 (2014)
  6. Engineering and characterizing monomeric fluorescent proteins for live-cell imaging applications
    Ai, H.; Baird, M.A.; Shen, Y.; Davidson, M.W. and Campbell, R.E.
    Nature Protocols, 9, 910-928 (2014)
  7. Force Engages Vinculin and Promotes Tumor Progression by Enhancing PI3K Activation of Phosphatidylinositol (3,4,5)-Triphosphate
    Rubashkin, M.G.; Cassereau, L.; Bainer, R.; DuFort, C.C.; Yui, Y.; Ou, G.; Paszek, M.J.; Davidson, M.W.; Chen, Y.Y. and Weaver, V.M.
    Cancer Research, 74, 17, 4597-4611 (2014)
  8. Identification of a post-translationally myristoylated autophagy-inducing domain released by caspase cleavage of huntingtin
    Martin, D.D.; Heit, R.J.; Yap, M.C.; Davidson, M.W.; Hayden, M.R. and Berthiaume, L.G.
    Human Molecular Genetics, 23, 12, 3166-3179 (2014)
  9. Lattice light-sheet microscopy: Imaging molecules to embryos at high spatiotemporal resolution
    Chen, B.C.; Legant, W.R.; Wang, K.; Shao, L.; Milkie, D.E.; Davidson, M.W.; Janetopoulos, C.; Wu, X.S. Hammer, J.A.; Liu, Z.; English, B.P.; Mimori-Kiyosue, Y.; Romero, D.P.; Ritter, A.T.; Lippincott-Schwartz, J.; Fritz-Laylin, L.; Mullins, R.D.; Mitchell, D. M.; Bembenek, J.N.; Reymann, A.C.; Bohme, R.; Grill, S.W. Wang, J.T.; Seydoux, G.; Tulu, U.S.; Kiehart, D.P. and Betzig, E.
    Science, 346, 1257998-125800 (2014)
  10. Materials integration by Nanointaglio
    Lowry, T.W.; Kusi-Appiah, G.J.; Van Winkle, D.H.; Davidson, M.W. and Lenhert S.
    Advanced Material Interfaces, 1, 4, 1300127 (1-5) (2014)
  11. Microtubule-dependent transport of vimentin filament precursors is regulated by actin and by the concerted action of Rho- and p21-activated kinases.
    Robert, A.; Hermann, H.; Davidson, M.W. and Gelfand, V.I.
    FASEB Journal, 28, 7, 2879-2890 (2014)
  12. Non-invasive intravital imaging of cellular differentiation with a bright red-excitable fluorescent protein
    Chu, J.; Haynes, R.D.; Corbel, S.Y.; Li, P.; Gonzalez-Gonzalez, E.; Burg, J.S.; Ataie, N.J.; Cranfill, P.J.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.W.; Ng, H.L.; Garcia, K.C.; Contag, C.H; Shen, K.; Blau, H.M and Lin, M.Z.
    Nature Methods, 11, 5, 572-578 (2014)
  13. Optimization of a Genetically Encoded Biosensor for Cyclin B1-Cyclin Dependent Kinase 1
    Belal, A.S.; Sell, B.R.; Hoi, H.; Davidson, M.W. and Campbell, R.
    Molecular Biosystems, 10, 191-195 (2014)
  14. Pathogenic Mutation of Spastin Has Gain-of-Function Effects on Microtubule Dynamics
    Solowska, J.M.; D'Rozario, M.; Jean, D.C.; Davidson, M.W.; Marenda, D.R. and Baas, P.W.
    J. Neurosci., 34, 5, 1856-1867 (2014)
  15. Practical considerations of objective lenses for application in cell biology
    Ross, S.T.; Allen, J.R and Davidson, M.W.
    in Molecular Biology, 123, 19-34 (2014)
  16. Rac1 and Aurora A regulate MCAK to polarize microtubule growth in migrating endothelial cells.
    Braun, A.; Dang, K.; Buslig, F.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.W.; Waterman, C.M. and Myers, K.A.
    Journal of Cell Biology, 206, 1, 97-112 (2014)
  17. Selective regulation of cytoskeletal tension and cell-matrix adhesion by RhoA and Src
    Sreenivasappa, H.; Chaki S.P.; Lim, S.M.; Trzeciakowski, J.P.; Davidson, M.W.; Rivera, G.M. and Trache, A.
    Integrative Biology, 6, 8, 743-754 (2014)
  18. Single crystal synthesis and magnetism of the BaLn2O4 family (Ln=lanthanide)
    Besara, T.; Lundberg, M.S.; Sun, J.; Ramirez, D.; Dong, L.; Whalen, J.B.; Vasquez, R;, Herrera, F.; Allen, J.R.; Davidson, M.W. and Siegrist, T.
    Progress in Solid State Chemistry, 42, 3, 23-36 (2014)
  19. Stable Small Quantum Dots for Synaptic Receptor Tracking on Live Neurons.
    Cai, E.; Ge, P.; Lee, S.H.; Jeyifous, O.; Wang, Y.; Liu, Y.; Wilson, K.M.; Baird, M.A.; Stone, J.E.; Lee, K.Y.; Davidson, M.W.; Chung, H.J.; Schulten, K.; Smith, A.M.; Green, W.N. and Selvin, P.R.
    Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 53, 46, 12484-12488 (2014)
  20. Structured Illumination Microscopy for Superresolution
    Allen, J.R.; Ross, S.T. and Davidson, M.W.
    ChemPhysChem, 15, 4, 566-576 (2014)
  21. The cancer cell glycocalyx mechanically primes integrin-dependent growth and survival
    Paszek, M.J.; Dufort, C.C.; Rossier, O.; Bainer, R.; Mouw, J.K.; Godula, K.; Hudak, J.E.; Lakins, J.N.; Wijekoon, A.; Cassereau, L.; Rabashkin, M.G.; Majbanua, M.J.; Thorn, K.S.; Davidson, M.W.; Rugo, H.S.; Park, J.W.; Hammer, D.A. Giannone, G.; Bertozzi, C.R. and Weaver, V.M.
    Nature, 511, 7509, 319-235 (2014)

