Dr. Susan Dutcher publishes a new preview in Developmental Cell

Susan Dutcher, PhD, Professor of Genetics, Cell Biology and Physiology at Washington University School of Medicine, has published a new preview in Developmental Cell, “Basal Feet: Walking to the Discovery of a Novel Hybrid Cilium.” Dr. Dutcher co-authored...

Dutcher Lab publishes new paper in Nature

The Dutcher Lab has a new paper published in Nature, “Mapping and characterization of structural variation in 17,795 human genomes.” Haley J Abel, PhD, Instructor in Genetics at Washington University School of Medicine, is first author on the paper. Susan...

Susan Dutcher publishes two reviews

Susan Dutcher, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Genetics at Washington University, has published two reviews, one on the structure of cytoplasmic dynein and the other on Hydin, a protein in the central pair microtubules. “Dynein tails: how to hitch a ride...

Dutcher Lab publishes three papers in latter half of 2019

The Dutcher Lab published three noteworthy papers in the latter half of 2019. The first paper, “De Novo Mutations in FOXJ1 Result in a Motile Ciliopathy with Hydrocephalus and Randomization of Left/Right Body Asymmetry,” appears in the American Journal of...

Dutcher Lab has new preprint on Primary ciliary dyskinesia

The Dutcher Lab has a new preprint, “Mutation of CFAP57 causes primary ciliary dyskinesia by disrupting the asymmetric targeting of a subset of ciliary inner dynein arms.” Mathieu Bottier, a postdoc in the Dutcher Lab, and Mihaela Stoyanova, a technician...

Dutcher Lab researches ultrasound and ciliated cell movement

The Dutcher Lab is working with an interdisciplinary team of researchers to develop a new method that uses ultrasound waves to trap cells propelled by cilia, and then releases them to measure their movement as they swim away. Susan Dutcher, professor of genetics and...

Dutcher lab publishes paper on RPGRIP1L

The Dutcher lab is on a roll with publications. The lab has a paper, “RPGRIP1L helps to establish the ciliary gate for entry of proteins,” that will appear in an upcoming issue of Journal of Cell Science. Congratulations, all!

Dutcher lab collaborates with GTAC on MAPINS paper

The Dutcher lab collaborated with Paul Cliften, Ph.D., Director of Computational Biology at the Genome Technology Access Center (GTAC) at Washington University School of Medicine, on a recent paper. The paper, “MAPINS, a highly efficient detection method that...

Dutcher lab has paper accepted by Plant Physiology

The Dutcher lab recently had a paper accepted for publication. The paper, “Highly efficient detection of insertional mutants in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii by MAPINS,” appears in an upcoming issue of Plant Physiology. Dr. Huawen Lin, Dr. Paul Cliften of the...