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Fukuyama M, Rougvie AE, Rothman JH.  2006.  C. elegans DAF-18/PTEN mediates nutrient-dependent arrest of cell cycle and growth in the germline.. Curr Biol. 16(8):773-9.
Witze ES, Field ED, Hunt DF, Rothman JH.  2009.  C. elegans pur alpha, an activator of end-1, synergizes with the Wnt pathway to specify endoderm.. Dev Biol. 327(1):12-23.
Joshi PM, Riddle MR, Djabrayan NJV, Rothman JH.  2010.  Caenorhabditis elegans as a model for stem cell biology.. Dev Dyn. 239(5):1539-54.
Rothman JH, Singson A.  2011.  Caenorhabditis elegans: molecular genetics and development.. Methods Cell Biol. 106:xv-xviii.
Derry WB, Putzke AP, Rothman JH.  2001.  Caenorhabditis elegans p53: role in apoptosis, meiosis, and stress resistance.. Science. 294(5542):591-5.
Chen L, McCloskey T, Joshi PM, Rothman JH.  2008.  ced-4 and proto-oncogene tfg-1 antagonistically regulate cell size and apoptosis in C. elegans.. Curr Biol. 18(14):1025-33.
Kumar A, Rothman JH.  2007.  Cell death: hook, line and linker.. Curr Biol. 17(8):R286-9.
Koh K, Peyrot SM, Wood CG, Wagmaister JA, Maduro MF, Eisenmann DM, Rothman JH.  2002.  Cell fates and fusion in the C. elegans vulval primordium are regulated by the EGL-18 and ELT-6 GATA factors -- apparent direct targets of the LIN-39 Hox protein.. Development. 129(22):5171-80.
Witze E, Rothman JH.  2002.  Cell fusion: an EFFicient sculptor.. Curr Biol. 12(13):R467-9.
Kontani K, Rothman JH.  2005.  Cell fusion: EFF is enough.. Curr Biol. 15(7):R252-4.
Rothman JH, Howald I, Stevens TH.  1989.  Characterization of genes required for protein sorting and vacuolar function in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.. EMBO J. 8(7):2057-65.
Moskowitz IP, Gendreau SB, Rothman JH.  1994.  Combinatorial specification of blastomere identity by glp-1-dependent cellular interactions in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.. Development. 120(11):3325-38.
Raich WB, Moran AN, Rothman JH, Hardin J.  1998.  Cytokinesis and midzone microtubule organization in Caenorhabditis elegans require the kinesin-like protein ZEN-4.. Mol Biol Cell. 9(8):2037-49.

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