2013

  1. A bright monomeric green fluorescent protein derived from Branchiostoma lanceolatum
    Shaner, N.C.; Lambert, G.G.; Chammas, A.; Ni, Y.; Cranfill, P.; Baird, M.A.; Allen, J.R.; Day, R.N.; Israelesson, M.; Davidson, M.W. and Wang, J.
    Nature Methods, 10, 5, 407-409 (2013)
  2. A New Oxytelluride:Perovskite and CsCl Intergrowth in Ba3Yb2O5Te
    Whalen, J.B.; Besara, T.; Vasquez, R.; Herrera, F.; Sun, J.; Ramirez, D.; Stillwell, R.L.; Tozer, S.W.; Tokumoto, T.D.; McGill, S.A.; Allen, J.; Davidson, M. and Siegrist, T.
    J. Solid State Chem., 203, 204-211 (2013)
  3. A Review of Reagents for Fluorescence Microscopy of Cellular Compartments and Structures, Part I: BacMam Labeling and Reagents for Vesicular Structures
    Dolman, N.J.; Kilgore, J.A. and Davidson, M.W.
    Current Protocols in Cytometry, 65, 12.30.1-12.30.27 (2013)
  4. A Review of Reagents for Fluorescence Microscopy of Cellular Compartments and Structures, Part II: Reagents for Non-Vesicular Organelles
    Kilgore, J.A.; Dolman, N.J. and Davidson, M.W.
    Current Protocols in Cytometry, 66, 12.31.1-12.31.24 (2013)
  5. An Engineered Monomeric Zoanthus sp. Yellow Fluorescent Protein
    Hoi, H.; Howe, E. S.; Ding, Y.; Zhang, W.; Baird, M. A.; Sell, B. R.; Allen, J. R.; Davidson, M. W. and Campbell, R. E.
    Chemistry & Biology, 20, 10, 1296-1304 (2013)
  6. Confocal Microscopy on the Internet
    Hazelwood, K.L.; Murphy, C.S.; Cunningham, Z.C.; Parry-Hill, M.J.; Ludlow, R.L.; Ramko, E.B.; Ozarowska, A.P.; Rainey, A.M. and Davidson, M.W.

    Methods in Molecular Biology, 1075, 49-96 (2013)
  7. Dual Function of CD81 in Influenza Virus Uncoating and Budding
    He, J.; Sun, E.; Bujny, M. V.; Kim, D.; Davidson, M. W. and Zhuang, X.
    PLoS Pathogens, 9, 10, e1003701 (2013)
  8. Growth Cone-Specific Functions of XMAP215 in Restricting Microtubule Dynamics and Promoting Axonal Outgrowth
    Lowery, L.A.; Stout, A.; Faris, A.E.; Ding, L.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.W.; Danuser, G. and Van Vactor, D.
    Neural Development, 8, 22-34 (2013)
  9. Initial neurite outgrowth in Drosophila neurons is driven by Kinesin-powered microtubulin sliding
    Lu, W.; Fox, P.; Lakonishok, M.; Davidson, M.W. and Gelfand V.I.
    Current Biology, 23, 11, 1018-1023 (2013)
  10. Integrated and Passive 1,2,3-Triazolyl Groups in Fluorescent Indicators for Zinc(II) Ions: Thermodynamic and Kinetic Evaluations
    Simmons, J.T.; Allen, J.R.; Morris, D.R.; Clark, R.J.; Levenson, C.W.; Davidson, M.W. and Zhu, L.
    Inorg. Chem., 20, 52, 5838-5850 (2013)
  11. Magnetic resonance contrast and biological effects of intracellular superparamagnetic iron oxides on human mesenchymal stem cells with long-term culture and hypoxic exposure
    Rosenberg, J.T.; Sellgren, K.L.; Sachi-Kocher, A.; Calixto Bejarano, F.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.W.; Ma, T. and Grant, S.C.
    Cytotherapy, 15, 3, 307-322 (2013)
  12. Myosin II-Mediated Focal Adhesion Maturation is Tension Insensitive
    Stricker, J.; Beckham, Y.; Davidson, M.W. and Gardel, M.L.
    PLoS One, 8, 7, e70652 (2013)
  13. NMII forms a contractile transcellular sarcomeric network to regulate apical cell junctions and tissue geometry
    Ebrahim, S.; Fujita, T.; Millis, B.A.; Kozin, E.; Ma, X.; Kawamoto, S.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.; Yonemura, S.; Hisa, Y.; Conti, M.A.; Adelstein, R.S.; Sakaguchi, H. and Kachar, B.
    Current Biology, 22, 23, 731-736 (2013)
  14. Overexpression of caveolin-1 is sufficient to phenocopy the behavior of a disease-associated Mutant
    Hanson, C.A.; Drake, K.R.; Baird, M.A.; Han, B.; Kraft, L.J.; Davidson, M.W. and Kenworthy A.K.
    Traffic, 16, 6, 663-677 (2013)
  15. Sample preparation for single molecule localization microscopy
    Allen, J.R.; Ross, S.T. and Davidson, M.W.
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 15, 43, 18771-18783 (2013)
  16. Single molecule localization microscopy for superresolution
    Allen, J.R.; Ross, S.T. and Davidson, M.W.
    Journal of Optics, 15, 095001 (2013)
  17. Strengths and Weaknesses of Recently Engineered Red Fluorescent Proteins Evaluated in Live Cells Using Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy
    Siegel, A.P.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.W. and Day, R.N.
    International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 14, 10, 20340-20358 (2013)
  18. Video-rate nanoscopy using sCMOS camera–specific single-molecule localization algorithms
    Huang, F.; Hartwich, T.M.P.; Rivera-Molina, F.E.; Lin, Y.; Duim, W.C.; Long, J.J.; Uchil, P.D.; Myers, J.J.; Baird, M.A.; Mothes, W.; Davidson, M.W.; Toomre, D. and Brewersdorf J.
    Nature Methods, 10, 6, 653-658 (2013)
  19. Vinculin-actin interaction couples actin retrograde flow to focal adhesions, but is dispensable for focal adhesion growth
    Thievessen, I.; Thompson, P.M.; Berlemont, S.; Plevock, K.M.; Plotnikov, S.V.; Zemljic-Harpf, A.; Ross, R.S.; Davidson, M.W.; Danuser, G.; Campbell, S.L. and Waterman, C.M.
    Journal of Cell Biology, 202, 163-177 (2013)

