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Dr. David Fay

Animal Science/Molecular Biology Complex, Rm 235

Department of Molecular Biology

University of Wyoming

Department #3944

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-4961

Fax: (307) 766-5098

Email: davidfay@uwyo.edu

David Fay

Department of Molecular Biology

 

Publications (2002–Present)

Braveen Joseph, Nic Blouin, and David S. Fay* (2017). Use of a sibling subtraction method (SSM) for identifying causal mutations by whole genome sequencing. In review
Katja K. Dove, Hilary A. Kemp, Kristin Di Bona, Luke J. Milburn, David Camacho, David S. Fay, Dana L. Miller, Rachel E Klevit (2017) Two functionally distinct E2/E3 pairs coordinate sequential ubiquitination of a common substrate in C. elegans development. PNAS, 114, E6576–E6584. PMID: 28739890.
Vladimir Lazetic and David S. Fay (2017). Conserved ankyrin repeat proteins and their NIMA kinase partners regulate extracellular matrix remodeling and intracellular trafficking in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics, 205, 273–293. PMID: 27799278
Vladimir Lažetić and David S. Fay* (2017). Molting in C. elegans. Worm, 6(1):e1330246 PMID:28702275
Melissa Kelley, John Yochem, Michael Krieg, Andrea Calixto, Maxwell G. Heiman, Aleksandra Kuzmanov, Vijaykumar Meli, Martin Chalfie, Miriam B. Goodman, Shai Shaham, Alison Frand, and David S. Fay* (2015). FBN-1, a fibrillin-related protein, is required for resistance of the epidermis to mechanical deformation during C. elegans embryogenesis. eLife, Mar 12;4. PMID: 25798732. http://elifesciences.org/content/4/e06565
John Yochem, Vladimir Lazetic, Leslie R. Bell, Lihsia Chen, and David S. Fay* (2015). C. elegans NIMA-related kinases NEKL-2 and NEKL-3 are required for the completion of molting. Dev. Biol. 398, 255-266. PMID: 25523392 (.pdf)
Aleksandra Kuzmanov, John Yochem and David S. Fay (2014). Analysis of PHA-1 reveals a limited role in pharyngeal development and novel functions in other tissues. Genetics, 198, 259-268. PMID: 25009149 (.pdf)
Aleksandra Kuzmanov, Evguenia I. Karina, Natalia V. Kirienko, and David S. Fay* (2014) The conserved PBAF nucleosome remodeling complex mediates the response to stress in C. elegans. Mol Cell. Biol. 34, 1121-1135. PMID: 24421384 (.pdf)
Stanley R.G. Polley, Aleksandra Kuzmanov, Jujaio Kuang, Jonathan Karpel, Vladimir Lazetic, Evguenia I. Karina, Bethany L. Veo, Aleksandra Kuzmanov, David S. Fay* (2014). Implicating SCF complexes in organogenesis in C. elegans, Genetics 196, 211-223. PMID: 24214340 (.pdf)
David S. Fay* (2013). WormBook Methods: Classical Genetic Methods. The C. elegans Research Community, WormBook, doi/10.1895/wormbook.1.165.1, http://www.wormbook.org. PMID: 24395816
David S. Fay* and Ken Gerow (2013). WormBook Methods: A biologists guide to statistical thinking and analysis. The C. elegans Research Community, WormBook, doi/10.1895/wormbook.1.159.1, http://www.wormbook.org. PMID: 23908055
David S. Fay*, Stanley R.G. Polley, Jujaio Kuang, Aleksandra Kuzmanov, James W. Hazel, Kumaran Mani, Bethany L. Veo, and John Yochem (2012). A regulatory module controlling pharyngeal development and function in C. elegans. Genetics 191, 1367-1380. (.pdf )
Michelle Sait, Olga Kamneva, David S. Fay, Natalia V. Kirienko, James Polek, Mimi M. Shirasu-Hiza, Naomi L. Ward (2011). Genomic and Experimental Evidence Suggests that Verrucomicrobium spinosum Interacts with Eukaryotes. Frontiers in Microbiology, 2, 211. (.pdf )
Natalia V. Kirienko, Kumaran Mani, and David S. Fay (2010). Cancer Models in C. elegans. Developmental Dynamics. 239:1413-1448. (.pdf )
Natalia V. Kirienko and David S. Fay (2010). SLR-2 and JMJC-1 regulate an evolutionarily-conserved stress-response network. EMBO. J. 29(4):727-739 (.pdf )
Kumaran Mani and David S. Fay (2009). A Mechanistic Basis for the Coordinated Regulation of Pharyngeal Morphogenesis in C. elegans by LIN-35/Rb and UBC-18-ARI-1. PLoS Genetics. Vol 5 issue 6, e1000510. (web site)
David S. Fay (2008). Classic genetics goes high tech. Nat. Methods. 5, 863-864. (.pdf)
Natalia V. Kirienko, John D. K. McEnerney, and David S. Fay (2008). Coordinated regulation of intestinal functions in C. elegans by LIN-35/Rb and SLR-2. PLoS Genetics, Vol 4 issue 4, e1000059. (web site)
Natalia V. Kirienko and David S. Fay (2007). Transcriptome profiling of the C. elegans Rb ortholog reveals diverse developmental roles. Dev. Biol. 305, 674–684.  (.pdf)

