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    1. Finch, CE; Ruvkun, G
      The genetics of aging

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF GENOMICS AND HUMAN GENETICS
    2. Kim, SK
      HTTP ://C-elegans: Mining the functional genomic landscape

      NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS
    3. Rougvie, AE
      Control of developmental timing in animals

      NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS
    4. Zarkower, D
      Establishing sexual dimorphism: Conservation amidst diversity?

      NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS
    5. Nass, R; Miller, DM; Blakely, RD
      C-elegans: a novel pharmacogenetic model to study Parkinson's disease

      PARKINSONISM & RELATED DISORDERS
    6. Ceol, CJ; Horvitz, HR
      dpl-1 DP and efl-1 E2F act with lin-35 Rb to antagonize Ras signaling in C-elegans vulval development

      MOLECULAR CELL
    7. Gutzeit, HO
      Biological effects of ELF-EMF enhanced stress response: New insights and new questions

      ELECTRO- AND MAGNETOBIOLOGY
    8. Boehm, M; Bonifacino, JS
      Adaptins - The final recount

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    9. Zhang, HB; Wu, CC
      BAC as tools for genome sequencing

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    10. Kay, AJ; Hunter, CP
      CDC-42 regulates PAR protein localization and function to control cellularand embryonic polarity in C-elegans

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    11. Gems, D; Partridge, L
      Insulin/IGF signalling and ageing: seeing the bigger picture

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    12. Doe, CQ; Bowerman, B
      Asymmetric cell division: fly neuroblast meets worm zygote

      CURRENT OPINION IN CELL BIOLOGY
    13. Haycraft, CJ; Swoboda, P; Taulman, PD; Thomas, JH; Yoder, BK
      The C-elegans homolog of the murine cystic kidney disease gene Tg737 functions in a ciliogenic pathway and is disrupted in osm-5 mutant worms

      DEVELOPMENT
    14. Vogel, BE; Hedgecock, EM
      Hemicentin, a conserved extracellular member of the immunoglobulin superfamily, organizes epithelial and other cell attachments into oriented line-shaped junctions

      DEVELOPMENT
    15. Lundquist, EA; Reddien, PW; Hartwieg, E; Horvitz, HR; Bargmann, CI
      Three C-elegans Rac proteins and several alternative Rac regulators control axon guidance, cell migration and apoptotic cell phagocytosis

      DEVELOPMENT
    16. Boxem, M; van den Heuvel, S
      lin-35 Rb and cki-1 Cip/Kip cooperate in developmental regulation of G1 progression in C-elegans

      DEVELOPMENT
    17. Benard, C; McCright, B; Zhang, Y; Felkai, S; Lakowski, B; Hekimi, S
      The C-elegans maternal-effect gene clk-2 is essential for embryonic development, encodes a protein homologous to yeast Tel2p and affects telomere length

      DEVELOPMENT
    18. Sarafi-Reinach, TR; Melkman, T; Hobert, O; Sengupta, P
      The lin-11 LIM homeobox gene specifies olfactory and chemosensory neuron fates in C-elegans

      DEVELOPMENT
    19. Koh, K; Rothman, JH
      ELT-5 and ELT-6 are required continuously to regulate epidermal seam cell differentiation and cell fusion in C-elegans

      DEVELOPMENT
    20. Altun-Gultekin, Z; Andachi, Y; Tsalik, EL; Pilgrim, D; Kohara, Y; Hobert, O
      A regulatory cascade of three homeobox genes, ceh-10 ttx-3 and ceh-23, controls cell fate specification of a defined interneuron class in C-elegans

      DEVELOPMENT
    21. Alper, S; Kenyon, C
      REF-1, a protein with two bHLH domains, alters the pattern of cell fusion in C-elegans by regulating Hox protein activity

      DEVELOPMENT
    22. Murakami, M; Koga, M; Ohshima, Y
      DAF-7/TGF-beta expression required for the normal larval development in C-elegans is controlled by a presumed guanylyl cyclase DAF-11