2012

  1. A monomeric red fluorescent protein with low cytotoxicity
    Shemiakina, I.I.; Ermakova, G.V.; Cranfill, P.J.; Baird, M.A.; Evans, R.A.; Souslova, E.A.; Staroverov, D.B.; Gorokhovatsky, A.Y.; Putintseva, E.V.; Goronicheva, T.V.; Chepurnykh, T.V.; Lukyanov, S.; Zaraisky, A.G.; Davidson, M.W.; Chudakov, D.M. and Shcherbo D.
    Nature Communications, 3, Article 1204 (2012)
  2. Automated screening of microtubule growth dynamics identifies MARK2 as a regulator of leading edge microtubules downstream of Rac1 in migrating cells
    Nishimura, Y.; Applegate, K.; Davidson, M.W.; Danuser, G. and Waterman, C.
    PLoS One, 7, 7, e42413 (2012)
  3. Differences in the Cellular Uptake and Intracellular Itineraries of Amyloid Beta Proteins 40 and 42: Ramifications for the Alzheimer's Drug Discovery
    Omtri, R.S.; Davidson, M.W.; Arumugam, B.; Poduslo, J.F. and Kadimalla, K.K.
    Molecular Pharmaceutics, 9, 7, 1887-1897 (2012)
  4. Fluorescent proteins for FRET microscopy: monitoring protein interactions in living cells
    Day, R.N. and Davidson, M.W.
    Bioessays, 34, 5, 341-350 (2012)
  5. Improving FRET dynamic range with bright green and red fluorescent proteins
    Lam, A.J.; St-Pierre, F.; Gong, Y.; Marshall, J.D.; Cranfill, P.J.; Baird, M.A.; McKeown, M.R.; Wiedenmann, J.; Davidson, M.W.; Schnitzer, M.J.; Tsien, R.Y. and Lin, M.Z.
    Nature Methods, 9, 10, 1005-1012 (2012)
  6. Internalized gap junctions are degraded by autophagy
    Fong, J.T.; Kells, R.M.; Gumpert, A.M.; Marzillier, J.Y.; Davidson, M.W. and Falk, M.M.
    Autophagy, 8, 5, 794-811 (2012)
  7. Intracellular SPIO Labeling of Microglia: High Field Considerations and Limitations for MR Microscopy
    Rosenberg, J.T.; Sachi-Kocher, A.; Davidson, M.W. and Grant, S.C.
    Contrast Media and Molecular Imaging, 7, 2, 121-129 (2012)
  8. Lipid multilayer microarrays for in vitro liposomal drug delivery and screening
    Kusi-Appiah, A.E.; Vafai, N.; Cranfill, P.J.; Davidson, M.W. and Lenhert, S.
    Biomaterials, 33, 16, 4187-4194 (2012)
  9. mMaple: a photoconvertible fluorescent protein for use in multiple imaging modalities
    McEvoy, A.L.; Hoi, H.; Bates, M.; Platonova, E.; Cranfill, P.J.; Baird, M.A.; Davidson, M.W.; Ewers H.; Liphardt, J. and Campbell R.E.
    PLoS One, 2012, 12, e51314 (2012)
  10. Monitoring protein interactions in living cells with fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy
    Sun, Y.; Hays, N.M.; Periasamy, A.; Davidson, M.W. and Day, R.N.
    Methods in Enzymology, 504, 371-391 (2012)
  11. Noninvasive Imaging beyond the Diffraction Limit of 3D Dynamics in Thickly Fluorescent Specimens
    Gao, L.; Shao, L.; Higgins, C.D.; Poulton, J.S.; Peifer, M.; Davidson, M.W.; Wu, X.; Goldstein, B. and Betzig, E.
    Cell, 151, 6521, 1-16 (2012)
  12. Nonlinear structured-illumination microscopy with a photoswitchable protein reveals cellular structures at 50-nm resolution
    Rego, E.H.; Shao, L.; Macklin, J.J.; Winoto, L.; Johansson, G.A.; Kamps-Hughes, N.; Davidson, M.W. and Gustafsson M.G.
    P. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 109, 3, E135-143 (2012)
  13. Scanning angle interference microscopy reveals cell dynamics at the nanoscale
    Paszek, M.J.; DuFort, C.C.; Rubashkin, M.G.; Davidson, M.W.; Thorn, K.S.; Liphardt, J.T. and Weaver, V.M.
    Nature Methods, 9, 8, 825-827 (2012)
  14. Time-lapse two-color 3D imaging of live cells with doubled resolution using structured illumination
    Fiolka, R.; Shao, L.; Rego, E.H.; Davidson, M.W. and Gustafsson M.G.
    P. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 109, 14, 5311-5315 (2012)

