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Fuller, M.T. and J.King (1980) Regulation of coat protein polymerization by the scaffolding protein of Bacteriophage P22. Biophys. J. 32:381-401.·Fish, S.R., K.A. Hartman, M.T.

Fuller, M.T., J. King and G.J. Thomas (1980) Investigation of secondary structures and macromolecular interaction in Bacteriophage P22 by laser Raman spectroscopy. Biophys. J. 32: 234-237.

King, J., R. Griffin-Shea and M.T. Fuller (1980) Scaffolding proteins and the genetic control of virus shell assembly. Quart. Rev. Biol. 55: 369-393.

Fuller, M.T and J. King (1981) Purification of the coat and scaffolding proteins from procapsids of bacteriophage P22. Virology 112: 529-547

Li, Y., G.J. Thomas, M.T. Fuller and J. King (1981) Investigations of Bacteriophage P22 by laser spectroscopy. In: Bacteriophage Assembly (M. DuBow, ed.), Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York, pp. 271-283.

Thomas, G.J., Y. Li, M.T. Fuller and J. King (1982) Structural studies of P22 phage, precursor particles, and proteins by laser Raman spectroscopy. Biochem. 16: 3866-3878.

Fuller, M.T. and J. King (1982) Assembly in vitro of Bacteriophage P22 procapsids from purified coat and scaffolding subunits. J. Mol. Biol. 156: 633-655.

Raff, E.C., and M.T. Fuller, T.C. Kaufman, K.J. Kemphues, J.E. Rudolph and R.A. Raff (1982) Regulation of tubulin gene expression during embryogenesis in Drosophila melanogaster. Cell 28: 33-40.

Raff, E.C. and M.T. Fuller (1984) Genetic analysis of microtubule function in Drosophila. In: Molecular Biology of the Cytoskeleton (Borisy, Cleveland and Murphy, eds.), Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York, pp. 293-304.

Piperno, G. and M.T. Fuller (1985) Monoclonal antibodies specific for an acetylated form of a-tubulin recognize the antigen in cilia and flagella from a variety of organisms. J. Cell Biol. 101: 2085-2094.

Fuller, M.T. (1986) Genetic analysis of spermatogenesis in Drosophila: The role of the testis specific b tubulin and interacting genes in cellular morphogenesis. In: Gametogenesis and the Early Embryo, 44th Symposium of the Society for Developmental Biology (J. Gall, ed.), A.R. Liss, Inc., pp. 19-41.

Fuller, M.T., J.H. Caulton, J. Hutchens, T.C. Kaufman and E.C. Raff (1987) Genetic analysis of mictrotubule structure: A -tubulin mutation causes the formation of aberrant microtubule in vivo and in vitro. J. Cell Biol. 104: 385-394.

Fuller, M.T., J.H. Caulton, J.A. Hutchens, T.C. Kaufman and E.C. Raff (1988) Mutations that encode partially functional b2-tubulin subunits have different effects on structurally different microtubule arrays. J. Cell Biol. 107: 141-152.

Wolf, N., C. Regan and M.T. Fuller (1988) Temporal and spatial pattern of differences in microtubule behavior during Drosophila embryogenesis revealed by distribution of a tubulin isoform. Development 102: 311-324.

Regan, C.L. and M.T. Fuller (1988) Interacting genes that affect microtubule function: The nc2 allele of the haywire locus fails to complement mutations in the testis-specific b-tubulin gene of Drosophila. Genes and Development 2: 82-92.

Hays, T., R. Deuring, B. Robertson, M. Prout and M.T. Fuller (1989) Interacting proteins identified by genetic interactions: A missense mutation in a-tubulin fails to complement alleles of the testis-specific -tubulin of Drosophila. Mol. Cell. Biol. 9: 875-884.

Fuller, M.T., C. Regan, L. Green, B. Robertson, R. Deuring, and T. Hays (1989) Interacting genes identify interacting proteins involved in microtubule function in Drosophila. Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton 14: 128-135.