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    23. Hao, JC; Yu, TW; Fujisawa, K; Culotti, JG; Gengyo-Ando, K; Mitani, S; Moulder, G; Barstead, R; Tessier-Lavigne, M; Bargmann, CI
      C-elegans slit acts in midline, dorsal-ventral, and anterior-posterior guidance via the SAX-3/Robo receptor

      NEURON
    24. Satterlee, JS; Sasakura, H; Kuhara, A; Berkeley, M; Mori, I; Sengupta, P
      Specification of thermosensory neuron fate in C-elegans requires ttx-1, a homolog of otd/Otx

      NEURON
    25. Brockie, PJ; Mellem, JE; Hills, T; Madsen, DM; Maricq, AV
      The C-elegans glutamate receptor subunit NMR-1 is required for slow NMDA-activated currents that regulate reversal frequency during locomotion

      NEURON
    26. Dwyer, ND; Adler, CE; Crump, JG; L'Etoile, ND; Bargmann, CI
      Polarized dendritic transport and the AP-1 mu 1 clathrin adaptor UNC-101 localize odorant receptors to olfactory cilia

      NEURON
    27. Gomez, M; De Castro, E; Guarin, E; Sasakura, H; Kuhara, A; Mori, I; Bartfai, T; Bargmann, CI; Nef, P
      Ca2+ signaling via the neuronal calcium sensor-1 regulates associative learning and memory in C-elegans

      NEURON
    28. Pierce, SB; Costa, M; Wisotzkey, R; Devadhar, S; Homburger, SA; Buchman, AR; Ferguson, KC; Heller, J; Platt, DM; Pasquinelli, AA; Liu, LX; Doberstein, SK; Ruvkun, G
      Regulation of DAF-2 receptor signaling by human insulin and ins-1, a member of the unusually large and diverse C-elegans insulin gene family

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    29. Duerr, JS; Gaskin, J; Rand, JB
      Identified neurons in C-elegans coexpress vesicular transporters for acetylcholine and monoamines

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    30. Chen, WS; Yu, YL; Lee, SF; Chiang, YJ; Chao, JR; Huang, JH; Chiong, JH; Huang, CJ; Lai, MZ; Yang-Yen, HF; Yen, JJY
      CREB is one component of the binding complex of the Ces-2/E2A-HLF binding element and is an integral part of the interleukin-3 survival signal

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    31. Kuwabara, PE; Perry, MD
      It ain't over till it's ova: germline sex determination in C-elegans

      BIOESSAYS
    32. Hope, IA
      Broadcast interference - functional genomics

      TRENDS IN GENETICS
    33. Hekimi, S; Burgess, J; Bussiere, F; Meng, Y; Benard, C
      Genetics of lifespan in C-elegans: molecular diversity, physiological complexity, mechanistic simplicity

      TRENDS IN GENETICS
    34. Merriweather, A; Guenzler, V; Brenner, M; Unnasch, TR
      Characterization and expression of enzymatically active recombinant filarial prolyl 4-hydroxylase

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    35. Kuwabara, PE; O'Neil, N
      The use of functional genomics in C-elegans for studying human developmentand disease

      JOURNAL OF INHERITED METABOLIC DISEASE
    36. Gumienny, TL; Brugnera, E; Tosello-Trampont, AC; Kinchen, JM; Haney, LB; Nishiwaki, K; Walk, SF; Nemergut, ME; Macara, IG; Francis, R; Schedl, T; Qin, Y; Van Aelst, L; Hengartner, MO; Ravichandran, KS
      CED-12/ELMO, a novel member of the crkII/dock180/rac pathway, is required for phagocytosis and cell migration

      CELL
    37. Sagasti, A; Hisamoto, N; Hyodo, J; Tanaka-Hino, M; Matsumoto, K; Bargmann, CI
      The CaMKII UNC-43 activates the MAPKKK NSY-1 to execute a lateral signaling decision required for asymmetric olfactory neuron fates

