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Peer Reviewed Original Contributions
(Publications since last appointment, promotion or reappointment are marked with an asterisk) 

1.	Marlow F, Zwartkruis F, Malicki J, Neuhauss SC, Abbas L, Weaver M, Driever W, Solnica-Krezel L.  Functional interactions of genes mediating convergent extension, knypek and trilobite, during the partitioning of the eye primordium in zebrafish. Developmental Biology 1998 Nov 15; 203(2): 382-99. PMID: 9808788
2.	Sepich DS, Myers DC, Short R, Topczewski J, Marlow F, Solnica-Krezel L.  Role of the Zebrafish trilobite Locus in Gastrulation Movements of Convergence and Extension. Genesis 2000 Aug 27; (4): 159-173. 
3.	Marlow F, Topczewski J, Sepich D, Solnica-Krezel L.  Zebrafish Rho Kinase 2 Acts Downstream of Wnt11 to Mediate Cell Polarity and Effective Convergence and Extension Movements. Current Biology 2002 Jun 4; 12(11): 876-84. PMID: 12062050.
4.	Jessen JR, Topczewski J, Bingham S, Sepich DS, Marlow F, Chandrasekhar A, Solnica-Krezel L.  Zebrafish trilobite identifies new roles for Strabismus in gastrulation and neuronal movements.  Nat Cell Biol. 2002 Aug 4; (8): 610-5. PMID: 12105418.
5.    	Marlow F*, Gonzalez EM*, Yin C, Rojo C, and Solnica Krezel L.  No tail cooperates with non-canonical Wnt signaling to regulate posterior body morphogenesis in zebrafish.  Development 2003 Dec 3; (131): 203-216.
	*equal authorship.
6.	Blaser H, Reichman-Fried M, Castanon I, Dumstrei K, Marlow FL, Kawakami  K, Solnica-Krezel L, Heisenberg C-P, and Raz E. Migration of Zebrafish Primordial Germ Cells: a Role for Myosin Contraction and Cytoplasmic Flow. Developmental Cell 2006 Nov 11; (5): 613-27. PMID: 17084355.  
7.	Marlow FL and Mullins MC. Bucky ball functions in Balbiani body assembly and animal-vegetal polarity in the oocyte and follicle cell layer in zebrafish. Dev. Bio.  2008 Sep 1; 321(1): 40-50.  Published online June 9 2008. PMID: 18582455.
8.	Alvarez-Delfin, K, Morris AC, Snelson C, Burgess H, Gupta T, Marlow F, Gamse JT, Mullins, MC, and Fadool JM. tbx2b is required for ultraviolet photoreceptor cell specification during zebrafish retinal development. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009 Feb 10; 106 (6): 2023-8. PMID: 19179291.
9.	Bontems F*, Stein A*, Marlow F*, Lyautey J, Gupta T, Mullins MC and Dosch R. Bucky ball organizes germ plasm assembly in the zebrafish oocyte. Current Biology. 2009. Feb 25; 19: 414-422 *Co-first authors. PMID: 19249209.
10.	Mei W, Lee KW, Marlow FL, Miller AL, and Mullins MC. hnRNP I/brom bones is required for Ca2+-mediated egg activation in the zebrafish. Development. 2009 Sept;136 (17):3007-17. PMID: 19666827.
11.	Nojima H, Röthhämel S, Shimizu T, Kim C, Yonemura S, Marlow FL & Hibi M.  Syntabulin, a linker of the motor protein, controls dorsal determination in zebrafish embryos. Development. 2010; Feb; 137: 923-933. PMID: 20150281.
12.	Gupta T, Marlow FL, Ferriola D, Mackiewicz K, Dapprich J, Monos D, Mullins MC.  Microtubule Actin Crosslinking Factor 1 Regulates Balbiani Body Function and Animal-Vegetal Polarity of the Zebrafish Oocyte.  PLoS Genetics 2010 Aug 19; 6(8):e1001073. PMID: 20808893.
