• Azar C, Valentine MC, Trausch-Azar J, Rois L, Mahjoub MR, Nelson DM and Schwartz AL.(2021). RNA-Seq identifies genes whose proteins are upregulated during syncytia development in murine C2C12 myoblasts and human BeWo trophoblasts. Physiol. Rep. (Pubmed).
  • Liu Z, Nguyen QPH, Nanjundappa R, Delgehyr N, Megherbi A, Doherty R, Thompson J, Jackson C, Albulescu A, Heng YM, Lucas JS, Dell SD, Meunier A, Czymmek K, Mahjoub MR, Mennella V (2020). Super-Resolution Microscopy and FIB-SEM Imaging Reveal Parental Centriole-Derived, Hybrid Cilium in Mammalian Multiciliated Cells. Developmental Cell. (Pubmed).
  • Terry T, Cheng T, Mahjoub MR and Zong H. (2020). Mosaic Analysis with Double Markers reveals IGF1R function in granule cell progenitors during cerebellar development. Developmental Biology. (Pubmed).
  • Sahabandu N, Kong D, Magidson V, Nanjundappa R, Sullenberger C, Mahjoub MR and Loncarek J. (2019). Expansion Microscopy for the Analysis of Centrosomes and Cilia. J. Microscopy. (Pubmed).
  • Nanjundappa R, Kong D, Shim K, Stearns T, Brody S, Loncarek J, and Mahjoub MR. (2019). Regulation of Cilia Abundance in Multiciliated Cells. eLife. (Pubmed).
  • Bowler M, Kong D, Sun S, Nanjundappa R, Evans L, Farmer V, Holland A, Mahjoub MR, Sui H, and Loncarek J. (2019). High-resolution Characterization of Centriole Distal Appendage Morphology and Dynamics by Correlative STORM and Electron MicroscopyNature Communications. (Pubmed)
  • Hruska KA and Mahjoub MR. (2019). New pathogenic insights inform therapeutic target development for renal osteodystrophy. Kidney International. (Pubmed).
  • Trott JF, Hwang VJ, Ishimaru T, Chmiel K, Zhou X, Shim K, Stewart B, Mahjoub MR, Jen KY, Barupal D, Li X and Weiss RH. (2018). Arginine reprogramming in ADPKD results in arginine-dependent cystogenesis. AJP-Renal Physiology. (Pubmed).

              – Research Highlight: Arginine auxotrophy in PKD. Nature Reviews-Nephrology.

  • Wambach JA, Wegner DJ, Yang P, Shinawi M, Baldrige D, Betleja E, Shimony JS, Spencer D, Hackett BP, Andrews MV, Ferkol T, Dutcher SK, Mahjoub MR and Cole FS. (2018). Functional characterization of biallelic RTTN variants identified in an infant with microcephaly, simplified gyral pattern, pontocerebellar hypoplasia, and seizures. Pediatric Research. (Pubmed)
  • Dionne LK, Shim K, Hoshi M, Cheng T, Wang J, Marthiens V, Knoten A, Basto R, Jain S, and Mahjoub MR. (2018). Centrosome amplification disrupts renal development and causes cystogenesis. J. Cell Biology. (Pubmed).

               – Featured in JCB special collection focusing on “Centrosomes and Cilia”.

