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Karenwith authorsMary Kroetzmarykroetz@southalabama.eduMary KroetzFKH-6 is expressed in male gonadal cells during L3 larval developmentCrosby_fkh-6_2018Jennifer WolffJennifer Wolff12/06/2018
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Karen published60?Matthew Sullenbergermtsullen@syr.edu Eleanor MaineSimplified detection of a point mutation in C. elegans using tetra-primer ARMS-PCRSullenberger_tpArms_2018Heenam ParkAnonymousHeenam@caltech.edu12/1/201810.17912/micropub.biology.000078WBPaper00055876
Sullenberger, M. T., & Maine, E. M. (2018). Simplified detection of a point mutation in C. elegans using tetra-primer ARMS-PCR. https://doi.org/10.17912/MICROPUB.BIOLOGY.000078
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Danielapublished59?Patrick NarbonneExpression pattern of endogenous PAR-4A & C after CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome editing10.17912/MICROPUB.BIOLOGY.000075WBPaper00055640WS270
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75yDanielapublished56Kelly Jun liukelly.jun.liu@cornell.eduKelly Jun liuA new deletion allele of <em>sma-4</em>WBPaper00055618WS269
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7374yDanielawith reviewerJae Chojae.cho@wormbase.orgPaul Sternberg2018 Update on Protein-Protein Interaction Data in WormBaseCho_2018_interactionsYhong-Hee Shimyshim@konkuk.ac.kr10/10/2018
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7273y-Videos uploaded but not rendered in previewDanielarejected by editors redirected to protocols.ioVideos uploaded but not rendered in previewAnoopkumar Thekkuveettilanoop@sctimst.ac.inAnoopkumar ThekkuveettilA simple method to efficiently record/ capture Caenorhabditis elegans locomotory behavioursRaj_2018_locomotion
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7172yDanielapublished55Emily Bayereab2220@columbia.eduOliver HobertA novel null allele of C. elegans gene ceh-14Bayer_2018_ceh-14Thomas BurglinDan Dickinsonthomas.buerglin@unibas.ch10/08/201810/10/201810/18/201810/18/201810/18/2018Thomas Burglin10.17912/g434-3d85WBPaper00055440WS269
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6162yDanielapublished52James Clarkjclark2@gradcenter.cuny.eduCathy Savage-DunnDelta-9 Fatty Acid Desaturase Mutants Display Increased Body SizeClark_2018_fat_mutantsXJennifer WattsJennifer WattsJennifer Wattsjwatts@wsu.edu
jwatts@vetmed.wsu.edu
08/01/201808/02/201808/14/201809/17/20189/18/2018Jennifer Watts10.17912/SS8E-6587WBPaper00055256WS269New finding10/2 curated for phenotypephenotypeClark, James F.; Savage-Dunn, Cathy. (2018). Delta-9 Fatty Acid Desaturase Mutants Display Increased Body Size. https://doi.org/10.17912/SS8E-6587Text has a typo -- looks like copy paster error referring to old "in ImageJ.,,"
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7071yDanielaPublished53Chisato Ushidacushida@hirosaki-u.ac.jpChisato UshidaNuclear localization of a C. elegans CCCH-type zinc finger protein encoded by T26A8.4Koyama_2018_T26A8.4Tim SchedlAnonymousschedl09/11/201809/29/20189/29/2018Anonymous10.17912/YHG7-JE66WBPaper00055322WBPicture0000014139WS269New Finding10/1/18 curated for transgenes, curated for expression and pictureExpressionKoyama, T., & Ushida, C. (2018). Nuclear localization of a C. elegans CCCH-type zinc finger protein encoded by T26A8.4. https://doi.org/10.17912/YHG7-JE66.
