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1.         Waaijers, S., Munoz, J., Berends, C., Ramalho, J.J., Goerdayal, S.S., Low, T.Y., Zoumaro-Djayoon, A.D., Hoffmann, M., Koorman, T., Tas, R.P., et al. (2016). A tissue-specific protein purification approach in Caenorhabditis elegans identifies novel interaction partners of DLG-1/Discs large. BMC Biol 14, 66.

2.         Jahnel, O., Hoffmann, B., Merkel, R., Bossinger, O., and Leube, R.E. (2016). Mechanical probing of the intermediate filament-rich Caenorhabditis elegans intestine. In Intermediate Filament Proteins, Volume 568, M.B. Omary and R.K.H. Liem, eds. (San Diego: Elsevier Academic Press Inc), pp. 681-706.

3.         Geisler, F., Gerhardus, H., Carberry, K., Davis, W., Jorgensen, E., Richardson, C., Bossinger, O., and Leube, R.E. (2016). A novel function for the MAP kinase SMA-5 in intestinal tube stability. Mol. Biol. Cell in press.

4.         Bossinger, O., Wiesenfahrt, T., and Hoffmann, M. (2015). Establishment and maintenance of cell polarity in the C. elegans intestine. In Cell Polarity 2 Role in Development and Disease, K. Ebnet, ed. (Heidelberg: Springer International Publishing AG Switzerland), pp. 33-65.

5.         Honnen, S., Bossinger, O., and Hoffmann, M. (2014). Planar cell polarity proteins vang-1 and dsh-2 contribute to jnk-1 activation in C. elegans embryogenesis. Asian Journal of Science and Technology 5, 665-668.

6.         van den Ecker, D., van den Brand, M.A., Ariaans, G., Hoffmann, M., Bossinger, O., Mayatepek, E., Nijtmans, L.G., and Distelmaier, F. (2012). Identification and functional analysis of mitochondrial complex I assembly factor homologues in C. elegans. Mitochondrion 12, 399-405.

7.         Honnen, S.J., Büchter, C., Schroder, V., Hoffmann, M., Kohara, Y., Kampkotter, A., and Bossinger, O. (2012). C. elegans VANG-1 modulates life span via insulin/IGF-1-like signaling. PLoS One 7, 10.

8.         Hoffmann, M., Honnen, S., Mayatepek, E., Watjen, W., Koopman, W.J.H., Bossinger, O., and Distelmaier, F. (2012). MICS-1 interacts with mitochondrial ATAD-3 and modulates lifespan in C. elegans. Exp. Gerontol. 47, 270-275.

9.         Carberry, K., Wiesenfahrt, T., Geisler, F., Stöcker, S., Gerhardus, H., Ueberbach, D., Davis, W., Jorgensen, E., Leube, R.E., and Bossinger, O. (2012). The novel intestinal filament organizer IFO-1 contributes to epithelial integrity in concert with ERM-1 and DLG-1. Development 139, 1851-1862.

10.       Bossinger, O., and Hoffmann, M. (2012). Development and cell polarity of the C. elegans intestine. In Current Frontiers and Perspectives in Cell Biology, S. Najman, ed. (Rijeka, Croatia: InTech).

11.       Bossinger, O., and Cowan, C.R. (2012). Methods in Cell Biology: Analysis of Cell Polarity in C. elegans Embryos. In Caenorhabditis Elegans: Cell Biology and Physiology, Second Edition, Volume 107, J.H. Rothman and A. Singson, eds. (San Diego: Elsevier Academic Press Inc), pp. 207-238.

12.       van den Ecker, D., van den Brand, M.A., Bossinger, O., Mayatepek, E., Nijtmans, L.G., and Distelmaier, F. (2010). Blue native electrophoresis to study mitochondrial complex I in C. elegans. Anal. Biochem. 407, 287-289.

13.       Hoffmann, M., Segbert, C., Helbig, G., and Bossinger, O. (2010). Intestinal tube formation in Caenorhabditis elegans requires vang-1 and egl-15 signaling. Dev. Biol. 339, 268-279.

14.       Pluskota, A., Horzowski, E., Bossinger, O., and von Mikecz, A. (2009). in Caenorhabditis elegans nanoparticle-bio-interactions become transparent: silica-nanoparticles induce reproductive senescence. PLoS One 4, 9.