2011

  1. A FRET-based indicator for imaging mitochondrial zinc ions
    Sreenath, K.; Allen, J.R.; Davidson, M.W. and Zhu, L.
    Chemical Communications, 47, 11730-11732 (2011)
  2. A genetically encoded tag for correlated light and electron microscopy of intact cells, tissues, and organisms
    Shu, X.; Lev-Ram, V.; Deerinck, T.J.; Ramko, E.B.; Davidson, M.W.; Jin, Y.; Ellisman, M.H. and Tsien, R.Y.
    PLoS Biology, 9, 4, e1001041 (2011)
  3. A role for actin arcs in the leading-edge advance of migrating cells
    Burnette, D. T.; Manley, S.; Sengupta, P.; Sougrat, R.; Davidson, M. W.; Kachar B. and Lippincott-Schwartz, J.
    Nature Cell Biology, 13, 4, 371-381 (2011)
  4. An enhanced monomeric blue fluorescent protein with the high chemical stability of the chromophore
    Subach, O.M.; Cranfill, P.J.; Davidson, M.W. and Verkhusha, V.V.
    PLoS One, 6, 12, e28674 (2011)
  5. An improved cerulean fluorescent protein with enhanced brightness and reduced reversible photoswitching
    Markwardt, M.L.; Kremers, G.J.; Craft, C.A.; Ray, K.; Cranfill, P.J.; Wilson, K.A.; Day, R.N.; Wachter, R.M.; Davidson, M.W. and Rizzo, M.A.
    PLoS One, 6, 3, e17896 (2011)
  6. Balance between fluorescence enhancement and association affinity in fluorescent heteroditopic indicators for imaging zinc ion in living cells
    Kuang, G.C.; Allen, J.R.; Baird, M.A.; Nguyen, B.T.; Zhang, L.; Morgan, T.J.; Levenson, C.W.; Davidson, M.W. and Zhu. L.
    Inorg. Chem., 50, 20, 10493-10504 (2011)
  7. Confined activation and subdiffractive localization enables whole-cell PALM with genetically expressed probes
    York, A.G.; Ghitani, A.; Vaziri, A.; Davidson, M.W. and Shroff, H.
    Nature Methods, 8, 4, 327-333 (2011)
  8. Fluorescent proteins at a glance
    Kermers, G.J.; Gilbert, S.G.; Cranfill, P.J.; Davidson, M.W. and Piston, D.W.
    J. Cell Science, 124, 157-160 (2011)
  9. Highly stable loading of Mcm proteins onto chromatin in living cells requires replication to unload
    Kuipers, M.A.; Stasevich, T.J.; Sasaki, T.; Wilson, K.A.; Hazelwood, K.L.; McNally, J.G.; Davidson, M.W. and Gilbert, D.M.
    Journal of Cell Biology, 192, 1, 29-41 (2011)
  10. In vitro motility of liver connexin vesicles along microtubules utilizes kinesin motors
    Fort, A.G.; Murray, J.W.; Dandachi, N.; Davidson, M.W.; Dermietzel R.; Wolkoff, A.W. and Spray, D.C.
    J. Biol. Chem., 286, 26, 22875-22885 (2011)
  11. Pioneers in Optics: Jean-Bernard-Leon Foucault and Willebrord Snell
    Davidson, M.W.
    Microscopy Today, 19, 1, 44-46 (2011)
  12. Rapid three-dimensional isotropic imaging of living cells using Bessel beam plane illumination
    Planchon, T.A.; Gao, L.; Milkie, D.E.; Davidson, M.W.; Galbraith, J.A.; Galbraith, C.G. and Betzig, E.
    Nature Methods, 8, 5, 417-423 (2011)

2010

  1. 2-Anthryltriazolyl-containing multidentate ligands: zinc-coordination mediated photophysical processes and potential in live-cell imaging applications
    Michaels, H.A.; Murphy, C.S.; Clark, R.J.; Davidson, M.W. and Zhu, L.
    Inorg. Chem., 49, 9, 4278-4287 (2010)
  2. A Monomeric Photoconvertible Fluorescent Protein for Imaging of Dynamic Protein Localization
    Hoi, H.; Shaner, N.C.; Davidson, M.W.; Cairo, C.W.; Wang, J. and Campbell, R.E.
    J. Mol. Biol., 401, 5, 776-791 (2010)
  3. Electronic structural dependence of the photophysical properties of fluorescentheteroditopic ligands – implications in designing molecular fluorescent indicators
    Younes, A.H.; Zhang, L.; Clark, R. J.; Davidson, M.W. and Zhu, L.
    Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 8, 5431-5441 (2010)
  4. G2 phase chromatin lacks determinants of replication timing
    Lu, J.; Li, F.; Murphy, C.S.; Davidson, M.W. and Gilbert D.M.
    Journal of Cell Biology, 189, 6, 967-980 (2010)
  5. Live-Cell Tracking Using SIFT Features in DIC Microscopic Videos
    JIang, R.M.; Crookes, D.; Luo, N. and Davidson, M. W.
    IEEE Trans. Biomedical Engineering, 57, 9, 2219-2228 (2010)
  6. Luminaries: Robert Hooke, Physics, Architecture, Astronomy, Paleontology, Biology
    Davidson, M.W.
    American Society for Clinical Pathology | LabMedicine, 41, 3, 178-179 (2010)
  7. Nanoscale architecture of integrin-based cell adhesions
    Kanchanawong, P.; Shtengel, G.; Pasapera, A.M.; Ramko, E.B.; Davidson, M.W.; Hess, H.F. and Waterman, C.M.

