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Cann GM, Bradshaw AD, Gervin DB, Hunter AW, Clegg DO.  1996.  Widespread expression of beta1 integrins in the developing chick retina: evidence for a role in migration of retinal ganglion cells. Developmental Biology. 180(1):82-96.
Carr A-J, Vugler AA, Hikita ST, Lawrence JM, Gias C, Chen LLi, Buchholz DE, Ahmado A, Semo M'ayan, Smart MJK et al..  2009.  Protective effects of human iPS-derived retinal pigment epithelium cell transplantation in the retinal dystrophic rat. PLoS One. 4(12):e8152.
Chen CH, Clegg DO, Hansma HG.  1998.  Structures and dynamic motion of laminin-1 as observed by atomic force microscopy. Biochemistry. 37(22):8262-7.
Choi ES, Rettig WJ, Wayner EA, Srour ML, Clegg DO.  1994.  Functional identification of integrin laminin receptors that mediate process outgrowth by human SY5Y neuroblastoma cells. Journal of Neuroscience Research. 37(4):475-88.
Choi ES, Clegg DO.  1990.  Identification and developmental expression of a chicken calsequestrin homolog. Developmental Biology. 142(1):169-77.
Choi ES, Sullivan PD, Clegg DO.  1991.  Evidence against a laminin receptor role for calsequestrin. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 174(3):1208-16.
Clegg DO.  2000.  Novel roles for integrins in the nervous system. Molecular Cell Biology Research Communications. 3:1–7.
Clegg DO, Hikita ST, Hu Q, Buchholz DE, Rowland TJ, Conti L, Pennington B, Croze R, Leach L, Tsie M et al..  2013.  Derivation of retinal pigmented epithelial cells from pluripotent stem cells. The Stem Cell Handbook.
Clegg DO, Cann GM, Bradshaw AD, Gervin DB, Hunter AW.  1996.  Role of beta1 integrins in retinal development. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 37:3168–3168.
Clegg DO, Wingerd KL, Hikita ST, Tolhurst EC.  2003.  Integrins in the development, function and dysfunction of the nervous system. Frontiers in Bioscience: A Journal and Virtual Library. 8:d723-50.
Clegg DO, Leu ST, Batni S, Radeke MJ, Johnson LV, Anderson DH.  2002.  Drusen are Cold Spots for Proteolysis: Expression of Matrix Metalloproteinases and Their Tissue Inhibitor Proteins in Age-related Macular Degeneration. Investigative Ophtalmology & Visual Science. 43:697.
Clegg DO, Wingerd KL, Leu ST, Mullick LH.  2000.  Expression and functions of beta1 integrins in the developing chick retina. Inevestigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 41:S846–S846.
Clegg DO.  1993.  Characterization of a beta-nerve growth factor expression vector for mammalian cells. Gene. 130(2):291-6.
Clegg DO, Koshland DE.  1985.  Identification of a bacterial sensing protein and effects of its elevated expression. Journal of Bacteriology. 162(1):398-405.
Clegg DO, Cann GM, Gervin DB, BRADSHAW A, Tribble B, Hunter A.  1994.  Integrin receptor expression and function in the developing retina. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 35:1511–1511.
Clegg DO, Buchholz D, Hikita S, Rowland T, Hu Q, Johnson LV.  2008.  Retinal pigment epithelial cells: development in vivo and derivation from human embryonic stem cells in vitro for treatment of age-related macular degeneration. Stem Cell Research and Therapeutics. :1–24.
Clegg DO.  2016.  Regenerating Perfection. J Ocul Pharmacol Ther. 32(5):237.
Clegg DO, Mullick LH, Wingerd KL, Lin H, Atienza JW, Bradshaw AD, Gervin DB, Cann GM.  2000.  Adhesive events in retinal development and function: the role of integrin receptors. Vertebrate Eye Development. :141–156.
Clegg DO, Koshland DE.  1984.  The role of a signaling protein in bacterial sensing: behavioral effects of increased gene expression. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 81(16):5056-60.
Clegg DO, Rowland T.  2010.  Daniel E. Koshland Jr.. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 154:477.