Department of Biology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
McGovern Institute for Brain Research


Abstracts: 1999-2013

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FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE MICRORNA GENES OF C. ELEGANS: ROLES OF THE lin-4 AND let-7 FAMILIES OF MICRORNAS IN DEVELOPMENTAL TIMING
Allison L Abbott, Ezequiel Alvarez-Saavedra, Eric A Miska, Nelson C Lau, David P Bartel, Bob Horvitz, Victor Ambros
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF C. ELEGANS AMINE-GATED CHLORIDE CHANNELS
Namiko Abe, Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF C. ELEGANS AMINE-GATED CHLORIDE CHANNELS
Namiko Abe, Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

OCTOPAMINE ACTS ANTAGONISTICALLY TO SEROTONIN IN THE MODULATION OF FOOD-DEPENDENT BEHAVIORS
Mark Alkema, Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

OCTOPAMINE INHIBITS PHARYNGEAL PUMPING AND EGG LAYING AND STIMULATES LOCOMOTION.
Mark Alkema, Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

TYRAMINE MODULATES FORAGING BEHAVIOR AND HEAD MOVEMENTS
Mark J. Alkema, Melissa Hunter-Ensor, Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

C. ELEGANS CREB MUTANTS SHOW DEFECTS IN DAUER FORMATION AND IN BEHAVIORS THAT ARE COUPLED TO FOOD SENSATION
Mark Alkema and Bob Horvitz
European C. elegans Meeting, May, 2002

A C. ELEGANS CREB PROTEIN MODULATES TGF-BETA SIGNALING
Mark Alkema and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

CRB-1 MAY FUNCTION IN SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION AND DAUER FORMATION
Mark Alkema and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

DETERMINING THE ROLES OF OCTOPAMINE AND CRB IN WORM BEHAVIOR
Mark Alkema and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

THE mir-35 FAMILY OF MICRORNAS ACT REDUNDANTLY IN EMBRYONIC DEVELOOPMENT IN C. ELEGANS
Ezequiel Alvarez-Saavedra, Eric A Miska, Allison L Abbott, Nelson C Lau, David P Bartel, Victor Ambros, Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

THE let-7 AND mir-35 FAMILIES OF MICRORNAS EACH ACT REDUNDANTLY IN C. ELEGANS
Ezequiel Alvarez-Saavedra, Eric A Miska, Allison L Abbott, Nelson C Lau, David P Bartel, Victor Ambros, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE MICRORNA GENES OF C. ELEGANS
Ezequiel A. Alvarez-Saavedra, Eric A. Miska, Allison L. Abbott, Nelson C. Lau, David P. Bartel, Victor Ambros, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE MICRORNA GENES OF C. ELEGANS
Ezequiel Alvarez-Saavedra, Eric Miska, Allison Abbott, Nelson C. Lau, David P. Bartel, Victor Ambros, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

lst-3 NEGATIVELY REGULATES THE VULVAL CELL-FATE DECISION
Erik Andersen, Scott Clark, Melanie Worley, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #1, June 2006

MET-1 AND MET-2, TWO PUTATIVE HISTONE METHYLTRANSFERASES ARE REDUNDANTLY REQUIRED FOR PROPER VULVAL CELL-FATE DETERMINATION IN C. ELEGANS
Erik Andersen, Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SUPPRESSORS OF THE SYNTHETIC MULTIVULVA PHENOTYPE
Erik Andersen, Xiaowei Lu, Scott Clark, Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SYNTHETIC MULTIVULVA SUPPRESSOR GENE isw-1, A HOMOLOG OF THE DROSOPHILA CHROMATIN-REMODELING ATPASE ISWI
Erik Andersen, Xiaowei Lu, Scott Clark, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

met-1 AND met-2, TWO PUTATIVE HISTONE METHYLTRANSFERASES, MAY ACT AS SYNTHETIC MULTIVULVA GENES
Erik Andersen, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SYNTHETIC MULTIVULVA SUPPRESSOR ISW-1, THE C. ELEGANS HOMOLOG OF THE CHROMATIN-REMODELING ATPASE ISWI
Erik C. Andersen, Xiaowei Lu, Scott Clark, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SYNMUV SUPPRESSORS, INCLUDING A HOMOLOG OF THE CHROMATIN-REMODELING ATPASE ISWI
Erik Andersen, Xiaowei Lu, Scott Clark, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

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A GENETIC SCREEN FOR NEW GENES INVOLVED IN AGING
Ala Berdichevsky, Leonard Guarente, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

A GENETIC SCREEN FOR NEW GENES INVOLVED IN AGING
Ala Berdichevsky, Leonard Guarente, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

Tasting Light: A C. elegans Pharyngeal Neuron Senses the Hydrogen Peroxide Produced by Light To Directly Relax Pharyngeal Muscle.
Nikhil Bhatla and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

Components of the Neural Circuit Implementing Light-induced Inhibition of Pharyngeal Pumping.
Nikhil Bhatla and Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Neuronal Development, Synaptic Function & Behavior, June 2012

Genetic and Neural Pathways Underlying Light-induced Inhibition of Pharyngeal Pumping by C. elegans.
Nikhil Bhatla and Bob Horvitz
18th International C. elegans Conference, June 2011

Investigating C. elegans Learning as a Possible Approach to the Study of Consciousness
Nikhil Bhatla and Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Neuronal Development, Synaptic Function & Behavior Meeting, July 2010

Three New Software Tools for Tracking Worms, Visualizing Neural Networks and Displaying Gene Structures
Nikhil Bhatla and Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Neuronal Development, Synaptic Function & Behavior Meeting, July 2010

