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The Meng-Fu Bryan Tsou Lab: Publications

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Yang TT, Chong WM, Wang WJ, Mazo G, Chen Z, Chen YD, Weng R, Huang CE, Jane WN, Tsou MF*, Liao JC*. (2018). Architecture of mammalian centriole distal appendages accommodates distinct blade and matrix functional elements. Nature Communication. in press (*Co-corresponding authors).

Shulman AS, Tsou MF*. (2017). Probing Cilia-Associated Signaling Proteomes in Animal Evolution. Dev Cell. 43(6):653-655.

Mazo G, Soplop N, Wang WJ, Uryu K, and Tsou MF*. (2016). Spatial control of primary ciliogenesis by subdistal appendages alters sensation-associated properties of cilia. Dev Cell. 39(4):424-437.

Kim M, O’Rourke BP, Soni RK, Jallepalli PV, Hendrickson RC, Tsou MF*. (2016). Promotion and suppression of centriole duplication are catalytically coupled through PLK4 to ensure centriole homeostasis. Cell Rep. 16(5):1195-203.

Fong CS, Mazo G, Das T, Goodman J, Kim M, O’Rourke BP, Izquierdo D, Tsou MF*. (2016). 53BP1 and USP28 mediate p53-dependent cell cycle arrest in response to centrosome loss and prolonged mitosis. Elife. 5. pii: e16270.

Wang WJ, Acehan D, Kao CH, Jane WN, Uryu K, Tsou MF*. (2015). De novo centriole formation in human cells is error-prone and does not require SAS-6 self-assembly. Elife. 4. pii: e10586.

Izquierdo D, and Tsou MF*. (2014). Stabilization of cartwheel-less centrioles for duplication requires CEP295-mediated centriole-to-centrosome conversion. Cell Rep. 8(4):957-65

Fong CS*, Kim M*, Yang TT, Liao JC, and Tsou MF*. (2014). SAS-6 assembly templated by the lumen of cartwheel-less centrioles precedes centriole duplication. Dev Cell. 30(2):238-45.

Wang WJ, Tay HG, Soni R, Perumal GS, Goll MG, Macaluso FP, Asara JM, Amack JD, and Tsou MF*. (2013). CEP162 is an axoneme-recognition protein promoting ciliary transition zone assembly at the cilia base. Nat Cell Biol. 15(6): 591-601.

Tanos BE, Yang HJ, Soni R, Wang WJ, Macaluso FP, Asara JM, and Tsou MF*. (2013). Centriole distal appendages promote membrane docking, leading to cilia initiation. Genes Dev. 27: 163-168.