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Walser, M; Hajnal, A; Escobar-Restrepo, Juan M (2015). FRAP analysis of LET-23::GFP in the vulval epithelial cells of living caenorhabditis elegans larvae. Bio-protocol, 5(11):e1489.

Beyer, A; Eberhard, R; Piterman, N; Hengartner, M O; Hajnal, A; Fisher, J (2012). A dynamic physical model of cell migration, differentiation and apoptosis in Caenorhabditis elegans. In: Goryanin, I I; Goryachev, A B. Advances in systems biology. New York, NY, US: Springer New York, 211-233.

Pellegrino, M W; Farooqui, S; Fröhli, E; Rehrauer, H; Kaeser-Pebernard, S; Müller, F; Gasser, R B; Hajnal, A (2011). LIN-39 and the EGFR/RAS/MAPK pathway regulate C. elegans vulval morphogenesis via the VAB-23 zinc finger protein. Development, 138(21):4649-4660.

Tam, C S; Berthoud, H R; Bueter, M; Chakravarthy, M V; Geliebter, A; Hajnal, A; Holst, J; Kaplan, L; Pories, W; Raybould, H; Seeley, R; Strader, A; Ravussin, E (2011). Could the mechanisms of bariatric surgery hold the key for novel therapies? report from a Pennington Scientific Symposium. Obesity Reviews, 12(11):984-994.

Stetak, A; Hajnal, A (2011). The C. elegans MAGI-1 protein is a novel component of cell junctions that is required for junctional compartmentalization. Developmental Biology, 350(1):24-31.

Pellegrino, M W; Gasser, R B; Sprenger, F; Stetak, A; Hajnal, A (2009). The conserved zinc finger protein VAB-23 is an essential regulator of epidermal morphogenesis in Caenorhabditis elegans. Developmental Biology, 336(1):84-93.

Stetak, A; Hörndli, F; Maricq, A V; van den Heuvel, S; Hajnal, A (2009). Neuron-specific regulation of associative learning and memory by MAGI-1 in C. elegans. PLoS ONE, 4(6):e6019-e6019.

Hoerndli, F J; Walser, M; Fröhli Hoier, E; de Quervain, D; Papassotiropoulos, A; Hajnal, A (2009). A conserved function of c. elegans CASY-1 calsyntenin in associative learning. PLoS ONE, 4(3):e4880.

Stetak, A; Gutierrez, P; Hajnal, A (2008). Tissue-specific functions of the Caenorhabditis elegans p120 Ras GTPase activating protein GAP-3. Developmental Biology, 323(2):166-176.

Rimann, I; Hajnal, A (2007). Regulation of anchor cell invasion and uterine cell fates by the egl-43 Evi-1 proto-oncogene in Caenorhabditis elegans. Developmental Biology, 308(1):187-195.

Fisher, J; Piterman, N; Hajnal, A; Henzinger, T A (2007). Predictive modeling of signaling crosstalk during C. elegans vulval development. PLoS Computational Biology, 3(5):e92.

Stetak, A; Hoier, E; Croce, A; Cassata, G; Di Fiore, P P; Hajnal, A (2006). Cell fate-specific regulation of EGF receptor trafficking during Caenorhabditis elegans vulval development. EMBO Journal, 25(11):2347-2357.

Walser, C B; Battu, G; Hoier, E; Hajnal, A (2006). Distinct roles of the Pumilio and FBF translational repressors during C. elegans vulval development. Development, 133(17):3461-3471.

Rhiner, C; Gysi, S; Fröhli, E; Hengartner, M O; Hajnal, A (2005). Syndecan regulates cell migration and axon guidance in C. elegans. Development, 132(20):4621-4633.

Zipperlen, P; Nairz, K; Rimann, I; Basler, K; Hafen, E; Hengartner, M; Hajnal, A (2005). A universal method for automated gene mapping. Genome Biology, 6(2):R19.

Berset, T A; Fröhli-Hoier, E; Hajnal, A (2005). The C. elegans homolog of the mammalian tumor suppressor Dep-1/Scc1 inhibits EGFR signaling to regulate binary cell fate decisions. Genes and Development, 19(11):1328-1340.

Canevascini, S; Marti, M; Fröhli, E; Hajnal, A (2005). The Caenorhabditis elegans homologue of the proto-oncogene ect-2 positively regulates RAS signalling during vulval development. EMBO Reports, 6(12):1169-1175.

Dutt, A; Canevascini, S; Fröhli-Hoier, E; Hajnal, A (2004). EGF signal propagation during C. elegans vulval development mediated by ROM-1 rhomboid. PLoS Biology, 2(11):e344.

Veljkovic, E; Bacconi, A; Stetak, A; Hajnal, A; Stasiuk, S; Skelly, P J; Forster, I; Shoemaker, C B; Verrey, F (2004). Aromatic amino acid transporter AAT-9 of Caenorhabditis elegans localizes to neurons and muscle cells. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 279(47):49268-49273.

Battu, G; Froehli Hoier, E; Hajnal, A (2003). The C. elegans G-protein-coupled receptor SRA-13 inhibits RAS/MAPK signalling during olfaction and vulval development. Development, 130(12):2567-2577.

Hajnal, A; Berset, T (2002). The C.elegans MAPK phosphatase LIP-1 is required for the G(2)/M meiotic arrest of developing oocytes. The EMBO Journal, 21(16):4317-4326.

Hajnal, A (2002). Fine-tuning the RAS signaling pathway: Zn(2+) makes the difference. Molecular Cell, 9(5):927-928.

Berset, T; Froehli Hoier, E; Battu, G; Canevascini, S; Hajnal, A (2001). Notch inhibition of RAS signaling through MAP kinase phosphatase LIP-1 during C. elegans vulval development. Science, 291(5506):1055-1058.

Fröhli-Hoier, E; Mohler, W A; Kim, S K; Hajnal, A (2000). The Caenorhabditis elegans APC-related gene apr-1 is required for epithelial cell migration and Hox gene expression. Genes and Development, 14(7):874-886.

von Zelewsky, T; Palladino, F; Brunschwig, K; Tobler, H; Hajnal, A; Müller, F (2000). The C. elegans Mi-2 chromatin-remodelling proteins function in vulval cell fate determination. Development, 127(24):5277-5284.

Hajnal, A; Whitfield, C W; Kim, S K (1997). Inhibition of Caenorhabditis elegans vulval induction by gap-1 and by let-23 receptor tyrosine kinase. Genes and Development, 11(20):2715-2728.

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