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Before 2010

  • Kemp, B.J., Church, D.L., Hatzold, J., Conradt, B., and Lambie, E.J. (2009). gem-1 encodes an SLC16 monocarboxylate transporter-related protein that functions in parallel to the gon-2 TRPM channel during gonad development in  Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics 181:581-591.

  • Kemp, B.J., Hatzold, J., Sternick, L.A., Cornman-Homonoff, J., Whitaker, J.M., Tieu, P.J., and Lambie, E.J. (2007). In vivo construction of recombinant molecules within the C. elegans germ line using short regions of terminal homology. Nucleic Acids Research 35(19):e133.

  • Lee, M.H., Ohmachi, M., Arur, S., Nayak, S., Francis, R., Church, D.L., Lambie, E., and Schedl, T. (2007). Multiple functions and dynamic activation of MPK-1 extracellular signal-regulated kinase signaling in Caenorhabditis elegans germline development. Genetics 177: 2039-2062.

  • Chen, C.C., Schweinsberg, P.J., Vashist, S., Maerieniss, D.P., Lambie, E.J., and Grant B.D. (2006). RAB-10 is required for endocyic recycling in the Caenorhabditis elegans intestine. Mol. Biol. Cell. 17:1286-1297.

  • Teramoto, T., Lambie, E.J., and Iwasaki, K. (2005). Differential regulation of TRPM channels governs electrolyte homeostasis in the C. elegans intestine. Cell Metab. May;1:343-54.

  • Church, D.L. and Lambie, E.J. (2003). The promotion of gonadal cell divisions by the C. elegans TRPM cation channel GON-2 is antagonized by GEM-4 copine. Genetics 165: 563-574.

  • Ohmachi, M., Rocheleau, C.E., Church, D.L., Lambie, E.J., Schedl, T. and Sundaram, M.V. (2002). C. elegans ksr-1 and ksr-2 have both unique and redundant functions and are required for MPK-1 ERK phosphorylation.  Current Biology 12: 427-433.

  • Hsu, V., Zobel, C.L., Lambie, E.J., Schedl, T., and Kornfeld, K. (2002). Caenorhabditis elegans lin-45 raf is essential for larval viability, fertility and the induction of vulval cell fates.  Genetics 160: 481-492.

  • West, R.J., Sun, A.Y., Church, D.L., and Lambie, E.J. (2001). The C. elegans gon-2 gene encodes a putative TRP cation channel protein required for mitotic cell cycle progression.  Gene 266: 103-110.

  • Beitel, G.J., Lambie, E.J., and Horvitz, H.R. (2000). The C. elegans gene lin-9, which acts in an Rb-related pathway, is required for gonadal sheath cell development and encodes a novel protein.  Gene 254:253-263.

  • Gumienny, T.L., Lambie, E.J., Hartwieg, E., Horvitz, H.R., and Hengartner, M.O. (1999). Genetic control of programmed cell death in the Caenorhabditis elegans hermaphrodite germline.  Development 126: 1011-1022.

  • Sun, A.Y. and Lambie, E.J. (1997). gon-2, a gene required for gonadogenesis in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics 147: 1077-1089.

  • Kadyk, L.C., Lambie, E.J., and Kimble, J. (1997). glp-3 is required for mitosis and meiosis in the Caenorhabditis elegans germline. Genetics 145: 111-121.

  • Church, D.L., Guan, K. L., and Lambie, E. J. (1995). Three genes of the MAP kinase cascade, mek 2, mpk 1/sur 1 and let 60 ras, are required for meiotic cell cycle progression in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Development 121: 2525-2535.

  • Mango, S., Lambie, E.J., and Kimble, J. (1994). The pha-4 gene unites two genetic pathways to generate the pharyngeal primordium of C. elegans.  Development 120: 3019-3031.top

  • Henderson, S., Gao, D., Lambie, E.J., and Kimble, J. (1994). lag-2 may encode a signaling ligand for the GLP-1 receptor in C. elegans development.  Development 120: 2913-2924.

  • Xie, K., Lambie, E.J., and Snyder, M. (1993). Nuclear dot antigens may specify transcriptional domains in the nucleus.  Mol Cell Biol. 13(10): 6170-9.

  • Yang, C.H., Lambie, E.J., and Snyder, M. (1992).  NuMA: An unusually long coiled-coil related protein in the mammalian nucleus.  J. Cell Biol. 116: 1303-1317.

  • Lambie, E.J. and Kimble, J. (1991). Two homologous regulatory genes, lin-12 and glp-1, have overlapping functions. Development 112: 231-240.

  • Rockmill, B., Lambie, E.J., and Roeder, G.S. (1991). Spore enrichment. Meth. Enzymol. 194: 146-149.

  • Yang, C.H., Lambie, E.J., Hardin, J., Craft, J., and Snyder, M. (1989). Higher order structure is present in the yeast nucleus: Autoantibody probes demonstrate that the nucleolus lies opposite the spindle pole body. Chromosoma (Berl) 98: 123-128.

  • Lambie, E.J. and Roeder, G.S. (1988). A yeast centromere acts in cis to inhibit meiotic gene conversion of adjacent sequences. Cell 52: 863-873.

  • Lambie, E.J. and Roeder, G.S. (1986). Repression of meiotic crossing over by a centromere (CEN3) in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genetics 114: 769-789.

  • Roeder, G.S., Smith, M., and Lambie, E.J. (1984). Movement of genetically marked Saccharomyces cerevisiae transposons by gene conversion. Mol. Cell. Biol. 4: 703-711.


    Reviews and Meeting Symposia:

  • Lambie, E.J. (2002). Cell proliferation and growth in C. elegans. BioEssays 24: 38-53. Current Biology 7: R160-R163.

  • Lambie, E.J. (1996). Cell-cell communication: Receptor function at the junction.  Current Biology 6: 1089-1091.

  • Lambie, E.J. (1994). Variations on a vulval theme. 1994. Current Biology 4: 1128-1130

  • Kimble, J., Crittenden, S., Lambie, E.J., Kodoyianni, V., Mango, S., and Troemel, E. (1992). Regulation of induction by GLP1, a localized cell surface receptor in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology. Vol. LVII. 401-407.

  • Lambie, E.J. and Kimble, J. (1991) c. lin-12 and glp-1: Homologous genes with overlapping functions in Caenorhabditis elegans.  49th Developmental Biology Symposium. Wylie-Liss. pp 283-296.

  • Lambie, E.J. and Kimble, J. (1991) b. Genetic control of cell interactions in nematode development.  Ann. Rev. Genetics 25: 411-436.