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Below are selected publications from the Weiss Lab. Please click on the linked citations to view the publications in PubMed.


Brace, J., Hsu, J., and E. L. Weiss. 2010. Mitotic exit control of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae Ndr/LATS kinase Cbk1 regulates daughter cell separation after cytokinesis. Molecular and Cellular Biology (epub 12/6/2010)

Mazanka, E. and E. L. Weiss. 2010. Sequential counteracting kinases restrict an asymmetric gene expression program to early G1. Molecular Biology of the Cell (epub 6/23/10)

Jansen, J. M., Wanless, A., Seidel, C. W., and E. L. Weiss. 2009. Cbk1 regulation of the RNA binding protein Ssd1 integrates cell fate with translational control. Current Biology.

Mazanka, E., Alexander, J., Yeh, B.J., Charoenpong, P., Lowery, D.M., Yaffe, M., and E. L. Weiss. 2008. The NDR/LATS family kinase Cbk1 directly controls transcriptional asymmetry. PLoS Biol. 6(8):e203.

Jansen, J.M., Barry, M.F., Yoo, C.K., and E. L. Weiss. 2006. Phosphoregulation of Cbk1 is critical for RAM network control of transcription and morphogenesis. Journal of Cell Biology. 175(5):755-66.

Weiss, E. L., Kurischko, C., Zhang, C., Shokat, K., Drubin, D. G., and F. C. Luca. 2002. The S. cerevisiae Mob2p-Cbk1p kinase complex promotes polarized growth and acts with the Mitotic Exit Network to facilitate daughter cell-specific localization of Ace2p transcription factor. Journal of Cell Biology. 158(5):885-900.

Bidlingmaier, S., Weiss, E., Seidel, C., Drubin, D. G., and M. Snyder. 2001. The Cbk1p pathway is important for polarized cell growth and cell separation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 21(7):2449-62.

Weiss, E., Bishop, A. C., Shokat, K. M., and D. G. Drubin. 2000. Chemical genetic analysis of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae p21-activated kinase Cla4p. Nature Cell Biology, 2(10):677-8.


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