Lesilee S Rose

Title(s)Professor, Molecular and Cellular Biology
SchoolCollege of Biological Sciences
Address3224 LSA
CA 95616
Phone530-754-9884
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    1. The kinases PIG-1 and PAR-1 act in redundant pathways to regulate asymmetric division in the EMS blastomere of C. elegans. Dev Biol. 2018 12 01; 444(1):9-19. Liro MJ, Morton DG, Rose LS. PMID: 30213539; PMCID: PMC6238631.
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    2. Cell Contact Gives a Twist to Cell Division. Dev Cell. 2018 08 06; 46(3):249-251. Rose LS. PMID: 30086296.
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    3. LET-99 functions in the astral furrowing pathway, where it is required for myosin enrichment in the contractile ring. Mol Biol Cell. 2017 Sep 01; 28(18):2360-2373. Price KL, Rose LS. PMID: 28701343; PMCID: PMC5576900.
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    4. TorsinA regulates the LINC to moving nuclei. J Cell Biol. 2017 03 06; 216(3):543-545. Starr DA, Rose LS. PMID: 28242746; PMCID: PMC5350524.
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    5. Mitotic Spindle Positioning in the EMS Cell of Caenorhabditis elegans Requires LET-99 and LIN-5/NuMA. Genetics. 2016 11; 204(3):1177-1189. Liro MJ, Rose LS. PMID: 27672093; PMCID: PMC5105850.
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    6. The 14-3-3 protein PAR-5 regulates the asymmetric localization of the LET-99 spindle positioning protein. Dev Biol. 2016 Apr 15; 412(2):288-297. Wu JC, Espiritu EB, Rose LS. PMID: 26921457; PMCID: PMC4829500.
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    7. A novel function for the Caenorhabditis elegans torsin OOC-5 in nucleoporin localization and nuclear import. Mol Biol Cell. 2015 May 01; 26(9):1752-63. VanGompel MJ, Nguyen KC, Hall DH, Dauer WT, Rose LS. PMID: 25739455; PMCID: PMC4436785.
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    8. CLASPs function redundantly to regulate astral microtubules in the C. elegans embryo. Dev Biol. 2012 Aug 15; 368(2):242-54. Espiritu EB, Krueger LE, Ye A, Rose LS. PMID: 22613359; PMCID: PMC3600381.
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    9. LET-99 inhibits lateral posterior pulling forces during asymmetric spindle elongation in C. elegans embryos. J Cell Biol. 2010 May 03; 189(3):481-95. Krueger LE, Wu JC, Tsou MF, Rose LS. PMID: 20421425; PMCID: PMC2867312.
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    10. Control of asymmetric cell division in early C. elegans embryogenesis: teaming-up translational repression and protein degradation. BMB Rep. 2010 Feb; 43(2):69-78. Hwang SY, Rose LS. PMID: 20193124; PMCID: PMC3600368.
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    11. An eIF4E-binding protein regulates katanin protein levels in C. elegans embryos. J Cell Biol. 2009 Oct 05; 187(1):33-42. Li W, DeBella LR, Guven-Ozkan T, Lin R, Rose LS. PMID: 19786575; PMCID: PMC2762092.
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    12. The torsin-family AAA+ protein OOC-5 contains a critical disulfide adjacent to Sensor-II that couples redox state to nucleotide binding. Mol Biol Cell. 2008 Aug; 19(8):3599-612. Zhu L, Wrabl JO, Hayashi AP, Rose LS, Thomas PJ. PMID: 18550799; PMCID: PMC2488280.
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    13. Dynamic localization of LIN-5 and GPR-1/2 to cortical force generation domains during spindle positioning. Dev Biol. 2008 Mar 01; 315(1):42-54. Park DH, Rose LS. PMID: 18234174; PMCID: PMC2372164.
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    14. PAR-3 and PAR-1 inhibit LET-99 localization to generate a cortical band important for spindle positioning in Caenorhabditis elegans embryos. Mol Biol Cell. 2007 Nov; 18(11):4470-82. Wu JC, Rose LS. PMID: 17761536; PMCID: PMC2043561.
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    15. LET-711, the Caenorhabditis elegans NOT1 ortholog, is required for spindle positioning and regulation of microtubule length in embryos. Mol Biol Cell. 2006 Nov; 17(11):4911-24. DeBella LR, Hayashi A, Rose LS. PMID: 16971515; PMCID: PMC1635396.
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    16. Asymmetric cell division and axis formation in the embryo. WormBook. 2005 Oct 15; 1-20. Gönczy P, Rose LS. PMID: 18050411; PMCID: PMC4780927.
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    17. LET-99 opposes Galpha/GPR signaling to generate asymmetry for spindle positioning in response to PAR and MES-1/SRC-1 signaling. Development. 2003 Dec; 130(23):5717-30. Tsou MF, Hayashi A, Rose LS. PMID: 14534135.
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    18. Embryonic handedness choice in C. elegans involves the Galpha protein GPA-16. Development. 2003 Dec; 130(23):5731-40. Bergmann DC, Lee M, Robertson B, Tsou MF, Rose LS, Wood WB. PMID: 14534142.
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    19. PAR-dependent and geometry-dependent mechanisms of spindle positioning. J Cell Biol. 2003 Mar 17; 160(6):845-55. Tsou MF, Ku W, Hayashi A, Rose LS. PMID: 12642612; PMCID: PMC2173762.
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    20. LET-99 determines spindle position and is asymmetrically enriched in response to PAR polarity cues in C. elegans embryos. Development. 2002 Oct; 129(19):4469-81. Tsou MF, Hayashi A, DeBella LR, McGrath G, Rose LS. PMID: 12223405.
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    21. The let-99 gene is required for proper spindle orientation during cleavage of the C. elegans embryo. Development. 1998 Apr; 125(7):1337-46. Rose LS, Kemphues K. PMID: 9477332.
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    22. Early patterning of the C. elegans embryo. Annu Rev Genet. 1998; 32:521-45. Rose LS, Kemphues KJ. PMID: 9928490.
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