Swathi Arur, Ph.D.
Investigation in the Arur Lab utilizes the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans and germ line development to study ERK signaling. A long-term goal of the lab is to understand how active ERK2 controls and co-ordinates multiple different developmental events in one tissue.
Meet the team
From left to right: Shin-Yu Chen, Tokiko Furuta, Swathi Arur, Charlotte Lee, Amanda Gervaise, Kenny Trimmer
Snee MJ, Wilson WC, Zhu Y, Chen SY, Wilson BA, Kseib C, O'Neal J, Mahajan N, Tomasson MH, Arur S*, Skeath JB. Collaborative Control of Cell Cycle Progression by the RNA Exonuclease Dis3 and Ras is Conserved Across Species. Genetics.pii: genetics.116.187930. PMCID:PMC4896191. *Co-Corresponding Author
McCallum KC, Liu B, Fierro-González JC, Swoboda P, Arur S, Miranda-Vizuete A, Garsin DA. TRX-1 Regulates SKN-1 Nuclear Localization Cell Non-autonomously in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics pii: genetics.115.185272. PMCID:PMC4858787.
Mattingly, HH, Chen, J, Arur, S*, Shvartsman, SY. A Transport Model for Estimating the Time Course of ERK Activation in the C. elegans Germline, Biophysical Journal, 109,11, p2436 - 2445 PMCID:PMC4675862. *corresponding author