Investigating C. elegans Learning as a Possible Approach to the Study of Consciousness
Nikhil Bhatla and Bob Horvitz
17th International C. elegans Conference, June 2009

Reduction of Movement by flp-11, which Encodes FMRFamide-related Peptides
Nikhil Bhatla, Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
Neuronal Development, Synaptic Function & Behavior, July 2008

The Mechanistic Basis of Neuroendocrine Control of Longevity.
Konstantinos Boulias and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

The microRNA mir-71 Acts in the Ectoderm to Promote Germline-Mediated Longevity by Regulating DAF-16 Activity.
Konstantinos Boulias and Bob Horvitz
18th International C. elegans Conference, June 2011

The microRNA mir-71 Is Involved in the Regulation of Longevity and Stress Responses in C. elegans
Konstantinos Boulias and Bob Horvitz
17th International C. elegans Conference, June 2009

Analysis of the Role of MicroRNAs in the Control of C. elegans Aging
Konstantinos Boulias, Ezequiel Alvarez-Saavedra, Bob Horvitz
Aging, Stress and Parthogenesis Meeting, August, 2008

Analysis of the Role of MicroRNAs in the Control of C. elegans Aging
Konstantinos Boulias, Ezequiel A. Alvarez-Saavedra, Ala Berdichevsky, Bob Horvitz
16th International C. elegans Conference, June 2007

ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF MICRORNAS IN C. ELEGANS AGING
Konstantinos Boulias, Ezequiel Alvarez-Saavedra, Ala Berdichevsky, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #1, June 2006

Muscles from Ectoderm: Possible Cases of in vivo Reprogramming.
Kirk Burkhart, Nick Burton, Shuo Luo and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

Antagonistic cGMP Signaling Pathways Regulate a Heritable Developmental Response to Pathogens.
Nick Burton and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

THE C. ELEGANS LISSENCEPHALY (LIS1)-LIKE GENE lis-1 IS REQUIRED FOR EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT
Ned Buttner and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

THE C. ELEGANS LISSENCEPHALY (LIS1)-LIKE GENE lis-1 IS REQUIRED FOR EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT
Ned Buttner and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

STUDYING HUMAN DISEASE GENES IN C. ELEGANS
Ned Buttner and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

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PAG-3 MAY COUPLE CELL LINEAGE CUES TO TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION THROUGH HETERODIMERIZATION WITH UNC-3 IN DEVELOPING VA AND VB MOTOR NEURONS
Scott Cameron, Brinda Prasad, Joan B. McDermott, Eric Aamodt, Randall R. Reed, and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

pag-3 AND unc-3 INTERACT TO DETERMINE NEURAL FATES IN THE VENTRAL CORD, AND THEIR MAMMALIAN COUNTERPARTS MAY SIMILARLY INTERACT DURING BLOOD CELL DEVELOPMENT
Scott Cameron, Brinda Prasad, Joan B. McDermott, Eric Aamodt, Randall R. Reed, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

pag-3 MAY SPECIFY BOTH NEUROBLAST CELL FATE AND TERMINAL FATES DURING DEVELOPMENT OF THE VENTRAL CORD
Scott Cameron, Joan B. McDermott, Eric Aamodt, and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

A SCREEN FOR MUTATIONS THAT AFFECT PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH IN THE VENTRAL CORD
Scott Cameron, Nancy Tsung, and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

A NEW CLASS OF SYNMUV MUTATIONS IS PREDICTED TO DISRUPT A HISTONE ACETYLTRANSFERASE COMPLEX
Craig Ceol and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

CHARACTERIZATION OF lin-54 AND OTHER GENES THAT NEGATIVELY REGULATE let-60 Ras SIGNALING DURING VULVAL DEVELOPMENT
Craig Ceol and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF lin-35 Rb PATHWAY GENES THAT ANTAGONIZE RAS SIGNALING DURING VULVAL INDUCTION
Craig Ceol and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

lin-55 DP AND AN E2F-LIKE GENE ACT IN THE lin-35 Rb PATHWAY TO ANTAGONIZE let-60 Ras SIGNALING DURING VULVAL INDUCTION
Craig Ceol and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF GENES THAT ACT WITH lin-35 Rb TO NEGATIVELY REGULATE VULVAL INDUCTION
Craig Ceol, Frank Stegmeier, Melissa Harrison, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

THE TRA-1 SEX DETERMINATION PROTEIN REGULATES SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH BY TRANSCRIPTIONALLY REPRESSING THE egl-1 CELL-DEATH ACTIVATOR GENE
Barbara Conradt and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

Analysis of the Function and Dysfunction of the Human Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Gene C9ORF72 Using C. elegans.
Anna Corrionero and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

In vivo Regulation of the Alternative Splicing of the Pro- and Anti- Apoptotic Gene ced-4.
Anna Corrionero and Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Development and Gene Expression, June 2012

In vivo Regulation of the Alternative Splicing of the Pro- and Anti-Apoptotic Gene ced-4.
Anna Corrionero and Bob Horvitz
18th International C. elegans Conference, June 2011

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CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CLASS A SYNMUV PROTEINS LIN-56 AND LIN-15A
Ewa M. Davison, John DeModena, Linda S. Huang, Paul W. Sternberg, and Bob Horvitz
West Coast C. elegans Meeting, August, 2002

