M.W. Klymkowsky

Those wacky 90s:
During which we learn to become Wntish, find my SOX, and I publish a paper with a Nobel Laureate, and stay married and watch wonderful children grow!

52. Klymkowsky, M.W.*, B.O. Williams*, G.D. Barish, H.E. Varmus & Y.E. Vourgourakis. 1999.Analysis of membrane-anchored plakoglobins reveals multiple mechanisms of action in Wnt signaling. Mol. Biol Cell.10:3151-3169. (*co-first authors)

51. Zorn, A.M., G. Barish, B.O. Williams., P. Lavender, M. W. Klymkowsky* & H E. Varmus*  1999. Regulation of Wnt signaling by Sox proteins: XSox17 alpha/beta and XSox3 physically interact with beta-catenin. Molecular Cell. 4:487-498. (* co-last authors).

50. Carl, T.F., C. Dufton, J. Hanken & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1999. Inhibition of neural crest migration in Xenopus using anti-sense Slug RNA. Devel. Biol. 213:101-115. 
Carl, T. & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1999. Whole-mount visualization of endogenous and exogenous proteins in Xenopus and other organisms. n "A comparative methods approach to the study of oocytes and embryos.  Advances in Molecular Biology Series., J. Richter, Ed. Oxford University  Press, New York. pp. 291-315.
49. Klymkowsky, M.W. 1999. Weaving a tangled web - the interconnected cytoskeleton. Nature Cell Biol. 1:121-123.

48. Klymkowsky, M.W. 1999. Plakophilin, armadillo repeats and nuclear localization. Microscopy Res. & Tech,43:43-54.

47. Gard, D.L. & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1998. Intermediate filmaents in the Xenopus oocytes and early embryo, in Subcellular Biochemistry 31:Intermediate filaments, H. Herrmann, ed. Plenum., pp. 35-70.

46. Klymkowsky, M.W. 1997. Minireviews, minidogmas, and mythinformation. Bioessays19: 537-539.

xenopus jaw

Gelderloos, J.A., L.L. Witcher, P. Cowin & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1997. Plakoglobin: the other ARM of vertebrates, in Cell Adhesion & Intracellular Signaling,  P. Cowin & M.W. Klymkowsky, eds. Landes Bioscience, 13-30.

Bachant, J.B. & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1997. Injection of Xenopus oocytes and embryos. in  Cells: A laboratory Manual,ed. D.L. Spector, R. Goldman & L.A. Leinwand, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, NY11803. Volume 2, Chapter 84, pp 84.1-84.7.

45. Hanken, J., M.W. Klymkowsky, K.E. Alley & D.H. Jennings. 1997. Jaw muscle delopment as evidence for embryonic repatterning in direct-developing frogs. Proc. Roy. Soc. Trans.ser. B264: 1349-1354.

44. Merriam, J., A. Rubensteindot & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1997. Cytoplasmically anchored plakoglobin induces a WNT-like phenotype in Xenopus. Devel. Biol185: 67-81.

43. Kofron, M., A. Spagnuolo, M.W. Klymkowsky, C. Wylie & J. Heasman. 1997. Catenins have distinct functions in the early Xenopus embryo. Development124: 1553-1560.
42. Rubenstein, A.dot, J. Merriam, T. & M. W. Klymkowsky. 1997. Localizing the adhesive and signaling functions of plakoglobin. Devel. Genetics 20: 91-102. 

41. Klymkowsky, M.W. 1996. Intermediate filaments as dynamic structures.Cancer Metastasis Reviews 15: 417-428.
40. Bachant, J.B. & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1996. A non-tetrameric species is the major soluble form of keratin in Xenopus oocytes and rabbit reticulocyte lysates. J. Cell Biol.132: 153-165. 

39. Klymkowsky, M.W. 1995. Intermediate filaments: new proteins, some answers, more questions. Curr. Op. in Cell Biol. 7: 46-54.

38. Klymkowsky, M.W. 1995. Intermediate filaments: Organization, reorganization, succession and function in Xenopus. Curr. Top. Devel. Biol. 31: 455-486.

