Published articles and reviews:
Tintori SC, Golden P, Goldstein B (2020). Differential Expression Gene Explorer (DrEdGE): A tool for generating interactive online visualizations of gene expression datasets. Bioinformatics (in press).
* Access the DrEdGE tool here to see how it works and build your own web-based gene expression data visualization *
Goldstein B, Nance J (2020). C. elegans gastrulation: a model for understanding how cells polarize, change shape, and journey toward the center of an embryo. Genetics 214:265-277.
Conradt B, Claycomb JM, Goldstein B, Shen K, Oegema K, Desai A, Colón-Ramos DA, Murphy CT, Sherwood DR, Walhout M (2019). The Power of C. elegans: A Tribute to Sydney Brenner. Developmental Cell 49:496-498.
Gordon KL, Payne SG, Linden-High LM, Pani AM, Goldstein B, Hubbard EJA, Sherwood DR (2019). Ectopic germ cells can induce niche-like enwrapment by neighboring body wall muscle. Current Biology 29:823-833.
Pani AM and B Goldstein (2018). Direct visualization of a native Wnt in vivo reveals that a long-range Wnt gradient forms by extracellular dispersal. eLife 7:e38325.
Smith FW, Cumming M, Goldstein B (2018). Analyses of nervous system patterning genes in the tardigrade Hypsibius exemplaris illuminate the evolution of panarthropod brains. EvoDevo 9:19.
Heppert JK, Pani AM, Roberts AM, Dickinson DJ, and B Goldstein (2018). A CRISPR tagging-based screen reveals localized players in Wnt-directed asymmetric cell division. Genetics 208:1147-1164.
Goldstein B (2018). The emergence of the tardigrade Hypsibius exemplaris as a model system. CSH Protocols, 10:859-866.
McGreevy KM, Heikes KL, Kult S, Tharp ME, and B Goldstein (2018). Fluorescent cell staining methods for living Hypsibius exemplaris embryos. CSH Protocols 10:878-884.
Heikes KL and B Goldstein (2018). Live imaging of tardigrade embryonic development by differential interference contrast microscopy. CSH Protocols 10:974-877.
Fielmich LE, Schmidt R, Dickinson DJ, Goldstein B, Akhmanova A, and S Van den Heuvel (2018). Optogenetic dissection of mitotic spindle positioning in vivo. eLife 7:e38199.
Dickinson DJ, Slabodnick MM, Chen AH, and Goldstein B (2018). SapTrap assembly of repair templates for Cas9-triggered homologous recombination with a self-excising cassette. Micropublication: biology. Dataset. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2KT0N
Yumerefendi H, Wang H, Dickinson DJ, Lerner A, Malkus P, Goldstein B, Hahn K, and Kuhlman B (2018). Light-dependent cytoplasmic recruitment enhances the dynamic range of a nuclear import photoswitch. Chembiochem. 19:1319-1325.
Fadero TC, Gerbich TM, Rana K, Suzuki A, DiSalvo M, Schaefer KN, Heppert JK, Boothby TC, Goldstein B, Peifer M, Allbritton NL, Gladfelter AS, Maddox AS and Maddox PS (2018). LITE microscopy: Tilted light-sheet excitation of model organisms offers high resolution and low photobleaching. Journal of Cell Biology 217:1869-1882.
Martinez P, Allsman LA, Brakke KA, Hoyt C, Hayes J, Liang H, Neher W, Rui Y, Roberts AM, Moradifam A, Goldstein B, Anderson CT, Rasmussen C (2018). Predicting division planes of three-dimensional cells by soap-film minimization. Plant Cell 30:2255-2266.
Dickinson DJ, Schwaeger F, Pintard L, Gotta M, and B Goldstein (2017). A Single-Cell Biochemistry Approach Reveals PAR Complex Dynamics during Cell Polarization. Developmental Cell 42:416-434.
Boothby TC, Tapia H, Brozena AH, Piszkiewicz S, Smith AE, Giovanninni I, Rebecchi L, Pielak GJ, Koshland D, and B Goldstein (2017). Tardigrades use intrinsically disordered proteins to survive desiccation. Molecular Cell 65:975-984.
