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Publications by Vanessa Auld

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  1. Padash-Barmchi, M., G. Samarasekera, M.M. Gilbert, V.J. Auld, B. Zhang. 2016. Magi Is Associated with the Par Complex and Functions Antagonistically with Bazooka to Regulate the Apical Polarity Complex. PLoS One 11:e0153259 Link »
  2. Petley-Ragan, L.M., E.L. Ardiel, C.H. Rankin, V.J. Auld. 2016. Accumulation of Laminin Monomers in Drosophila Glia Leads to Glial Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress and Disrupted Larval Locomotion. Journal of Neuroscience 36: 1151-64 Link »
  3. Sharifkhodaei, Z., M. Padash-Barmchi, M.M. Gilbert, G. Samarasekera, T.A. Fulga, D. Van Vactor, V.J. Auld. 2016. The Drosophila tricellular junction protein Gliotactin regulates its own mRNA levels through BMP-mediated induction of miR-184. Journal of Cell Science 129: 1477-89 Link »
  4. Xie X., M. Gilbert, M., L. Petley-Ragan, L., V.J. Auld. 2014. Loss of focal adhesions in glia disrupts both glial and photoreceptor axon migration in the Drosophila visual system. Development 141:3072-3083 Link »
  5. Padash-Barmchi M., K. Charish, J. Que, V.J. Auld. 2013. Gliotactin and Discs-large are co-regulated to maintain epithelial integrity. J Cell Sci 126:1134-1142 Link »
  6. Brink D.L., M. Gilbert, X. Xie, L, Petley-Ragan, V.J. Auld. 2012. Glial processes at the Drosophila larval neuromuscular junction match synaptic growth. PLoS One 7(5):e37876 Link »
  7. Xie X., V.J. Auld. 2011. Integrins are necessary for the development and maintenance of the glial layers in the Drosophila peripheral nerve. Development 138:3813-3822 Link »
  8. Padash-Barmchi M., K. Browne, K. Sturgeon, B. Jusiak, V.J. Auld. 2010. Control of Gliotactin localization and levels by tyrosine phosphorylation and endocytosis is necessary for survival of polarized epithelia. J Cell Sci 123: 4052-4062 Link »
  9. Schulte, J., K. Charish, J. Que, S. Ravn, C. MacKinnon, V.J. Auld. 2006. Gliotactin and Discs large form a protein complex at the tricellular junction of polarized epithelial cells in Drosophila. J Cell Sci 119: 4391-401
  10. Venema, D.R., T. Zeev-Ben-Mordehai, V.J. Auld. 2004. Transient apical polarization of Gliotactin and Coracle is required for parallel alignment of wing hairs in Drosophila. Dev Biol. 275: 301-14
  11. Schulte, J., U. Tepass, V.J. Auld. 2003. Gliotactin, a novel marker of tricellular junctions, is necessary for septate junction development in Drosophila. J Cell Biol. 161: 991-1000
  12. Sepp, K.J. and V.J. Auld. 2003. Reciprocal interactions between neurons and glia are required for Drosophila peripheral nervous system development. J Neurosci. 23: 8221-30
  13. Sepp, K.J., V.J. Auld. 2003. RhoA and Rac1 GTPases mediate the dynamic rearrangement of actin in peripheral glia. Development 130: 1825-35
  14. Gilbert, M., Smith, J., Roskams, A-J. and Auld, V.J. 2001. Neuroligin 3 is a vertebrate gliotactin expressed in the olfactory ensheathing glia, a growth promoting class of macroglia. Glia 34: 151-164
  15. Sepp, K., Schulte, J. and Auld, V.J. 2001. Glia direct sensory neuron guidance at the CNS/PNS boundary. Developmental Biology 238: 47-63
  16. Sepp, K., Schulte, J. and Auld, V.J. 2000. Developmental dynamics of peripheral glia in the embryo of Drosophila melanogaster. Glia 30: 122-133
  17. Sepp, K.J. and Auld, V.J. 1999. The use of targeted transposition to convert lacZ to GAL4 enhancer trap lines. Genetics 151: 1093-1101
  18. Auld V.J., Fetter R.D., Broadie K. and Goodman C.S. 1995. Gliotactin, a novel transmembrane protein on peripheral glia, is required to form the blood-nerve barrier in Drosophila. Cell 81: 757-767