Charles Saxe, Ph.D.

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Cell Biology & Anatomy Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
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Dictyostelium signaling
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James E. Bear grad student 1993-1998 Emory
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Caracino D, Jones C, Compton M, et al. (2007) The N-terminus of Dictyostelium Scar interacts with Abi and HSPC300 and is essential for proper regulation and function. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 18: 1609-20
Saxe CL. (2003) WASp/Scar/WAVE Handbook of Cell Signaling. 2: 323-327
Seastone DJ, Harris E, Temesvari LA, et al. (2001) The WASp-like protein scar regulates macropinocytosis, phagocytosis and endosomal membrane flow in Dictyostelium. Journal of Cell Science. 114: 2673-83
Saxe CL. (1999) Learning from the slime mold: Dictyostelium and human disease. American Journal of Human Genetics. 65: 25-30
Bear JE, Rawls JF, Saxe CL. (1998) SCAR, a WASP-related protein, isolated as a suppressor of receptor defects in late Dictyostelium development. The Journal of Cell Biology. 142: 1325-35
Saxe CL, Yu Y, Jones C, et al. (1996) The cAMP receptor subtype cAR2 is restricted to a subset of prestalk cells during Dictyostelium development and displays unexpected DIF-1 responsiveness. Developmental Biology. 174: 202-13
Yu Y, Saxe CL. (1996) Differential distribution of cAMP receptors cAR2 and cAR3 during Dictyostelium development. Developmental Biology. 173: 353-6
Ginsburg GT, Gollop R, Yu Y, et al. (1995) The regulation of Dictyostelium development by transmembrane signalling. The Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 42: 200-5
Saxe CL. (1994) Signals that make you different: receptor-mediated signal transduction in early development. Zygote (Cambridge, England). 2: 179-83
Saxe CL, Ginsburg GT, Louis JM, et al. (1993) CAR2, a prestalk cAMP receptor required for normal tip formation and late development of Dictyostelium discoideum. Genes & Development. 7: 262-72
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