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Pierre Gönczy

Pierre Gönczy
Professor, Swiss Institute for Experimental Cancer Research, Lausanne

Hyman Lab postdoc from 1998-2000

Hyman Lab publications and collaborations:
Gonczy P. and Hyman, A.A. (1996) Cortical domains and the mechanisms of asymmetric cell division. T.I.C.B 6: 382-387

Gonczy, P., Schnabel, H., Kaletta, T., Amores, A.D., Hyman, A.A. and Schnabel, R. (1999) Dissection of cell division processes in the one cell stage Caenorhabditis elegans embryo by mutational analysis. The Journal of Cell Biology 144: 927-946

Gonczy, P., Pichler, S., Kirkham, M., Hyman, A.A. (1999) Cytoplasmic dynein is required for distinct aspects of MTOC positioning, including centrosome separation, in the one cell stage Caenorhabditis elegans embryo. Cell Biol 147(1): 135-50

Pichler, S., Gonczy, P., Schnabel, H., Pozniakowski, A., Ashford, A., Schnabel, R., Hyman, A.A. (2000). OOC-3, a novel putative transmembrane protein required for establishment of cortical domains and spindle orientation in the P1 blastomere of C.elegans embryos. Development 127: 2063-2073

Verena Jantsch-Plunger, Pierre Gonczy, Alper Romano, Heinke Schnabel, Danielle Hamill, Ralf Schnabel, Anthony A. Hyman, and Michael Glotzer (2000) CYK-4: A Rho Family GTPase Activating Protein (GAP) Required for Central Spindle Formation and Cytokinesis. J. Cell Biol. 149(7): 1391-1404

Gonczy P, Echeverri C, 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.

Grill, S. Gonczy P. Stelzer, E and Hyman A.A. (2001) Polarity controls forces governing asymmetric spindle positioning in the Caenorhabditis elegans embryo. Nature 409(6820): 630-3

Gonczy P, Grill S, Stelzer EH, Kirkham M, Hyman AA (2001) Spindle positioning during the asymmetric first cell division of Caenorhabditis elegans embryos. Novartis Found Symp. 237:164-75

Gonczy P. Bellanger, J-P, Kirkham M, Pozniakowski, A, Baumer K Phillips J.B. and Hyman A.A. (2001) Zyg-8, a gene required for spindle positioning in C.elegans encodes a Doublecortin-related kinase that promotes Microtubule assembly. Developmental Cell, 1: 363-375

Hannak E, Oegema K, Kirkham M, Gonczy P, Habermann B, Hyman AA (2002) The kinetically dominant assembly pathway for centrosomal asters in Caenorhabditis elegans is gamma-tubulin dependent. J Cell Biol. 157(4): 591-602

Sonnichsen B, Koski LB, Walsh A, Marschall P, Neumann B, Brehm M, Alleaume AM, Artelt J, Bettencourt P, Cassin E, Hewitson M, Holz C, Khan M, Lazik S, Martin C, Nitzsche B, Ruer M, Stamford J, Winzi M, Heinkel R, Roder M, Finell J, Hantsch H, Jones SJ, Jones M, Piano F, Gunsalus KC, Oegema K, Gonczy P, Coulson A, Hyman AA, Echeverri CJ. (2005) Full-genome RNAi profiling of early embryogenesis in Caenorhabditis elegans. Nature. 434(7032): 462-9

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