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Profile Publications(18)
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Publications By Brian J. Mitchell

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c21orf59/kurly Controls Both Cilia Motility and Polarization.
Jaffe KM, Grimes DT, Schottenfeld-Roames J, Werner ME, Ku TS, Kim SK, Pelliccia JL, Morante NF, Mitchell BJ, Burdine RD.
Cell Rep. March 1, 2016; 14 (8): 1841-9.

Ccdc11 is a novel centriolar satellite protein essential for ciliogenesis and establishment of left-right asymmetry.
Silva E, Betleja E, John E, Spear P, Moresco JJ, Zhang S, Yates JR, Mitchell BJ, Mahjoub MR.
Mol Biol Cell. January 1, 2016; 27 (1): 48-63.

Centriole biogenesis and function in multiciliated cells.
Zhang S, Mitchell BJ.
Methods Cell Biol. January 1, 2015; 129 103-27.

Basal bodies in Xenopus.
Zhang S, Mitchell BJ.
Cilia. January 1, 2015; 5 2.

Radial intercalation is regulated by the Par complex and the microtubule-stabilizing protein CLAMP/Spef1.
Werner ME, Mitchell JW, Putzbach W, Bacon E, Kim SK, Mitchell BJ.
J Cell Biol. August 4, 2014; 206 (3): 367-76.

Stabilization of speckle-type POZ protein (Spop) by Daz interacting protein 1 (Dzip1) is essential for Gli turnover and the proper output of Hedgehog signaling.
Schwend T, Jin Z, Jiang K, Mitchell BJ, Jia J, Yang J.
J Biol Chem. November 8, 2013; 288 (45): 32809-20.

Deuterosome-mediated centriole biogenesis.
Klos Dehring DA, Vladar EK, Werner ME, Mitchell JW, Hwang P, Mitchell BJ.
Dev Cell. October 14, 2013; 27 (1): 103-12.

ZMYND10 is mutated in primary ciliary dyskinesia and interacts with LRRC6.
Zariwala MA, Gee HY, Kurkowiak M, Al-Mutairi DA, Leigh MW, Hurd TW, Hjeij R, Dell SD, Chaki M, Dougherty GW, Adan M, Spear PC, Esteve-Rudd J, Loges NT, Rosenfeld M, Diaz KA, Olbrich H, Wolf WE, Sheridan E, Batten TF, Halbritter J, Porath JD, Kohl S, Lovric S, Hwang DY, Pittman JE, Burns KA, Ferkol TW, Sagel SD, Olivier KN, Morgan LC, Werner C, Raidt J, Pennekamp P, Sun Z, Zhou W, Airik R, Natarajan S, Allen SJ, Amirav I, Wieczorek D, Landwehr K, Nielsen K, Schwerk N, Sertic J, Köhler G, Washburn J, Levy S, Fan S, Koerner-Rettberg C, Amselem S, Williams DS, Mitchell BJ, Drummond IA, Otto EA, Omran H, Knowles MR, Hildebrandt F.
Am J Hum Genet. August 8, 2013; 93 (2): 336-45.

Bbof1 is required to maintain cilia orientation.
Chien YH, Werner ME, Stubbs J, Joens MS, Li J, Chien S, Fitzpatrick JA, Mitchell BJ, Kintner C.
Development. August 1, 2013; 140 (16): 3468-77.

Using Xenopus skin to study cilia development and function.
Werner ME, Mitchell BJ.
Methods Enzymol. January 1, 2013; 525 191-217.

Understanding ciliated epithelia: the power of Xenopus.
Werner ME, Mitchell BJ.
Genesis. March 1, 2012; 50 (3): 176-85.

Actin and microtubules drive differential aspects of planar cell polarity in multiciliated cells.
Werner ME, Hwang P, Huisman F, Taborek P, Yu CC, Mitchell BJ.
J Cell Biol. October 3, 2011; 195 (1): 19-26.

Strange as it may seem: the many links between Wnt signaling, planar cell polarity, and cilia.
Wallingford JB, Mitchell B.
Genes Dev. February 1, 2011; 25 (3): 201-13.

The hydrolethalus syndrome protein HYLS-1 links core centriole structure to cilia formation.
Dammermann A, Pemble H, Mitchell BJ, McLeod I, Yates JR, Kintner C, Desai AB, Oegema K.
Genes Dev. September 1, 2009; 23 (17): 2046-59.

The PCP pathway instructs the planar orientation of ciliated cells in the Xenopus larval skin.
Mitchell B, Stubbs JL, Huisman F, Taborek P, Yu C, Kintner C.
Curr Biol. June 9, 2009; 19 (11): 924-9.

Dishevelled controls apical docking and planar polarization of basal bodies in ciliated epithelial cells.
Park TJ, Mitchell BJ, Abitua PB, Kintner C, Wallingford JB.
Nat Genet. July 1, 2008; 40 (7): 871-9.

A positive feedback mechanism governs the polarity and motion of motile cilia.
Mitchell B, Jacobs R, Li J, Chien S, Kintner C.
Nature. May 3, 2007; 447 (7140): 97-101.

A small-molecule agonist of the Wnt signaling pathway.
Liu J, Wu X, Mitchell B, Kintner C, Ding S, Schultz PG.
Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. March 18, 2005; 44 (13): 1987-90.

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