Daniel Kalderon

Columbia University, New York, NY 
Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics
"Daniel Kalderon"


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Josefa Steinhauer grad student 2006 Columbia
Qianhe Zhou grad student 2011 Columbia
Eva Zadorozny grad student 2014 Columbia
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Garcia Garcia E, Little JC, Kalderon D. (2017) The Exon Junction Complex and Srp54 Contribute to Drosophila Hedgehog Signaling via ci RNA Splicing. Genetics
Zadorozny EV, Little JC, Kalderon D. (2015) Contributions of Costal 2-Fused interactions to Hedgehog signaling in Drosophila. Development (Cambridge, England). 142: 931-42
Huang J, Kalderon D. (2014) Coupling of Hedgehog and Hippo pathways promotes stem cell maintenance by stimulating proliferation. The Journal of Cell Biology. 205: 325-38
Vied C, Reilein A, Field NS, et al. (2012) Regulation of stem cells by intersecting gradients of long-range niche signals. Developmental Cell. 23: 836-48
Wang ZA, Huang J, Kalderon D. (2012) Drosophila follicle stem cells are regulated by proliferation and niche adhesion as well as mitochondria and ROS. Nature Communications. 3: 769
Zhou Q, Kalderon D. (2011) Hedgehog activates fused through phosphorylation to elicit a full spectrum of pathway responses. Developmental Cell. 20: 802-14
Marks SA, Kalderon D. (2011) Regulation of mammalian Gli proteins by Costal 2 and PKA in Drosophila reveals Hedgehog pathway conservation. Development (Cambridge, England). 138: 2533-42
Zhou Q, Kalderon D. (2010) Costal 2 interactions with Cubitus interruptus (Ci) underlying Hedgehog-regulated Ci processing. Developmental Biology. 348: 47-57
Wang ZA, Kalderon D. (2009) Cyclin E-dependent protein kinase activity regulates niche retention of Drosophila ovarian follicle stem cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 106: 21701-6
Vied C, Kalderon D. (2009) Hedgehog-stimulated stem cells depend on non-canonical activity of the Notch co-activator Mastermind. Development (Cambridge, England). 136: 2177-86
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