Lynne M. Angerer - Publications

Affiliations: 
University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
Area:
Molecular Biology

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2017 Famiglietti AL, Wei Z, Beres TM, Milac AL, Tran DT, Patel D, Angerer RC, Angerer LM, Tabak LA. Characterization and expression analysis of Galnts in developing Strongylocentrotus purpuratus embryos. Plos One. 12: e0176479. PMID 28448610 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0176479  0.36
2015 Wei Z, Angerer LM, Angerer RC. Neurogenic gene regulatory pathways in the sea urchin embryo. Development (Cambridge, England). PMID 26657764 DOI: 10.1242/dev.125989  0.44
2014 Sethi AJ, Angerer RC, Angerer LM. Multicolor labeling in developmental gene regulatory network analysis. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1128: 249-62. PMID 24567220 DOI: 10.1007/978-1-62703-974-1_17  0.44
2013 Range RC, Angerer RC, Angerer LM. Integration of canonical and noncanonical Wnt signaling pathways patterns the neuroectoderm along the anterior-posterior axis of sea urchin embryos. Plos Biology. 11: e1001467. PMID 23335859 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001467  0.44
2012 Sethi AJ, Wikramanayake RM, Angerer RC, Range RC, Angerer LM. Sequential signaling crosstalk regulates endomesoderm segregation in sea urchin embryos. Science (New York, N.Y.). 335: 590-3. PMID 22301319 DOI: 10.1126/science.1212867  0.44
2011 Adams DK, Sewell MA, Angerer RC, Angerer LM. Rapid adaptation to food availability by a dopamine-mediated morphogenetic response. Nature Communications. 2: 592. PMID 22186888 DOI: 10.1038/ncomms1603  0.44
2011 Yaguchi S, Yaguchi J, Wei Z, Jin Y, Angerer LM, Inaba K. Fez function is required to maintain the size of the animal plate in the sea urchin embryo. Development (Cambridge, England). 138: 4233-43. PMID 21852402 DOI: 10.1242/dev.069856  0.32
2011 Angerer LM, Yaguchi S, Angerer RC, Burke RD. The evolution of nervous system patterning: insights from sea urchin development. Development (Cambridge, England). 138: 3613-23. PMID 21828090 DOI: 10.1242/dev.058172  0.44
2011 Wei Z, Angerer RC, Angerer LM. Direct development of neurons within foregut endoderm of sea urchin embryos. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108: 9143-7. PMID 21576476 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1018513108  0.36
2010 Yaguchi S, Yaguchi J, Wei Z, Shiba K, Angerer LM, Inaba K. ankAT-1 is a novel gene mediating the apical tuft formation in the sea urchin embryo. Developmental Biology. 348: 67-75. PMID 20875818 DOI: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2010.09.011  0.32
2010 Yaguchi S, Yaguchi J, Angerer RC, Angerer LM, Burke RD. TGFβ signaling positions the ciliary band and patterns neurons in the sea urchin embryo. Developmental Biology. 347: 71-81. PMID 20709054 DOI: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2010.08.009  0.44
2009 Wei Z, Yaguchi J, Yaguchi S, Angerer RC, Angerer LM. The sea urchin animal pole domain is a Six3-dependent neurogenic patterning center. Development (Cambridge, England). 136: 1179-89. PMID 19270175 DOI: 10.1242/dev.032300  0.36
2009 Sethi AJ, Angerer RC, Angerer LM. Gene regulatory network interactions in sea urchin endomesoderm induction. Plos Biology. 7: e1000029. PMID 19192949 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1000029  0.36
2008 Yaguchi S, Yaguchi J, Angerer RC, Angerer LM. A Wnt-FoxQ2-nodal pathway links primary and secondary axis specification in sea urchin embryos. Developmental Cell. 14: 97-107. PMID 18194656 DOI: 10.1016/j.devcel.2007.10.012  0.36
2007 Dunn EF, Moy VN, Angerer LM, Angerer RC, Morris RL, Peterson KJ. Molecular paleoecology: using gene regulatory analysis to address the origins of complex life cycles in the late Precambrian. Evolution & Development. 9: 10-24. PMID 17227363 DOI: 10.1111/j.1525-142X.2006.00134.x  0.44
2006 Sodergren E, Weinstock GM, Davidson EH, Cameron RA, Gibbs RA, Angerer RC, Angerer LM, Arnone MI, Burgess DR, Burke RD, Coffman JA, Dean M, Elphick MR, Ettensohn CA, et al. The genome of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Science (New York, N.Y.). 314: 941-52. PMID 17095691 DOI: 10.1126/science.1133609  0.44
2006 Wei Z, Angerer RC, Angerer LM. A database of mRNA expression patterns for the sea urchin embryo. Developmental Biology. 300: 476-84. PMID 17007833 DOI: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2006.08.034  0.36
2005 Angerer LM, Newman LA, Angerer RC. SoxB1 downregulation in vegetal lineages of sea urchin embryos is achieved by both transcriptional repression and selective protein turnover. Development (Cambridge, England). 132: 999-1008. PMID 15689377 DOI: 10.1242/dev.01650  0.44
2004 Angerer LM, Angerer RC. Disruption of gene function using antisense morpholinos. Methods in Cell Biology. 74: 699-711. PMID 15575627  0.36
2003 Kenny AP, Oleksyn DW, Newman LA, Angerer RC, Angerer LM. Tight regulation of SpSoxB factors is required for patterning and morphogenesis in sea urchin embryos. Developmental Biology. 261: 412-25. PMID 14499650 DOI: 10.1016/S0012-1606(03)00331-2  0.44
2003 Angerer LM, Angerer RC. Patterning the sea urchin embryo: gene regulatory networks, signaling pathways, and cellular interactions. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 53: 159-98. PMID 12509127  0.36
2001 Kenny AP, Angerer LM, Angerer RC. SpSoxB1 serves an essential architectural function in the promoter SpAN, a tolloid/BMP1-related gene. Gene Expression. 9: 283-90. PMID 11763999  0.56
2001 Howard EW, Newman LA, Oleksyn DW, Angerer RC, Angerer LM. SpKrl: a direct target of beta-catenin regulation required for endoderm differentiation in sea urchin embryos. Development (Cambridge, England). 128: 365-75. PMID 11152635  0.44
1999 Kenny AP, Kozlowski D, Oleksyn DW, Angerer LM, Angerer RC. SpSoxB1, a maternally encoded transcription factor asymmetrically distributed among early sea urchin blastomeres. Development (Cambridge, England). 126: 5473-83. PMID 10556071  0.44
1997 Wei Z, Kenny AP, Angerer LM, Angerer RC. The SpHE gene is downregulated in sea urchin late blastulae despite persistence of multiple positive factors sufficient to activate its promoter. Mechanisms of Development. 67: 171-8. PMID 9392514  0.56
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