Cell biology, Netrin, Caenorhabditis elegans, Growth cone and Epidermis are his primary areas of study. His work on Pleckstrin homology domain and Actin as part of general Cell biology research is frequently linked to GTPase-activating protein and RhoG, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. In his study, Molecular biology is strongly linked to Pioneer axon, which falls under the umbrella field of Netrin.
Many of his studies on Growth cone involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Receptor. Joseph G. Culotti combines subjects such as Semaphorin, Plexin, Cell migration, Bridge and Signal transduction with his study of Epidermis. His Axon research includes themes of Extracellular, Nervous system, Immunoglobulin superfamily and Ectopic expression.
Joseph G. Culotti mostly deals with Cell biology, Caenorhabditis elegans, Netrin, Mutant and Axon guidance. His Cell biology research is mostly focused on the topic Growth cone. His study looks at the intersection of Caenorhabditis elegans and topics like Mutation with Gene isoform.
His work deals with themes such as Pioneer axon, Signal transduction and Epidermis, which intersect with Netrin. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Caenorhabditis, Phenotype, Ephrin, Molecular biology and Phosphorylation. His Axon guidance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Guanine nucleotide exchange factor and Cell polarity.
His main research concerns Caenorhabditis elegans, Cell biology, Semaphorin, Signal transduction and Cell migration. His Cell biology research focuses on Plexin and Netrin. His Plexin research incorporates themes from Growth cone, GTPase and Transgene.
Joseph G. Culotti performs integrative study on Netrin and Context. His studies in Signal transduction integrate themes in fields like Mutation, Bridge, Axon guidance, Morphogenesis and Epidermis. Joseph G. Culotti interconnects Molecular biology, Glycoprotein, Glycan, Gene and Null allele in the investigation of issues within Cell migration.
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Deleted in Colorectal Cancer (DCC) Encodes a Netrin Receptor
Kazuko Keino-Masu;Kazuko Keino-Masu;Masayuki Masu;Lindsay Hinck;E.David Leonardo.
The unc-5, unc-6, and unc-40 genes guide circumferential migrations of pioneer axons and mesodermal cells on the epidermis in C. elegans.
Edward M. Hedgecock;Joseph G. Culotti;David H. Hall.
Genetic Control of the Cell-Division Cycle in Yeast, I. Detection of Mutants
Leland H. Hartwell;Joseph Culotti;Brian Reid.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1970)
UNC-40, a C. elegans Homolog of DCC (Deleted in Colorectal Cancer), Is Required in Motile Cells Responding to UNC-6 Netrin Cues
S.S.-Y. Chan;S.S.-Y. Chan;H. Zheng;M.-W. Su;R. Wilk;R. Wilk.
UNC-6, a laminin-related protein, guides cell and pioneer axon migrations in C. elegans
Naoaki Ishii;William G. Wadsworth;Brian D. Stern;Brian D. Stern;Joseph G. Culotti.
UNC-5, a transmembrane protein with immunoglobulin and thrombospondin type 1 domains, guides cell and pioneer axon migrations in C. elegans
Chungyee Leung-Hagesteijn;Andrew M. Spence;Andrew M. Spence;Brian D. Stern;Brian D. Stern;Youwen Zhou.
Semaphorin and Eph receptor signaling guide a series of cell movements for ventral enclosure in C. elegans
Richard Ikegami;Richard Ikegami;Kristin Simokat;Hong Zheng;Louise Brown.
Current Biology (2012)
UNC-73 Activates the Rac GTPase and Is Required for Cell and Growth Cone Migrations in C. elegans
Robert Steven;Robert Steven;Terrance J Kubiseski;Hong Zheng;Sarang Kulkarni.
Expression of the UNC-5 guidance receptor in the touch neurons of C. elegans steers their axons dorsally
Michel Hamelin;Michel Hamelin;Youwen Zhou;Ming-Wan Su;Ian M. Scott;Ian M. Scott.
Pioneer Axon Guidance by UNC-129, a C. elegans TGF-β
Antonio Colavita;Srikant Krishna;Hong Zheng;Richard W. Padgett.
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