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Publications

  • Shahab, J., Tiwari, M., Honemann-Capito, M., Krahn, M. P., and Wodarz, A. (2015). Bazooka/PAR-3 is dispensable for polarity in Drosophila follicular epithelial cells. Biol Open Mar 13;4(4):528-41. doi: 10.1242/bio.201410934. (Pubmed) 
  • Tiwari, M. and Wodarz, A. (2015). Asymmetric cell division and the development of the central nervous system in Drosophila. In “Cell Polarity 2”, Springer International Publishing, Klaus Ebnet (editor), 95-117, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-14466-5_4
  • Linnemannstöns, K., Ripp, C., Honemann-Capito, M., Brechtel-Curth, K., Hedderich, M. and Wodarz, A. (2014). The PTK7-related transmembrane proteins Off-track and Off-track2 are co-receptors for Drosophila Wnt2 required for male fertility. PLoS Genetics 10, e1004443. (Pubmed)
  • Zhang, G., Beati, H., Nilsson, J. and Wodarz, A. (2013). The Drosophila microtubule-associated protein Mars stabilizes mitotic spindles by crosslinking microtubules through its N-terminal region. PLoS ONE 8, e60596. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0060596. (Pubmed)  
  • Hartenstein, V. and Wodarz, A. (2013). Initial neurogenesis in DrosophilaWIREs Dev Biol, doi: 10.1002/wdev.111. (Pubmed). 
  • Gailite, I., Egger-Adam, D. and Wodarz, A. (2012). The phosphoinositide-associated protein Rush hour regulates endosomal trafficking in Drosophila. Mol Biol Cell 23, 433-447. (Pubmed) 
  • Krahn, M. P. and Wodarz, A. (2012). Phosphoinositide lipids and cell polarity: Linking the plasma membrane to the cytocortex. Essays Biochem 53, 15-27. (Pubmed)
  • Giebel, B. and Wodarz, A. (2012). Notch signaling: Numb makes the difference. Curr Biol 22, R133-135. (Pubmed)
  • Halbsgut, N., Linnemannstöns, K., Zimmermann, L. I. and Wodarz, A. (2011). Apical-basal polarity in Drosophila neuroblasts is independent of vesicular trafficking. Mol Biol Cell 22, 4373-4379. (Pubmed) 
  • Morawe, T., Honemann-Capito, M., von Stein, W. and Wodarz, A. (2011). Loss of the extraproteasomal ubiquitin receptor Rings lost impairs ring canal growth in Drosophila oogenesis. J Cell Biol 193, 71-80. (Pubmed)
  • Krahn, M. P., Kim, S., Gailite, I. Halbsgut, N. and Wodarz, A. (2011). Zellpolarität: Die Funktion des PAR/aPKC-Komplexes in Drosophila. BIOspektrum, 02-11, 154-156.
  • Krahn, M. P., Bückers, J., Kastrup, L. and Wodarz, A. (2010). Formation of a Bazooka-Stardust complex is essential for plasma membrane polarity in epithelia. J Cell Biol 190, 751-760. (Pubmed) 
  • Krahn, M. P., Klopfenstein, D., Fischer, N. and Wodarz, A. (2010). Membrane targeting of Bazooka/PAR-3 is mediated by direct binding to phosphoinositide lipids. Curr Biol 20, 636-642. (Pubmed)
  • Kim, S., Gailite, I., Moussian, B., Luschnig, S., Goette, M., Fricke, K., Honemann-Capito, M. Grubmüller, H. and Wodarz, A. (2009). Kinase activity independent functions of atypical protein kinase C in DrosophilaJ Cell Sci 122, 3759-3771. (Pubmed) 
  • Koch, C. M., Honemann-Capito, M. Egger-Adam, D. and Wodarz, A. (2009). Windei, the Drosophila homolog of mAM/MCAF1, is an essential cofactor of the H3K9 methyl transferase dSETDB1/Eggless in germ line development. PLoS Genetics 5, e1000644. (Pubmed) 
  • Krahn, M. P., Egger-Adam, D. and Wodarz, A. (2009). PP2A antagonizes phosphorylation of Bazooka by PAR-1 to control apical-basal polarity in dividing embryonic neuroblasts. Dev Cell 16, 901-908. (Pubmed)
  • Zhang, G., Breuer, M., Förster, A., Egger-Adam, D. and Wodarz, A. (2009). Mars, a Drosophila protein related to vertebrate HURP, is required for the attachment of centrosomes to the mitotic spindle during syncytial nuclear divisions. J Cell Sci 122, 535-545. (Pubmed) 
  • Krahn, M. P. and Wodarz, A. (2009). Notch signaling: Linking Delta endocytosis and cell polarity. Dev Cell 17, 153-154. (Pubmed)
  • Wodarz, A. (2008). Extraction and immunoblotting of proteins from embryos. In „Methods in Molecular Biology“, Volume 420 Drosophila, Humana Press, Christian Dahmann (editor), 335-345. (Pubmed).
  • Wodarz, A. and Näthke, I. S. (2007). Cell polarity in development and cancer. Nat Cell Biol 9, 1016-1024. (Pubmed). 
