About Kamal Dulai

Education

Ph.D., University College London, UK.

B.Sc. Genetics (Honours), Liverpool University, UK.

B.Sc. Science (with Distinction), Liverpool University, UK.

Peer-reviewed Publications

Hunt, D. M., Dulai, K. S., Cottrill, P. B., Partridge, J. C ., Bowmaker, J. K.   (2001). The molecular basis for spectral tuning of rod visual pigments in deep sea fish. J Exp Biol; 204(19): 3333-3344.

Dulai, K. S., von Dornum, M., Mollon, J. D., Hunt, D. M.   (1999).   The evolution of trichromatic colour vision by opsin gene duplication. Genome Res; 9:629-638.

Douglas, R. H., Partridge, J. C., Dulai, K. S., Hunt, D. M., Mullineaux, C. W., Hynninen, P. H.   (1999).   Enhanced retinal longwave sensitivity using a chlorophyll-derived photosensitiser in Malacosteus niger , a deep-sea dragon fish with far-red bioluminescence. Vision Res; 39:2817-2832.

Shyue, S., Boissinot, S., Schneider, H., Sampaio, I., Schneider, M. P., Abee, C. R., Williams, L., Hewett-Emmett, D., Sperling, H. G., Cowing, J. A., Dulai, K. S., Hunt, D. M., Li, W.   (1998).   Molecular genetics of spectral tuning in New World monkey color vision.   Journal of Molecular Evolution ; 46, 697-702.

Halford, S., Dulai, K. S., Fitzgibbon, J., Hunt, D. M.   (1998).   Isolation and chormosomal localisation of two human CDP-diacylglycerol synthase (CDS) genes. Genomics; 54:140-144.

Douglas, R. H., Partridge, J. C., Dulai, K. S., Hunt, D. M., Mullineaux, C., Tauber, A. Y., Hynninen, P. H.   (1998).   Dragon fish see using chlorophyll . Nature; 393, 423-424.

Hunt, D. M., Dulai, K. S., Cowing, J. A., Julliot, C., Mollon, J. D., Bowmaker, J. K., Li, W-H., Hewett-Emmett, D.   (1998).   Molecular evolution of trichromacy. Vision Res; 38:3299-3306.

Hunt, D. M., Fitzgibbon, J., Slobodyanyuk, S. J., Bowmaker, J. K. and Dulai, K. S.   (1997).   Molecular Evolution of the Cottoid Fish Endemic to Lake Baikal Deduced from Nuclear DNA evidence. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution;   8, 3, 415-422.

Boissinot, S., Zhou, Y. H., Qiu, L., Dulai, K. S., Neiswanger, K., Schneider, H., Sampaio, I., Hunt, D. M., Hewett-Emmett, D. and Li, W. H.   (1997).   Origin and Molecular   Evolution of the X-linked duplicate color vision genes in Howler monkeys.   Zoological Studies; 36, 4, 360-369.

Dulai, K. S., Partridge, J. C., Bowmaker, J. K. and Hunt, D. M.   (1997).   The Rod Opsin Photopigment   of Deep-sea Fishes.   Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science;   38, 4, 594.

Halford, S., Dulai, K. S., Fitzgibbon, J. and Hunt, D. M.   (1997).   Cloning and Characterization of the Human and Mouse Homologues of the Drosophila CDP-Diacylglycerol Synthase (Eye-CDS) Gene. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science; 38, 4, 1125.

Hope, A. J., Partridge, J. C., Dulai, K. S. and Hunt, D. M.   (1997).   Mechanisms of wavelength tuning in the rod opsins of deep-sea fishes. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B; 264, 155-163.

Mollon, J. D., Dulai, K. S. and Hunt, D. M.   (1997).   Dalton's Colour Blindness: An Essay in Molecular Biography.   John Dalton's Colour Vision Legacy . Dickinson, C., Murray, I. and Carden, D. London. Taylor & Francis. 15-33.

Dulai, K. S., Mollon, J. D. and Hunt, D. M.   (1995).   Molecular Biography of John Dalton: The Genetic Basis of His Color Blindness. Biosystems Reporter; 25, 3-10.

Hunt, D. M., Dulai, K. S., Bowmaker, J. K. and Mollon, J. D. (1995).   The Chemistry of John Dalton's Color Blindness. Science; 267, 984-988.

Fitzgibbon, J., Pilz, A., Gayther, S., Appukuttan, B., Dulai, K. S., Delhanty, J. D., Helmkamp, G. Jr., Yarbrough, L. R. and Hunt, D. M.   (1994).   Localization of the gene encoding human phosphatidylinositol transfer protein (PITPN) to 17p13.3: a gene showing homology to the Drosophila retinal degeneration B gene (rdgB). Cytogenet Cell Genet; 67, 3, 205-7.

Dulai, K. S., Bowmaker, J. K., Mollon, J. D. and Hunt, D. M.   (1994).   Sequence divergence, polymorphism and evolution of the middle-wave and long-wave visual pigment genes of Great Apes and Old World monkeys.   Vision Research; 34, 19, 2483-2493.

 

 

 

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