Klymkowsky, M.W. & R.M. Evans. 1995. Intermediate filaments in human pathology. in Principals of Medical Biology.  E.E. Bittar and N. Bittar, editors. JAI Press, Inc. pp. 147-186.
37. Klymkowsky, M.W. & B. Parr. 1995. The body language of cells: the lintimate connection between cell adhesion and behavior. Cell 83:5-8.

36. Karnovsky, A. & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1995. Anterior axis duplication in Xenopus induced by the over-expression of the cadherin-binding proteins plakoglobin.Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA92: 4522-4526.

35. Cary, R.B., M.W. Klymkowsky, R.M. Evans, A. Domingo, J.A. Dent & L.B. Backhusdot. 1994. Vimentin's tail interacts with actin-containing structures in vivo.J. Cell Sci. 107:1609-1622


34. Seufert, D.W., J. Hanken & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1994. Type II collagen distribution during the patterning of the skull in Xenopus laevis. Anat. & Embryol.189: 81-89. 
33. Doedens, J., L.A. Maynell, M.W. Klymkowsky & K.A. Kirkegaard. 1994. Secretory pathway function, but not cytoskeletal integrity, is required in poliovirus infection. Positive-strand RNA viruses. M.A. Brinton, C.H. Callischer & R. Rueckert, eds. Springer-Verlag. pp. 159-172.
desmin mutation muscle  

32. Klymkowsky, M.W. & A. Karnovsky. 1994. Morphogenesis and the cytoskeleton: Studies of the Xenopus embryo. Devel. Biol.126 372-384.

31. Cary, R.B. & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1995. Disruption of intermediate filament organization leads to structural defects at the intersomite junction in Xenopus myotomal muscle. Development121: 1041-1052.

30. Cary, R.B. & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1994b. Differential organization of desmin and vimentin in muscle is due to differences in their head domains.J. Cell Biol126: 445-456.
29. Cary, R.B. & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1994a. Desmin organization during the differentiation of the dorsal myotome in Xenopus laevis. Differentiation,56:31-38.
Cary, R.B. & M.W. Klymkowsky,1992. Finding functions for intermediate filaments. Current Biology, 2: 43-45.
Domingo, A., A. Sarria, R. Evans & M.W. Klymkowsky, 1992. Studying intermediate filaments. in The Cytoskeleton: A Practical Approach. K. Carraway & C. Carraway, eds. Oxford Univ. Press. pp.223-255.

28. Dent, J.A., R.B. Cary, J.B. Bachant, A. Domingo &  M.W. Klymkowsky. 1992. Host cell factors controlling vimentin organization in the Xenopus oocyte. J. Cell Biol.119: 855-866.

27. Klymkowsky, M.W., D.R. Shook & L.A. Maynell. 1992. Evidence that the deep keratin filament system of the Xenopus embryo acts to ensure normal gastrulation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA89: 8736-8740.
26. Maynell, L., K.A. Kirkegaard & M.W. Klymkowsky. 1992. Brefeldin A inhibits poliovirus RNA synthesis. J. Virol.66: 1985-1994.
25. Hanken, J., M.W. Klymkowsky, C.H. Summers, D.W. Seufert & N.E. Ingebrigtsen. 1992. Cranial ontogeny in the direct-developing frog Eleutherodactylus coqui (Anura: Leptodactylidae), analyzed using whole-mount immunohistochemistry. J. Morph.210: 1-24. 
Kay., B.K., J.P. Evans, E.C. Stephenson, M.L. King, M.W. Klymkowsky, D.L. Gard, J.M. Holy, R.P. Elinson, S. Strome & E.C. Raff. 1991. The cytoskeletons of gametes, eggs, & early embryos. in Cell-cell interactions in early development. Soc. Devel. Biol. Symp. 297-319.
24. Klymkowsky, M.W. & J. Hanken. 1991. Whole-mount staining of Xenopus and other vertebrates. in Xenopus laevis: Practical uses in cell and molecular biology. B.K. Kay & H.B. Peng, eds. Meth. Cell Biol. 36: 413-435. Academic Press.

23. Klymkowsky, M.W. 1991. Intermediate filaments: getting under the skin. Nature 354: 264-265.

22. Klymkowsky, M.W., L.A. Maynell & C. Nislow. 1991. Cytokeratin phosphorylation, cytokeratin filament severing, and the solubilization of the maternal mRNA Vg1. J. Cell Biol.114: 787-797.

the early 00s