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Elizabeth Vallen: Publications

Elizabeth Vallen | Courses | Publications | Research | Student Abstracts

(* shows Swarthmore College undergraduate contributors) 

Silver, B.J., Bokar, J.A., Virgin, J.B., Vallen, E.A., Milsted, A., and J.H. Nilson (1987). Cyclic AMP regulation of the human glycoprotein hormone alpha subunit gene is mediated by an 18-basepair element. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), 84, 2198-2202.
Vallen, E.A., Eldridge, K.A., and L.A.Culp (1988). Heparan sulfate proteoglycans in the substratum adhesion sites of human neuroblastoma cells: modulation of affinity binding to fibronectin. Journal of Cellular Physiology, 135, 200-212.
Culp, L.A., Mugnai, G., Lewandowska, K., Vallen, E.A., Kosir, M.A., and K.L. Houmiel (1989). Heparan sulfate proteoglycans of Ras -transformed 3T3 or neuroblastoma cells. In "Heparin and Related Polysaccharides."  F.A. Ofosu, I. Danishefsky, and J. Hirsh, eds., Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.
Rose, M.D. and E.A. Vallen (1991). Acid loops fail the acid test. Cell, 65, 919-920.
Vallen, E.A., Scherson, T.Y., Roberts, T., vanZee, K., and M.D. Rose (1992). Asymmetric mitotic segregation of the yeast spindle pole body. Cell, 69, 505-515.
Vallen, E.A., Hiller, M.A., Scherson, T.Y., and M.D. Rose (1992). Separate domains of KAR1  mediate distinct functions in mitosis and nuclear fusion. Journal of Cell Biology, 117, 1277-1287.
Vallen, E.A. (1992). Genetic analysis of the yeast microtubule organizing center, or, how a used kar breaks down. Ph.D. Dissertation, Princeton University.
Vallen, E.A., Ho, W., Winey, M., and M.D. Rose. (1994). Genetic interactions between CDC31 and KAR1, two genes required for duplication of the microtubule organizing center in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  Genetics, 137, 407-422.
Vallen, E.A. and F.R. Cross.  (1995).  Mutations in RAD27 define a potential link between G1 cyclins and DNA replication. Molecular and Cellular Biology, 15, 4291-4302.
Vallen, E.A. and F. Cross (1999).  Interaction between the MEC1-dependent DNA synthesis checkpoint and G1 cyclin function in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  Genetics, 151:459-471.
Vallen, E.A., Caviston, J., and E.Bi.  2000.  Roles of Hof1p, Bni1p, Bnr1p and Myo1p in cytokinesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  Mol. Biol. Cell 11: 593-611.
Jacobson, M.J. *, Muñoz, C.X. *, Knox, K.S. *, Williams, B.E. *, Lu, L.L. *, Cross, F.R., and E.A. Vallen. (2001).  Mutations in SID2, a novel gene in S. cerevisiae, cause synthetic lethality with sic1 deletion and may cause a defect during S phase. Genetics, 159:17-33.
Vallen, E.A. (2002). Analysis of Protein Localization and Secretory Pathway Function Using the Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  Cell Biol Educ., 1:173-192. 

Devault, A., Vallen, E.A., Yuan, T. *, Green, S. *, Bensimon, A. and E. Schwob. (2002).  Identification of Tah11/Sid2 as the ortholog of the replication licensing factor Cdt1 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  Current Biology, 12:689-94.
Luo, J., Vallen, E.A., Dravis, C., Tcheperegine, S.E., Drees, B., and E. Bi (2004).  Identification and functional analysis of the essential and regulatory light chains of the only type II myosin Myo1p in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  J Cell Biol. 165:843-55
Nishihama, R., Schreiter, J.H., Onishi, M., Vallen, E.A., Hanna, J., Moravcevic, K., Lippincott, M.F. *, Han, H. *, Lemmon, M.A., Pringle, J.R., and E. Bi.  (2009). Role of Inn1 and its interactions with Hof1 and Cyk3 in promoting cleavage furrow and septum formation in S. cerevisiae. J Cell Biol. 185:995-1012. (Note: the first four authors contributed equally to this paper).
Kim, S. * and E.A. Vallen (February 27, 2010). Cover image, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B. Biological Sciences. 
Fang, X., Luo, J., Nishihama, R., Wloka, C., Dravis, C., Travaglia, M., Iwase, M., Vallen, E.A. and E. Bi.  (2010). Biphasic Targeting and Cleavage Furrow Ingression Directed by the Tail of a Myosin-II.  J. Cell Biol. 191: 1333-1350