13.	Soriano del Amo D, Wang W, Jiang H, Besanceney C, Yan A, Levy M, Liu Y, Marlow FL and Wu P. Dynamic in vivo imaging using biocompatible copper (I) catalysts. JACs. 2010 Nov; 132: 16893. PMID: 21062072.
14.	Zheng T, Jiang H, Gros M, Soriano del Amo D, Sundaram S, Lauvau G, Marlow FL, Stanley P, and Wu P.  Tracking of N-acetyllactosamine-bearing glycans on the cell surface in vivo. Angewandte Chemie. 2011; March. 
DOI: 10.1002/anie.201100265. PMID: 21472942.
15.	Jiang H, Feng L, Soriano del Amo D, Marlow FL, and Wu P.  Imaging glycans in zebrafish embryos by metabolic labeling and bioorthogonal click chemistry. J Vis Exp. 2011 Jun 6;(52). pii: 2686. doi: 10.3791/2686. PMID: 21673647.
16.	Besanceney C, Jiang H, Zheng T, Feng L, Soriano Del Amo D, Wang W, Klivansky L, Liu Y, Marlow F, Wu P.  Raising the Efficacy of Bioorthogonal Click Reactions for Bioconjugation: A Comparative Study. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 2011 Jul 14. doi: 10.1002/anie.201101817. [Epub ahead of print]. PMID: 21761519.
17.	EuaClaire SF, Cui S, Ma L, Marous J, Marlow FL, Gupta T, Burgess HA, Abrams EW, Kapp LD, Granato M, Mullins MC, Matthews RP.  Mutations in vacuolar H+ATPase subunits lead to biliary developmental defects in zebrafish.  Dev Biol. 2012 May 15; 365 (2): 434-44. Epub 2012 Mar 16. PMID: 22465374. 
18.	Abrams EW, Zhang H, Marlow FL, Kapp L, and Mullins MC.  Brambleberry, a novel nuclear envelope associated protein, regulates nuclear membrane fusion during cleavage stage development. Cell. 2012 Aug 3; 150(3) pp. 521 – 532.  
19.	Santos-Ledo A, Jenny A, Marlow FL. Comparative gene expression analysis of the fmnl family of formins during zebrafish embryogenesis and implications for tissue specific functions. Gene Expression Patterns. Epub: 2012 Oct 13. 2013 Jan-Feb;13(1-2):30-7. doi: 10.1016/j.gep.2012.09.002. 
20.	Nair S, Marlow FL, Abrams E, Kapp L, Mullins MC, Pelegri F.  The Chromosomal Passenger Protein Birc5b Organizes Microfilaments and Germ Plasm in the Zebrafish Embryo. PLoS Genetics 2013 April; 9(4): e1003448. Published online 2013 April 18. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1003448PMCID: PMC3630083.
21.	Li X, Roszko I, Sepich DS, Ni M, Hamm H, Marlow FL*, Solnica-Krezel L.* The adhesion GPCR Gpr125 modulates Dishevelled distribution and planar cell polarity signaling. Development. 2013 Jul;140(14):3028-39. doi: 10.1242/dev.094839. PMID: 23821037 *cocorresponding authors. 
22.	Campbell, PD, Marlow FL, Analysis of zebrafish kinesin-1 kif5 heavy chain genes during zebrafish development. Gene Expression Patterns. Epub 2013 May 15.  2013 Oct;13(7):271-9. doi: 10.1016/j.gep.2013.05.002. 
23.	Zaucker A, Mercurio S, Sternheim N, Talbot WS, Marlow FL.  notch3 is essential for oligodendrocyte development and vascular integrity in zebrafish.  Disease Models and Mechanisms. 2013 Sep;6(5):1246-59. doi: 10.1242/dmm.012005. Epub 2013 May 29.
24.	Kapp LD, Abrams EW, Marlow FL, Mullins MC. The Integrator Complex Subunit 6 (Ints6) is a Negative Regulator of the Vertebrate Organizer. PloS Genetics. 2013 Oct. 31. Doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1003822.
25.	*Heim A, Rothhämel S, Hartung O, Ferriera, E Jenny A, Marlow FL. Oocyte polarity requires a Bucky ball dependent feedback amplification loop. Development. 2014 Feb;141(4):842-54. doi: 10.1242/dev.090449.PMID: 24496621
