Selected Research Publications
“Enabled (Xena) regulates neural plate morphogenesis, apical constriction, and cellular adhesion required for neural tube closure in Xenopus”, Roffers-Agarwal J, Xanthos JB, Kragtorp KA, Miller JR, Dev Biol. 314:393-403, (2008).
“Integrin alpha5 is required for somite rotation and boundary formation in Xenopus”, Kragtorp KA, Miller JR, Dev Dyn. 236(9):2713-2720, (2007).
“Regulation of otic vesicle development by Ena/VASP-like (Evl) during Xenopus development”, Wanner SJ, and Miller JR, J. Cell Science 120:2641-2651, (2007).
“Regulation of somitogenesis by Ena/VASP proteins and FAK during Xenopus development”, Kragtorp KA, and Miller JR, Development 133,685-695, (2006).
“Establishment of the dorsal-ventral axis in Xenopus embryos coincides with the dorsal enrichment of Dishevelled that is dependent on cortical rotation”, Miller JR, Rowning BA, Larabell CA, Yang-Snyder JA, Bates RL, and Moon RT, J. Cell Biol. 146:427-437, (1999).
“Nuclear beta-catenin is required to specify vegetal cell fates in the sea urchin embryo”, Logan CY, Miller JR, Ferkowicz MJ, and McClay DR, Development 126:345-357, (1999).
“Differential recruitment of Dishevelled provides signaling specificity in the Planar Cell Polarity and Wingless signaling pathways”, Axelrod JD, Miller JR, Shulman JM, Moon RT, and Perrimon N, Genes & Dev. 12:2610-2622, (1998)
“Analysis of the signaling activities of localization mutants of beta-catenin during axis specification in Xenopus”, Miller JR and Moon RT, J. Cell Biol. 139:229-244, (1997).
“Establishment of the dorso-ventral axis in Xenopus embryos is presaged by early asymmetries in beta-catenin that are modulated by the Wnt signaling pathway”, Larabell CA, Torres M, Rowning BA, Yost C, Miller JR, Wu M, Kimelman D, and Moon RT, J. Cell Biol. 136:1123-136, (1997).
“Characterization of the role of cadherin in regulating cell adhesion during sea urchin development”, Miller JR and McClay DR, Dev. Biol. 192:323-339, (1997).
“Changes in the pattern of adherens junction associated beta-catenin accompany morphogenesis in the sea urchin embryo”, Miller JR and McClay DR, Dev. Biol. 192:310-322, (1997).
“A frizzled homolog functions in a vertebrate Wnt signaling pathway”, Yang-Snyder JA, Miller JR, Brown JD, Lai CJ, and Moon RT, Curr. Biol. 6:1302-1306, (1996).
“The axis-inducing activity, stability and subcellular distribution of beta-catenin is regulated in Xenopus embryos by glycogen synthase kinase 3”, Yost C, Torres M, Miller JR, Huang E, Kimelman D, and Moon RT, Genes & Dev. 10:1443-1454, (1996).
“Dynamics of thin filopodia during sea urchin gastrulation”, Miller J, Fraser SE, and McClay DR, Development 121:2501-2511, (1995).