  • Wodarz, A. (2007). Polar expeditions – Cell polarity and asymmetric cell division in the fruit fly Drosophila. BIF FUTURA 22, 71-75.
  • Schneider, M., Khalil, A., Poulton, J., Castilejo-Lopez, C., Egger, D. Wodarz, A., Deng, W. and Baumgartner, S. (2006). Perlecan and Dystroglycan act at the basal side of the Drosophila follicular epithelium to maintain epithelial organization. Development 133, 3805-3815. (Pubmed). 
  • Wodarz, A. Stewart, D. B., Nelson, W. J. and Nusse, R. (2006). Wingless signaling modulates cadherin-mediated cell adhesion in Drosophila imaginal disc cells. J Cell Sci 119, 2425-2434. (Pubmed). 
  • Wodarz A. and Gonzalez, C. (2006). Connecting cancer to the asymmetric division of stem cells. Cell 124, 1121-1123. (Pubmed). 
  • Giebel, B. and Wodarz, A. (2006). Tumor suppressors: Control of signaling by endocytosis. Curr Biol 16, R91-92. (Pubmed). 
  • von Stein, W., Ramrath, A., Grimm, A., Müller-Borg, M. and Wodarz A. (2005). Direct association of Bazooka/PAR-3 with the lipid phosphatase PTEN reveals a link between the PAR/aPKC complex and phosphoinositide signaling. Development 132, 1675-1686. (Pubmed). 
  • Wodarz, A. (2005). Molecular control of cell polarity and asymmetric cell division in Drosophila neuroblasts. Curr Opin Cell Biol 17, 475-481. (Pubmed) 
  • Yoshida, S., Müller, H. A. J., Wodarz, A. and Ephrussi, A. (2004). PKA-RI spatially restricts Oskar expression for Drosophila embryonic patterning. Development, 131, 1401-1410. (Pubmed) 
  • Wodarz, A. and Huttner, W. B. (2003). Asymmetric cell division during neurogenesis in Drosophila and vertebrates. Mech Dev 120, 1297-1309. (Pubmed) 
  • Johnson, K. and Wodarz, A. (2003). A genetic hierarchy controlling cell polarity. Nat Cell Biol 5, 12-14. (Pubmed) 
  • Penton, A., Wodarz, A. and Nusse, R. (2002). A mutational analysis of dishevelled in Drosophila defines novel domains in the Dishevelled protein as well as novel suppressing alleles of axin. Genetics 161, 747-762. (Pubmed) 
  • Wodarz, A. (2002). Establishing cell polarity in development. Nat Cell Biol 4, E39-E44. (Pubmed) 
  • Wodarz, A. (2001). Cell polarity: No need to reinvent the wheel. Curr Biol 11, R975-R978. (Pubmed)
  • Wodarz, A., Ramrath, A., Grimm, A. and Knust, E. (2000). Drosophila atypical protein kinase C associates with Bazooka and controls polarity of epithelia and neuroblasts. J Cell Biol 150, 1361-1374. (Pubmed)
  • Wodarz, A. (2000). Tumor suppressors: Linking cell polarity and growth control. Curr Biol 10, R624-R626. (Pubmed)
  • Wodarz, A., Ramrath, A., Kuchinke, U. and Knust, E. (1999). Bazooka provides an apical cue for Inscuteable localization in Drosophila neuroblasts. Nature 402, 544-547. (Pubmed)
  • Wodarz, A. and Nusse, R. (1998). Mechanisms of Wnt signaling in Development. Ann Rev Cell Dev Biol 14, 59-88. (Pubmed)
  • Willert, K., Brink, M., Wodarz, A., Varmus, H. and Nusse, R. (1997). Casein kinase 2 associates with and phosphorylates Dishevelled. EMBO J 16, 3089-3096. (Pubmed) 
  • Nusse, R., Samos, C. H., Brink, M., Willert, K., Cadigan, K. M., Wodarz, A., Fish, M. and Rulifson, E. (1997). Cell culture and whole animal approaches to understanding signaling by Wnt proteins in DrosophilaCold Spring Harbor Symp Quant Biol 62, 185-190. (Pubmed) 
  • Grawe, F., Wodarz, A., Lee, B., Knust, E. and Skaer, H. (1996). The Drosophila genes crumbs and stardust are involved in the biogenesis of adherens junctions. Development 122, 951-959. (Pubmed)
  • Wodarz, A., Hinz, U., Engelbert, M. and Knust, E. (1995). Expression of Crumbs confers apical character on plasma membrane domains of ectodermal epithelia of Drosophila. Cell 82, 67-76. (Pubmed)
  • Yanagawa, S., van Leeuwen, F., Wodarz, A., Klingensmith, J. and Nusse, R. (1995). The Dishevelled protein is modified by Wingless signaling in DrosophilaGene Dev 9, 1087-1097. (Pubmed)
  • Knust, E., Tepass, U. and Wodarz, A. (1993). crumbs and stardust, two genes of Drosophila required for the development of epithelial cell polarity. Development (Suppl) 1993, 261-268. (Pubmed)
  • Wodarz, A., Grawe, F. and Knust, E. (1993). Crumbs is involved in the control of apical protein targeting during Drosophila epithelial development. Mech Dev 44, 175-187. (Pubmed)