26.	*Jiang H, Zheng T, Lopez-Aguilar A, Feng L, Kopp F, Marlow FL, Wu P.Monitoring Dynamic Glycosylation in Vivo Using Super-sensitive Click Chemistry. Bioconjug Chem. 2014 Feb 5. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 24499412
27.	*Ge X, Grotjahn D, Welch E, Lyman-Gingerich J, Holguin C, Dimitrova E, Abrams EW, Gupta T, Marlow FL, Yabe T, Adler A, Mullins MC, Pelegri F. Hecate/Grip2a acts to reorganize the cytoskeleton in the symmetry-breaking event of embryonic axis induction. PLoS genetics. 2014;10(6):e1004422. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1004422. PubMed PMID: 24967891.
28.	*Hartung O, Forbes MM, Marlow FL. Zebrafish vasa is required for germ cell differentiation and maintenance. Mol Reprod Dev. 2014 Sep 25. doi: 10.1002/mrd.22414. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 25257909.
29.	*Feng L, Jiang H, Wu P, Marlow FL. Negative feedback regulator of Wnt signaling via N-linked fucosylation in zebrafish.  Dev Biol. 2014 Sep 18. pii: S0012-1606(14)00467-9. doi: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2014.09.010. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 25238963.
30.	*Campbell PD, Shen K, Sapio M, Glenn T, Talbot WS, Marlow FL. Unique function of Kinesin Kif5A in localization of mitochondria in axons. The Journal of Neuroscience, 29 October 2014, 34(44):14717-14732; doi:10.1523/
  	JNEUROSCI.2770-14.2014. 
31.	*Campbell PD, Chao JA, Singer RH, Marlow FL. Dynamic visualization of transcription and RNA subcellular localization in zebrafish. Development. 2015 Sep 1;142(17):2996-3008. doi: 10.1242/dev.124586. Epub 2015 Aug 7. PMID: 26253407.
32.	*Forbes MM, Rothhämel S, Jenny A, Marlow FL.  Maternal dazap2 regulates germ granules via counteracting Dynein in zebrafish primordial germ cells. Cell Rep. 2015 Jul 7;12(1):49-57. doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2015.06.010. Epub 2015 Jun 25. PMID: 26119733. Retracted.
33.	*Li-Villarreal N, Forbes MM, Loza A, Ma T, Chen J, Helde K, Moens C, Shin J, Sawada A, Hindes A, Dubrulle J, Schier AF, Longmore G, Marlow FL, Solnica-Krezel L. Dachsous1b cadherin regulates actin and microtubule cytoskeleton in during early zebrafish embryogenesis. Development. 2015 Aug 1;142(15):2704-18. doi: 10.1242/dev.119800. Epub 2015 Jul 9. PMID: 26160902.
34.	*Campbell PD*, Heim AH*, Smith M, Marlow FL. Kinesin-1 interacts with Bucky ball to form germ cells and is required to pattern the zebrafish body axis. Development. 2015 Sep 1;142(17):2996-3008. doi: 10.1242/dev.124586. Epub 2015 Aug 7. PMID: 26253407 *co-first authors.
35.	*Forbes MM, Draper BW, Marlow FL. The polarity factor Bucky ball associates with the centrosome and promotes microtubule rearrangements to establish the oocyte axis in zebrafish. Development. 2015. doi: 10.1242/dev.129023. Retracted. 
36.	*Langdon YG, Zhang H, Abrams EW, Marlow FL, Mullins MC. Split top: A maternal Cathepsin B that regulates dorsoventral patterning and morphogenesis. Development. 2016 Mar 15;143(6):1016-28. doi: 10.1242/dev.128900. Epub 2016 Feb 18. PMID: 26893345
37.	*Santos-Ledo A, Garcia-Macia M, Campbell PD, Gronska M, Marlow FL. Kinesin 1 promotes chondrocyte maintenance during skeletal morphogenesis. Submitted.

