nematode and water bear


Tenlen, J.R., McCaskill, S. and Goldstein, B. (2013). RNA interference can be used to disrupt gene function in tardigrades. Development Genes Evolution 223, 171-181. [Manuscript (PubMed)] Access the recommendation on F1000 Prime

Tenlen, J.R., Molk, J.N., London, N.L., Page, B.D. and Priess, J.R. (2008). MEX-5 asymmetry in 1-cell C. elegans embryos requires PAR-4- and PAR-1-dependent phosphorylation. Development 135, 3665-3675. [PubMed] Access the recommendation on F1000 Prime

Rasmussen, J.P., English, K., Tenlen, J.R. and Priess, J.R. (2008). Notch signaling and morphogenesis of single-cell tubes in the C. elegans digestive tract. Developmental Cell 14, 559-569. [PubMed]

Le, T.N., Blomstedt, C.K., Kuang, J., Tenlen, J., Gaff, D.F., Hamill, J.D. and Neale, A.D. (2007). Desiccation-intolerance specific gene expression in leaf tissue of the resurrection plant Sporobolus stapfianus. Functional Plant Biology 34, 589-600.

Page, B.D., Diede, S.J., Tenlen, J.R., and Ferguson, E.L. (2007). EEL-1, a Hect E3 ubiquitin ligase, controls asymmetry and persistence of the SKN-1 transcription factor in the early C. elegans embryo. Development 134, 2303-2314. [PubMed]

Tenlen, J.R.*, Schisa, J.A.*, Diede, S.J. and Page, B.D. (2006). Reduced dosage of pos-1 suppresses Mex mutants and reveals complex interactions among CCCH zinc-finger proteins during Caenorhabditis elegans embryogenesis. Genetics 174, 1933-1945. *These authors contributed equally to this work. [PubMed]

Park, F.D., Tenlen, J.R. and Priess, J.R. (2004). C. elegans MOM-5/Frizzled functions in MOM-2/Wnt-independent cell polarity and is localized asymmetrically prior to cell division. Current Biology 14, 2252-2258. [PubMed]

Other Writings

The Faculty Perspective - Scientific Reading for Non-Scientists - a post I wrote for the SPU Reads blog (November 2014)

Apply to Grad School (Life Sciences) - an article I wrote for the SPU Biology Department website.