ORDERING THE SYNMUV CLASS A PROTEINS: LIN-15A MAY BE IMPORTANT FOR THE NUCLEAR EXPRESSION OF LIN-56
Ewa M. Davison and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CLASS A SYNMUV MULTIVULVA GENES lin-8 and lin-56
Ewa M. Davison and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CLASS A SYNTHETIC MULTIVULVA GENES
Ewa M. Davison and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

Genes Required for Cell Shedding, a Caspase-Independent Mechanism of Programmed Cell Elimination.
Dan Denning and Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Development and Gene Expression, June 2012

Cell Extrusion Is a Caspase-Independent Mechanism for Programmed Cell Elimination in C. elegans.
Dan Denning, Victoria Hatch and Bob Horvitz
18th International C. elegans Conference, June 2011

PIG-1-controlled Asymmetric Cell Divisions promote the Caspase-independent Apoptosis of Cells that Are Shed from the C. elegans Embryo
Dan Denning, Victoria Hatch, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans:Development & Gene Expression Meeting, June 2010

The Caspase Homolog csp-1 Promotes Programmed Cell Death in a Subset of Cells that Die During Development
Dan Denning, Victoria Hatch, Bob Horvitz
Development & Evolution Meeting, June 2008

The Perturbation of Genes that Regulate the Microtubule Cytoskeleton Causes the Appearance of Extra-Embryonic Anucleate Bodies
Dan Denning, Bob Horvitz
16th International C. elegans Conference, June 2007

CHARACTERIZATION OF DETACHED CELLS IN EMBROYOS DEFECTIVE FOR PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH AND CORPSE ENGULFMENT
Dan Denning, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #1, June 2006

CHARACTERIZATION OF ced-3-INDEPENDENT PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH
Dan Denning and Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

ANALYSIS OF MICRORNA INTERACTIONS WITH MRNA TARGET SITES IN THE C. ELEGANS NERVOUS SYSTEM
Dominic M. Didiano, Eric A Miska, Ezequiel Alvarez-Saavedra, Bob Horvitz, Oliver Hobert
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

Regulation of Developmental Timing and Cell-Fate Determination by MAB-10 and LIN-29.
Akiko Doi and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NEW CLASS A SYNTHETIC MULTIVULVA GENES
John Doll, Ewa Davison, and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NEW SYNMUV GENES, INCLUDING lin-61, A CLASS B GENE WITH ROLES IN CELL DIVISION AND MULTIPLE POSTEMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES
John Doll, Xiaowei Lu, and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

CHARACTERIZATION OF NEW GENES REQUIRED FOR THE NEGATIVE REGULATION OF VULVAL INDUCTION, INCLUDING THE NEW CLASS B SYNMUV GENE lin-61
John Doll, Xiaowei Lu, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

ced-11 is Required for the Morphological Appearance of Apoptotic Cell Corpses.
Kaitlin Driscoll, Gillian Stanfield and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

Investigating the Pro-apoptotic Function of ced-9.
Kaitlin Driscoll, Peter Reddien, Brad Hersh and Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Development and Gene Expression, June 2012

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A Comprehensive Expression Map of Lysine Methyltransferases Reveals Germline-specific Function of set-17.
Christoph G. Engert, Alexander van Oudenaarden and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

Use of Single-molecule FISH To Determine Expression Patterns and Functions of C. elegans Lysine Methyltransferases.
Christoph G Engert, Alexander van Oudenaarden and Bob Horvitz
18th International C. elegans Conference, June 2011

Elucidating the Role of Putative Histone Lysine Methyltransferases in C. elegans by Combining Expression and Genetic Analyses
Christoph Engert, Bob Horvitz and Alexander van Oudenaarden
C. elegans: Development and Gene Expression Meeting, June 2010

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Characterization of a Novel Conserved Protein Possibly Involved in Synaptic Vesicle Exocytosis
Allan Froehlich, Daniel Omura, Nicolas Paquin, Bob Horvitz
Neuronal Development, Synaptic Function & Behavior, July 2008

A Novel Conserved Gene that Might Be Involved in Synaptic Vesicle Release
Allan Froehlich, Bob Horvitz
16th International C. elegans Conference, June 2007

A SURVEY OF TRP CHANNELS FOR FUNCTION IN C. ELEGANS TEMPERATURE-REGULATED BEHAVIORS
Allan Froelich, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #1, June 2006

AN ATTEMPT TO DEVELOOP HOMOLOGOUS GENE TARGETING IN C. ELEGANS USING POSITIVE/NEGATIVE SELECTION AND A STRAIN DEFICIENT IN NONHOMOLOGOUS END-JOINING
Allan Froehlich and Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

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CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CELL DEATHS CAUSED BY MUTATIONS IN lin-24 AND lin-33
Brendan Galvin, Saechin Kim, Erika Hartwieg, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

TWO MODIFIER SCREENS FOR NEW GENES INVOLVED IN PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH
Brendan D. Galvin, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

TWO MODIFIER SCREENS FOR NEW GENES INVOLVED IN PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH
Brendan Galvin, Peter Reddien, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

A ced-4 SUPPRESSION SCREEN TO INDENTIFY NEW GENES INVOLVED IN PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH
Brendan Galvin, Scott Cameron, and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

TWO SCREENS FOR NEW GENES INVOLVED IN PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH
Brendan Galvin, Scott Cameron, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

GENETIC AND MOLECULAR ANALYSES OF ced-8, WHICH CONTROLS THE TIME OF APPEARANCE OF CELL CORPSES
Brendan Galvin and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