Regan, C. and M.T. Fuller (1990) Interacting genes that affect microtubule function: Two kinds of mutations revert the failure to complement between haync2 and tubulin mutants. Genetics, 125: 77-90

Green, L., N. Wolf, and M.T. Fuller (1990) Two types of genetic interaction implicate the whirligig gene of Drosophila melanogaster in microtubule organization in the flagellar axoneme. Genetics 126: 961-973.

Fuller, M. T., and P. G. Wilson (1992) Force and counter force in the mitotic spindle. Cell 71: 547-550.

Mounkes, L., R. Jones, B.-C. Liang, W. Gelbart, and M.T. Fuller (1992) A Drosophila model for Xeroderma pigmentosum and Cockayne's Syndrome: haywire encodes the fly homologue of ERCC3, a human excision repair gene. Cell 71: 925-937.

Fuller, M. T. (1993) Spermatogenesis. In The Development of Drosophila, (M. Martinez-Arias and M. Bate, eds.) Cold Spring Harbor Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York. pp.71-147.

Hays, T. S., M. E. Porter, M. McGrail, P. Grissom, P. Gosch, M. T. Fuller, and J. R. McIntosh (1994) A cytoplasmic dynein motor in Drosophila: Identification and localization during embryogenesis. J. Cell Sci. 107: 1557-1569.

Fuller, M. T. (1995) Riding the polar winds: Chromosomes motor Down East. Cell 81: 5-8.

Lin, T.-Y., S. Viswanathan, C. Wood, N. Wolf, P. G. Wilson, and M. T. Fuller (1996) Coordinate developmental control of the meiotic cell cycle and spermatid differentiation in Drosophila males. Development 122: 1331-1341.

Hime. G. R., J. Brill, and M. T. Fuller (1996) Assembly of ring canals in the male germ line from structural components of the contractile ring. J. Cell Sci. 109: 2779-2788.· Wilson, P. G., M. T. Fuller, G. G. Borisy (1997) Monastral bipolar spindles: Implications for dynamic centrosome organization. J. Cell Sci. 110: 451-464.

Wilson, P. G., Y. Zheng, C. E. Oakley, B. R. Oakley, G. G. Borisy, and M. T. Fuller (1997) Differential expression and utilization of two gamma tubulin isoforms during gametogenesis in Drosophila. Devel. Biol. 184: 207-221.

Molina, I., S. Baars, J. A. Brill, K. G. Hales, M. T. Fuller, and P. Ripoll (1997) A chromatin associated kinesin-related protein required for normal mitotic chromosome segregation in Drosophila. J. Cell Biology 139: 1361-1371.

Hales, K. and M. T. Fuller (1997) Developmentally regulated mitochondrial fusion mediated by a conserved novel predicted transmembrane GTPase. Cell 90: 121-129.

White-Cooper, H., M. Schafer, L. S. Alphey, and M. T. Fuller (1998) Transcriptional and post-transcriptional control mechanisms coordinate the onset of spermatid differentiation with meiosis I in Drosophila. Development 125: 125-134.

Fuller, M. T. and H. White-Cooper (1998) Genetic control of meiosis and the onset of spermiogenesis in Drosophila. In Testicular Function: from Gene Expression to Genetic Manipulation (M. Stefanini, C. Boitani, M. Galdieri, R. Geremia, and F. Palombi, eds.) Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg. pp.59-81.

Mounkes, L. and M. T. Fuller (1998) The DUG gene of Drosophila melanogaster encodes a structural and functional homologue of the S. cerevisiae SUG1 predicted ATPase associated with the 26S proteasome. Gene 206: 165-174.

Hermann, G. J., J. Thatcher, K. G. Hales, J. P. Mills, M. T. Fuller, J. Nunnari, and J. M. Shaw (1998) Mitochondrial fusion in yeast requires the transmembrane GTPase Fzo1p. J. Cell Biology 143: 359-374.