  • Betleja E, Nanjundappa R, Cheng T, and Mahjoub MR. (2018). A novel Cep120-dependent mechanism inhibits centriole maturation in quiescent cells. eLife. (Pubmed)
  • Potter C, Razafsky D, Wozniak D, Casey M, Penrose S, Ge X, Mahjoub MR, Hodzic D. (2018). The KASH-containing isoform of Nesprin1 giant associates with ciliary rootlets of ependymal cells. Neurobiology of Disease. (Pubmed).
  • Potter C, Zhu W, Razafsky D, Ruzycki P, Kolesnikov AV, Doggett T, Kefalov VJ, Betleja E, Mahjoub MR, Hodzic D. (2017). Multiple Isoforms of Nesprin1 Are Integral Components of Ciliary RootletsCurrent Biology. (Pubmed).
  • Hwang VJ, Zhou X, Chen X, Trott J, Abu Aboud O, Shim K, Dionne LK, Chmiel KJ, Senapedis W, Baloglu E, Mahjoub MR, Li X, Weiss RH. (2017). Anticystogenic activity of a small molecule PAK4 inhibitor may be a novel treatment for autosomal dominant polycystic kidney diseaseKidney International(Pubmed).
  • Silva E, Betleja E, John E, Spear P, Moresco JJ, Zhang S, Yates JR III, Mitchell BJ and Mahjoub MR. (2015). Ccdc11 is a novel centriolar satellite protein essential for ciliogenesis and establishment of Left-Right asymmetryMol. Biol. Cell. (PubMed).

               – Selected for “Research Highlights” in ASCB newsletter.

  • Hoshi M, Wang J, Jain S and Mahjoub MR. (2015). Imaging centrosomes and cilia in the mouse kidney. Methods in Cell Biology. (PubMed)
  • Mahjoub MR and Tsou MF. (2013). The AmAZI1ing roles of centriolar satellites during developmentPLoS Genetics(PubMed)
  • Mahjoub MR. (2013). The importance of a single primary ciliumOrganogenesis. (PubMed)
  • Mahjoub MR and Stearns T. (2012). Supernumerary centrosomes nucleate extra cilia and compromise primary cilium signalingCurrent Biology(PubMed)
  • Park KS, Martelotto LG, Peifer M, Sos ML, Karnezis AN, Mahjoub MR, Bernard K, Conklin J, Szczepny A, Yuan J, Guo R, Ospina B, Falzon J, Bennett S, Brown TJ, Markovic A, Devereux WL, Ocasio CA, Chen JK, Stearns T, Thomas RK, Dorsch M, Buonamici S, Watkins DN, Peacock CD and Sage J. (2011). A crucial requirement for Hedgehog signaling in small cell lung cancerNature Medicine (PubMed)
  • Mahjoub MR, Xie Z and Stearns T. (2010). Cep120 is asymmetrically localized to the daughter centriole and is essential for centriole assemblyJ Cell Biology. (PubMed)
  • Parker JD, Hilton LK, Diener DR, Rasi MQ, Mahjoub MR, Rosenbaum JL and Quarmby LM. (2010). Centrioles are freed from cilia by severing prior to mitosisCytoskeleton (PubMed)
  • Mahjoub MR, Trapp ML and Quarmby LM. (2005). NIMA-related kinases defective in murine models of polycystic kidney diseases localize to primary cilia and centrosomes. J. Am. Soc. Nephrol. (PubMed)
  • Quarmby LM and Mahjoub MR (2005). Caught Nek-ing: Cilia and centriolesJ Cell Science. (PubMed)
  • Mahjoub MR, Rasi QM and Quarmby LM (2004). A NIMA-related kinase, Fa2p, localizes to a novel site in the proximal cilia of Chlamydomonas and mouse kidney cellsMol Biol Cell. (PubMed)
  • Blacque OE, Reardon MJ, Li C, McCarthy J, Mahjoub MR, Ansley SJ, Badano JL, Mah AK, Beales PL, Davidson WS, Johnsen RC, Audeh M, Plasterk RH, Baillie DL, Katsanis N, Quarmby LM, Wicks SR and Leroux MR (2004). Loss of C. elegans BBS-7 and BBS-8 protein function results in cilia defects and compromised intraflagellar transport. Genes Dev. (PubMed)
  • Mahjoub MR, Montpetit B, Zhao L, Finst RJ, Goh B, Kim AC and Quarmby LM (2002). The FA2 gene of Chlamydomonas encodes a NIMA family kinase with roles in cell cycle progression and microtubule severing during deflagellation. J. Cell Science. (PubMed) *** Highlighted in Trends in Cell Biology (2002), 12(8):358.