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Reiter, Jeremy
Email: jreiter@diabetes.ucsf.edu
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Address: UCSF Diabetes Center 513 Parnassus Ave. HSW 1201G, Box 0525 San Francisco, CA 94143 USA
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Sigg, M.A., Menchen, T., Lee, C., Johnson, J., Jungnickel, M.K., Choksi, S.P., Garcia, G., Busengdal, H., Dougherty, G.W., Pennekamp, P., Werner, C., Rentzsch, F., Florman, H.M., Krogan, N., Wallingford, J.B., Omran, H., Reiter, J.F. (2017) Evolutionary Proteomics Uncovers Ancient Associations of Cilia with Signaling Pathways. Developmental Cell. 43:744-762.e11
Hu, W.F., Pomp, O., Ben-Omran, T., Kodani, A., Henke, K., Mochida, G.H., Yu, T.W., Woodworth, M.B., Bonnard, C., Raj, G.S., Tan, T.T., Hamamy, H., Masri, A., Shboul, M., Al Saffar, M., Partlow, J.N., Al-Dosari, M., Alazami, A., Alowain, M., Alkuraya, F.S., Reiter, J.F., Harris, M.P., Reversade, B., Walsh, C.A. (2014) Katanin p80 Regulates Human Cortical Development by Limiting Centriole and Cilia Number. Neuron. 84:1240-1257
Aanstad, P., Santos, N., Corbit, K.C., Scherz, P.J., Trinh, L.A., Salvenmoser, W., Huisken, J., Reiter, J.F., and Stainier, D.Y. (2009) The Extracellular Domain of Smoothened Regulates Ciliary Localization and Is Required for High-Level Hh Signaling. Current biology : CB. 19(12):1034-1039
Corbit, K.C., Aanstad, P., Singla, V., Norman, A.R., Stainier, D.Y., and Reiter, J.F. (2005) Vertebrate Smoothened functions at the primary cilium. Nature. 437(7061):1018-1021
Kikuchi, Y., Verkade, H., Reiter, J.F., Kim, C.H., Chitnis, A.B., Kuroiwa, A., and Stainier, D.Y. (2004) Notch signaling can regulate endoderm formation in zebrafish. Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 229(4):756-762
Reiter, J.F., Verkade, H., and Stainier, D.Y.R. (2001) Bmp2b and Oep promote early myocardial differentiation through their regulation of gata5. Developmental Biology. 234(2):330-338
Reiter, J.F., Kikuchi, Y., and Stainier, D.Y. (2001) Multiple roles for Gata5 in zebrafish endoderm formation. Development (Cambridge, England). 128(1):125-135
Reiter, J.F., Alexander, J., Rodaway, A., Yelon, D., Patient, R., Holder, N., and Stainier, D.Y. (1999) Gata5 is required for the development of the heart and endoderm in zebrafish. Genes & Development. 13(22):2983-2995
Reiter, J.F. (1999) Early events in the development of the vertebrate myocardium and endoderm. Ph.D. Thesis.

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