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Shoichet SA, Malik TH, Rothman JH, Shivdasani RA.  2000.  Action of the Caenorhabditis elegans GATA factor END-1 in Xenopus suggests that similar mechanisms initiate endoderm development in ecdysozoa and vertebrates.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 97(8):4076-81.
Sommermann EM, Strohmaier KR, Maduro MF, Rothman JH.  2010.  Endoderm development in Caenorhabditis elegans: the synergistic action of ELT-2 and -7 mediates the specification→differentiation transition.. Dev Biol. 347(1):154-66.
Spickard EA, Joshi PM, Rothman JH.  2018.  The multipotency-to-commitment transition in Caenorhabditis elegans-implications for reprogramming from cells to organs.. FEBS Lett. 592(6):838-851.
Srinivasan P, Griffin NM, Thakur DP, Joshi PM, Nguyen-Le A, McCotter S, Jain A, Saeidi M, Kulkarni P, Eisdorfer JT et al..  2021.  An Autonomous Molecular Bioluminescent Reporter (AMBER) for Voltage Imaging in Freely Moving Animals.. Adv Biol (Weinh). 5(12):e2100842.
Stevens TH, Rothman JH, Payne GS, Schekman R.  1986.  Gene dosage-dependent secretion of yeast vacuolar carboxypeptidase Y.. J Cell Biol. 102(5):1551-7.
Sugimoto A, Hozak RR, Nakashima T, Nishimoto T, Rothman JH.  1995.  dad-1, an endogenous programmed cell death suppressor in Caenorhabditis elegans and vertebrates.. EMBO J. 14(18):4434-41.
Sugimoto A, Kusano A, Hozak RR, Derry WB, Zhu J, Rothman JH.  2001.  Many genomic regions are required for normal embryonic programmed cell death in Caenorhabditis elegans.. Genetics. 158(1):237-52.
Sugimoto A, Friesen PD, Rothman JH.  1994.  Baculovirus p35 prevents developmentally programmed cell death and rescues a ced-9 mutant in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.. EMBO J. 13(9):2023-8.