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Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine Research Publications & Highlights

At NYU Langone’s Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, our faculty scientists lead interdisciplinary studies to discern the complex molecular systems that govern health and disease.

Their research findings are often published in high-impact publications and have advanced a range of biological subfields, including genome integrity, metabolic signaling, and cellular dynamics.

Treisman Lab Publication

Relative Levels of an Endosomal Protein Control Synapse Formation

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Armache Lab Publication

The Structure of a Virus-Encoded Nucleosome

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Cadwell Lab Publication

Enteric Viruses Evoke Broad Host Immune Responses

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Nance Lab Publication

A Polarity Pathway for Exocyst-Dependent Intracellular Tube Extension

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Selected Publications

Periphery signals generated by Piezo-mediated stomach stretch and Neuromedin-mediated glucose load regulate the Drosophila brain nutrient sensor

Oh, Yangkyun; Lai, Jason Sih-Yu; Min, Soohong; Huang, Huai-Wei; Liberles, Stephen D; Ryoo, Hyung Don; Suh, Greg S B

Neuron. 2021 Jun 16; 109:1979-1995.e6

Enteric viruses evoke broad host immune responses resembling those elicited by the bacterial microbiome

Dallari, Simone; Heaney, Thomas; Rosas-Villegas, Adriana; Neil, Jessica A; Wong, Serre-Yu; Brown, Judy J; Urbanek, Kelly; Herrmann, Christin; Depledge, Daniel P; Dermody, Terence S; Cadwell, Ken

Cell host & microbe. 2021 Jun 09; 29:1014-1029.e8

Alternative splicing is a developmental switch for hTERT expression

Penev, Alex; Bazley, Andrew; Shen, Michael; Boeke, Jef D; Savage, Sharon A; Sfeir, Agnel

Molecular cell. 2021 Jun 03; 81:2349-2360.e6

Genetic variation of staphylococcal LukAB toxin determines receptor tropism

Perelman, Sofya S; James, David B A; Boguslawski, Kristina M; Nelson, Chase W; Ilmain, Juliana K; Zwack, Erin E; Prescott, Rachel A; Mohamed, Adil; Tam, Kayan; Chan, Rita; Narechania, Apurva; Pawline, Miranda B; Vozhilla, Nikollaq; Moustafa, Ahmed M; Kim, Sang Y; Dittmann, Meike; Ekiert, Damian C; Bhabha, Gira; Shopsin, Bo; Planet, Paul J; Koralov, Sergei B; Torres, Victor J

Nature microbiology. 2021 Jun ; 6:731-745

A transitory signaling center controls timing of primordial germ cell differentiation

Banisch, Torsten U; Slaidina, Maija; Gupta, Selena; Ho, Megan; Gilboa, Lilach; Lehmann, Ruth

Developmental cell. 2021 May 28;

Disease-specific interactome alterations via epichaperomics: the case for Alzheimer's disease

Ginsberg, Stephen D; Neubert, Thomas A; Sharma, Sahil; Digwal, Chander S; Yan, Pengrong; Timbus, Calin; Wang, Tai; Chiosis, Gabriela

FEBS journal. 2021 May 24;

R7 photoreceptor axon targeting depends on the relative levels of lost and found expression in R7 and its synaptic partners

Douthit, Jessica; Hairston, Ariel; Lee, Gina; Morrison, Carolyn Arlene; Holguera, Isabel; Treisman, Jessica E

eLife. 2021 May 18; 10:

Targeting allostery in the Dynein motor domain with small molecule inhibitors

Santarossa, Cristina C; Mickolajczyk, Keith J; Steinman, Jonathan B; Urnavicius, Linas; Chen, Nan; Hirata, Yasuhiro; Fukase, Yoshiyuki; Coudray, Nicolas; Ekiert, Damian C; Bhabha, Gira; Kapoor, Tarun M

Cell chemical biology. 2021 May 17;