      CELL
    38. Zhou, Z; Hartwieg, E; Horvitz, HR
      CED-1 is a transmembrane receptor that mediates cell corpse engulfment in C-elegans

      CELL
    39. Seydoux, G; Schedl, T
      The germline in C-elegans: Origins, proliferation, and silencing

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 203
    40. Clements, D; Rex, M; Woodland, HR
      Initiation and early patterning of the endoderm

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 203
    41. Wang, MQ; Sternberg, PW
      Pattern formation during C-elegans vulval induction

      CURRENT TOPICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, VOL 51
    42. Boulianne, GL
      Neuronal regulation of lifespan: clues from flies and worms

      MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT
    43. Hekimi, S; Benard, C; Branicky, R; Burgess, J; Hihi, AK; Rea, S
      Why only time will tell

      MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT
    44. Pierce-Shimomura, JT; Faumont, S; Gaston, MR; Pearson, BJ; Lockery, SR
      The homeobox gene lim-6 is required for distinct chemosensory representations in C. elegans (vol 410, pg 694, 2001)

      NATURE
    45. Pierce-Shimomura, JT; Faumont, S; Gaston, MR; Pearson, BJ; Lockery, SR
      The homeobox gene lim-6 is required for distinct chemosensory representations in C-elegans

      NATURE
    46. Gower, NJD; Temple, GR; Schein, JE; Marra, M; Walker, DS; Baylis, HA
      Dissection of the promoter region of the inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor gene, itr-1, in C-elegans: A molecular basis for cell-specific expression of IP3R isoforms

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    47. Paupard, MC; Miller, A; Grant, B; Hirsh, D; Hall, DH
      Immuno-EM localization of GFP-tagged yolk proteins in C-elegans using microwave fixation

      JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY & CYTOCHEMISTRY
    48. Levavasseur, F; Miyadera, H; Sirois, J; Tremblay, ML; Kita, K; Shoubridge, E; Hekimi, S
      Ubiquinone is necessary for mouse embryonic development but is not essential for mitochondrial respiration

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    49. Crowder, CM; Westover, EJ; Kumar, AS; Ostlund, RE; Covey, DF
      Enantiospecificity of cholesterol function in vivo

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    50. Jiang, N; Levavasseur, F; McCright, B; Shoubridge, EA; Hekimi, S
      Mouse CLK-1 is imported into mitochondria by an unusual process that requires a leader sequence but no membrane potential

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    51. Tao, QZ; Chang, YL; Wang, JZ; Chen, HM; Islam-Faridi, MN; Scheuring, C; Wang, B; Stelly, DM; Zhang, HB
      Bacterial artificial chromosome-based physical map of the rice genome constructed by restriction fingerprint analysis

      GENETICS
    52. Bhopale, VM; Kupprion, EK; Ashton, FT; Boston, R; Schad, GA
      Ancylostoma caninum: The finger cell neurons mediate thermotactic behaviorby infective larvae of the dog hookworm

      EXPERIMENTAL PARASITOLOGY
    53. Matova, N; Cooley, L
      Comparative aspects of animal oogenesis

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    54. Talesa, V; Romani, R; Antognelli, C; Giovannini, E; Rosi, G
      Soluble and membrane-bound acetylcholinesterases in Mytilus galloprovincialis (Pelecypoda : Filibranchia) from the northern Adriatic sea

      CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS
    55. Fay, DS; Han, M
      The synthetic multivulval genes of C-elegans: Functional redundancy, Ras-antagonism, and cell fate determination

      GENESIS
    56. Chung, SB; Gumienny, TL; Hengartner, MO; Driscoll, M
      A common set of engulfment genes mediates removal of both apoptotic and necrotic cell corpses in C-elegans

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    57. Minois, N
      Longevity and aging: beneficial, effects of exposure to mild stress

      BIOGERONTOLOGY
    58. Felix, MA; Delattre, M; Dichtel, ML
      Comparative developmental studies using Oscheius/Dolichorhabditis sp CEW1 (Rhabditidae)

