Publications since 2006

Hellerschmied, Doris; Roessler, Max; Lehner, Anita; Gazda, Linn; Stejskal, Karel; Imre, Richard; Mechtler, Karl; Dammermann, Alexander; Clausen, Tim (2018). UFD-2 is an adaptor-assisted E3 ligase targeting unfolded proteins. NAT COMMUN;9(1):484. PMID: 29396393
Link, Jana; Paouneskou, Dimitra; Velkova, Maria; Daryabeigi, Anahita; Laos, Triin; Labella, Sara; Barroso, Consuelo; Pacheco Piñol, Sarai; Montoya, Alex; Kramer, Holger; Woglar, Alexander; Baudrimont, Antoine; Markert, Sebastian Mathias; Stigloher, Christian; Martinez-Perez, Enrique; Dammermann, Alexander; Alsheimer, Manfred; Zetka, Monique; Jantsch, Verena (2018). Transient and Partial Nuclear Lamina Disruption Promotes Chromosome Movement in Early Meiotic Prophase. Dev Cell;45(2):212-225.e7. PMID: 29689196
Serwas, Daniel; Su, Tiffany Y; Roessler, Max; Wang, Shaohe; Dammermann, Alexander (2017). Centrioles initiate cilia assembly but are dispensable for maturation and maintenance in C. elegans. J CELL BIOL;216(6):1659-1671. PMID: 28411189
Wei, Qing; Zhang, Yingyi; Schouteden, Clementine; Zhang, Yuxia; Zhang, Qing; Dong, Jinhong; Wonesch, Veronika; Ling, Kun; Dammermann, Alexander; Hu, Jinghua (2016). The hydrolethalus syndrome protein HYLS-1 regulates formation of the ciliary gate. NAT COMMUN;7:12437. PMID: 27534274
Molodtsov, Maxim I; Mieck, Christine; Dobbelaere, Jeroen; Dammermann, Alexander; Westermann, Stefan; Vaziri, Alipasha (2016). A Force-Induced Directional Switch of a Molecular Motor Enables Parallel Microtubule Bundle Formation. CELL;167(2):539-552.e14. PMID: 27716509
Laos, Triin; Cabral, Gabriela; Dammermann, Alexander (2015). Isotropic incorporation of SPD-5 underlies centrosome assembly in C. elegans. CURR BIOL;25(15):R648-9. PMID: 26241136
Schouteden, Clementine; Serwas, Daniel; Palfy, Mate; Dammermann, Alexander (2015). The ciliary transition zone functions in cell adhesion but is dispensable for axoneme assembly in C. elegans. J CELL BIOL;210(1):35-44. PMID: 26124290
Serwas, Daniel; Dammermann, Alexander (2015). Ultrastructural analysis of Caenorhabditis elegans cilia. METHOD CELL BIOL;129:341-67. PMID: 26175447
Dobbelaere, Jeroen (2015). Genome-wide RNAi screens in S2 cells to identify centrosome components. METHOD CELL BIOL;129:279-300. PMID: 26175444
Kodani, Andrew; Yu, Timothy W; Johnson, Jeffrey R; Jayaraman, Divya; Johnson, Tasha L; Al-Gazali, Lihadh; Sztriha, L?szló; Partlow, Jennifer N; Kim, Hanjun; Krup, Alexis L; Dammermann, Alexander; Krogan, Nevan; Walsh, Christopher A; Reiter, Jeremy F (2015). Centriolar satellites assemble centrosomal microcephaly proteins to recruit CDK2 and promote centriole duplication. eLife;4. PMID: 26297806
Cabral, Gabriela; Marques, André; Schubert, Veit; Pedrosa-Harand, Andrea; Schlögelhofer, Peter (2014). Chiasmatic and achiasmatic inverted meiosis of plants with holocentric chromosomes. NAT COMMUN;5:5070. PMID: 25295686
Conduit, Paul T; Feng, Zhe; Richens, Jennifer H; Baumbach, Janina; Wainman, Alan; Bakshi, Suruchi D; Dobbelaere, Jeroen; Johnson, Steven; Lea, Susan M; Raff, Jordan W (2014). The centrosome-specific phosphorylation of Cnn by Polo/Plk1 drives Cnn scaffold assembly and centrosome maturation. Dev Cell;28(6):659-69. PMID: 24656740
Cabral, Gabriela; Sans, Sabina Sanegre; Cowan, Carrie R; Dammermann, Alexander (2013). Multiple mechanisms contribute to centriole separation in C. elegans. CURR BIOL;23(14):1380-7. PMID: 23885867
Franz, Anna; Roque, Hélio; Saurya, Saroj; Dobbelaere, Jeroen; Raff, Jordan W (2013). CP110 exhibits novel regulatory activities during centriole assembly in Drosophila. J CELL BIOL;203(5):785-99. PMID: 24297749
Dammermann, Alexander; Cipak, Lubos; Gregan, Juraj (2012). Microtubule organization: a pericentriolar material-like structure in yeast meiosis. CURR BIOL;22(7):R229-31. PMID: 22497938
Qiao, Renping; Cabral, Gabriela; Lettman, Molly M; Dammermann, Alexander; Dong, Gang (2012). SAS-6 coiled-coil structure and interaction with SAS-5 suggest a regulatory mechanism in C. elegans centriole assembly. EMBO J;31(22):4334-47. PMID: 23064147
Essex, Anthony; Dammermann, Alexander; Lewellyn, Lindsay; Oegema, Karen; Desai, Arshad (2009). Systematic analysis in Caenorhabditis elegans reveals that the spindle checkpoint is composed of two largely independent branches. MOL BIOL CELL. PMID: 19109417
Dammermann, Alexander; Pemble, Hayley; Mitchell, Brian J; McLeod, Ian; Yates, John R; Kintner, Chris; Desai, Arshad B; Oegema, Karen (2009). The hydrolethalus syndrome protein HYLS-1 links core centriole structure to cilia formation. GENE DEV. PMID: 19656802
Green, Rebecca A; Audhya, Anjon; Pozniakovsky, Andrei; Dammermann, Alexander; Pemble, Hayley; Monen, Joost; Portier, Nathan; Hyman, Anthony; Desai, Arshad; Oegema, Karen (2008). Expression and imaging of fluorescent proteins in the C. elegans gonad and early embryo. METHOD CELL BIOL. PMID: 18155464
Dammermann, Alexander; Maddox, Paul S; Desai, Arshad; Oegema, Karen (2008). SAS-4 is recruited to a dynamic structure in newly forming centrioles that is stabilized by the gamma-tubulin-mediated addition of centriolar microtubules. J CELL BIOL. PMID: 18299348