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    1. Cason, N; White, TW; Cheng, SH; Goodenough, DA; Valdimarsson, G
      Molecular cloning, expression analysis, and functional characterization ofconnexin44.1: A zebrafish lens gap junction protein

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    2. White, TW; Sellitto, C; Paul, DL; Goodenough, DA
      Prenatal lens development in connexin43 and connexin50 double knockout mice

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    3. Ryeom, SW; Paul, D; Goodenough, DA
      Truncation mutants of the tight junction protein ZO-1 disrupt corneal epithelial cell morphology

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    4. Chen, YH; Lu, Q; Schneeberger, EE; Goodenough, DA
      Restoration of tight junction structure and barrier function by down-regulation of the mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway in Ras-transformed Madin-Darby canine kidney cells

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    5. Muresan, Z; Paul, DL; Goodenough, DA
      Occludin 1B, a variant of the tight junction protein occludin

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    6. Keon, BH; Jedrzejewski, PT; Paul, DL; Goodenough, DA
      Isoform specific expression of the neuronal F-actin binding protein, drebrin, in specialized cells of stomach and kidney epithelia

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    7. Landesman, Y; Goodenough, DA; Paul, DL
      Gap junctional communication in the early Xenopus embryo

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    8. Carabatsos, MJ; Sellitto, C; Goodenough, DA; Albertini, DF
      Oocyte-granulosa cell heterologous gap junctions are required for the coordination of nuclear and cytoplasmic meiotic competence

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    9. White, TW; Deans, MR; O'Brien, J; Al-Ubaidi, MR; Goodenough, DA; Ripps, H; Bruzzone, R
      Functional characteristics of skate connexin35, a member of the gamma subfamily of connexins expressed in the vertebrate retina

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Wong, V; Goodenough, DA
      Cell biology - Paracellular channels!

      SCIENCE
    11. Goodenough, DA
      Plugging the leaks

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    12. Landesman, Y; White, TW; Starich, TA; Shaw, JE; Goodenough, DA; Paul, DL
      Innexin-3 forms connexin-like intercellular channels

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    13. CHEN YH; LU Q; KOSIK KS; GOODENOUGH DA
      MAP KINASE REGULATES TIGHT JUNCTION AND ADHERENS JUNCTION FORMATIONS IN RAS-TRANSFORMED MDCK CELLS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    14. MURESAN Z; PAUL DL; GOODENOUGH DA
      OCCLUDIN-2, AN ISOFORM OF THE TIGHT JUNCTION PROTEIN OCCLUDIN

      Molecular biology of the cell
    15. Simon, AM; Goodenough, DA
      Diverse functions of vertebrate gap junctions

      TRENDS IN CELL BIOLOGY
    16. SIMON AM; GOODENOUGH DA; PAUL DL
      MICE LACKING CONNEXIN40 HAVE CARDIAC CONDUCTION ABNORMALITIES CHARACTERISTIC OF ATRIOVENTRICULAR-BLOCK AND BUNDLE-BRANCH BLOCK

      Current biology
    17. PERCAC S; GOODENOUGH DA
      PROBLEM-BASED TEACHING AND LEARNING AS A BRIDGE FROM BASIC ANATOMY TOCLINICAL CLERKSHIPS

      Surgical and radiologic anatomy
    18. JIANG JX; GOODENOUGH DA
      RETROVIRAL EXPRESSION OF CONNEXINS IN EMBRYONIC CHICK LENS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    19. PERKINS GA; GOODENOUGH DA; SOSINSKY GE
      FORMATION OF THE GAP JUNCTION INTERCELLULAR CHANNEL REQUIRES A 30-DEGREES ROTATION FOR INTERDIGITATING 2 APPOSING CONNEXONS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    20. WHITE TW; GOODENOUGH DA; PAUL DL
      TARGETED ABLATION OF CONNEXIN50 IN MICE RESULTS IN MICROPHTHALMIA ANDZONULAR PULVERULENT CATARACTS

      The Journal of cell biology
    21. JIANG JX; GOODENOUGH DA
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF LENS-FIBER CONNEXINS IN LENS ORGAN-CULTURES

      European journal of biochemistry
    22. MERZDORF CS; CHEN YH; GOODENOUGH DA
      FORMATION OF FUNCTIONAL TIGHT JUNCTIONS IN XENOPUS EMBRYOS

      Developmental biology
    23. WHITE TW; GOODENOUGH DA; PAUL DL
      OCULAR ABNORMALITIES IN CONNEXIN50 KNOCKOUT MICE

      Molecular biology of the cell
    24. GOODENOUGH DA; SIMON AM; PAUL DL
      CARDIAC CONDUCTION ABNORMALITIES IN MICE LACKING CONNEXIN40

      Molecular biology of the cell
    25. CHEN YH; MERZDORF C; PAUL DL; GOODENOUGH DA
      C-TERMINUS OF OCCLUDIN IS REQUIRED FOR TIGHT JUNCTION BARRIER FUNCTION IN EARLY XENOPUS EMBRYOS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    26. SIMON AM; GOODENOUGH DA; LI E; PAUL DL
      FEMALE INFERTILITY IN MICE LACKING CONNEXIN-37

      Nature
    27. MERZDORF CS; GOODENOUGH DA
      LOCALIZATION OF A NOVEL 210 KDA PROTEIN IN XENOPUS TIGHT JUNCTIONS

      Journal of Cell Science
    28. CHEN YH; MERZDORF C; PAUL DL; GOODENOUGH DA
      COOH TERMINUS OF OCCLUDIN IS REQUIRED FOR TIGHT JUNCTION BARRIER FUNCTION IN EARLY XENOPUS EMBRYOS

