Matthew C. Good, Ph.D.

2010 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
Cellular Signaling Systems
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Wendell A. Lim grad student 2010 UCSF
 (The role of docking and scaffolding interactions in the spatiotemporal control of MAP kinase signaling.)
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Garabedian MV, Good MC. (2021) OptoLRP6 Illuminates Wnt Signaling in Early Embryo Development. Journal of Molecular Biology. 167053
Bermudez JG, Deiters A, Good MC. (2021) Patterning Microtubule Network Organization Reshapes Cell-Like Compartments. Acs Synthetic Biology
Chen H, Qian W, Good MC. (2020) Integrating cellular dimensions with cell differentiation during early development. Current Opinion in Cell Biology. 67: 109-117
Cohen JD, Bermudez JG, Good MC, et al. (2020) A C. elegans Zona Pellucida domain protein functions via its ZPc domain. Plos Genetics. 16: e1009188
Chen H, Good MC. (2020) Nuclear sizER in Early Development. Developmental Cell. 54: 297-298
Chen H, Good MC. (2020) Imaging nascent transcription in wholemount vertebrate embryos to characterize zygotic genome activation. Methods in Enzymology. 638: 139-165
Schuster BS, Dignon GL, Tang WS, et al. (2020) Identifying sequence perturbations to an intrinsically disordered protein that determine its phase-separation behavior. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Li S, Xia B, Javed B, et al. (2020) Direct Visualization of Vesicle Disassembly and Reassembly Using Photocleavable Dendrimers Elucidates Cargo Release Mechanisms. Acs Nano
Reed EH, Schuster BS, Good MC, et al. (2020) SPLIT: Stable Protein Coacervation using a Light Induced Transition. Acs Synthetic Biology
Torre P, Xiao Q, Buzzacchera I, et al. (2019) Encapsulation of hydrophobic components in dendrimersomes and decoration of their surface with proteins and nucleic acids. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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