15.       Pilipiuk, J., Lefebvre, C., Wiesenfahrt, T., Legouis, R., and Bossinger, O. (2009). Increased IP(3)/Ca(2+) signaling compensates depletion of LET-413/DLG-1 in C. elegans epithelial junction assembly. Dev. Biol. 327, 34-47.

16.       McGhee, J.D., Fukushige, T., Krause, M.W., Minnema, S.E., Goszczynski, B., Gaudet, J., Kohara, Y., Bossinger, O., Zhao, Y., Khattra, J., et al. (2009). ELT-2 is the predominant transcription factor controlling differentiation and function of the C. elegans intestine, from embryo to adult. Dev. Biol. 327, 551-565.

17.       Hoffmann, M., Bellance, N., Rossignol, R., Koopman, W.J.H., Willems, P., Mayatepek, E., Bossinger, O., and Distelmaier, F. (2009). C. elegans ATAD-3 Is essential for mitochondrial activity and development. PLoS One 4, 8.

18.       Carberry, K., Wiesenfahrt, T., Windoffer, R., Bossinger, O., and Leube, R.E. (2009). Intermediate filaments in Caenorhabditis elegans. Cell Motil. Cytoskeleton 66, 852-864.

19.       Hüsken, K., Wiesenfahrt, T., Uberbach, D., Davis, M.W., Jorgensen, E.M., Windoffer, R., Bossinger, O., and Leube, R.E. (2008). Identification of genes determining intestinal intermediate filament organization in Caenorhabditis elegans. Eur. J. Cell Biol. 87S1, 21-21.

20.       Hüsken, K., Wiesenfahrt, T., Abraham, C., Windoffer, R., Bossinger, O., and Leube, R.E. (2008). Maintenance of the intestinal tube in Caenorhabditis elegans: the role of the intermediate filament protein IFC-2. Differentiation 76, 881-896.

21.       Hüsken, K., Wiesenfahrt, T., Windoffer, R., Bossinger, O., and Leube, R.E. (2007). The intermediate filament IFC-2 is essential for maintaining the shape of the intestinal tube in Caenorhabditis elegans. Eur. J. Cell Biol. 86, 18-18.

22.       van Fürden, D., and Bossinger, O. (2005). The role of ERM-1 (ezrin-radixin-moesin) and LAD-1 (LICAM) during junction formation and cell-cell adhesion in the C. elegans intestine. Eur. J. Cell Biol. 84, 82-83.

23.       van Fürden, D., Johnson, K., Segbert, C., and Bossinger, O. (2004). The C. elegans ezrin-radixin-moesin protein ERM-1 is necessary for apical junction remodelling and tubulogenesis in the intestine. Dev. Biol. 272, 262-276.

24.       Segbert, C., Johnson, K., Theres, C., van Fürden, D., and Bossinger, O. (2004). Molecular and functional analysis of apical junction formation in the gut epithelium of Caenorhabditis elegans. Dev. Biol. 266, 17-26.

25.       Kawasaki, L., Amiri, A., Fan, Y., Meyer, N., Dunkelbarger, S., Motohashi, T., Karashima, T., Bossinger, O., and Strome, S. (2004). The PGL family proteins associate with germ granules and function redundantly in Caenorhabditis elegans germline development. Genetics 167, 645-661.

26.       Bossinger, O., Fukushige, T., Claeys, M., Borgonie, G., and McGhee, J.D. (2004). The apical disposition of the Caenorhabditis elegans intestinal terminal web is maintained by LET-413. Dev. Biol. 268, 448-456.

27.       Bossinger, O., and Bachmann, A. (2004). Ciliogenesis: Polarity proteins on the move. Curr. Biol. 14, R844-R846.

28.       van Fürden, D., Theres, C., and Bossinger, O. (2003). ERM-1, a novel ezrin-radixin-moesin protein, is essential for apical junction positioning in C. elegans. Eur. J. Cell Biol. 82, 86-87.

29.       Segbert, C., Barkus, R., Saxton, W., Strome, S., and Bossinger, O. (2003). KLP-18, a novel kinesin-like protein, is essential for acentrosomal meiotic spindle formation in C.elegans. Eur. J. Cell Biol. 82, 73-74.

30.       Segbert, C., Barkus, R., Powers, J., Strome, S., Saxton, W.M., and Bossinger, O. (2003). KLP-18, a Klp2 kinesin, is required for assembly of acentrosomal meiotic spindles in Caenorhabditis elegans. Mol. Biol. Cell 14, 4458-4469.