    Nature, 468, 580-584 (2010)
  8. Pioneers in Optics: Dominique-Francois-Jean Arago and Augustin-Jean Fresnel
    Davidson, M.W.
    Microscopy Today, 18, 1, 46-47 (2010)
  9. Pioneers in Optics: Giovanni Battista Amici and Girolamo Cardano
    Davidson, M.W.
    Microscopy Today, 18, 50-52 (2010)
  10. Pioneers in Optics: Louis Daguerre and George Eastman
    Davidson, M.W.

    Microscopy Today, 18, 48-49 (2010)
  11. Pioneers in Optics: Richard Adolph Zsigmondy and Thomas Young
    Davidson, M.W.
    Microscopy Today, 18, 6, 50-52 (2010)
  12. Superresolution Imaging using Single-Molecule Localization
    Patterson, G.; Davidson, M.; Manley, S. and Lippincott-Schwartz, J.
    Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, 61, 345-367 (2010)
  13. The membrane-associated protein, supervillin, accelerates F-actin-dependent rapid integrin recycling and cell motility
    Fang, Z.; Takizawa, N.; Wilson, K.A.; Smith, T.C.; Delprato, A.; Davidson, M.W.; Lambright, D.G. and Luna, E.J.
    Traffic, 11, 6, 782-299 (2010)

2009

  1. A bright and photostable photoconvertible fluorescent protein
    McKinney, S.A.; Murphy, C.S.; Hazelwood, K.L.; Davidson, M.W. and Looger, L.L.
    Nature Methods, 6, 2, 131-133 (2009)
  2. A fluorescent heteroditopic ligand responding to free zinc ion over six orders of magnitude concentration range
    Zhang, L.; Murphy, C.S.; Kuang, G.C.; Hazelwood, K.L.; Constantino, M.H.; Davidson, M.W. and Zhu, L.
    Chemical Communications, 2009, 47, 7408-7410 (2009)
  3. Characterization of an orange acceptor fluorescent protein for sensitized spectral fluorescence resonance energy transfer microscopy using a white-light laser
    Sun, Y.; Booker, C.F.; Kumari, S.; Day, R.N.; Davidson, M.W. and Periasamy, A.
    J. Biomed. Optics, 14, 5, 054009-11 (2009)
  4. Dynamic magneto-optical imaging of transport current redistribution and normal zone propagation in YBa2Cu3O7−δ coated conductor
    Song, H.; Davidson, M.W. and Schwartz, J.
    Superconductor Science and Technology, 22, 062001 (2009)
  5. Engineered fluorescent proteins: innovations and applications
    Davidson, M.W. and Campbell, R.E.
    Nature Methods, 6, 10, 713-717 (2009)
  6. Evaluating and improving the photostability of fluorescent proteins
    Shaner, N.C.; Lin, M.Z.; McKeown, M.R.; Steinbach, P.A.; Hazelwood, K.L.; Davidson, M.W. and Tsien, R.Y.
    Proc. SPIE, 7191, 719105-11 (2009)
  7. Far-red fluorescent tags for protein imaging in living tissues
    Shcherbo, D.; Murphy, C.S.; Ermakova, G.V.; Solovieva, E.A.; Chepurnykh, T.V.; Shcheglov, A.S.; Verkhusha, V.V.; Pletnev, V.Z.; Hazelwood, K.L.; Roche, P.M.; Lukyanov, S.; Zaraisky, A.G.; Davidson, M.W. and Chudakov, D.M.
    Biochemical J., 418, 567-574 (2009)
  8. Fluorescence Spectroscopy: Alexander Jablonski
    Davidson, M.W.