Other Peer Reviewed Publications/Invited Contributions
(Publications since last appointment, promotion or reappointment are marked with an asterisk)
 
1.	*Marlow FL. Primordial Germ Cell Specificaton and Migration. F1000Research 2015, 4(F1000 Faculty Rev):1462 (doi: 10.12688/f1000research.6995.1).
2.	*Marlow FL. Mitochondrial matters: Mitochondrial bottlenecks, self-assembling structures, and entrapment in the female germline. Stem Cell Research. 2017 Mar 15. pii: S1873-5061(17)30042-9. doi: 10.1016/j.scr.2017.03.004. [Epub ahead of print]
3.	Clapp M. and Marlow FL. Acquisition of oocyte polarity. Springer series. Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation. In press.


Invited Books and Book Chapters
(Publications since last appointment, promotion or reappointment are marked with an asterisk)

1.	Marlow FL.  My Mother Made Me Do It!  Maternal Control of Development in Vertebrates.  Edited by Daniel Kessler.  Morgan and Claypool.  Colloquium Series on Developmental Biology, 2010, Vol. 1, No. 1, Pages 1-217 (doi: 10.4199/C00023ED1V01Y201012DEB005). PMID: 21452446.
2.	*Hartung O and Marlow FL. Get it together: How RNA-binding proteins assemble and regulate germ plasm in the oocyte and embryo. Edited by Charles A. Lessman and Ethan Carver. Nova Publications. Zebrafish: Topics in Reproduction and Development. 2014 pp.65-106.
3.	*Kaufman OH. and Marlow FL. Maternal regulation of germ cell specification. 4th edition of Methods in Cell Biology. 2016. 134:1-32 (Chapter). PMID:27312489.

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications    

Published Abstracts:
1.	Solnica-Krezel,L, Marlow,F, Topczewski,J, Jessen,J, and Sepich, D. Regulation of cell polarity during zebrafish gastrulation.  Developmental Biology, 2002; 247(2)
2.	Solnica-Krezel, L., Topczewski, J., Sepich, D., Myers, D., Marlow, F., and Jessen, J. Genetic control of convergent extension movements during zebrafish gastrulation. Developmental Biology, 2001; 235(1): 175 (#17) 
3. 	Gupta T, Marlow F, Mei W, Mullins M. Magellan functions during oogenesis to establish the animal–vegetal axis of the zebrafish egg. Developmental Biology, Volume 319, Issue 2, 15 July 2008, Page 549
4.	Kapp L, Abrams E, Marlow F, Gupta T, Mullins M.  Isolation of a novel recessive maternal-effect dorsalizing mutation that expands the organizer.  Developmental Biology, Volume 319, Issue 2, 15 July 2008, Page 591
5.	Marlow FL, Bontems F, Dosch R, Mullins MC. Bucky ball establishes animal-vegetal polarity in the oocyte and in the follicle cell layer in zebrafish. Developmental Biology, Volume 319, Issue 2, 15 July 2008, Page 464
6.	Abrams EW, Marlow F, Kapp L, Gupta T, Mullins M. Maternal-effect brambleberry functions during cleavage stage to maintain nuclear integrity. Developmental Biology, Volume 319, Issue 2, 15 July 2008, Page 544
7.	Mullins M, Kapp L, Abrams E, Marlow F.  Isolation of a novel mediator of ventral fate specification and repressor of ectopic axis formation in zebrafish.  Developmental Biology, Volume 331, Issue 2, 15 July 2009, Page 422
8.	Abrams EW, Marlow F, Kapp L, Gupta T, Mullins M. Brambleberry mutants reveal new molecular insight into the mechanics of nuclear division during early embryonic development. Developmental Biology, Volume 344, Issue 1, 1 August 2010, Pages 467-468
9.	Abrams EW, Marlow F, Kapp L, Zhang H, Mullins M. Brambleberry, a novel nuclear envelope associated protein, acts in membrane fusion during cleavage stage development. Developmental Biology, Volume 356, Issue 1, 1 August 2011, Page 228
10.	Li X, Hamm H, Marlow F, Solnica-Krezel L. Gpr125 - a novel planar cell polarity pathway component in zebrafish. Developmental Biology, Volume 356, Issue 1, 1 August 2011, Page 122
11.	Kapp L, Abrams E, Marlow F, Mullins M.  Division of the mesoderm into axial versus non-axial fates requires the Integrator Complex Subunit 6. Developmental Biology, Volume 356, Issue 1, 1 August 2011, Page 206
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