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The Conserved NAB family Transcriptional Co-factor mab-10 Acts with the Heterochronic Gene lin-29 to Regulate Terminal Differentiation in Hypodermal Lineages
David Harris and Bob Horvitz
17th International C. elegans Conference, June 2009

The Heterochronic Gene mab-10 Acts with lin-29 to Regulate Terminal Differentiation in Hypodermal Lineages
David Harris, Victoria Hatch, Bob Horvitz
Development & Evolution Meeting, June 2008

mab-10, a Heterochronic Gene Required For the Terminal Differentiation of Hypodermal Cells and the Cessation of Molting, Encodes a Member of the NAB Family of Transcription Factors
David Harris, Bob Horvitz
16th International C. elegans Conference, June 2007

PROGRESS TOWARDS CLONING mab-10, A HETEROCHRONIC GENE REQUIRED FOR THE PROPER TIMING OF THE L4/ADULT TRANSITION IN MALES
David Harris, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #1, June 2006

A NEW GENETIC SCREEN FOR HERMAPHRODITES WITH INAPPROPRIATELY SURVIVING CEM NEURONS
David Harris and Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

C. ELEGANS SYNMUV PROTEINS FORM AT LEAST TWO PUTATIVE CHROMATIN REGULATORY COMPLEXES
Melissa M Harrison, Craig Ceol, Xiaowei Lu, and Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

ANALYSIS OF SYNMUV PROTEIN COMPLEXES IN VIVO AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CLASS B SYNMUV GENE lin-61
Melissa M Harrison, Xiaowei Lu, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

FUNCTIONAL STUDIES OF THE CLASS B SYNMUVS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CLASS B SYNMUV GENE lin-61
Melissa Harrison, Xiaowei Lu, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

FUNCTIONAL STUDIES OF THE CLASS B SYNMUVS REQUIRED FOR THE NEGATIVE REGULATION OF VULVAL INDUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL CLASS B SYNMUV GENE
Melissa Harrison and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

FUNCTIONAL STUDIES OF THE CLASS B SYNMUVS, GENES REQUIRED FOR NEGATIVE REGULATION OF VULVAL INDUCTION, AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CLASS B SYNMUV GENE lin-61
Melissa Harrison, Xiaowei Lu, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

A PROTOCOL FOR THE USE OF ELECTRON MICROSCOPY IN STUDIES OF AXONAL PATHFINDING
Erika Hartwieg, Peter Reddien, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

A SCREEN FOR ESSENTIAL CELL-DEATH GENES
Anna Heineman and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

C. ELEGANS MUTANTS IN THE muc-1 GENE PROVIDE A MODEL FOR THE HUMAN LYSOSOMAL STORAGE DISEASE MUCOLIPIDOSIS TYPE IV
Brad Hersh, Erika Hartwieg, and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

n3194, IDENTIFIED IN A SCREEN FOR SUPPRESSORS OF ced-9 (n1950), MAY BE REQUIRED FOR CELL VIABILITY
Brad Hersh, Erika Hartwieg, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

n3194, IDENTIFIED IN A SCREEN FOR SUPRESSORS OF ced-9 (n1950), MAY DEFINE AN ION CHANNEL REQUIRED FOR CELL VIABILITY
Brad Hersh, Erika Hartwieg, and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

CED-9 AND EGL-1 REGULATE THE SUBCELLULAR LOCALIZATION OF CED-4
Brad Hersh, Fangli Chen, Barbara Conradt, Zheng Zhou, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

CED-9 AND EGL-1 REGULATE THE SUBCELLULAR LOCALIZATION OF CED-4
Brad Hersh, Fangli Chen, Barbara Conradt, Zheng Zhou, and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

SEROTONIN AND FLP-1 NEUROPEPTIDE SIGNALING MEDIATE THE ENHANCED SLOWING RESPONSE
Megan Higginbotham, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #2, July 2006

GENES INVOLVED IN SEROTONERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION
Megan Higginbotham and Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

GENES INVOLVED IN SEROTONERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION
Megan Higginbotham, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

A MOD-5 SUPPRESSION SCREEN FOR GENES INVOLVED IN SEROTONERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION
Megan A. Higginbotham, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

A mod-5 SUPPRESSION SCREEN FOR GENES INVOLVED IN SEROTONERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION
Megan Higginbotham, Rajesh Ranganathan, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

A mod-5 SUPPRESSION SCREEN FOR GENES INVOLVED IN SEROTONERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION
Megan Higginbotham, Rajesh Ranganathan, Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

Translational Regulators GCN-1 and ABCF-3 Maternally Contribute to General Programmed Cell Death.
Takashi Hirose and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

SPTF-3 SP1 and PIG-1 MELK Function in Distinct Pathways To Promote M4 Neuron Cell-type Specific Programmed Cell Death.
Takashi Hirose and Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Development and Gene Expression, June 2012

The Sp1 Family Transcription Factor SPTF-3 Promotes M4 Sister Cell Death through egl-1 Expression in the M4 Sister Cell.
Takashi Hirose and Bob Horvitz
18th International C. elegans Conference, June 2011

egl-1-Dependent and Independent Pathways Cooperate to Control M4 Sister Cell Death
Takashi Hirose, Brendan Galvin and Bob Horvitz
17th International C. elegans Conference, June 2009

A Genetic Pathway for M4 Sister Cell Death
Takashi Hirose, Brendan Galvin, Bob Horvitz
Development & Evolution Meeting, June 2008

CEH-34 is Required for M4 Sister Cell Death and Pharyngeal Development
Takashi Hirose, Bob Horvitz
16th International C. elegans Conference, June 2007

