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Arnold Hayer
Arnold Hayer
Assistant Professor, McGill University
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Assembly and trafficking of caveolar domains in the cell: caveolae as stable, cargo-triggered, vesicular transporters
A Tagawa, A Mezzacasa, A Hayer, A Longatti, L Pelkmans, A Helenius
The Journal of cell biology 170 (5), 769-779, 2005
3352005
Caveolin-1 is ubiquitinated and targeted to intralumenal vesicles in endolysosomes for degradation
A Hayer, M Stoeber, D Ritz, S Engel, HH Meyer, A Helenius
Journal of Cell Biology 191 (3), 615-629, 2010
3342010
Biogenesis of caveolae: stepwise assembly of large caveolin and cavin complexes
A Hayer, M Stoeber, C Bissig, A Helenius
Traffic 11 (3), 361-382, 2010
2562010
Endolysosomal sorting of ubiquitylated caveolin-1 is regulated by VCP and UBXD1 and impaired by VCP disease mutations
D Ritz, M Vuk, P Kirchner, M Bug, S Schütz, A Hayer, S Bremer, C Lusk, ...
Nature cell biology 13 (9), 1116-1123, 2011
2312011
A polarized Ca2+, diacylglycerol and STIM1 signalling system regulates directed cell migration
FC Tsai, A Seki, HW Yang, A Hayer, S Carrasco, S Malmersjö, T Meyer
Nature cell biology 16 (2), 133-144, 2014
2182014
Role of endosomes in simian virus 40 entry and infection
S Engel, T Heger, R Mancini, F Herzog, J Kartenbeck, A Hayer, ...
Journal of virology 85 (9), 4198-4211, 2011
1932011
Engulfed cadherin fingers are polarized junctional structures between collectively migrating endothelial cells
A Hayer, L Shao, M Chung, LM Joubert, HW Yang, FC Tsai, A Bisaria, ...
Nature cell biology 18 (12), 1311-1323, 2016
1882016
Molecular switches at the synapse emerge from receptor and kinase traffic
A Hayer, US Bhalla
PLoS computational biology 1 (2), e20, 2005
1372005
Simulations of (an) isotropic diffusion on curved biological surfaces
IF Sbalzarini, A Hayer, A Helenius, P Koumoutsakos
Biophysical journal 90 (3), 878-885, 2006
1102006
Membrane-proximal F-actin restricts local membrane protrusions and directs cell migration
A Bisaria, A Hayer, D Garbett, D Cohen, T Meyer
Science 368 (6496), 1205-1210, 2020
672020
Endothelial Cells Use a Formin-Dependent Phagocytosis-Like Process to Internalize the Bacterium Listeria monocytogenes
M Rengarajan, A Hayer, JA Theriot
PLoS pathogens 12 (5), e1005603, 2016
612016
Phosphorylation of residues inside the SNARE complex suppresses secretory vesicle fusion
S Malmersjö, S Di Palma, J Diao, Y Lai, RA Pfuetzner, AL Wang, ...
The EMBO journal 35 (16), 1810-1821, 2016
382016
Human iPSC-derived Down syndrome astrocytes display genome-wide perturbations in gene expression, an altered adhesion profile, and increased cellular dynamics
B Ponroy Bally, WT Farmer, EV Jones, S Jessa, JB Kacerovsky, A Mayran, ...
Human molecular genetics 29 (5), 785-802, 2020
282020
The lysosomal GPCR-like protein GPR137B regulates Rag and mTORC1 localization and activity
L Gan, A Seki, K Shen, H Iyer, K Han, A Hayer, R Wollman, X Ge, JR Lin, ...
Nature cell biology 21 (5), 614-626, 2019
232019
Folding, quality control, and secretion of pancreatic ribonuclease in live cells
R Geiger, M Gautschi, F Thor, A Hayer, A Helenius
Journal of Biological Chemistry 286 (7), 5813-5822, 2011
212011
T-Plastin reinforces membrane protrusions to bridge matrix gaps during cell migration
D Garbett, A Bisaria, C Yang, DG McCarthy, A Hayer, WE Moerner, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-18, 2020
112020
High-content imaging
A Hayer, T Meyer
Nature biotechnology 28 (5), 424-425, 2010
62010
Membrane proximal F-actin restricts local membrane protrusions and directs cell migration
A Bisaria, A Hayer, D Garbett, D Cohen, T Meyer
BioRxiv, 705509, 2019
42019
Correction for Engel et al.,“Role of Endosomes in Simian Virus 40 Entry and Infection”
S Engel, T Heger, R Mancini, F Herzog, J Kartenbeck, A Hayer, ...
Journal of virology 91 (20), e01059-17, 2017
12017
Role of Endosomes in Simian Virus 40 Entry and Infection (vol 85, pg 4198, 2011)
S Engel, T Heger, R Mancini, F Herzog, J Kartenbeck, A Hayer, ...
2017
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