Publications from the Winckler Laboratory

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Publications from the Winckler Laboratory

Lasiecka ZM, Winckler B. "Mechanisms of polarized membrane trafficking in neurons - Focusing in on endosomes.” Mol Cell Neurosci. 48(4):278-87 (2011).

Winckler B, Choo Yap C. “Endocytosis and endosomes at the crossroads of regulating trafficking of axon outgrowth-modifying receptors.Traffic 12(9):1099-108 (2011).

Lasiecka ZM, Yap CC, Caplan S, Winckler B. “Neuronal early endosomes require EHD1 for L1/NgCAM trafficking.J Neurosci. 30(49):16485-97 (2010).

Dwyer ND, Winckler B. “TGF-beta receptors PAR-ticipate in axon formation. Cell 142(1):21-3 (2010).

Winckler B, Mellman I. “Trafficking guidance receptors.Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol. 2(7):a001826 (2010).

Yap, C.C., Z. M.Lasiecka, S. Caplan,B.Winckler. “Alterations of EHD1/EHD4 protein levels interfere with L1/NgCAM endocytosis in neurons and disrupt axonal targeting.”Journal of Neuroscience 30:6646-6657 (2010).

Lasiecka, Z.M.*, C.C. Yap*, M. Vakulenko,B. Winckler. “Cellular mechanisms for the compartmentalization of the neuronal plasma membrane.” International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology 272:303-389 (2009). * equal contribution

Yap, C.C.and B. Winckler.“Vesicular sorting to axons and dendrites:” In: Larry R. Squire (ed.)Encyclopedia of Neuroscience , Volume 10, pp. 115-120. Oxford: Academic Press (2008).

Yap, C.C., R. Nokes, D. Wisco, E. Anderson, H. Folsch, B. Winckler. “Pathway selection to the axon depends on multiple targeting signals in NgCAM.”Journal of Cell Science 121:1514-1525 (2008).

Yap, C.C., D. Wisco, P. Kujala, Z.M. Lasiecka, J.T. Cannon, M.C. Chang, H. Hirling, J. Klumperman, B. Winckler. “The somatodendritic endosomal regulator NEEP21 facilitates axonal targeting of NgCAM.” Journal of Cell Biology 180:827-842 (2008).

Winckler, B. and D.A.Schafer. “Cordon-Bleu: A New Taste in Actin Nucleation”.Cell.131:14-16 (2007).

Thompson, A., D. Wisco, E.D. Anderson, B. Wincklerand D. Sheff. “Recycling Endosomes of Polarized Epithelial Cells Actively Sort Apical from Basolateral Cargos into Separate Subdomains.” Molecular Biology of the Cell 18:2687-97 (2007).

Winckler, B.“BDNF instructs the kinase LKB1 to grow an axon.” Cell 129:459-60. (2007).

Boiko, T., M. Vakulenko, H. Ewers, C. Norden, C.C. Yap, B.Winckler. “Ankyrin-dependent and –independent mechanisms orchestrate axonal compartmentalization of L1 family members neurofascin and L1/NgCAM." Journal of Neuroscience 27:590-603 (2007).

Boiko, T. and B. Winckler.  “Myelin under construction – teamwork required.”  J. Cell Biology 172:799-801 (2006).

Johnson, E.M., Y. Kinoshita, D. B. Weinreb, M.J. Wortman, R. Simon, K. Khalili, B. Winckler, and J. Gordon. “Role of Pura in targeting mRNA to sites of translation in hippocampal neuronal dendrites.” J Neurosci Res. 83:929 (2006).

Chang M.C., D. Wisco, H. Ewers, C. Norden, and B. Winckler.  “Inhibition of sphingolipid synthesis affects kinetics but not fidelity of L1/NgCAM transport along direct but not transcytotic pathways.” Mol. Cell Neuroscience 13:525-538 (2006)

Anderson, E.D., S. Maday, J. Sfakianos, M. Hull, B. Winckler, D. Sheff, H. Fölsch, and I. Mellman. "Transcytosis of L1/NgCAM in epithelial cells reflects differential adaptor recognition on the endocytic and secretory pathways." J. Cell Biology 170:595 (2005).

Winckler, B. “Pathways for axonal targeting of membrane proteins." Biology of the Cell 96:669 (2004).

Wisco, D., E.D. Anderson, M.C. Chang, C. Norden, H. Fölsch, T. Boiko, and B. Winckler. “Uncovering multiple axonal targeting pathways in hippocampal neurons”.  J. Cell Biology 162:1317-28 (2003).

Boiko, T. and B. Winckler.  “Picket and other Fences in Biological Membranes." Dev. Cell 5:191 (2003).

Winckler, B. and I. Mellman.  “Neuronal polarity: controlling the sorting and diffusion of membrane components”. Neuron 23:637-640 (1999).

Winckler, B., P. Forscher and I. Mellman.  "Maintaining differential membrane protein distribution in polarized neurons: a diffusion barrier at the axonal initial segment." Nature 397:698-701 (1999).

Winckler, B., and M.-m. Poo.  "No diffusion barrier at axon hillock." 379:213 (1996).