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Riddle MR, Spickard EA, Jevince A, Nguyen KCQ, Hall DH, Joshi PM, Rothman JH.  2016.  Transorganogenesis and transdifferentiation in C. elegans are dependent on differentiated cell identity.. Dev Biol. 420(1):136-147.
Ewe CKiang, Alok G, Rothman JH.  2021.  Stressful development: integrating endoderm development, stress, and longevity.. Dev Biol. 471:34-48.
Dineen A, Nishimura EOsborne, Goszczynski B, Rothman JH, McGhee JD.  2018.  Quantitating transcription factor redundancy: The relative roles of the ELT-2 and ELT-7 GATA factors in the C. elegans endoderm.. Dev Biol. 435(2):150-161.
Ewe CKiang, Cleuren YNTorres, Flowers SE, Alok G, Snell RG, Rothman JH.  2020.  Natural cryptic variation in epigenetic modulation of an embryonic gene regulatory network.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 117(24):13637-13646.
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.
Jeong PYoung, Kumar A, Joshi PM, Rothman JH.  2020.  Intertwined Functions of Separase and Caspase in Cell Division and Programmed Cell Death.. Sci Rep. 10(1):6159.
Alcorn MR, Callander DC, López-Santos A, Cleuren YNTorres, Birsoy B, Joshi PM, Santure AW, Rothman JH.  2016.  Heterotaxy in Caenorhabditis: widespread natural variation in left-right arrangement of the major organs.. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 371(1710)
Cleuren YNTorres, Ewe CKiang, Chipman KC, Mears ER, Wood CG, Al-Alami CEmma Alma, Alcorn MR, Turner TL, Joshi PM, Snell RG et al..  2019.  Extensive intraspecies cryptic variation in an ancient embryonic gene regulatory network.. Elife. 8
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.