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  • Margot Quinlan Biochemistry, UCLA
    Yoo, H., Roth-Johnson, E.A., Bor, B. and Quinlan, M.E. (2015). Drosophila Cappuccino alleles provide insight into formin mechanism and role in oogenesis. Mol Biol Cell [Epub ahead of print]. PubMed ID: 25788286

    Bor, B., Bois, J. S. and Quinlan, M. E. (2014). Regulation of the formin Cappuccino is critical for polarity of Drosophila oocytes. Cytoskeleton (Hoboken) [Epub ahead of print]. PubMed ID: 25557988

    Rasson, A. S., Bois, J. S., Pham, D. S., Yoo, H. and Quinlan, M. E. (2014). Filament assembly by Spire: Key residues and concerted actin binding. J Mol Biol. PubMed ID: 25234086

    Vizcarra, C. L., Bor, B. and Quinlan, M. E. (2014). The Role of Formin Tails in Actin Nucleation, Processive Elongation, and Filament Bundling. J Biol Chem. PubMed ID: 25246531

    Roth-Johnson, E. A., Vizcarra, C. L., Bois, J. S. and Quinlan, M. E. (2013). Interaction between microtubules and the Drosophila formin Cappuccino and its effect on actin assembly. J Biol Chem. PubMed ID: 24362037

    Quinlan, M. E. (2013). Direct interaction between two actin nucleators is required in Drosophila oogenesis. Development 140: 4417-4425. PubMed ID: 24089467

  • Leonie Quinn Australian National University
    Parsons, L. M., Grzeschik, N. A., Amaratunga, K., Burke, P., Quinn, L. M. and Richardson, H. E. (2017). A kinome RNAi screen in Drosophila identifies novel genes interacting with Lgl, aPKC and Crb cell polarity genes in epithelial tissues. G3 (Bethesda). PubMed ID: 28611255

    Lim, N. R., Shohayeb, B., Zaytseva, O., Mitchell, N., Millard, S. S., Ng, D. C. H. and Quinn, L. M. (2017). Glial-specific functions of microcephaly protein WDR62 and interaction with the mitotic kinase AURKA are essential for Drosophila brain growth. Stem Cell Reports. PubMed ID: 28625535

    Dominado, N., La Marca, J.E., Siddall, N.A., Heaney, J., Tran, M., Cai, Y., Yu, F., Wang, H., Somers, W.G., Quinn, L.M. and Hime, G.R. (2016). Rbf regulates Drosophila spermatogenesis via control of somatic stem and progenitor cell fate in the larval testis. Stem Cell Reports 7: 1152-1163. PubMed ID: 27974223

    Mitchell, N. C., Tchoubrieva, E. B., Chahal, A., Woods, S., Lee, A., Lin, J. I., Parsons, L., Jastrzebski, K., Poortinga, G., Hannan, K. M., Pearson, R. B., Hannan, R. D. and Quinn, L. M. (2015). S6 Kinase is essential for MYC-dependent rDNA transcription in Drosophila. Cell Signal 27: 2045-2053. PubMed ID: 26215099

    Lee, J. E., Mitchell, N. C., Zaytseva, O., Chahal, A., Mendis, P., Cartier-Michaud, A., Parsons, L. M., Poortinga, G., Levens, D. L., Hannan, R. D. and Quinn, L. M. (2015). Defective Hfp-dependent transcriptional repression of dMYC is fundamental to tissue overgrowth in Drosophila XPB models. Nat Commun 6: 7404. PubMed ID: 26074141

    Zaytseva, O., Tenis, N., Mitchell, N., Kanno, S. I., Yasui, A., Heierhorst, J. and Quinn, L. M. (2013). The Novel Zinc Finger Protein dASCIZ Regulates Mitosis in Drosophila via an Essential Role in Dynein Light Chain Expression. Genetics. PubMed ID: 24336747

    Mitchell, N. C., Lin, J. I., Zaytseva, O., Cranna, N., Lee, A. and Quinn, L. M. (2013). The Ecdysone receptor constrains wingless expression to pattern cell cycle across the Drosophila wing margin in a cyclin B-dependent manner. BMC Dev Biol 13: 28. PubMed ID: 23848468

    Quinn, L. M., Secombe, J. and Hime, G. R. (2013). Myc in stem cell behaviour: insights from Drosophila. Adv Exp Med Biol 786: 269-285. PubMed ID: 23696362

    Lin, J. I., Mitchell, N. C., Kalcina, M., Tchoubrieva, E., Stewart, M. J., Marygold, S. J., Walker, C. D., Thomas, G., Leevers, S. J., Pearson, R. B., Quinn, L. M. and Hannan, R. D. (2011). Drosophila ribosomal protein mutants control tissue growth non-autonomously via effects on the prothoracic gland and ecdysone. PLoS Genet 7: e1002408. PubMed ID: 22194697

    Cranna, N. J., Mitchell, N. C., Hannan, R. D. and Quinn, L. M. (2011). Hfp, the Drosophila homolog of the mammalian c-myc transcriptional-repressor and tumor suppressor FIR, inhibits dmyc transcription and cell growth. Fly (Austin) 5: 129-133. PubMed ID: 21245665


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