Fuller, M. T. (1998) Genetic control of cell proliferation and differentiation in Drosophila spermatogenesis. In The Male Germ Cell: Migration to Fertilization (A.R. Bellve, ed.) Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 9: 433-444.

Mounkes, L. and M. T. Fuller (1999) Molecular characterization of mutant alleles of the DNA repair/basal transcription factor haywire/ERCC3 in Drosophila. Genetics 152: 291-297.

Kiger, A. A., S. Gigliotti, and M. T. Fuller (1999) Developmental genetics of the essential Drosophila nucleoporin nup154: Allelic differences due to an outward directed promoter in the P element 3' end. Genetics 153: 799-812.

Lin, T.-Y., M. J. Pringle, and M. T. Fuller (2000) Regulation of meiosis and spermatid differentiation in Drosophila primary spermatocytes. In The Testis: from Stem Cell to Sperm Function (E. Goldberg, ed.) Springer Verlag, N.Y. pp. 120-132.

Brill, J., G. R. Hime, M. Scharer-Schuksz, and M.T. Fuller (2000) A phospholipid kinase regulates actin disassembly and intercellular bridge formation during germ line cytokinesis. Development 127: 3855-3864.

Kiger, A., H. White-Cooper, and M. T. Fuller (2000) Somatic support cells restrict germ line stem cell self-renewal and promote differentiation. Nature 407: 750-754.

White-Cooper, H., Leroy, D., MacQueen, A. and Fuller, M. T. (2000) Transcription of meiotic cell cycle and terminal differentiation genes depends on a conserved chromatin associated protein, whose nuclear localization is regulated. Development 127: 5463-5473.

Santel, A. and M. T. Fuller (2001) Control of mitochondrial morphology by a human Mitofusin protein. J. Cell Sci. 114: 867-874..

Kiger, A. and Fuller, M. T. (2001) Male Germ Line Stem Cells. In Stem Cell Biology, (D. Gottlieb, R. Gardner, and D. Marshak, eds.) Cold Spring Harbor Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York. pp.149-187.

Hiller, M., T.-Y. Lin, C. Wood, and M. T. Fuller (2001) Developmental control of transcription by a tissue specific TAF homolog. Genes and Development 15: 1021-1030.

Kiger, A.A., D.L. Jones, C. Schulz, M. Rogers, and M. T. Fuller (2001) Signaling from a support cell niche specifies stem cell self-renewal via JAK-STAT activation. Science 294: 2542-2545.

Schulz, C., L. Perezgasga, and M. T. Fuller. (2001) Genetic analysis of dPsa, the Drosophila orthologue of puromycin-sensitive aminopeptidase, suggest redunancy of aminopeptidases. Dev. Genes Evol. 211: 581-588.

Tazuke, S.I., C. Schulz, L. Gilboa, M. Fogarty, A. Mahowald, A. Guiche, A Ephrussi, C.G. Wood, R. Lehmann, and M.T. Fuller. (2002). A germ line specific gap junction protein requried for survival of differentiating early germ cells. Development 129: 2529-2539.

Hwa, J. J., M.A. Hiller, M.T. Fuller and A. Santel. (2002). Differential expression of the Drosophila mitofusin genes fuzzy onions (fzo) and dmfm. Mechanism of Development 116: 213-216.

Schulz, C., C. Wood, D. L. Jones, S. Tazuke, and M. T. Fuller (2002). Signaling from germ cells mediated by the rhomboid homolog stet organizes encapsulation by somatic support cells. Development 129: 4523-4534. Farkas, R. M., M. G. Giansanti, M. Gatti, M.T. Fuller: Golgi Transport Complex function is required for cleavage furrow ingression and polarized cell growth. submitted.

Farkas, R., M.G. Giansanti, M. Gatti, and M.T. Fuller. (2002). The Drosophila Cog5 homolog is required for cytokinesis, polarized cell growth, and assembly of specialized Golgi architecture during spermatogenesis. Molecular Biology of the Cell. in press.