Anthony A. Hyman - Selected publications#

Hyman has an H-factor of 75.

1) Gonczy P, Echeverri G, Oegema K, Coulson A, Jones SJ, Copley RR, Duperon J, Oegema J, Brehm M, Cassin E, Hannak E, Kirkham M, Pichler S, Flohrs K, Goessen A, Leidel S, Alleaume AM, Martin C, Ozlu N, Bork P, Hyman AA. (2000) Functional genomic analysis of cell division in C.elegans using RNAi of genes on chromosome III. Nature 408(6810): 331-6.

2) Bringmann H and Hyman AA (2005) A cytokinesis furrow is positioned by two consecutive signals. Nature 436: 731-734.

3) Brouhard GJ, Stear JH, Noetzel TL, Al-Bassam J, Kinoshita K, Harrison SC, Howard J, Hyman AA (2008). XMAP215 is a processive microtubule polymerase. Cell 132(1): 79-88.

4) Brangwynne, CP; Eckmann, CR; Courson, DS; Julicher F and Hyman, AA, (2009). Germline P Granules Are Liquid Droplets That Localize by Controlled Dissolution/Condensation. Science 324(5935); 1729-1732.

5) Stewart, MP; Helenius, J; Toyoda, Y; Ramanathan, SP; Muller, DJ; Hyman, AA. (2011). Hydrostatic pressure and the actomyosin cortex drive mitotic cell rounding. Nature: 469 (7329): 226-230.

6) Brangwynne, CP; Mitchison, TJ; Hyman, AA (2011). Active liquid-like behavior of nucleoli determines their size and shape in Xenopus laevis oocytes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America: 108(11): 4334-4339.

7) Hyman AA, Brangwynne CP. (2011) Beyond Stereospecificity: Liquids and Mesoscale Organization of Cytoplasm. Dev Cell. 12(1):14.6.

8) Goehring, NW; Hoege, C; Grill, SW; Hyman, AA (2011). PAR proteins diffuse freely across the anterior-posterior boundary in polarized C. elegans embryos. J. Cell Biol.: 193: 583-594.

9) Sarov M, Murray JI, Schanze K, Pozniakovski A, Niu W, Angermann K, Hasse S, Rupprecht M, Vinis E, Tinney M, Preston E, Zinke A, Enst S, Teichgraber T, Janette J, Reis K, Janosch S, Schloissnig S, Ejsmont RK, Slightam C, Xu X, Kim SK, Reinke V, Stewart AF, Snyder M, Waterston RH, Hyman AA. (2012). A genome-scale resource for in vivo tag-based protein function exploration in C. elegans. Cell: 150(4):855-66.

10) Reber SB, Baumgart J, Widlund PO, Pozniakovsky A, Howard J, Hyman AA, Jülicher F. (2013). XMAP215 activity sets spindle length by controlling the total mass of spindle microtubules. Nat Cell Biol: 15(9):1116-22.
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