Selected Publications

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Cohen JD, Bermudez JG, Good MC, Sundaram MV. A C. elegans Zona Pellucida domain protein functions via its ZPc domain. PLoS Genet. 2020 Nov 3;16(11):e1009188.

Cohen JD, Sundaram MV. C. elegans Apical Extracellular Matrices Shape Epithelia. J Dev Biol. 2020 Oct 6;8(4):E23.

Cohen JD, Sparacio AP, Belfi AC, Forman-Rubinsky R, Hall DH, Maul-Newby H, Frand AR, Sundaram MV. A multi-layered and dynamic apical extracellular matrix shapes the vulva lumen in Caenorhabditis elegans. Elife. 2020 Sep 25;9:e57874.

Soulavie, F., Hall, D.H., Sundaram, M.V.: The AFF-1 exoplasmic fusogen is required for endocytic scission and seamless tube elongation. Nature Communications 9(1): 1741, May 2018.

Forman-Rubinsky, R., Cohen, J.D. and Sundaram, M.V. : Lipocalins are required for apical extracellular matrix organization and remodeling in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics 207: 625-642, October 2017.

Sundaram, M.V. and Cohen, J.D.: Time to make the doughnuts: Building and shaping seamless tubes. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 67: 123-131, July 2017.

Soulavie, F. and Sundaram, M.V.: Auto-fusion and the shaping of neurons and tubes. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 60: 136-145, December 2016.

Gill, H.K.*, Cohen, J.D.*, Ayala-Figueroa, J., Forman-Rubinsky, R., Poggioli, C., Bickard, K., Parry, J.M., Pu P., Hall, D.H. and Sundaram, M.V.: Integrity of narrow epithelial tubes in the C. elegans excretory system requires a transient luminal matrix PLoS Genetics 12(8): e1006205, August 2016.

Sundaram, M.V. and Buechner, M.: The Caenorhabditis elegans excretory system: a model for tubulogenesis, cell fate specification and plasticity. Genetics 203: 35-63, May 2016.

Parry, J.M. and Sundaram, M.V: A non-cell-autonomous role for Ras signaling in C. elegans neuroblast delamination Development 2014 141: 4279-4284; September 2014

Mancuso, V.P., Parry, J. M., Storer, L., Poggioli, C., Nguyen, K. C. Q., Hall, D.H. and Sundaram, M.V: Extracellular leucine-rich repeat proteins are required to organize the apical extracellular matrix and maintain epithelial junction integrity in C. elegans. Development 139: 979-990, March 2012.

Abdus-Saboor, I., Mancuso, V.P., Murray, J.I., Palozola, K., Norris, C., Hall, D.H., Howell, K., Huang, K. and Sundaram, M.V: Notch and Ras promote sequential steps of excretory tube development in C. elegans. Development 138: 3545-3555, August 2011.

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