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identifying potential drug leads & developmental biology

the genetics of
guided cell migration

Chan, K.*, Seetharaman, A.*, Bagg, R., Selman, G., Zhang, Y., Kim, J., and Roy, P.J. 2014. EVA-1 Functions as an UNC-40 Co-Receptor to Enhance Attraction to the MADD-4 Guidance Cue in Caenorhabditis elegans. PLoS Genetics 10(8):e1004521. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1004521. eCollection 2014. PMID: 25122090

Seetharaman, A., Selman, G., Puckrin, R., Barbier, L., Wong, E., D'Souza, S.A., and Roy, P.J. 2011. MADD-4 is a Secreted Cue Required for Midline-Oriented Guidance in Caenorhabditis elegansDevelopmental Cell 21, p669-680. PMID:22014523

Alexander, M., Selman, G., Seetharaman, A.Chan, K.K.D'Souza, S.A.Byrne, A.B., and Roy, P.J. 2010. MADD-2, a Homologue of the Opitz Syndrome Protein MID1, Regulates Guidance to the Midline through UNC-40 in Caenorhabditis elegansDevelopmental Cell, 18, p961-972. (DOI 10.1016/j.devcel.2010.05.016).
 

Alexander, M.Chan, K.K.Byrne, A., Selman, G., Lee, T., Ono, J., Wong, E., Puckrin, R., Dixon, S.J., and Roy, P.J.. 2009. An UNC-40 Pathway Directs Postsynaptic Membrane Extension in Caenorhabditis elegans. Development, 136, 911-922. PDF
 

Wang, W., Sun, Y., Dixon, S.Alexander, M., and Roy, P. An Automated Micropositioning System for Investigating C. elegans Locomotive Behavior. JALA (Journal of the Assn. for Laboratory Automation), In the Press, 2009.
 

Dixon, S.J.Alexander, M.Chan, K.K., Roy, P.J. 2008. Insulin-like Signaling Negatively Regulates Muscle Arm Extension through DAF-12 in Caenorhabditis elegans. Developmental Biology, 318, p153-161. PMID: 18436204 PDF
 

Dixon SJAlexander M, Fernandes R, Ricker N, Roy PJ. 2006. FGF negatively regulates muscle membrane extension in Caenorhabditis elegans. Development. 133(7):1263-75. PMID: 16495308
 

Dixon SJ, Roy PJ. 2005. Muscle arm development in Caenorhabditis elegans. Development. 132(13):3079-92. Epub 2005 Jun 1. PMID: 15930100
 

Roy, P.J., Stuart, J.M., Lund, J., and Kim, S.K. 2002. Chromosomal clustering of muscle expressed genes in C. elegans. Nature 418, 975-979. PMID: 12214599
 

Ginzburg, V.E., Roy, P.J., and Culotti, J.G. 2002. Semaphorin-1a and semaphorin-1b are required for correct epidermal cell positioning and adhesion during morphogenesis in C.elegans. Development 129, 2065-2078. PMID: 11959817
 

Roy, P.J., Zheng, H., Warren, C.E., and Culotti, J.G. 2000. mab-20 encodes Semaphorin-2a and is required to prevent ectopic cell contacts during epidermal morphogenesis in Caenorhabditis elegans. Development 127, 755-67. PMID: 10648234
 

Nash, B., Colavita, A., Zheng, H., Roy, P.J., and Culotti, J.G. 2000. The forkhead transcription factor UNC-130 is required for the graded spatial expression of the UNC-129 TGF-beta guidance factor in C. elegans. Genes Dev. 14, 2486-500. PMID: 11018016
 

Wang, X., Roy, P.J., Holland, S.J., Zhang, L.W., Culotti, J.G., and Pawson, T. 1999. Multiple ephrins control cell organization in C. elegans using kinase- dependent and -independent functions of the VAB-1 Eph receptor. Mol Cell. 4, 903-13. PMID: 10635316
 

Byrne, A., Weirauch, M., Wong, V., Koeva, M., Dixon, S.J., Stuart, J., and Roy, P.J. 2007. A Global Analysis of Genetic Interactions in Caenorhabditis elegans. Journal of Biology 6, 8. PDF