A SCREEN FOR MUTANTS DEFECTIVE IN THE SPECIFICAITON OF M4 SISTER CELL DEATH
Takashi Hirose, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #1, June 2006

adc-1 MUTANTS FORAGE HILE MOVING BACKWARDS
Melissa Hunter-Ensor and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

HISTAMINE: A POSSIBLE NEUROMODULATOR IN C. ELEGANS
Melissa Hunter-Ensor and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

NEUROMODULATION IN C. ELEGANS AND unc-34 SUPPRESSORS
Melissa Hunter-Ensor and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

sli-1 Cbl Opposes the Engulfment of Apoptotic Cells.
Michael E. Hurwitz, Courtney Anderson and Bob Horvitz
18th International C. elegans Conference, June 2011

abl-1 Suppresses the Engulfment of Apoptotic Cells through a Novel Pathway that Contains abi-1
Mike Hurwitz, Pam Vanderzalm, Laird Bloom, Julia Goldman, Gian Garriga, Bob Horvitz
Development & Evolution Meeting, June 2008

abl-1 Opposes the Engulfment of Apoptotic Cells
Michael Hurwitz, Pam Vanderzalm, Laird Bloom, Julia Den Uyl, Gian Garriga, Bob Horvitz
16th International C. elegans Conference, June 2007

A SCREEN FOR GENES SYNTHETICALLY LETHAL WITH lin-35 RB
Michael Hurwitz, Julia Den Uyl, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #1, June 2006

A SCREEN FOR GENES SYNTHETICALLY LETHAL WITH lin-35 RB
Michael E. Hurwitz, Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

A SCREEN FOR GENES SYNTHETICALLY LETHAL WITH lin-35 Rb
Mike Hurwitz, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

A SCREEN FOR GENES SYNTHETICALLY LETHAL WITH lin-35
Mike Hurwitz, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

A SCREEN FOR GENES SYNTHETICALLY LETHAL WITH lin-35 Rb
Mike Hurwitz and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

SQV-4 UDP-GLUCOSE DEHYDROGENASE IS TEMPORALLY AND SPATIALLY REGULATED TO CONTROL C. ELEGANS VULVAL MORPHOGENESIS
Ho-Yon Hwang and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

A PROTEOGLYCAN BIOSYNTHETIC PATHWAY INVOLVED IN C. ELEGANS EMBRYOGENESIS AND VULVAL MORPHOGENESIS AND IN HUMAN AGING DISORDERS
Ho-Yon Hwang and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

NUCLEOTIDE-SUGAR BIOSYNTHESIS AND GLYCOSYLATION ARE INVOLVED IN VULVAL MORPHOGENESIS
Ho-Yon Hwang and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

DEFECTS IN GAG BIOSYNTHESIS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE C. ELEGANS Sqv PHENOTYPE AND HUMAN EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROME
Ho-Yon Hwang, Tory Herman, Patricia Berninsone, Carlos Hirschberg, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

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egl-41, WHICH MAY ACT IN SEX DETERMINATION, IS IDENTICAL TO sel-10, WHICH ENCODES AN F-BOX PROTEIN AND NEGATIVE REGULATOR OF lin-12/Notch
Sibylle Jager, Hillel Schwartz, Bob Horvitz, Barbara Conradt
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

Assisted Suicide: a Caspase- and Engulfment-dependent Cell Death.
Holly Johnsen and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

A Screen for Genes Involved in Engulfment-dependent Cell Death.
Holly L. Johnsen and H.R. Horvitz
18th International C. elegans Conference, June 2011

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FLP-18 Neuropeptide Signaling Functions to Increase C. elegans Body Curvature
Yin Li, Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
Neuronal Development, Synaptic Function & Behavior, July 2008

FLP-18 Neuropeptide Signaling Can Modulate C. elegans Locomotion.
Yin Li, Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
16th International C. elegans Conference, June 2007

Sensory Nerve Ending Regeneration during Development of the C. elegans Dopaminergic PDE Neurons.
Xuemin Lu, Tori Hatch, Rita Droste and Robert Horvitz
18th International C. elegans Conference, June 2011

A Neuron from Mesoderm: A Likely Case of in vivo Neuronal Reprogramming.
Shuo Luo and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

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Discovering Conserved Mechanisms of Protection against Ischemia-reperfusion Injury Using a Novel C. elegans Behavioral Model.
Dengke K. Ma and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

Pre-mRNA Splicing Factors and a Novel Nuclear Protein Interact to Regulate Rubberband Unc Gene Activity
Long Ma, H. Robert Horvitz
Development & Evolution Meeting, June 2008

New Suppressors of unc-93(e1500sd) Locomotory Defects Affect Genes Encoding Critical pre-mRNA Splicing Factors
Long Ma, Bob Horvitz
16th International C. elegans Conference, June 2007

GENETIC SCREEN FOR AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL SUPPRESSORS OF MUTATIONS AFFECTING THE SUP-9/SUP-10/UNC-93 TWO-PORE DOMAIN K+ CHANNEL COMPLEX
Long Ma, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #1, June 2006

GENETIC SCREEN FOR AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL SUPPRESSORS OF THE SUP-9/SUP-10/UNC-93 TWO-PORE DOMAIN K+ CHANNEL COMPLEX
Long Ma, Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

GENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE PUTATIVE SUP-9/SUP-10/UNC-93 TWO-PORE DOMAIN K+ CHANNEL COMPLEX
Long Ma, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE MICRORNA GENES OF C. ELEGANS
Eric A Miska, Ezequiel Alvarez-Saavedra, Allison L Abbott, Andrew Hellman, Nelson Lau, David Bartel, Victor Ambros, Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE MICRORNA GENES OF C. ELEGANS
Eric A Miska, Ezequiel Alvarez-Saavedra, Allison L Abbott, Andrew B Hellman, Nelson C Lau, David P Bartel, Victor Ambros, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

MUTANT PHENOTYPES OF THE MICRO RNA GENES OF C. ELEGANS
Eric A. Miska, Ezequiel Alvarez-Saavedra, Allison Abbott, Nelson Lau, David P. Bartel, Victor Ambros, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE MICRORNA GENES OF C. ELEGANS
Eric Miska, Ezequiel Alvarez-Saavedra, Allison Abbott, Nelson C. Lau, David P. Bartel, Victor Ambros, and Bob Horvitz
European C. elegans Meeting, May, 2002

GENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE NICTATION BEHAVIOR OF DAUER LARVAE
Eric Miska and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

 

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Replication-Coupled Nucleosome Assembly Is Required to Generate a Bilateral Asymmetry in the C. elegans Nervous System.
Shunji Nakano, Bruce Stillman and Bob Horvitz
18th International C. elegans Conference, June 2011

ngn-1 and hlh-2 Are Required for a Left-Right Asymmetric Neurogenesis Decision
Shunji Nakano, Ronald Ellis and Bob Horvitz
17th International C. elegans Conference, June 2009

Two bHLH Transcription Factors Are Required for Breaking Symmetry in a Left-Right Asymmetric Cell Lineage
Shunji Nakano, Ronald Ellis, Bob Horvitz
Development & Evolution Meeting, June 2008

Mutations that Restore Symmetry in a Left-Right Asymmetric Cell Lineage
Shunji Nakano, Ronald E. Ellis, Victoria Hatch, Bob Horvitz
16th International C. elegans Conference, June 2007

GENETIC SCREENS FOR GENES INVOLVED IN LEFT-RIGHT ASYMMETRIC PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH
Shunji Nakano, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #1, June 2006

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Regulation of Dopamine Signaling in the Modulation of Locomotion
Robert O'Hagan, Bob Horvitz
16th International C. elegans Conference, June 2007

REGULATION OF DOPAMINE SIGNALING IN THE MODULATION OF LOCOMOTION
Robert O'Hagan, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #2, July 2006

INSULIN AND NPR-1 NEUROPEPTIDE SIGNALING MUTANTS ARE DEFECTIVE IN THE ENHANCED SLOWING RESPONSE INDUCED BY FOOD DEPRIVATION
Daniel Omura, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #2, July 2006

INSULIN AND NEUROPEPTIDE SIGNALING MUTANTS ARE DEFECTIVE IN THE ENHANCED SLOWING RESPONSE INDUCED BY FOOD DEPRIVATION
Daniel Omura and Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

SOME DAUER FORMATION, SOCIAL FEEDING, AND CHEMOTAXIS MUTANTS ARE ABNORMAL IN THE ENHANCED SLOWING RESPONSE
Daniel Omura, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

MUTATIONS THAT CAUSE FOOD-DEPRIVED BEHAVIOR IN WELL-FED ANIMALS
Daniel Omura, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

MUTATIONS THAT CAUSE FOOD-DEPRIVED BEHAVIOR IN WELL-FED ANIMAL
Daniel Omura and Bob Horvitz
West Coast C. elegans Meeting, August, 2002

FOOD-DEPRIVATION AND MODULATION OF BEHAVIOR: mod-6 AND A SCREEN FOR NEW GENES
Daniel Omura, Rajesh Ranganathan, and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

FOOD DEPRIVATION AND MODULATION OF LOCOMOTORY BEHAVIOR: mod-6 AND A SCREEN FOR NEW GENES
Daniel Omura, Rajesh Ranganathan, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

A SCREEN FOR MUTATIONS THAT AFFECT THE LOCALIZATION OF CED-4
Daniel Omura, Brad Hersh, Fangli Chen, and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

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C44B9.1 Encodes an Evolutionarily Conserved Presynaptic Protein that Regulates C. elegans Behavior.
Nicolas Paquin, Allan Froehlich, Daniel Omura and Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Neuronal Development, Synaptic Function & Behavior, June 2012

The Novel Conserved Gene C44B9.1 Regulates C. elegans Behavior through G Protein Signaling and Likely Regulates Synaptic Vesicle Release.
N. Paquin, A. Froehlich, D. Omura and H.R. Horvitz
18th International C. elegans Conference, June 2011

C44B9.1 Is a Novel Conserved Neuronal Protein Likely Involved in Synaptic Vesicle Exocytosis
Nicolas Paquin, Allan Froehlich, Daniel Omura and Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Neuronal Development, Synaptic Function & Behavior Meeting, June 2010

Characterization of a Novel Conserved Neuronal Protein Possibly Involved in Synaptic Vesicle Exocytosis
Nicolas Paquin, Allan Froehlich, Daniel Omura and Bob Horvitz
17th International C. elegans Conference, June 2009

Regulation of the Egg-laying Behavioral Response to Hypoxia.
Cory Pender and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

THE PUTATIVE REGULATORY SUBUNITS SUP-10 AND SUP-18 REGULATE THE SUP-9 TWO-PORE K+ CHANNEL THROUGH A MECHANISM THAT IS DISTINCT FROM THAT OF THE UNC-93 SUBUNIT
Ignacio Perez de la Cruz and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