      NEMATOLOGY
    59. Kaltenbach, L; Horner, MA; Rothman, JH; Mango, SE
      The TBP-like factor CeTLF is required to activate RNA polymerase II transcription during C-elegans embryogenesis

      MOLECULAR CELL
    60. Slack, FJ; Basson, M; Liu, ZC; Ambros, V; Horvitz, HR; Ruvkun, G
      The lin-41 RBCC gene acts in the C-elegans heterochronic pathway between the let-7 regulatory RNA and the LIN-29 transcription factor

      MOLECULAR CELL
    61. Swoboda, P; Adler, HT; Thomas, JH
      The RFX-type transcription factor DAF-19 regulates sensory neuron cilium formation in C. elegans

      MOLECULAR CELL
    62. Stanfield, GM; Horvitz, HR
      The ced-8 gene controls the timing of programmed cell deaths in C. elegans

      MOLECULAR CELL
    63. Gartner, A; Milstein, S; Ahmed, S; Hodgkin, J; Hengartner, MO
      A conserved checkpoint pathway mediates DNA damage-induced apoptosis and cell cycle arrest in C. elegans

      MOLECULAR CELL
    64. Narahashi, T; Fenster, CP; Quick, MW; Lester, RAJ; Marszalec, W; Aistrup, GL; Sattelle, DB; Martin, BR; Levin, ED
      Symposium overview: Mechanism of action of nicotine on neuronal acetylcholine receptors, from molecule to behavior - Abstracts

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    65. Shemer, G; Podbilewicz, B
      Fusomorphogenesis: Cell fusion in organ formation

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    66. Kelleher, JF; Mandell, MA; Moulder, G; Hill, KL; L'Hernault, SW; Barstead, R; Titus, MA
      Myosin VI is required for asymmetric segregation of cellular components during C-elegans spermatogenesis

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    67. Michaux, G; Gansmuller, A; Hindelang, C; Labouesse, M
      CHE-14, a protein with a sterol-sensing domain, is required for apical sorting in C-elegans ectodermal epithelial cells

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    68. Bowerman, B
      Embryonic polarity: Protein stability in asymmetric cell division

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    69. Koushika, SP; Nonet, ML
      Sorting and transport in C-elegans: a model system with a sequenced genome

      CURRENT OPINION IN CELL BIOLOGY
    70. Watts, JL; Morton, DG; Bestman, J; Kemphues, KJ
      The C-elegans par-4 gene encodes a putative serine-threonine kinase required for establishing embryonic asymmetry

      DEVELOPMENT
    71. Zhao, HJ; Nonet, ML
      A retrograde signal is involved in activity-dependent remodeling at a C-elegans neuromuscular junction

      DEVELOPMENT
    72. Much, JW; Slade, DJ; Klampert, K; Garriga, G; Wightman, B
      The fax-1 nuclear hormone receptor regulates axon pathfinding and neurotransmitter expression

      DEVELOPMENT
    73. Portman, DS; Emmons, SW
      The basic helix-loop-helix transcription factors LIN-32 and HLH-2 functiontogether in multiple steps of a C-elegans neuronal sublineage

      DEVELOPMENT
    74. Kipreos, ET; Gohel, SP; Hedgecock, EM
      The C-elegans F-box/WD-repeat protein LIN-23 functions to limit cell division during development

      DEVELOPMENT
    75. Liu, J; Fire, A
      Overlapping roles of two Hox genes and the exd ortholog ceh-20 in diversification of the C-elegans postembryonic mesoderm

      DEVELOPMENT
    76. Berkowitz, LA; Strome, S
      MES-1, a protein required for unequal divisions of the germline in early C-elegans embryos, resembles receptor tyrosine kinases and is localized to the boundary between the germline and gut cells

      DEVELOPMENT
    77. Yi, W; Ross, JM; Zarkower, D
      mab-3 is a direct tra-1 target gene regulating diverse aspects of C-elegans male sexual development and behavior

