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Profile Publications(6)
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Publications By Martina Brueckner, MD

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The NIMA-like kinase Nek2 is a key switch balancing cilia biogenesis and resorption in the development of left-right asymmetry., Endicott SJ, Basu B, Khokha M, Brueckner M., Development. December 1, 2015; 142 (23): 4068-79.                                  


The heterotaxy gene GALNT11 glycosylates Notch to orchestrate cilia type and laterality., Boskovski MT, Yuan S, Pedersen NB, Goth CK, Makova S, Clausen H, Brueckner M, Khokha MK., Nature. December 19, 2013; 504 (7480): 456-9.    


Rare copy number variations in congenital heart disease patients identify unique genes in left-right patterning., Fakhro KA, Choi M, Ware SM, Belmont JW, Towbin JA, Lifton RP, Khokha MK, Brueckner M., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. February 15, 2011; 108 (7): 2915-20.                      


Cilia multifunctional organelles at the center of vertebrate left-right asymmetry., Basu B, Brueckner M., Curr Top Dev Biol. January 1, 2008; 85 151-74.


Conserved function for embryonic nodal cilia., Essner JJ, Vogan KJ, Wagner MK, Tabin CJ, Yost HJ, Brueckner M., Nature. July 4, 2002; 418 (6893): 37-8.


Left, right and without a cue., Horwich A, Brueckner M., Nat Genet. December 1, 1993; 5 (4): 321-2.

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