Publications Citing Core B

1.              Saigusa, T., R. Reichert, J. Guare, B.J. Siroky, M. Gooz, S. Steele, R.A. Fenton, P.D. Bell, and R.J. Kolb, Collecting duct cells that lack normal cilia have mislocalized vasopressin-2 receptors. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol, 2012. 302(7): p. F801-8.

2.              Williams, C.L., C. Li, K. Kida, P.N. Inglis, S. Mohan, L. Semenec, N.J. Bialas, R.M. Stupay, N. Chen, O.E. Blacque, B.K. Yoder, and M.R. Leroux, MKS and NPHP modules cooperate to establish basal body/transition zone membrane associations and ciliary gate function during ciliogenesis. J Cell Biol, 2011. 192(6): p. 1023-41.

3.              Tower-Gilchrist, C., E. Lee, and E. Sztul, Endosomal trafficking of the G protein-coupled receptor somatostatin receptor 3. Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 2011. 413(4): p. 555-60.

4.              Sharma, N., Z.A. Kosan, J.E. Stallworth, N.F. Berbari, and B.K. Yoder, Soluble levels of cytosolic tubulin regulate ciliary length control. Mol Biol Cell, 2011. 22(6): p. 806-16.

5.              Masyukova, S.V., M.E. Winkelbauer, C.L. Williams, J.N. Pieczynski, and B.K. Yoder, Assessing the pathogenic potential of human Nephronophthisis disease-associated NPHP-4 missense mutations in C. elegans. Hum Mol Genet, 2011. 20(15): p. 2942-54.

6.              Fogelgren, B., S.Y. Lin, X. Zuo, K.M. Jaffe, K.M. Park, R.J. Reichert, P.D. Bell, R.D. Burdine, and J.H. Lipschutz, The exocyst protein Sec10 interacts with Polycystin-2 and knockdown causes PKD-phenotypes. PLoS Genet, 2011. 7(4): p. e1001361.

7.              Egorova, A.D., P.P. Khedoe, M.J. Goumans, B.K. Yoder, S.M. Nauli, P. ten Dijke, R.E. Poelmann, and B.P. Hierck, Lack of primary cilia primes shear-induced endothelial-to-mesenchymal transition. Circ Res, 2011. 108(9): p. 1093-101.

8.              Berbari, N.F., N.W. Kin, N. Sharma, E.J. Michaud, R.A. Kesterson, and B.K. Yoder, Mutations in Traf3ip1 reveal defects in ciliogenesis, embryonic development, and altered cell size regulation. Dev Biol, 2011. 360(1): p. 66-76.

9.              Bell, P.D., W. Fitzgibbon, K. Sas, A.E. Stenbit, M. Amria, A. Houston, R. Reichert, S. Gilley, G.P. Siegal, J. Bissler, M. Bilgen, P.C. Chou, L. Guay-Woodford, B. Yoder, C.J. Haycraft, and B. Siroky, Loss of primary cilia upregulates renal hypertrophic signaling and promotes cystogenesis. J Am Soc Nephrol, 2011. 22(5): p. 839-48.

10.           Zhou, J., X. Ouyang, X. Cui, T.R. Schoeb, L.E. Smythies, M.R. Johnson, L.M. Guay-Woodford, A.B. Chapman, and M. Mrug, Renal CD14 expression correlates with the progression of cystic kidney disease. Kidney Int, 2010. 78(6): p. 550-60.

11.           Hellman, N.E., Y. Liu, E. Merkel, C. Austin, S. Le Corre, D.R. Beier, Z. Sun, N. Sharma, B.K. Yoder, and I.A. Drummond, The zebrafish foxj1a transcription factor regulates cilia function in response to injury and epithelial stretch. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2010. 107(43): p. 18499-504.

12.           O'Connor, A.K., R.A. Kesterson, and B.K. Yoder, Generating conditional mutants to analyze ciliary functions: the use of Cre-lox technology to disrupt cilia in specific organs. Methods Cell Biol, 2009. 93: p. 305-30.

13.           Kesterson, R.A., N.F. Berbari, R.C. Pasek, and B.K. Yoder, Utilization of conditional alleles to study the role of the primary cilium in obesity. Methods Cell Biol, 2009. 94: p. 163-79.

14.           Williams, C.L., M.E. Winkelbauer, J.C. Schafer, E.J. Michaud, and B.K. Yoder, Functional redundancy of the B9 proteins and nephrocystins in Caenorhabditis elegans ciliogenesis. Mol Biol Cell, 2008. 19(5): p. 2154-68.

15.           Willaredt, M.A., K. Hasenpusch-Theil, H.A. Gardner, I. Kitanovic, V.C. Hirschfeld-Warneken, C.P. Gojak, K. Gorgas, C.L. Bradford, J. Spatz, S. Wolfl, T. Theil, and K.L. Tucker, A crucial role for primary cilia in cortical morphogenesis. J Neurosci, 2008. 28(48): p. 12887-900.

16.           Mrug, M., J. Zhou, Y. Woo, X. Cui, A.J. Szalai, J. Novak, G.A. Churchill, and L.M. Guay-Woodford, Overexpression of innate immune response genes in a model of recessive polycystic kidney disease. Kidney Int, 2008. 73(1): p. 63-76.

17.           Olteanu, D., M.B. Hovater, and E.M. Schwiebert, Intraluminal autocrine purinergic signaling within cysts: implications for the progression of diseases that involve encapsulated cyst formation. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol, 2007. 292(1): p. F11-4.

18.           Banizs, B., P. Komlosi, M.O. Bevensee, E.M. Schwiebert, P.D. Bell, and B.K. Yoder, Altered pH(i) regulation and Na(+)/HCO3(-) transporter activity in choroid plexus of cilia-defective Tg737(orpk) mutant mouse. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol, 2007. 292(4): p. C1409-16.

19.           Siroky, B.J., W.B. Ferguson, A.L. Fuson, Y. Xie, A. Fintha, P. Komlosi, B.K. Yoder, E.M. Schwiebert, L.M. Guay-Woodford, and P.D. Bell, Loss of primary cilia results in deregulated and unabated apical calcium entry in ARPKD collecting duct cells. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol, 2006. 290(6): p. F1320-8.