David S. Fay and John Yochem (2007). The SynMuv genes of Caenorhabditis elegans in vulval development and beyond. Dev. Biol. 306, 1–9.  (.pdf)
Saeyoull Cho, Katherine W. Rogers, and David S. Fay (2007). The C. elegans glycopeptide hormone receptor ortholog, FSHR-1, regulates germline differentiation and survival. Curr. Biol. 17, 203–212. (.pdf)
Aaron M. Bender, Natalia V. Kierienko, Sara K. Olson, B.S. Jeffery D. Esko, and David S. Fay (2007). lin-35/Rb and the CoREST ortholog spr-l coordinately regulate vulval morphogenesis and gonad development in C. elegans. Dev. Biol. 302, 448–462. (.pdf)
Xiaohui Qiu and David S. Fay (2006). ARI-1, an RBR family ubiquitin ligase, functions with UBC-18 to regulate pharyngeal development in C. elegans. Dev. Biol. 291, 239-252.
David S. Fay et al., (2006) WormBook-Methods; Forward Genetics: Genetic mapping and manipulation. Author/Curator. http://www.wormbook.org/.
David S. Fay. (2005). The cell cycle and development: Lessons from C. elegans. Sem. Cell and Dev. Biol. 16, 297-406. (.pdf)
Aaron M. Bender, Orion Wells, and David S. Fay. (2004). lin-35/Rb and xnp-1/ATR-X function redundantly to control somatic gonad development in C. elegans. Dev. Biol. 273, 335-349. (.pdf)
Mingxue Cui, David S. Fay and Min Han. (2004). lin-35/Rb cooperates with the SWI/SNF complex to control Caenorhabditis elegans larval development. Genetics 167, 1177-1185. (.pdf)
David S. Fay, Xiaohui Qiu, Edward Large, Christopher P. Smith, Susan Mango and Bethany L. Johanson. (2004). The coordinate regulation of pharyngeal development in C. elegans by lin-35/Rb, pha-1, and ubc-18. Dev. Biol. 271, 11-25. (.pdf)
David S. Fay, Edward Large, Min Han, and Monica Darland. (2003) lin-35/Rb and ubc-18, an E2 ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme, function redundantly to control pharyngeal morphogenesis in C. elegans. Development 130: 3319-3330. (.pdf)
David S. Fay, Sean Keenan, and Min Han (2002). fzr-1 and lin-35/Rb function redundantly to control cell proliferation in C. elegans as revealed by a nonbiased synthetic screen. Genes and Development 16, 503-517. (Cover Article). (.pdf)

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Dr. David Fay

Animal Science/Molecular Biology Complex, Rm 235

Department of Molecular Biology

University of Wyoming

Department #3944

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-4961

Fax: (307) 766-5098

Email: davidfay@uwyo.edu

1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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