Smith FW, Bartels PJ, and Goldstein B (2017). A hypothesis for the composition of the tardigrade brain and its implications for panarthropod brain evolution. Integrative and Comparative Biology 57:546-559.
Smith FW and B Goldstein (2017). Segmentation in Tardigrada and diversification of segmental patterns in Panarthropoda. Arthropod Structure & Development 46:328-340.
Zallen JA and Goldstein B (2017). Cellular mechanisms of morphogenesis. Semin Cell Dev Biol 67:101-102.
Russell JJ, Theriot JA, Sood P, Marshall WF, Landweber LF, Fritz-Laylin L, Polka JK, Oliferenko S, Gerbich T, Gladfelter A, Umen J, Bezanilla M, Lancaster MA, He S, Gibson MC, Goldstein B, Tanaka EM, Hu C-K, and Brunet A (2017). Non-model model organisms. BMC Biology 15:55.
Goldstein B and Zallen JA (2017). Cell Polarity and Morphogenesis: new technologies and new findings. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 28:699-700.
Naegeli KM, Hastie E, Garde A, Wang Z, Keeley DP, Gordon KL, Pani AM, Kelley LC, Morrissey MA, Chi Q, Goldstein B, Sherwood DR (2017). Cell Invasion In Vivo via Rapid Exocytosis of a Transient Lysosome-Derived Membrane Domain. Developmental Cell 43:403–417.
Linden LM, Gordon KL, Pani AM, Payne SG, Garde A, Burkholder D, Chi Q, Goldstein B and Sherwood DR (2017). Identification of regulators of germ stem cell enwrapment by its niche in C. elegans. Developmental Biology 429:271-284.
Ladouceur AM, Ranjan R, Smith L, Fadero T, Heppert J, Goldstein B, Maddox AS, Maddox PS (2017). CENP-A and topoisomerase-II antagonistically affect chromosome length. Journal of Cell Biology 216:2645-2655.
Heppert JK, Dickinson DJ, Pani AM, Higgins CD, Steward A, Ahringer J, Kuhn JR, and B Goldstein (2016). Comparative assessment of fluorescent proteins for in vivo imaging in an animal model system. Molecular Biology of the Cell 27:3385-3394. (and a spectrum viewer tool)
Tintori SC, Osborne Nishimura E, Golden P, Lieb JD, and Goldstein B (2016). A transcriptional lineage of the early C. elegans embryo. Developmental Cell 38:430-444.
(and an interactive data visualization tool)
Smith FW, Boothby TC, Giovannini I, Rebecchi L, Jockusch EL, and B Goldstein (2016). The compact body plan of tardigrades evolved by the loss of a large body region. Current Biology 26:224-229.
Marston DJ*, Higgins CD*, Peters KA, Cupp TD, Dickinson DJ, Pani AM, Moore RP, Cox AH, Kiehart DP, and Goldstein B (2016). MRCK-1 drives apical constriction in C. elegans by linking developmental patterning to force generation. Current Biology 26:2079-2089.
Sullivan-Brown J, Tandon P, Bird KE, Dickinson DJ, Tintori SC, Heppert JK, Meserve JH, Trogden KP, Orlowski SK, Conlon FL, and Goldstein B (2016). Identifying regulators of morphogenesis common to vertebrate neural tube closure and C. elegans gastrulation. Genetics 202:123-139.
Heppert JK and Goldstein B (2016). Remodelling germ cells by intercellular cannibalism. Nature Cell Biology 18:1267-1268.
Goldstein B and King N (2016). The Future of Cell Biology: Emerging Model Organisms. Trends in Cell Biology 11:818-824.
Dickinson DJ and Goldstein B (2016). CRISPR-based methods for Caenorhabditis elegans genome engineering. Genetics 202:885-901.
Dickinson, DJ, AM Pani, JK Heppert, CD Higgins, and B Goldstein (2015). Streamlined Genome Engineering with a Self-Excising Drug Selection Cassette. Genetics 200:1035-1049.