CHARACTERIZING THE NEURONAL FUNCTION OF THE SUP-9/SUP-10/UNC-93 TWO-PORE K+ CHANNEL COMPLEX
Ignacio Perez de la Cruz and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

CHARACTERIZATION OF sup-11 AND sup-18, TWO REGULATORS OF THE SUP-9/SUP-10/UNC-93 TWO-PORE POTASSIUM CHANNEL COMPLEX
Ignacio Perez de la Cruz and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

SUP-9 AND SUP-18 MAY BE COMPONENTS OF A K+ CHANNEL INVOLVED IN THE REGULATION OF MUSCLE CONTRACTION
Ignacio Perez de la Cruz, Stephen C. Cannon, and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

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mod-1 AND mod-5 CONTROL SEROTONERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION AND EXPERIENCE-DEPENDENT MODULATION OF LOCOMOTORY BEHAVIOR
Rajesh Ranganathan, Megan Higginbotham, Beth Sawin, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

AN IONOTROPHIC SEROTONIN RECEPTOR AND A SEROTONIN REUPTAKE TRANSPORTER ARE INVOLVED IN EXPERIENCE-DEPENDENT MODULATION OF BEHAVIOR
Rajesh Ranganathan, Stephen C. Cannon, and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

A CED-2/Crk-II, CED-5/DOCK180, CED-10/Rac PATHWAY CONTROLS CELL-CORPSE ENGULFMENT AND CELL MIGRATION
Peter Reddien and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

C. ELEGANS rac GENES CONTROL AXON GUIDANCE, CELL MIGRATION, AND CELL-CORPSE ENGULFMENT
Peter Reddien, Erik Lundquist, Erika Hartwieg, Cori Bargmann, and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

THE CED-2 CrkII, CED-5 DOCK180, CED-10 Rac PATHWAY CONTROLS CELL-CORPSE ENGULFMENT AND CELL MIGRATION, AND CED-10 FUNCTIONS REDUNDANTLY WITH THE MIG-2 RHO-TYPE GTPASE TO CONTROL AXON GUIDANCE
Peter Reddien, Erik Lundquist, Erika Hartwieg, Cori bargmann, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

THE ENGULFMENT OF DYING CELLS CONTRIBUTES TO THE KILLING PROCESS OF PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH
Peter Reddien, Scott Cameron, and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

TWO NEW CELL-DEATH GENES AND ENGULFMENT CONTRIBUTE TO CELL KILLING
Peter Reddien, Scott Cameron, Michael Huang, and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

TWO NEW CELL-DEATH GENES AND CELL-CORPSE ENGULFMENT GENES BOTH CONTRIBUTE TO CELL KILLING
Peter Reddien, Scott Cameron, Michael Huang, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

The BAG Sensory Neurons are Activated by Environmental Carbon Dioxide
Niels Ringstad, Elissa Hallem, Paul Sternberg and Bob Horvitz
17th International C. elegans Conference, June 2009

Inward Rectifier Potassium Channels Inhibit C. elegans Egg Laying and Locomotion
Niels Ringstad and Bob Horvitz
17th International C. elegans Conference, June 2009

Some C. elegans Ligand-gated Chloride Channels Are Receptors for Biogenic Amines
Niels Ringstad, Namiko Abe, Bob Horvitz
Neuronal Development, Synaptic Function & Behavior, July 2008

A Pair of Presumptive Sensory Neurons Inhibits C. elegans Egg-laying Behavior
Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
Neuronal Development, Synaptic Function & Behavior, July 2008

TWO DISTINCT CLASSES OF POTASSIUM CHANNELS INHIBIT C. ELEGANS EGG LAYING
Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #2, July 2006

A FMRF AMIDE NEUROPEPTIDE SIGNALING PATHWAY AND ACETYLCHOLINE NEGATIVELY REGULATE C. ELEGANS EGG-LAYING BEHAVIOR
Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #2, July 2006

INHIBITION OF C. ELEGANS EGG-LAYING BEHAVIOR BY NEUROPEPTIDE SIGNALING PATHWAYS
Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

MODULATION OF C. ELEGANS EGG-LAYING BEHAVIOR BY THE ENVIRONMENT AND EXPERIENCE
Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

MODULATION OF C. ELEGANS EGG-LAYING BEHAVIOR BY THE ENVIRONMENT AND EXPERIENCE
Niels Ringstad, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

MODULATION OF C. ELEGANS EGG-LAYING BEHAVIOR BY THE ENVIRONMENT AND EXPERIENCE
Niels Ringstad and Bob Horvitz
West Coast C. elegans Meeting, August, 2002

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A New Class A SynMuv Mutation Is a lin-3(gf) Allele that Causes Increased lin-3 mRNA Levels
Adam Saffer, Bob Horvitz
Development & Evolution Meeting, June 2008

A New Class A SynMuv Mutation is a lin-3(gf) Allele That Causes Increased lin-3 mRNA Levels
Adam Saffer, Bob Horvitz
16th International C. elegans Conference, June 2007

THE ESSENTIAL CLASS A SYNMUV GENE lin-38 ENCODES A NOVEL ZINC-FINGER PROTEIN
Adam Saffer, Bob Horvitz
C. elegans Topic Meeting #1, June 2006

PROGRESS TOWARDS THE CLONING OF lin-38 AND IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL CLASS A SYNMUV GENES
Adam Saffer, Ewa Davison, Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

