Bob Goldstein
Bob Goldstein
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The PAR proteins: fundamental players in animal cell polarization
B Goldstein, IG Macara
Developmental cell 13 (5), 609-622, 2007
7542007
Engineering the Caenorhabditis elegans genome using Cas9-triggered homologous recombination
DJ Dickinson, JD Ward, DJ Reiner, B Goldstein
Nature methods 10 (10), 1028-1034, 2013
7022013
Apical constriction: a cell shape change that can drive morphogenesis
JM Sawyer, JR Harrell, G Shemer, J Sullivan-Brown, M Roh-Johnson, ...
Developmental biology 341 (1), 5-19, 2010
3792010
Specification of the anteroposterior axis in Caenorhabditis elegans
B Goldstein, SN Hird
Development 122 (5), 1467-1474, 1996
3721996
Streamlined genome engineering with a self-excising drug selection cassette
DJ Dickinson, AM Pani, JK Heppert, CD Higgins, B Goldstein
Genetics 200 (4), 1035-1049, 2015
3342015
Apical constriction: themes and variations on a cellular mechanism driving morphogenesis
AC Martin, B Goldstein
Development 141 (10), 1987-1998, 2014
3002014
Noninvasive imaging beyond the diffraction limit of 3D dynamics in thickly fluorescent specimens
L Gao, L Shao, CD Higgins, JS Poulton, M Peifer, MW Davidson, X Wu, ...
Cell 151 (6), 1370-1385, 2012
2652012
Induction of gut in Caenorhabditis elegans embryos
B Goldstein
Nature 357 (6375), 255-257, 1992
2391992
Triggering a cell shape change by exploiting preexisting actomyosin contractions
M Roh-Johnson, G Shemer, CD Higgins, JH McClellan, AD Werts, ...
Science 335 (6073), 1232-1235, 2012
2172012
C. elegans PAR proteins function by mobilizing and stabilizing asymmetrically localized protein complexes
RJ Cheeks, JC Canman, WN Gabriel, N Meyer, S Strome, B Goldstein
Current Biology 14 (10), 851-862, 2004
2082004
CRISPR-Based Methods for Caenorhabditis elegans Genome Engineering
DJ Dickinson, B Goldstein
Genetics 202 (3), 885-901, 2016
1942016
Using RNA interference to identify genes required for RNA interference
NR Dudley, JC Labbé, B Goldstein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (7), 4191-4196, 2002
1792002
Tardigrades use intrinsically disordered proteins to survive desiccation
TC Boothby, H Tapia, AH Brozena, S Piszkiewicz, AE Smith, I Giovannini, ...
Molecular cell 65 (6), 975-984. e5, 2017
1722017
Wnt signals can function as positional cues in establishing cell polarity
B Goldstein, H Takeshita, K Mizumoto, H Sawa
Developmental cell 10 (3), 391-396, 2006
1572006
Evidence for extensive horizontal gene transfer from the draft genome of a tardigrade
TC Boothby, JR Tenlen, FW Smith, JR Wang, KA Patanella, EO Nishimura, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (52), 15976-15981, 2015
1502015
Cell contacts orient some cell division axes in the Caenorhabditis elegans embryo.
B Goldstein
The Journal of cell biology 129 (4), 1071-1080, 1995
1481995
Establishment of gut fate in the E lineage of C. elegans: the roles of lineage-dependent mechanisms and cell interactions
B Goldstein
Development 118 (4), 1267-1277, 1993
1451993
Wnt/Frizzled signaling controls C. elegans gastrulation by activating actomyosin contractility
JY Lee, DJ Marston, T Walston, J Hardin, A Halberstadt, B Goldstein
Current biology 16 (20), 1986-1997, 2006
1322006
The tardigrade Hypsibius dujardini, a new model for studying the evolution of development
WN Gabriel, R McNuff, SK Patel, TR Gregory, WR Jeck, CD Jones, ...
Developmental biology 312 (2), 545-559, 2007
1172007
Mechanisms of cell positioning during C. elegans gastrulation
JY Lee, B Goldstein
Development 130 (2), 307-320, 2003
1122003
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