    Society for Clinical Pathology | LabMedicine, 40, 11, 52-53 (2009)
  9. Fluorescent Protein Tracking and Detection: Applications Using Fluorescent Proteins in Living Cells
    Rizzo, M.A.; Davidson, M.W. and Piston, D.W.
    Cold Spring Harbor Protocols, 2009, doi:10.1101/pdb.top64 (2009)
  10. Fluorescent Protein Tracking and Detection: Fluorescent Protein Structure and Color Variants
    Rizzo, M.A.; Davidson, M.W. and Piston, D.W.
    Cold Spring Harbor Protocols, 2009, doi:10.1101/pdb.top63 (2009)
  11. Genetically encoded biosensors based on engineered fluorescent proteins
    Frommer, W.B.; Davidson, M.W. and Campbell, R.E.
    Chemical Society Reviews, 38, 2833-2841 (2009)
  12. Interferometric fluorescent super-resolution microscopy resolves 3D cellular ultrastructure
    Shtengel, G.; Galbraith, J.A.; Galbraith, C.G.; Lippincott-Schwartz, J.; Gillette, J.M.; Manley, S.; Sougrat, R.; Waterman, C.M.; Kanchanawong, P.; Davidson, M.W.; Fetter, R.D. and Hess, H.F.
    P. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 106, 9, 3125-3130 (2009)
  13. Mechanism of Neuronal versus Endothelial Cell Uptake of Alzheimer’s Disease Amyloid beta-Protein
    Kandimalla, K.K.; Olenych, G.S.; Fulzele, S.; Davidson, M.W. and Poduslo, J.F.
    PLoS Biology, 4, 2, e4627 (2009)
  14. Microscopy Pioneers: Zacharias Janssen and Johannes Kepler
    Davidson, M.W.
    Microscopy Today, 17, 11, 66-67 (2009)
  15. Microscopy: Ernst Abbe
    Davidson, M.W.
    American Society for Clinical Pathology | LabMedicine, 40, 8, 502-503 (2009)
  16. Photoactivation in Fluorescence Microscopy
    Piston, D.W.; Kremers, G.J.; Benninger, R.K. and Davidson, M.W.
    Microscopy Today, 17, 4, 8-13 (2009)
  17. Photoconversion in orange and red fluorescent proteins
    Kremers, G.J.; Hazelwood, K.L.; Murphy, C.S.; Davidson, M.W. and Piston, D.W.
    Nature Methods, 6, 5, 355-358 (2009)
  18. Pioneers in Optics: Ernst Abbe
    Davidson, M.W.
    Microscopy Today, 17, 1, 38-42 (2009)
  19. Pioneers in Optics: Henry Baker and Giovanni Borelli
    Davidson, M.W.
    Microscopy Today, 17, 8, 64-65 (2009)
  20. Pioneers in Optics: Pierre de Fermat and Sir George Biddell Airy
    Davidson, M.W.
    Microscopy Today, 17, 9, 56-57 (2009)
  21. The characterization of optimized fluorescent proteins for Forster resonance energy transfer microscopy
    Day, R.N.; Sun, Y.; Booker, C.F.; Kumari, S.; Periasamy, A. and Davidson, M.W.
    Proc. SPIE, 7183, 718306 (2009)
  22. The fluorescent protein palette: tools for cellular imaging
    Day, R.N. and Davidson, M.W.
    Chemical Society Reviews, 28, 2887-2921 (2009)

2008

  1. Fluorescent protein FRET pairs for ratiometric imaging of dual biosensors.
    Ai, H.; Hazelwood, K.; Davidson, M.; and Campbell, R.
    Nature Methods, 5, 5, 401-403 (2008)
  2. Hue-shifted monomeric variants of Clavularia cyan fluorescentprotein: identification of the molecular determinants of color andapplications in fluorescence imaging
    Ai, H.; Olenych, S.; Wong, P.; Davidson, M. and Campbell, R.
    BMC Biology, 6, 13, 1-13 (2008)
  3. Improving the photostability of bright monomeric orange and red fluorescent proteins
    Shaner, N.; Lin, M.; McKeown, M.; Steinbach, P.; Hazelwood, K.; Davidson, M. and Tsien, R.
    Nature Methods, 5, 6, 545 (2008)
  4. Searching the Fluorescent Protein Color Palette for New FRET Pairs
    Hazelwood, K.; Ramko, E.; Ozarowska, A.; Olenych, S.; Worthy, P.; Guan, A.; Murphy, C. and Davidson, M.
    Proc. SPIE, 6868, 68680-11 (2008)

2007

  1. Advances in fluorescent protein technology
    Shaner, N.; Patterson, G. and Davidson, M.
    J. Cell Science, 120, 24, 4248 (2007)
  2. Dual-color superresolution imaging of genetically expressed probes within individual adhesion complexes
    Shroff, H.; Galbraith, C.; Galbraith, J.; White, H.; Gillette, J.; Olenych, S.; Davidson, M. and Betzig, E.
    P. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 104, 51, 20308-20313 (2007)

2006

  1. Effect of tensile strain on grain connectivity and flux pinning in Bi2Sr2Ca2Cu3Ox tapes
    van der Laan, D.C.; Ekin, J.W.; van Eck, H.J.N.; Dhalle, M.; ten Haken, B.; Davidson, M.W. and Schwartz, J.
    Appl. Phys. Lett., 88, 022511 (2006)
  2. Imaging Intracellular Fluorescent Proteins at Nanometer Resolution
    Betzig, P.; Patterson, G.H.; Sougrat, R.; Lindwaser, O.W.; Olenych, S.; Bonifacino, J.S.; Davidson, M.W.; Lippinicott-Schwartz, J. and Hess, H.F.
    Science, 313, 5793, 1642-1645 (2006)
  3. Internet-based education on the structure, function, and imaging of fluorescent proteins
    Parry-Hill, M.; Claxton, N.; Olenych, S.; Ottenberg, G.; Rainey, A.; Neaves, S. and Davidson, M.
    Proc. SPIE, 6098, 60980-8 (2006)
  4. The Fluorescent Protein Color Palette
    Olenych, S.; Claxton, N.; Ottenberg, G. and Davidson, M.
    Current Protocols in Cell Biology, 21, 21.5.1-34 (2006)

