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James Priess

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA, United States 
"James Priess"
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Sun B, Kim H, Mello CC, et al. (2023) The CERV protein of Cer1, a C. elegans LTR retrotransposon, is required for nuclear export of viral genomic RNA and can form giant nuclear rods. Plos Genetics. 19: e1010804
Raiders SA, Eastwood MD, Bacher M, et al. (2018) Binucleate germ cells in Caenorhabditis elegans are removed by physiological apoptosis. Plos Genetics. 14: e1007417
Sugioka K, Hamill DR, Lowry JB, et al. (2017) Centriolar SAS-7 acts upstream of SPD-2 to regulate centriole assembly and pericentriolar material formation. Elife. 6
Rasmussen JP, Feldman JL, Reddy SS, et al. (2013) Cell interactions and patterned intercalations shape and link epithelial tubes in C. elegans. Plos Genetics. 9: e1003772
Rasmussen JP, Reddy SS, Priess JR. (2012) Laminin is required to orient epithelial polarity in the C. elegans pharynx. Development (Cambridge, England). 139: 2050-60
Dennis S, Sheth U, Feldman JL, et al. (2012) C. elegans germ cells show temperature and age-dependent expression of Cer1, a Gypsy/Ty3-related retrotransposon. Plos Pathogens. 8: e1002591
Feldman JL, Priess JR. (2012) A role for the centrosome and PAR-3 in the hand-off of MTOC function during epithelial polarization. Current Biology : Cb. 22: 575-82
Feldman J, Priess J. (2011) Determining the role of the centrosome in establishing epithelial cell polarity Developmental Biology. 356: 109
Sheth U, Pitt J, Dennis S, et al. (2010) Perinuclear P granules are the principal sites of mRNA export in adult C. elegans germ cells. Development (Cambridge, England). 137: 1305-14
Tenlen JR, Molk JN, London N, et al. (2008) MEX-5 asymmetry in one-cell C. elegans embryos requires PAR-4- and PAR-1-dependent phosphorylation. Development (Cambridge, England). 135: 3665-75
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