Publications

Okuchi Y, Reeves J, Ng SS, Doro DH, Junyent S, Liu KJ, El Haj AJ, and Habib SJ (2021) Wnt-modified materials mediate asymmetric stem cell division to direct human osteogenic tissue formation for bone repair. Nature Materials Jan;20(1):108-118

Junyent S*, Reeves J*, Szczerkowski JLA, Garcin CL, Trieu TJ, Wilson M, Lundie-Brown J, and Habib SJ (2021) Wnt- and Glutamate-receptors orchestrate stem cell dynamics and asymmetric cell division. eLife 2021;10:e59791

Junyent S, Reeves J, Gentleman E, and  Habib SJ (2021) Pluripotency state regulates cytoneme selectivity and self-organization of embryonic stem cells. Journal of Cell Biology 220 (4): e202005095

Bordeu I*., Garcin C., Habib SJ*., and Pruessner G (2020) Effective Potential Description of the Interaction between Single Stem Cells and Localized Ligands. Physical Review X;10, 041022 (* corresponding authors)

Ma B, Trieu TJ, Habib SJ, Chen X (2020) Protocol for establishing mouse embryonic stem cells as a system to study Histone inheritance pattern at single cell resolution. STAR Protocols; 1, 100178

Ma B, Trieu TJ, Cheng J, Zhou S, Tang Q, Xie J, Liu JL, Zhao K, Habib SJ, Chen X (2020) Histone Distribution Patterns in Induced Asymmetrically Dividing Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells. Cell Rep. 11;32(6):108003

Junyent S, Garcin CL, Szczerkowski JLA, Trieu TJ, Reeves J, Habib SJ  (2020) Specialized Cytonemes Induce Self-Organization of Stem Cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 31;117(13):7236-7244

Mills KM, Szczerkowski JLA and Habib SJ (2017) Wnt ligand presentation and reception: from the stem cell niche to tissue engineering. Open Biology DOI:10.1098/rsob.170140

Lowndes M, Junyent S and Habib SJ (2017)  Constructing cellular niche properties by localized presentation of Wnt proteins on synthetic surfaces. Nature Protocols 12(7):1498-1512 

Garcin CL, and Habib SJ (2017)  A comparative perspective on Wnt/β-catenin signalling in cell fate determination. Results Probl Cell Differ. 61:323-350

Lowndes M, Rotherham M, Price JC, El Haj AJ, Habib SJ (2016) Immobilized WNT proteins act as a stem cell niche for tissue engineering. Stem Cell Reports. 12;7(1):126-37

Habib SJ, Chen BC, Tsai FC, Anastassiadis K, Meyer T, Betzig E, Nusse R (2013) A Localized Wnt signal orients asymmetric stem cell division in vitro. Science. 22;339(6126):1445-8

Fuerer C, Habib SJ, Nusse R (2010) A study on the interaction between heparan sulfate proteoglycans and Wnt proteins. Dev Dynamics. 293(1): 184-190

 

Hildenbeutel M, Habib SJ, Herrmann JM, Rapaport D (2008) New insights into the mechanism of precursor protein insertion into the mitochondrial membranes. Int Rev Cell Mol Biol. 268: 147-190

 

Kemper C, Habib SJ, Engl G, Heckmeyer P, Dimmer KS, Rapaport D (2008) Integration of tail-anchored proteins into the mitochondria outer membrane does not require any known import components. J. Cell Sci. 121: 1990-1998

 

Habib SJ, Waizenegger T, Niewienda A, Paschen SA, Neupert W, Rapaport D (2007) The N-terminal domain of Tob55 has a receptor-like function in the biogenesis of mitochondrial β-barrel proteins. J. Cell. Biol. 176(1): 77-88

 

Habib SJ, Neupert W, Rapaport D (2006) Analysis and prediction of mitochondrial targeting signals. Methods Cell Biol. Methods Cell Biol. 80: 761-781

 

Habib SJ, Waizenegger T, Lech M, Neupert W, Rapaport D (2004) Assembly of the TOB complex of mitochondria. J. Biol. Chem. 280(8): 6434-6440

 

Waizenegger T, Habib SJ, Lech M, Mokranjac D, Paschen SA, Hell K, Neupert W, Rapaport D (2004) Tob38, a novel essential component in the biogenesis of β-barrel proteins of mitochondria. EMBO Rep. 5(7): 704-709

Vasiljev A, Ahting U, Nargang FE, Go NE, Habib SJ, Kozany C, Panneels V, Sinning I, Prokisch H, Neupert W, Nussberger S, Rapaport D (2004) Reconstituted TOM core complex and Tim9/Tim10 complex of mitochondria are sufficient for translocation of the ADP/ATP carrier across membranes. Mol. Biol. Cell. 15: 1445-1458

 

Habib SJ, Vasiljev A, Neupert W, Rapaport D (2003) Multiple functions of tail-anchor domains of mitochondrial outer membrane proteins. FEBS Lett. 555: 511-515

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