PROGRESS TOWARDS THE CLONING OF lin-38 AND IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL CLASS A SYNMUV GENES
Adam Saffer, Ewa Davison, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

lgc-40 Encodes a Choline-gated Chloride Channel Subunit Expressed in Neurons and Muscles.
Steve Sando and Bob Horvitz
19th International C. elegans Conference, June 2013

The BarH Class Homeodomain Gene ceh-30 Controls Sexually Dimorphic CEM Neuron Survival Independently of CED-9 Bcl-2
Hillel Schwartz, Bob Horvitz
Development & Evolution Meeting, June 2008

Mutations in selected synMuv genes cause the green pharynx phenotype of transcriptional derepression
Hillel Schwartz, Dawn Wendell, Bob Horvitz
16th International C. elegans Conference, June 2007

THE BARH CLASS HOMEODOMAIN GENE ceh-30 IS DIRECTLY REGULATED BY TRA-1 TO SPECIFY THE SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC SURVIVAL OF THE CEM NEURONS
Hillel Schwartz, Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

THE "GREEN PHARYNX" PHENOTYPE OF TRANSGENE MISEXPRESSION SHOWS SYNMUV GENES ACTING IN DIFFERENT PROCESSES CAN ACT IN DIFFERENT COMBINATIONS
Hillel Schwartz, Dawn Wendell, Bob Horvitz
15th International C. elegans Conference, June 2005

THE BarH CLASS HOMEODOMAIN GENE ceh-30 IS DIRECTLY REGULATED BY tra-1 TO SPECIFY THE SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC SURVIVAL OF THE CEM NEURONS
Hillel Schwartz, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

THE "GREEN PHARYNX" PHENOTYPE OF TRANSGENE MISEXPRESSION YIELDS NEW INSIGHT INTO THE SYNMUV GENES
Hillel Schwartz, Dawn Wendell, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

THE GREEN PHARYNX PHENOTYPE OF TRANSGENE MISEXPRESSION YIELDS NEW INSIGHT INTO THE SYNMUV GENES
Hillel Schwartz, Dawn Wendell, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

THE BARH CLASS HOMOEODOMAIN GENE ceh-30 IS DIRECTLY REGULATED BY tra-1 TO SPECIFY THE SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC SURVIVAL OF THE CEM NEURONS
Hillel Schwartz, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

A NOVEL PHENOTYPE OF TRANSGENE MISEXPRESSION YIELDS NEW INSIGHT INTO THE SYNMUV GENES
Hillel Schwartz, Dawn Wendell, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

A GENETIC PATHWAY FOR THE CONTROL OF THE SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC DEATHS OF CEM NEURONS
Hillel Schwartz and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2002

IDENTIFICATION OF TWO GENES THAT CONTROL THE SURVIVAL OF THE MALE-SPECIFIC CEM NEURONS
Hillel Schwartz and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

A SCREEN FOR MUTANTS DEFECTIVE IN THE SPECIFICATION OF THE PROGRAMMED CELL DEATHS OF THE MALE-SPECIFIC CEM NEURONS
Hillel Schwartz and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

A SCREEN FOR MUTANTS DEFECTIVE IN THE SPECIFICATION OF PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH IN THE POSTDEIRID LINEAGE
Hillel Schwartz and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

THE SURVIVIN-LIKE C. ELEGANS PROTEIN BIR-1 ACTS WITH THE AURORA-LIKE KINASE AIR-2 TO MEDIATE CHROMOSOME BEHAVIOR AND SPINDLE MIDZONE FORMATION
Liz Speliotes, Anthony Uren, David Vaux, and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

THE INHIBITOR-OF-APOPTOSIS (IAP)-LIKE PROTEIN BIR-1 IS REQUIRED FOR CYTOKINESIS
E. K. Speliotes, A. Uren, D. Vaux, and H. R. Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

ANALYSIS OF DOWNSTREAM EVENTS IN THE PATHWAY FOR PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH
Gillian Stanfield, Yi-Chun Wu, Erika Hartwieg, and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

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Genetic Screens for New Genes Involved in C. elegans Aging
Simona Tescu, Ala Berdichevsky, Bob Horvitz
Aging, Stress and Parthogenesis Meeting, August, 2008

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GENETIC SCREENS FOR SUPPRESSORS OF THE ceh-30(n3714gf) PHENOTYPE OF INAPPROPRIATE SURVIVAL OF THE MALE-SPECIFIC CEM NEURONS IN HERMAPHRODITES
Johanna Varner, Hillel Schwartz, Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2004

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ced-7 MIGHT BE INVOLVED IN ced-3-INDEPENDENT PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH
Fang Xie, Bob Horvitz
14th International C. elegans Conference, June 2003

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THE CELL-CORPSE ENGULFMENT PROTEIN CED-1 IS A TRANSMEMBRANE RECEPTOR THAT RECOGNIZES CELL CORPSES
Zheng Zhou and Bob Horvitz
East Coast C. elegans Meeting, June 2000

CED-12, A COMPONENT OF A RHO/RAC GTPASE SIGNALING PATHWAY, REGULATES CYTOSKELEAL REORGANIZATION AND CONTROLS CELL-CORPSE ENGULFMENT AND CELL MIGRATION IN C. ELEGANS
Zheng Zhou, Emmanuelle Caron, Angell Shieh, Erika Hartwieg, Alan Hall, and Bob Horvitz
13th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 2001

THE CELL-CORPSE ENGULFMENT GENE ced-1 ENCODES A TRANSMEMBRANE RECEPTOR THAT MAY ACT TO RECOGNIZE DYING CELLS
Zheng Zhou and Bob Horvitz
12th International C. elegans Meeting, June, 1999

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