Das A, Dickinson DJ, Wood CC, Goldstein B, and Slep KC (2015). Crescerin uses a TOG domain array to regulate microtubules in the primary cilium. Mol Biol Cell 26:4248-64.
Boothby TC, Tenlen JR, Smith FW, Wang JR, Patanella KA, Osborne Nishimura E, Tintori SC, Li Q, Jones CD, Yandell M, Messina DN, Glasscock J, and Goldstein B (2015). Evidence for extensive horizontal gene transfer from the draft genome of a tardigrade. PNAS 112:15976-15981 and follow-up letter.
Goldstein, B and DP Kiehart (2015). Moving Inward: Establishing the Mammalian Inner Cell Mass. Developmental Cell 34:385-386.
Yumerefendi H, Dickinson DJ, Wang H, Zimmerman SP, Bear JE, Goldstein B, Hahn K, and Kuhlman B (2015). Control of Protein Activity and Cell Fate Specification via Light-Mediated Nuclear Translocation. PLoS One 10(6):e0128443.
Osborne Nishimura E, Zhang JC, Werts AD, Goldstein B, Lieb JD (2015). Asymmetric Transcript Discovery by RNA-seq in C. elegans Blastomeres Identifies neg-1, a Gene Important for Anterior Morphogenesis. PLoS Genetics 11(4):e1005117.
Sarkies P, Selkirk ME, Jones JT, Blok V, Boothby T, Goldstein B, Hanelt B, Ardila-Garcia A, Fast NM, Schiffer PM, Kraus C, Taylor MJ, Koutsovoulos G, Blaxter ML, and Miska EA (2015). Ancient and Novel Small RNA Pathways Compensate for the Loss of piRNAs in Multiple Independent Nematode Lineages. PLoS Biology 13(2):e1002061.
Goldstein B (2015). The Thrill of Defeat: What Francis Crick and Sydney Brenner taught me about being scooped. Nautilus online, Feb 26 2015, updated and reprinted May 30, 2019.
Martin, A.C. and B. Goldstein (2014). Apical constriction: themes and variations on a cellular mechanism driving morphogenesis. Development 141:1987-1998.
Dickinson, D.J., J.D. Ward, D.J. Reiner and B. Goldstein (2013). Engineering the Caenorhabditis elegans genome using Cas9-triggered homologous recombination. Nature Methods 10:1028-1034.
Peters EC, Gossett AJ, Goldstein B, Der CJ, Reiner DJ (2013). Redundant Canonical and Noncanonical Caenorhabditis elegans p21-Activated Kinase Signaling Governs Distal Tip Cell Migrations. G3 3:181-195.
Gao, L., L. Shao, C.D. Higgins, J.S. Poulton, M. Peifer, M.W. Davidson, X. Wu, B. Goldstein and E. Betzig (2012). Noninvasive imaging of 3D dynamics in thickly fluorescent specimens beyond the diffraction limit. Cell 151:1370-1385.
Sullivan-Brown, J. and B. Goldstein (2012) Neural tube closure: The curious case of shrinking junctions. Current Biology 22:R574-R576.
Edgar, L.G. and B. Goldstein (2012). Culture and Manipulation of Embryonic Cells, in Caenorhabditis elegans: Cell Biology and Physiology, eds. Joel H. Rothman and Andrew Singson. Methods in Cell Biology 107:151-175.
Tse, Y.C., M. Werner, K.M. Longhini, J.-C. Labbé, B. Goldstein and M. Glotzer (2012) RhoA activation during polarization and cytokinesis of the early C. elegans embryo are differentially dependent on NOP-1 and CYK-4. Molecular Biology of the Cell 23:4020-4031.
Goldstein, B. (2011) Primer: Visualizing with ImageJ. Make 27:116-121. (This is a magazine article that introduces non-scientists to ImageJ, encouraging hobbyists to write new ImageJ plugins that might benefit science) and a 2018 online update of the article.
Werts, A.D. and B. Goldstein (2011) How signaling between cells can orient a mitotic spindle. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 22:842-849.
Higgins C.D. and B. Goldstein (2010) Asymmetric Cell Division: A New Way to Divide Unequally. Current Biology R1029-1031.