31.       Müller, H.A.J., and Bossinger, O. (2003). Molecular networks controlling epithelial cell polarity in development. Mech. Dev. 120, 1231-1256.

32.       Hoffmann, M., Segbert, C., and Bossinger, O. (2003). Identification of an AAA plus protein as an interacting partner of C. elegans DLG-1. Eur. J. Cell Biol.82, 82-82.

33.       Müller, H.A., and Bossinger, O. (2002). Mechanisms of establishing cell polarity. Comments on Theoretical Biology 7, 53-76.

34.       Knust, E., and Bossinger, O. (2002). Composition and formation of intercellular junctions in epithelial cells. Science 298, 1955-1959.

35.       Bossinger, O., Klebes, A., Segbert, C., Theres, C., and Knust, E. (2001). Zonula adherens formation in Caenorhabditis elegans requires dlg-1, the homologue of the Drosophila gene discs large. Dev. Biol. 230, 29-42.

36.       Powers, J., Bossinger, O., Rose, D., Strome, S., and Saxton, W. (1998). A nematode kinesin required for cleavage furrow advancement. Curr. Biol. 8, 1133-1136.

37.       Powers, J., Bossinger, O., Rose, D., Strome, S., and Saxton, W. (1998). A C. elegans kinesin required during the final stages of cytokinesis. Mol. Biol. Cell 9, 31A-31A.

38.       Wittmann, C., Bossinger, O., Goldstein, B., Fleischmann, M., Kohler, R., Brunschwig, K., Tobler, H., and Müller, F. (1997). The expression of the C. elegans labial-like Hox gene ceh-13 during early embryogenesis relies on cell fate and on anteroposterior cell polarity. Development 124, 4193-4200.

39.       Schierenberg, E., Wiegner, O., Bossinger, O., Skiba, F., and Kutzowitz, M. (1997). Pattern formation and cell specification in nematode embryos: A theme with considerable variations. Zool.-Anal. Complex Syst. 100, 320-327.

40.       Wiegner, O., Bossinger, O., and Schierenberg, E. (1996). Large communication channels in C. elegans embryos. Worm Breeder's Gazette 14, 34.

41.       Bossinger, O., Wiegner, O., and Schierenberg, E. (1996). Embryonic gut differentiation in nematodes: Endocytosis of macromolecules and its experimental inhibition. Rouxs Arch. Dev. Biol. 205, 494-497.

42.       Bossinger, O., and Strome, S. (1996). Gut differentiation in C. elegans. Worm Breeder's Gazette 14, 35.

43.       Bossinger, O., and Schierenberg, E. (1996). The use of fluorescent marker dyes for studying intercellular communication in nematode embryos. Int. J. Dev. Biol. 40, 431-439.

44.       Bossinger, O., and Schierenberg, E. (1996). Early embryonic induction in C. elegans can be inhibited with polysulfated hydrocarbon dyes. Dev. Biol. 176, 17-21.

45.       Bossinger, O., and Schierenberg, E. (1996). Cell-cell communication in nematode embryos: Differences between Cephalobus spec and Caenorhabditis elegans. Dev. Genes Evol. 206, 25-34.

46.       Bossinger, O., and Schierenberg, E. (1992). Transfer and tissue-specific accumulation of cytoplasmic components in embryos of Caenorhabditis elegans and Rhabditis dolichura - in vivo analysis with a low-cost signal enhancement device. Development 114, 317-330.

47.       Bossinger, O., and Schierenberg, E. (1992). Cell-cell communication in the embryo of Caenorhabditis elegans. Dev. Biol. 151, 401-409.

48.       Bossinger, O., and Schierenberg, E. (1990). Intercellular transfer of cytoplasmic components into the differentiating gut primordium. Worm Breeder’s Gazette11, 113.

49.       Bossinger, O., and Schierenberg, E. (1990). The pattern of dye-coupling in embryos of free-living nematodes. Worm Breeder's Gazette 11, 114.

50.       Schierenberg, E., Bossinger, O., Junkersdorf, B., and Schlicht, P. (1989). Cell lineages and cellular development after manipulation of the Caenorhabditis elegans embryo. Cell Differentiation and Development 27, 105.

51.       Bossinger, O., and Schierenberg, E. (1988). Microinjection of Lucifer Yellow into early blastomeres of C. elegans. Worm Breeder's Gazette 10, 159.