Cochella L, Tursun B, Hsieh Y-W, Chuang C-F*, Hobert O.* Two distinct types of neuronal asymmetries are controlled by the Caenorhabditis elegans zinc finger transcription factor die-1. Genes & Development. 28:000-000 (published online ahead of print). *Senior authors contributed equally. 2014.
Alqadah A†, Hsieh Y-W†, Chuang C-F.microRNA function in left-right neuronal asymmetry: perspectives from C. elegans. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 7:158. †Equal contribution. 2013.
Zou Y†, Chiu H†, Zinovyeva A, Ambros V, Chuang C-F*, Chang C*. Developmental decline in neuronal regeneration by the progressive change of two intrinsic timers.Science. 340: 372-376. †Equal contribution *Senior authors contributed equally. 2013.
Schumacher JA, Hsieh Y-W, Chen S, Pirri JK, Alkema MJ, Li W-H, Chang C, Chuang C-F. Intercellular calcium signaling in a gap junction-coupled cell network establishes asymmetric neuronal fates in C. elegans. Development. 139, 4191-4201. 2012.
Hsieh Y-W, Chang C, Chuang C-F. The microRNA mir-71 inhibits calcium signaling by targeting the TIR-1/Sarm1 adaptor protein to control stochastic L/R neuronal asymmetry in C. elegans. PLoS Genet. 8(8): e1002864. Epub Aug 2 2012.
Lobikin M, Wang G, Xu J, Hsieh, Y-W,Chuang C-F, Lemire JM, Levin M. Early, nonciliary role for microtubule proteins in left-right patterning is conserved across kingdoms. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 109: 12586-12591. 2012.
Zou Y, Chiu H, Domenger D, Chuang C-F*, Chang C*. The lin-4 microRNA targets the LIN-14 transcription factor to inhibit netrin-mediated axon attraction. Science Signaling 5. research article ra43, 2012. *Senior authors contributed equally.
Chiu H, Alqadah A, Chuang C-F, Chang, C. C. elegans as a genetic model to identify novel cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying nervous system regeneration. Cell Adhesion & Migration; 5: 387-394. 2011.
Chang C, Hsieh Y-W, Lesch BJ, Bargmann CI, Chuang C-F. Microtubule-based localization of a synaptic calcium signaling complex is required for left-right neuronal asymmetry in C. elegans. Development. 138: 3509-3518. 2011.
Taylor R*, Hsieh Y-W*, Gamse J, Chuang C-F. Making a difference together: reciprocal interactions in C. elegans and zebrafish asymmetric neural development. Development. 2010;137:681-91. *Authors contributed equally.