Sawyer, J.M., J.R. Harrell, G. Shemer, J. Sullivan-Brown, M. Roh-Johnson, and B. Goldstein (2010) Apical constriction: A cell shape change that can drive morphogenesis. Developmental Biology 341:5-19.
Roh-Johnson, M., J. Sullivan-Brown, and B. Goldstein (2010) Roles for Actin Dynamics in Cell Movements During Development. Chapter in Actin-Based Motility: Cellular, Molecular and Physical Aspects, ed. M.-F. Carlier, Springer.
Arata, Y., J.-Y. Lee, B. Goldstein, and H. Sawa (2010) Extracellular control of PAR protein localization during asymmetric cell division in the C. elegans embryo. Development 137:3337-3345.
Goldstein, B. and H. Hamada (2009) Shape Meets Polarity in Japan. Development 136: 2487-2492.
Marston, D.J., M. Roh, A. Mikels, R. Nusse, and B. Goldstein (2008) Wnt signaling during Caenorhabditis elegans embryonic development. Methods in Molecular Biology 469: 103-111.
Goldstein, B. and I.G. Macara (2007) The PAR Proteins: Fundamental Players in Animal Cell Polarization. Developmental Cell 13: 609-622.
Marston, D.J. and B. Goldstein (2006) Symmetry Breaking in C. elegans: Another Gift from the Sperm. Developmental Cell 11: 273-274.
Marston, D.J. and B. Goldstein (2006) Actin-based forces driving embryonic morphogenesis in C. elegans. Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 16: 392-398.
McCarthy, E.K. and B. Goldstein (2006) Asymmetric Spindle Positioning. Current Opinion in Cell Biology 18: 79-85.
Nance, J., J.-Y. Lee, and B. Goldstein (2005) Gastrulation in C. elegans. WormBook, ed. The C. elegans Research Community.
McCarthy, E.K. and B. Goldstein (2005) Asymmetric Division: A Kinesin for Spindle Positioning. Current Biology 15: R591-593.
Dudley, N.R., A.Z. Amin, and B. Goldstein (2005) Genes Required for RNA Interference, pp 55-68 in RNA Interference Technology: From Basic Science to Drug Development, edited by K. Appasani (Cambridge University Press).
Dudley, N.R. and B. Goldstein (2005) RNA Interference in Caenorhabditis elegans. Chapter in RNA Silencing: Methods and Protocols, edited by G. Carmichael (Humana Press), Methods in Molecular Biology 309:29-38.
Goldstein, B. (2003) Asymmetric Division: AGS Proteins Position the Spindle. Current Biology 13: R879-R880.
Dudley, N.R. and B. Goldstein (2003) RNA interference: Silencing in the cytoplasm and nucleus. Curr Opin Mol Ther 5:113-117.
Labbé, J.-C. and B. Goldstein (2002) Embryonic Development: A New SPN on Cell Fate Specification. Current Biology 12:R396-R398.
Goldstein, B. and M. Blaxter (2002) Tardigrades. Current Biology 12: R475.
Goldstein, B. (2001) On the Evolution of Early Development in the Nematoda. Phil Trans Royal Society B 356: 1521-1531.
Goldstein B. (2000) The Professional Debunker (review of the book Voodoo Science: the Road from Foolishness to Fraud, by Robert L. Park), Nature Cell Biology 2:E212.
Goldstein, B. (2000) Embryonic polarity: A role for microtubules. Current Biology 10:R820-R822.
Goldstein, B. (2000) When cells tell their neighbors which direction to divide. Developmental Dynamics 218:23-29.
Wittmann, C., O. Bossinger, B. Goldstein, M. Fleischmann, R. Kohler, K. Brunschwig, H. Tobler, and F. Müller (1997) The expression of the C. elegans labial-like Hox gene ceh-13 during early embryogenesis relies on cell fate and on anteroposterior cell polarity. Development 124: 4193-4200.
Goldstein, B. and G. Freeman (1997) Axis specification in animal development. BioEssays 19: 105-116.
Goldstein, B., S. N. Hird, and J. G.White (1993) Cell polarity in early C. elegans development. Development 1993 Supplement: 279-287.