2005

  1. Current distribution and grain connectivity in YBa2Cu3O7-g coated conductors van der Laan, D.C.; van Eck, H.J.N.; Dhalle, M.; Metz, B.; ten Haken, B.; ten Kate, H.H.J.; Naveira, L.M.; Davidson, M.W. and Schwartz, J. Appl. Phys. Lett., 86, 032512-13 (2005)
  2. Direct experimental analysis of the relation between the grain structure and distribution in critical current density in YBa2Cu3O7-g coated conductors van der Laan, D.C.; Naveira, L.M.; van Eck, H.J.N.; Dhalle, M.; Metz, B.; Schwartz, J.; Davidson, M.W.; ten Haken, B. and ten Kate, H.H.J. Superconductor Science and Technology, 18, 299-306 (2005)
  3. Two- and Three-Dimensional Connectivity and Current Distribution in YBa2Cu3Ox-Coated Conductors
    Van Der Lann, D.C.; Can Eck, H.J.N.; Dhalle, M.; Metz, B.; Ten Haken, B.; Ten Kate, H.H.J.; Naveira, L.M.; Davidson, M.W. and Schwartz, J.
    Appl. Phys. Lett., 86, 032512-032513 (2005)

2004

  1. Magneto optical imaging of cracking in high temperature superconducting thin films and tapes under tensile strain
    Rutel, I.B.; McIntosh, C.; Caruso, A.; van der Laan, D.C.; Davidson, M. and Schwartz, J.
    Magneto Optical Imaging, NATO Science Series, II. Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, 142, 133-140 (2004)
  2. Quantitative Analysis of Current Density Distributions from Magneto-Optical Images of Superconducting YBa2Cu3O7-g Coated Conductors
    Rutel, I.B.; McIntosh, C.; Caruso, A.; Davidson, M.W. and Schwartz, J.
    Superconductor Science and Technology, 17, S, 269-273 (2004)

2002

  1. Basic principles of microscope objectives
    Abramowitz, M.; Spring, K.R.; Keller, H.E. and Davidson, M.W.
    Biotechniques, 33, 4, 772-774 (2002)
  2. Magneto-optical imaging study of the crack formation in superconducting tapes caused by applied strain
    van der Laan, D.C.; van Eck, H.J.N.; Davidson, M.W.; ten Haken, B.; ten Kate, H.H.J. and Schwartz, J.
    Physica C, 372-376, 1020-1023 (2002)

2014

  1. Practical considerations for single molecule localization microscopy
    Allen, J.R.; Ross, S.T. and Davidson, M.W.
    Microscopy: advances in scientific research and education – Microscopy Book Series – Volume #6, 732-740 (2014)
  2. Practical considerations of objective lenses for application in cell biology.
    Ross, S.T.; Allen, J.R. and Davidson, M.W.
    Quantitative imaging in cell biology, 123, 19-34 (2014)
  3. Superresolution Techniques using Fluorescent Protein Technology
    Allen, J.R; Ross, S.T. and Davidson, M.W.
    The Fluorescent Protein Revolution, 279-307 (2014)

2013

  1. A review of reagents for fluorescence microscopy of cellular compartments and structures
    Kilgore, J.A.; Dolman, N.J. and Davidson, M.W.
    Current Protocols Select: Imaging and Microscopy, 133-206 (2013)

2010

  1. Fluorescent Protein Reporters
    Campbell, R.E. and Davidson, M.W.
    Molecular Imaging with Reporter Genes, 3-40 (2010)
  2. Fluorescent Protein Tracking and Detection
    Rizzo, M.A.; Davidson, M.W. and Piston, D.W.
    Live-Cell Imaging: A Laboratory Manual, 2, 3-29 (2010)

2009

  1. Fluorescent Biomarkers in Neurons
    Fish, K.N. and Davidson, M.W.
    Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 4, 261-271 (2009)

2007

  1. Entering the Portal: Understanding the Digital Image Recorded Through a Microscope
    Hazelwood, K.; Olenych, S.; Griffin, J.; Cathcart, J. and Davidson, M.
    Imaging Cellular and Molecular Biological Functions, 3-43 (2007)
  2. Photomicrography
    Davidson, M.; Olenych, S. and Claxton, N.
    Encyclopedia of Photography, (2007)

2002

  1. Optical Microscopy
    Davidson, M.W. and Abramowitz, M.
    Encyclopedia of Imaging Science and Technology, Hornak, J. (ed.), 2, 1106-1141 (2002)

2014

  1. Tracking of hMSCs Preconditioned with 0.5% O2 in Association with Stroke Utilizing 1H and 23Na MRI at 21.1 T
    Rosenberg, J.T.; Leftin, A.; Calixto Bejarano, F.; Davidson, M.W.; Baird, M.; Frydman, L.; Ma, T. and Grant, S.C.
    30th Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference Gulfport, MS 4/10 - 4/12 (2014)

2013

  1. Tracking of hMSCs in association with ischemic neuronal injury utilizing 1H and 23Na nuclei at 21.1T
    Rosenberg, J.T.; Sellgren, K.; Bejarano, F.; Calixto, F.; Davidson, M.M.; Baird, M.; Ma, T. and Grant, S.C.
    World Molecular Imaging Conference Savannah, GA September 17-22 (2013)
  2. Tracking Of Hmscs In Association With Ischemic Neuronal Injury Utilizing 1h And 23na Nuclei At 21.1T
    Rosenberg, J.T.; Sellgren, K.; Calixto Bejarano, F.; Davidson, M.M.; Baird, M.; Ma, T. and Grant, S.C.
    Southeastern Magnetic Resonance Conference Tallahassee, FL October 11-13 (2013)

