Sam Kunes, PhD

Molecular and Cellular Biology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Sam Kunes"
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David Botstein grad student MIT (Cell Biology Tree)
Maurice S. Fox grad student MIT (Chemistry Tree)
Hermann Steller post-doc Harvard


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Yuechun Song grad student 2001 Harvard
Emy L. Chen grad student 2005 Harvard
Anna Szybowski grad student 2005 Harvard
Benjamin L. de Bivort grad student 2007 Harvard
Deborah L. McEwan grad student 2010 Harvard
Rizwana Islam grad student 2011 Harvard
Joseph R. Daniele grad student 2012 Harvard
Silas Maniatis grad student 2005-2015 Harvard (Chemistry Tree)
Rehan M. Baqri post-doc
Raniero L. Peru post-doc Harvard
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Daniele JR, Baqri RM, Kunes S. (2017) Analysis of axonal trafficking via a novel live imaging technique reveals distinct Hedgehog transport kinetics. Biology Open
Daniele JR, Chu T, Kunes S. (2017) A novel proteolytic event controls Hedgehog intracellular sorting and distribution to receptive fields. Biology Open
Baqri RM, Pietron AV, Gokhale RH, et al. (2014) Mitochondrial chaperone TRAP1 activates the mitochondrial UPR and extends healthspan in Drosophila. Mechanisms of Ageing and Development. 141: 35-45
Song E, de Bivort B, Dan C, et al. (2012) Determinants of the Drosophila odorant receptor pattern. Developmental Cell. 22: 363-76
Tokhunts R, Singh S, Chu T, et al. (2010) The full-length unprocessed hedgehog protein is an active signaling molecule. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 285: 2562-8
de Bivort BL, Perlstein EO, Kunes S, et al. (2009) Amino acid metabolic origin as an evolutionary influence on protein sequence in yeast. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 68: 490-7
Perlstein EO, de Bivort BL, Kunes S, et al. (2007) Evolutionarily conserved optimization of amino acid biosynthesis. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 65: 186-96
Chu T, Chiu M, Zhang E, et al. (2006) A C-terminal motif targets Hedgehog to axons, coordinating assembly of the Drosophila eye and brain. Developmental Cell. 10: 635-46
Yang H, Kunes S. (2004) Nonvesicular release of acetylcholine is required for axon targeting in the Drosophila visual system. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 101: 15213-8
Dearborn R, Kunes S. (2004) An axon scaffold induced by retinal axons directs glia to destinations in the Drosophila optic lobe. Development (Cambridge, England). 131: 2291-303
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