      The Journal of cell biology
    29. SIMON AM; GOODENOUGH DA; LI E; PAUL DL
      FEMALE INFERTILITY IN MICE LACKING CONNEXIN37

      Molecular biology of the cell
    30. MERZDORF CS; GOODENOUGH DA
      3 DIFFERENTIALLY PHOSPHORYLATED FORMS OF ZO-1 DURING MATURATION AND FERTILIZATION OF XENOPUS EGGS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    31. CHEN YH; PAUL DL; GOODENOUGH DA
      DEMONSTRATION OF A DIRECT ROLE FOR THE PROTEIN OCCLUDIN IN THE BARRIER FUNCTION OF TIGHT JUNCTIONS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    32. STEVENSON BR; BEATCH M; JESAITIS LA; GALLIN W; GOODENOUGH DA
      THE TIGHT JUNCTION PROTEIN ZO-2 CONTAINS 3 PDZ DOMAINS AND AN ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED REGION

      Molecular biology of the cell
    33. BRUZZONE R; WHITE TW; GOODENOUGH DA
      THE CELLULAR INTERNET - ONLINE WITH CONNEXINS

      BioEssays
    34. GOODENOUGH DA; GOLIGER JA; PAUL DL
      CONNEXINS, CONNEXONS, AND INTERCELLULAR COMMUNICATION

      Annual review of biochemistry
    35. JIANG JX; GOODENOUGH DA
      HETEROMERIC CONNEXONS IN LENS GAP JUNCTION CHANNELS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    36. BEATCH M; JESAITIS LA; GALLIN WJ; GOODENOUGH DA; STEVENSON BR
      THE TIGHT JUNCTION PROTEIN ZO-2 CONTAINS 3 PDZ ((P)UNDER-BARSD-95 (D)UNDER-BARISCS-LARGE/(Z)UNDER-BARO-1) DOMAINS AND AN ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED REGION/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    37. PERKINS GA; GHOSHROY S; GOODENOUGH DA; SOSINSKY GE
      3-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE GAP FUNCTION HEMICHANNEL

      Biophysical journal
    38. WHITE TW; PAUL DL; GOODENOUGH DA; BRUZZONE R
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF SELECTIVE INTERACTIONS AMONG RODENT CONNEXINS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    39. MERZDORF C; GOODENOUGH DA
      FORMATION OF FUNCTIONAL TIGHT JUNCTIONS IN EARLY EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT OF XENOPUS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    40. PAUL DL; YU K; BRUZZONE R; GIMLICH RL; GOODENOUGH DA
      EXPRESSION OF A DOMINANT-NEGATIVE INHIBITOR OF INTERCELLULAR COMMUNICATION IN THE EARLY XENOPUS EMBRYO CAUSES DELAMINATION AND EXTRUSION OFCELLS

      Development
    41. DONALDSON PJ; DONG YM; ROOS M; GREEN C; GOODENOUGH DA; KISTLER J
      CHANGES IN LENS CONNEXIN EXPRESSION LEAD TO INCREASED GAP JUNCTIONAL VOLTAGE-DEPENDENCE AND CONDUCTANCE

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    42. BRUZZONE R; GOODENOUGH DA
      GAP-JUNCTIONS - DUCTIN OR CONNEXINS - WHICH COMPONENT IS THE CRITICALONE

      BioEssays
    43. GHOSHROY S; GOODENOUGH DA; SOSINSKY GE
      PREPARATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND STRUCTURE OF HALF GAP JUNCTIONAL LAYERS SPLIT WITH UREA AND EGTA

      The Journal of membrane biology
    44. JIANG JX; WHITE TW; GOODENOUGH DA
      CHANGES IN CONNEXIN EXPRESSION AND DISTRIBUTION DURING CHICK LENS DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental biology
    45. JIANG JX; WHITE TW; GOODENOUGH DA; PAUL DL
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF CHICK LENS FIBERCONNEXIN-45.6

      Molecular biology of the cell
    46. WHITE TW; BRUZZONE R; GOODENOUGH DA; PAUL DL
      VOLTAGE GATING OF CONNEXINS

      Nature
    47. WHITE TW; BRUZZONE R; WOLFRAM S; PAUL DL; GOODENOUGH DA
      SELECTIVE INTERACTIONS AMONG THE MULTIPLE CONNEXIN PROTEINS EXPRESSEDIN THE VERTEBRATE LENS - THE 2ND EXTRACELLULAR DOMAIN IS A DETERMINANT OF COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN CONNEXINS

      The Journal of cell biology
    48. JESAITIS LA; GOODENOUGH DA
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION AND TISSUE DISTRIBUTION OF ZO-2, A TIGHT JUNCTION PROTEIN HOMOLOGOUS TO ZO-1 AND THE DROSOPHILA DISKS-LARGE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR PROTEIN

      The Journal of cell biology
    49. JIANG JX; PAUL DL; GOODENOUGH DA
      POSTTRANSLATIONAL PHOSPHORYLATION OF LENS FIBER CONNEXIN46 - A SLOW OCCURRENCE

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    50. MUSIL LS; GOODENOUGH DA
      MULTISUBUNIT ASSEMBLY OF AN INTEGRAL PLASMA-MEMBRANE CHANNEL PROTEIN,GAP JUNCTION CONNEXIN43, OCCURS AFTER EXIT FROM THE ER

      Cell
    51. GOODENOUGH DA; MUSIL LS
      GAP-JUNCTIONS AND TISSUE BUSINESS - PROBLEMS AND STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPING SPECIFIC FUNCTIONAL REAGENTS

      Journal of Cell Science


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