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Profile Publications(46)
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Publications By Mustafa K. Khokha

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WDR5 Stabilizes Actin Architecture to Promote Multiciliated Cell Formation.
Kulkarni SS, Griffin JN, Date PP, Liem KF, Khokha MK.
Dev Cell. September 10, 2018; 46 (5): 595-610.e3.

Mutations in multiple components of the nuclear pore complex cause nephrotic syndrome.
Braun DA, Lovric S, Schapiro D, Schneider R, Marquez J, Asif M, Hussain MS, Daga A, Widmeier E, Rao J, Ashraf S, Tan W, Lusk CP, Kolb A, Jobst-Schwan T, Schmidt JM, Hoogstraten CA, Eddy K, Kitzler TM, Shril S, Moawia A, Schrage K, Khayyat AIA, Lawson JA, Gee HY, Warejko JK, Hermle T, Majmundar AJ, Hugo H, Budde B, Motameny S, Altmüller J, Noegel AA, Fathy HM, Gale DP, Waseem SS, Khan A, Kerecuk L, Hashmi S, Mohebbi N, Ettenger R, Serdaroğlu E, Alhasan KA, Hashem M, Goncalves S, Ariceta G, Ubetagoyena M, Antonin W, Baig SM, Alkuraya FS, Shen Q, Xu H, Antignac C, Lifton RP, Mane S, Nürnberg P, Khokha MK, Hildebrandt F.
J Clin Invest. September 4, 2018;

RAPGEF5 Regulates Nuclear Translocation of β-Catenin.
Griffin JN, Del Viso F, Duncan AR, Robson A, Hwang W, Kulkarni S, Liu KJ, Khokha MK.
Dev Cell. January 1, 2018; 44 (2): 248-260.e4.

CRISPR/Cas9 F0 Screening of Congenital Heart Disease Genes in Xenopus tropicalis.
Deniz E, Mis EK, Lane M, Khokha MK.
Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2018; 1865 163-174.

Visualization and quantification of injury to the ciliated epithelium using quantitative flow imaging and speckle variance optical coherence tomography.
Gamm UA, Huang BK, Mis EK, Khokha MK, Choma MA.
Sci Rep. November 8, 2017; 7 (1): 15115.

An interspecies heart-to-heart: Using Xenopus to uncover the genetic basis of congenital heart disease.
Garfinkel AM, Khokha MK.
Curr Pathobiol Rep. June 1, 2017; 5 (2): 187-196.

Developmentally regulated long non-coding RNAs in Xenopus tropicalis.
Forouzmand E, Owens NDL, Blitz IL, Paraiso KD, Khokha MK, Gilchrist MJ, Xie X, Cho KWY.
Dev Biol. January 1, 2017; 426 (2): 401-408.

Analysis of Craniocardiac Malformations in Xenopus using Optical Coherence Tomography.
Deniz E, Jonas S, Hooper M, N Griffin J, Choma MA, Khokha MK.
Sci Rep. January 1, 2017; 7 42506.

CRISPR-Cpf1 mediates efficient homology-directed repair and temperature-controlled genome editing.
Moreno-Mateos MA, Fernandez JP, Rouet R, Vejnar CE, Lane MA, Mis E, Khokha MK, Doudna JA, Giraldez AJ.
Nat Commun. January 1, 2017; 8 (1): 2024.

Ultrahigh-speed, phase-sensitive full-field interferometric confocal microscopy for quantitative microscale physiology.
Sencan I, Huang BK, Bian Y, Mis E, Khokha MK, Cao H, Choma M.
Biomed Opt Express. November 1, 2016; 7 (11): 4674-4684.

Particle streak velocimetry-optical coherence tomography: a novel method for multidimensional imaging of microscale fluid flows.
Zhou KC, Huang BK, Gamm UA, Bhandari V, Khokha MK, Choma MA.
Biomed Opt Express. April 1, 2016; 7 (4): 1590-603.

Xenopus as a model organism for birth defects-Congenital heart disease and heterotaxy.
Duncan AR, Khokha MK.
Semin Cell Dev Biol. March 1, 2016; 51 73-9.

Measuring Absolute RNA Copy Numbers at High Temporal Resolution Reveals Transcriptome Kinetics in Development.
Owens ND, Blitz IL, Lane MA, Patrushev I, Overton JD, Gilchrist MJ, Cho KW, Khokha MK.
Cell Rep. January 26, 2016; 14 (3): 632-47.

Codon identity regulates mRNA stability and translation efficiency during the maternal-to-zygotic transition.
Bazzini AA, Del Viso F, Moreno-Mateos MA, Johnstone TG, Vejnar CE, Qin Y, Yao J, Khokha MK, Giraldez AJ.
EMBO J. January 1, 2016; 35 (19): 2087-2103.

Congenital Heart Disease Genetics Uncovers Context-Dependent Organization and Function of Nucleoporins at Cilia.
Del Viso F, Huang F, Myers J, Chalfant M, Zhang Y, Reza N, Bewersdorf J, Lusk CP, Khokha MK.
Dev Cell. January 1, 2016; 38 (5): 478-92.

Nucleoporin gene expression in Xenopus tropicalis embryonic development.
Reza N, Khokha MK, Del Viso F.
Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2016; 60 (4-6): 181-8.

Expression of ribosomopathy genes during Xenopus tropicalis embryogenesis.
Robson A, Owens ND, Baserga SJ, Khokha MK, Griffin JN.
BMC Dev Biol. January 1, 2016; 16 (1): 38.

CRISPR/Cas9: An inexpensive, efficient loss of function tool to screen human disease genes in Xenopus.
Bhattacharya D, Marfo CA, Li D, Lane M, Khokha MK.
Dev Biol. December 15, 2015; 408 (2): 196-204.

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.

CRISPRscan: designing highly efficient sgRNAs for CRISPR-Cas9 targeting in vivo.
Moreno-Mateos MA, Vejnar CE, Beaudoin JD, Fernandez JP, Mis EK, Khokha MK, Giraldez AJ.
Nat Methods. October 1, 2015; 12 (10): 982-8.

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