2012

  1. Biological and MR Impacts of Long Term SPIO Exposure on hMSCs Under Hypoxic-Ischemic Conditions
    Rosenberg, J.T.; Sellgren. K.; Davidson, M.W.; Baird, M.A.; Ma, T. and Grant, S.C.
    Biomedical Engineering Society Atlanta, GA October 24-27 (2012)
  2. MR Contrast and Biological Impacts of Intracellular Superparamagnetic Iron Oxides on Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells with Long-term Culture and Hypoxic Exposure
    Rosenberg, J.T.; Sellgren, K.; Davidson, M.A.; Ma, T. and Grant, S.C.
    Int. Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) Melbourne, Australia May 5-11 (2012)
  3. Physical Characterization of Functionalized Silk Material for Electronic Application and Devices
    Steven, E.; Jobiliong, E.; Park, J.G.; Paravastu, A.; Davidson, M.; Baird, M.; Alamo, R.G.; Kaner, P.; Brooks, J.S. and Siegrist, T.
    American Physical Society March Meeting Boston, MA March 1 (2012)
  4. Tracking hMSCs Under Ischemic Neuronal Injury Utilizing 1H and 23Na MRI at 21.1T
    Rosenberg, J.T.; Sellgren, K.; Calixto Bejarano, F.; Davidson, M.W.; Baird, M.A.; Ma,T. and Grant, S.C.
    Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Atlanta, GA October 24-27 (2012)
  5. Tracking of human mesenchymal stem cells in association with stroke utilizing 1H and 23Na nuclei at 21.1 T
    Rosenberg, J.T.; Sellgren, K;. Davidson, M.W.; Baird, M.A.; Ma, T. and Grant, S.C.
    ISMRM: Workshop in MRI-based cell tracking Miami, FL January 29-February 1 (2012)

2011

  1. Tracking of Neuroprogenitor Cells in Association with Traumatic Brain Injury
    Rosenberg, J.T.; Darkazalli, A.; Baird, M.; Davidson, M.W.; Levenson, C.W. and Grant, S.C.
    Int. Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) Montreal, Canada May 7-13 (2011)

2009

  1. Visualization of normal zone propagation in YBaCuO coated conductor using magneto-optical imaging
    Song, H.; Davidson, M.W. and Schwartz, J.
    2009 Cryogenic Engineering and Int. Cryogenic Materials Conf. Tucson, AZ June 28-July 2 (2009)

2003

  1. Quantitative Analysis of Current Density Distributions from Magneto-Optical Images of Superconducting YBa2Cu3O7-g Coated Conductors
    Rutel, I.B.; McIntosh, C.; Caruso, A.; Davidson, M.W. and Schwartz, J.
    Eucas 2003 Conference Sorrento, Italy September 14-18 (2003)

2001

  1. Magneto-Optical Imaging Study of the Crack Formation in Superconducting Tapes Caused by Applied Strain
    van der Laan, D.C; Davidson, M.W.; ten Haken, B.; ten Kate, H.H.J. and Schwartz, J.
    CEC/ICMC Madison, WI July 16-20 (2001)
  2. Magneto-Optical Imaging Study of the Crack Formation in Superconducting Tapes Caused by Applied Strain
    van der Laan, D.C.; van Eck, H.J.N.; Davidson, M.W.; ten Haken, B.; ten Kate, H.H.J. and Schwartz, J.
    EUCAS 2001 Copenhagen, Denmark August 27-30 (2001)

2005

  1. Brightfield Microscopy Digital Image Gallery
    Griffin, J.D.; Neaves, S.H. and Davidson, M.W.
    (2005)
  2. Colocalization of Fluorophores in Confocal Microscopy
    Casavan, W.; Gaidoukevitch, Y.; Murphy, D.B.; Claxton, N.S. and Davidson, M.W.
    (2005)
  3. Confocal Microscopy Image Gallery: Rat Brain Tissue Sections
    Claxton, N.S.; Neaves, S.H. and Davidson, M.W.
    (2005)
  4. Imaging Parameters for Fluorescent Proteins
    Piston, D.W.; Lippincott-Schwartz, J.; Patterson, G.H.; Claxton, N.S. and Davidson, M.W.
    (2005)
  5. Introduction to Charge-Coupled Devices (CCDs)
    Spring, K.R.; Fellers, T.J. and Davidson, M.W.
    (2005)
  6. Introduction to Fluorescence Microscopy
    Spring, K.R. and Davidson, M.W.
    (2005)
  7. Introduction to Fluorescent Proteins
    Piston, D.W.; Lippincott-Schwartz, J.; Patterson, G.H.; Claxton, N.S. and Davidson, M.W.
    (2005)
  8. Laser Safety
    Fellers, T.J. and Davidson, M.W.
    (2005)
  9. Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope Simulator
    Shand, S.H.; Watkins, S.C.; Matsuba, K.; Parry-Hill, M.J.; Claxton, N.S. and Davidson, M.W.
    (2005)
  10. Live Cell Imaging: Cell Motility
    Claxton, N.S.; Neaves, S.H. and Davidson, M.W.
    (2005)
  11. Optical Highlighter Fluorescent Proteins
    Lippincott-Schwartz, J.; Patterson, G.H.; Piston, D.W.; Claxton, N.S. and Davidson, M.W.
    (2005)
  12. Spectral Bleed-Through (Crossover) in Confocal Microscopy
    Shand, S.H.; Watkins, S.C.; Matsuba, K.; Parry-Hill, M.J.; Claxton, N.S. and Davidson, M.W.
    (2005)
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