Publications

2018

 

Pham T., Monnard A.*, Helenius J.*, Lee N., Lund E., Mueller D., Cabernard C. (2018). Spatiotemporally controlled Myosin relocalization and internal pressure causes biased cortical extension to generate sibling cell size asymmetry.

* equal contribution

http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/311852v1

 

Gallaud E., Nair A., Monnard A., Singh P., Pham T., Salvador Garcia D., Ferrand A., Cabernard C. (2018). Centrosome asymmetry switch in fly neural stem cells.

https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2018/01/17/249375

Canman JC. & Cabernard C. (2018). Mechanics of cell division and cytokinesis. ASCB Annual Meeting Highlights. Mol Biol Cell. 15;29(6):685-686.

 

2017

Roubinet C., Tsankova A.*, Pham T.*, Monnard A., Caussinus E., Affolter M., Cabernard C. (2017). Spatio-temporally separated cortical flows and spindle geometry establish physical asymmetry in fly neural stem cells.

Nature Communications. * equal contribution

Montembault E, Claverie MC, Bouit L, Landmann C, Jenkins J, Tsankova A, Cabernard C, Royou A. (2017). Myosin efflux promotes cell elongation to coordinate chromosome segregation with cell cleavage.

Nature Communications. Aug 23;8(1):326.

 

Tsankova A., Pham T., Garcia D.S., Otte F., Cabernard C. (2017). Cell cycle and polarity cues regulate biased Myosin activity and dynamics via Drosophila Rho kinase/Drok and Protein Kinase N/Pkn during asymmetric cell division.

Dev Cell 24:143-155

 

Gallaud E., Pham T., Cabernard C. (2017) Drosophila melanogaster Neuroblasts: A Model for Asymmetric Stem Cell Divisions. Invited chapter for the book “Asymmetric Cell Division in Development, Differentiation and Cancer"

Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation” 61:183-210

 

Cabernard C. (2017). Sibling cell size matters.

eLife 6, e24038.

 

 

2016

 

Nair A., Singh P., Garcia D.S., Crespo D.R., Egger B., Cabernard C. (2016). The microcephaly-associated gene WDR62 is required to maintain centrosome asymmetry in Drosophila neuroblasts.

Cell Reports; 2016 Feb 9;14(5):1100-13

 

 

2015

 

Chen JV, Kao LR, Jana SC, Sivan-Loukianova E, Mendonça S, Cabrera OA, Singh P, Cabernard C, Eberl DF, Bettencourt-Dias M, Megraw TL. (2015). Rootletin organizes the ciliary rootlet to achieve neuron sensory function in Drosophila.

J Cell Biol. 2015 Oct 26;211(2):435-53.

 

Roth M., Roubinet C.*, Ifflaender N.*, Ferrand A., Cabernard C. (2015). Asymmetrically dividing Drosophila neuroblasts utilize two spatially and temporally independent cytokinesis pathways.

Nature Communications Mar 20;6:6551. * equal contribution

 

 

2014

 

Roubinet C. & Cabernard C. (2014). Control of asymmetric cell division. Invited review.

Current Opinion in Cell Biology 31, 84–91.

 

Singh P., Ramdas Nair A., Cabernard C. (2014). The Centriolar Protein Bld10/Cep135 Is Required to Establish Centrosome Asymmetry in Drosophila Neuroblasts.

Current Biology 24(13), 1548–1555.

 

2013

 

Cabernard C, Doe CQ. (2013). Live imaging of neuroblast lineages within intact larval brains in Drosophila.

Cold Spring Harb Protoc. 2013(10):970-7.

 

2012

 

Cabernard C. (2012). Cytokinesis during Drosophila development (2012).

Cytoskeleton; 69(10):791-809.

 

Singh P & Cabernard C. (2012). Neurogenesis: premature mitotic entry lets cleavage planes take off! Invited review. Current Biology 22(1):R25-8.

 

2011

 

Gillies TE & Cabernard C. (2011). Cell division orientation in animals. Invited review.

Current Biology. Current Biology 21: R599-R609.

 

 

 

Publications originating during postdoc | 2007-2011:

 

Connell M, Cabernard C, Ricketson D, Doe CQ, Prehoda KE. (2011). Asymmetric cortical extension shifts cleavage furrow position in Drosophila neuroblasts. Molecular Biology of the Cell: 22(22):4220-6

 

Cabernard C and Doe CQ. (2010). Live imaging of neuroblast lineages within intact larval brains in Drosophila. Invited chapter for the book “Imaging in Developmental Biology: A Laboratory Manual”, CSHL press.

 

Cabernard C, Prehoda KE & Doe CQ. (2010). A spindle-independent cleavage furrow positioning pathway. Nature 467, 91-94.

 

Callan MA, Cabernard C, Heck J, Luois S, Doe CQ and Zarnescu DC. (2010): Fragile X Protein Controls Neural Stem Cell Proliferation in the Drosophila Brain. Hum Mol Genet: 19(15):3068-79

 

Cabernard C and Doe CQ. (2009). Apical/basal spindle orientation is required for neuroblast homeostasis and neuronal differentiation in Drosophila. Dev Cell 17: 134-41.

 

Cabernard C and Doe CQ. (2007). Stem cell self-renewal: centrosomes on the move. Review. Current Biology 17: R465-7

 

Lee CY*, Andersen RO*, Cabernard C, Manning L, Tran KD, Lanskey MJ, Bashirullah A, Doe CQ. (2006). Drosophila Aurora-A kinase inhibits neuroblast self-renewal by regulating aPKC/Numb cortical polarity and spindle orientation. Genes Dev 20: 3464-3474

* equal contribution

 

Siller KH, Cabernard C, Doe CQ. (2006). The NuMA-related Mud protein binds Pins and regulates spindle orientation in Drosophila neuroblasts. Nature Cell Biology 8: 594-600

 

 

 

Publications originating during PhD | 2000-2004:

 

Chanut-Delalande H, Jung AC, Lin L, Baer MM, Bilstein A, Cabernard C, Leptin M, Affolter M. (2007). A genetic mosaic analysis with a repressible cell marker screen to identify genes involved in tracheal cell migration during Drosophila air sac morphogenesis. Genetics 176: 2177-87

 

Cabernard C and Affolter M. (2005). Distinct Roles for Two Receptor Tyrosine Kinases in Epithelial Branching Morphogenesis in Drosophila. Dev Cell 9: 831-842

 

Ebner A, Cabernard C, Affolter M and Merabet S. (2005). Recognition of distinct target sites by a unique Labial/Extradenticle/Homothorax complex. Development 132: 1591-1600

 

Cabernard C, Neumann M and Affolter M. (2004). Cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in branching morphogenesis of the Drosophila tracheal system. J Appl Physiol 97: 2347-53

Cabernard lab | August 2017 | Photo credits: Mark Stone, Lisa Tran, Cabernard lab

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