      DEVELOPMENT
    78. Hallam, S; Singer, E; Waring, D; Jin, YS
      The C-elegans NeuroD homolog cnd-1 functions in multiple aspects of motor neuron fate specification

      DEVELOPMENT
    79. Hermann, GJ; Leung, B; Priess, JR
      Left-right asymmetry in C-elegans intestine organogenesis involves a LIN-12/Notch signaling pathway

      DEVELOPMENT
    80. Pujol, N; Torregrossa, P; Ewbank, JJ; Brunet, JF
      The homeodomain protein CePHOX2/CEH-17 controls antero-posterior axonal growth in C-elegans

      DEVELOPMENT
    81. Chen, PJ; Ellis, RE
      TRA-1A regulates transcription of fog-3, which controls germ cell fate in C-elegans

      DEVELOPMENT
    82. Kuznicki, KA; Smith, PA; Leung-Chiu, WMA; Estevez, AO; Scott, HC; Bennett, KL
      Combinatorial RNA interference indicates GLH-4 can compensate for GLH-1; these two P granule components are critical for fertility in C-elegans

      DEVELOPMENT
    83. Goutte, C; Hepler, W; Mickey, KM; Priess, JR
      aph-2 encodes a novel extracellular protein required for GLP-1-mediated signaling

      DEVELOPMENT
    84. Kerr, R; Lev-Ram, V; Baird, G; Vincent, P; Tsien, RY; Schafer, WR
      Optical imaging of calcium transients in neurons and pharyngeal muscle of C-elegans

      NEURON
    85. Sawin, ER; Ranganathan, R; Horvitz, HR
      C-elegans locomotory rate is modulated by the environment through a dopaminergic pathway and by experience through a serotonergic pathway

      NEURON
    86. Schaefer, AM; Hadwiger, GD; Nonet, ML
      rpm-1, a conserved neuronal gene that regulates targeting and synaptogenesis in C-elegans

      NEURON
    87. L'Etoile, ND; Bargmann, CI
      Olfaction and odor discrimination are mediated by the C-elegans guanylyl cyclase ODR-1

      NEURON
    88. Rand, JB; Duerr, JS; Frisby, DL
      Neurogenetics of vesicular transporters in C-elegans

      FASEB JOURNAL
    89. Lum, DH; Kuwabara, PE; Zarkower, D; Spence, AM
      Direct protein-protein interaction between the intracellular domain of TRA-2 and the transcription factor TRA-1A modulates feminizing activity in C. elegans

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    90. Sarafi-Reinach, TR; Sengupta, P
      The forkhead domain gene unc-130 generates chemosensory neuron diversity in C-elegans

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    91. Kuwabara, PE; Lee, MH; Schedl, T; Jefferis, GSXE
      A C-elegans patched gene, ptc-1, functions in germ-line cytokinesis

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    92. Antebi, A; Yeh, WH; Tait, D; Hedgecock, EM; Riddle, DL
      daf-12 encodes a nuclear receptor that regulates the dauer diapause and developmental age in C-elegans

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    93. Siklos, S; Jasper, JA; Wicks, SR; Rankin, CH
      Interactions between an endogenous oscillator and response to tap in C-elegans

      PSYCHOBIOLOGY
    94. Fulop, T
      Biogerontological research in Canada

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    95. Riemer, D; Wang, J; Zimek, A; Swalla, BJ; Weber, K
      Tunicates have unusual nuclear lamins with a large deletion in the carboxyterminal tail domain

      GENE
    96. Strange, K
      Model organisms: comparative physiology or just physiology?

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    97. Holy, J
      Intermediate filament proteins in echinoderm coelomocytes

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    98. Kitano, H
      Perspectives on systems biology

      NEW GENERATION COMPUTING
    99. Eberl, DF; Hardy, RW; Kernan, MJ
      Genetically similar transduction mechanisms for touch and hearing in Drosophila

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    100. Branicky, R; Benard, C; Hekimi, S
      clk-1, mitochondria, and physiological rates

      BIOESSAYS


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