Jeffrey A. Hadwiger

Microbiology, Cell, & Molecular Biology Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, United States 
Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Microbiology Biology
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Hadwiger JA, Aranda RG, Fatima S. (2023) Atypical MAP kinases - new insights and directions from amoeba. Journal of Cell Science. 136
Hadwiger JA, Cai H, Aranda RG, et al. (2022) An atypical MAPK regulates translocation of a GATA transcription factor in response to chemoattractant stimulation. Journal of Cell Science. 135
Adhikari N, McGill IN, Hadwiger JA. (2021) MAPK docking motif in the Dictyostelium Gα2 subunit is required for aggregation and transcription factor translocation. Cellular Signalling. 110117
Adhikari N, Kuburich NA, Hadwiger JA. (2019) Mitogen-activated protein kinase regulation of the phosphodiesterase RegA in early development. Microbiology (Reading, England)
Kuburich NA, Adhikari N, Hadwiger JA. (2019) Multiple phosphorylation sites on the RegA phosphodiesterase regulate Dictyostelium development. Cellular Signalling. 57: 65-75
Schwebs DJ, Pan M, Adhikari N, et al. (2018) Dictyostelium Erk2 is an atypical MAPK required for chemotaxis. Cellular Signalling
Kuburich NA, Adhikari N, Hadwiger JA. (2016) Acanthamoeba and Dictyostelium Use Different Foraging Strategies. Protist. 167: 511-525
Schwebs DJ, Hadwiger JA. (2015) The Dictyostelium MAPK ERK1 is phosphorylated in a secondary response to early developmental signaling. Cellular Signalling. 27: 147-55
Schwebs DJ, Nguyen HN, Miller JA, et al. (2014) Loss of cAMP-specific phosphodiesterase rescues spore development in G protein mutant in dictyostelium. Cellular Signalling. 26: 409-18
Hadwiger JA. (2013) Role of the Vps9-domain protein RgfA in Dictyostelium chemotaxis and development. Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 59: 22-7
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