Publications: D. Orokos

  • Donald D. Orokos, Becoming a Forensic Professional, Chapter 19 in W. Mark Dale and Wendy Becker, 2007. The Crime Scene: How Forensic Science Works. Kaplan Publishing, New York, New York.
  • W. Mark Dale, Owen Greenspan and Donald Orokos. 2007. DNA Forensics: Expanding Uses and Information Sharing. SEARCH Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/dnaf.pdf
  • Travis, J.L., E. A. Welnhofer and D. D. Orokos. 2001. Autonomous Reorganization of Foraminiferan Reticulopodia. manuscript in preparation for J. Foram. Res.
  • Orokos, D.D., R. W. Cole and J. L. Travis. 2000. Organelles are transported on sliding microtubules in Reticulomyxa. Cell Motil. Cytoskel. 47(4): 296 - 306.
  • Orokos, D.D. and J.L. Travis. 1997 Cell surface and Organelle transport share the same enzymatic properties in Reticulomyxa. Cell Motil. Cytoskel. 38: 270 - 277.
  • Orokos, D.D., S.S. Bowser and J.L. Travis. 1997. Reactivation of cell surface transport in Reticulomyxa. Cell Motil. Cytoskel. 38: 139 - 148.
  • Orokos, D.D., A.J. DeMarco, R.W. Cole and J.L.Travis. 1997. Sliding microtubules move organelles in Reticulomyxa. Molecular Biology of the Cell 8: 173a.
  • Orokos, D.D., R. W. Cole and J. L. Travis. 1996. Plasma Membrane Domain and Intracellular Organelle Transport Share a Common Mechanism in Reticulomyxa. Molecular Biology of the Cell 7: 549a.
  • Orokos, D.D. and J.L. Travis. 1996. Reactivation of Cell Surface Domain Transport in Reticulomyxa. 5th East Coast Conference on Protozoology. Schenectady, NY.
  • Orokos, D.D., and J. L. Travis. 1995. Membrane Domain Transport Mechanochemistry In Situ: Reactivation of Cell Surface Transport in Reticulomyxa. Molecular Biology of the Cell 6: 370a.
  • Orokos, D.D. and J.L. Travis. 1993. Cell surface domain transport in Reticulomyxa. 4th East Coast Conference on Protozoa. Oneonta, NY.
  • Welnhofer, E.P., D.D. Orokos, G. Rupp and J.L. Travis. 1992. Self-organizing cytoplasmic microtubule networks in foraminiferan pseudopodia. Proc. Electron. Microsc. Soc. Amer 50: 586-589