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69F69-2FlyyKaren waiting for ThomJacob Kageykageyja@udmercy.eduJacob KageyThe Mapping of Drosophila melanogaster mutant A.4.4FLYBieser_2018_DmA.4.4Alysia Mortimer, Illinois State University; Cathie Pfleger, Mount Sinai University; Melissa Gilbert, Emory University
09/10/2018
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68F70-1FlyyKarenpublished57Leif Brennerleif.benner@nih.govBrian OliverPolycistronic gRNA Design for CRISPR/Cas9 Gene Editing in DrosophilaFLYBenner_2018_DmPoly(gRNA)designStephen Marygold sjm41@cam.ac.uk; Tzumin Lee: leet@janelia.hhmi.org; Scott Hawley: rsh@stowers.orgtzumin lee; Scott HawleyDanny Millerdan miller<dmiller5@kumc.edu>08/28/2018no response from Tzumin; sent to Scott Hawley, forwarded to Danny Miller 10/1/201810.17912/sg7d-sd61Materials and reagentsFlybase
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6768yDanielapublished51Kota Mizumotomizumoto@zoology.ubc.caKota MizumotoGFPnovo2, a brighter GFP variant for in vivo labeling in C. elegansHendi_2018_GFPnovo2Jordan WardJordan WardJordan Wardjward2@ucsc.edu08/28/201808/28/201808/31/201809/06/2018Jordan Ward10.17912/49YB-7K39WBPaper00055156WBPicture0000013891WS268Materials and reagentsTrangenes, only extrachromosomal, entered for WS269New methodstransgenes, and genotypes not formatted correctly in final published versionTH: This is a different title than on the site.
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6667yDanielapublished50Ian Chin-Sangchinsang@queensu.caIan Chin-SangGABA Receptor mutant gbb-1 accelerates morphological aging of GABA neurons in Caenorhabditis elegans
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WAS: The effect of GABA signaling on neuronal aging in Caenorhabditis elegans
Dhillon_2018_gbb-1Monica DriscollMonica DriscollAnonymousdriscoll@dls.rutgers.edu05/29/2018(06/05/2018) 06/14/201809/03/201809/03/20189/6/2018Anonymous10.17912/D7E5-WJ67WBPaper00055157WBPicture0000013890WS268New findingsPhenotype, transgene entered for WS269Phenotypeauthors used old template.
Multiple figures -- going to be problematic
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6566yKaren published49Jennifer Kowalskijrkowals@butler.eduJennifer Kowalskioxi-1 and fshr-1 are required for neuromuscular signaling under normal and oxidative stress conditions in C. eleganshttps://www.micropublication.org/Wei_2018_oxi-1_fshr-1Guy Caldwell (University of Alabama) gcaldwel@ua.edu – oxidative stress, C. elegans
David Fay (University of Wyoming) davidfay@uwyo.edu – fshr-1, C. elegans
Maureen Peters (Oberlin College) Maureen.Peters@oberlin.edu – genetics of motor control, C. elegans
Guy CaldwellMaureen PetersMaureen PetersMaureen.Peters@oberlin.edu08/14/201808/21/201808/27/201808/28/20188/28/2018Maureen Peters10.17912/pfyw-ft85WBPaper00055106WBPicture0000013892WS268New findingsPhenotype, transgenes entered for WS269PhenotypeWei, B., & Kowalski, J. R. (2018). oxi-1 and fshr-1 are required for neuromuscular signaling under normal and oxidative stress conditions in C. elegans. https://doi.org/10.17912/PFYW-FT85article entry on home page has typo! No corresponding author displayed.
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6465Y-MISSING MOVIESDanielaPublished48Mengyi Caomengcao@caltech.eduPaul SternbergApplication of the red-shifted channelrhodopsin Chrimson for the Caenorhabditis elegans cGAL bipartite systemCao_2018_ChrimsonRene Garcia (tim). Rene suggested Brigitte LeboeufRene GarciaBrigitte Le BoufBrigitte Le BoufBrigitte Le Bouf08/07/201808/20/201808/21/201808/21/20188/22/2018Brigitte Le Bouf10.17912/2JGW-FJ52WBPaper00055066WBPicture0000013889WS268 transgenes entered for WS269Missing movies
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6364yDanielaPublished54Lesley MacNeilmacneil@mcmaster.caLesley MacNeilwrt-2 expression oscillates during larval developmentVeraCruzetal_2018_wrt2Patricia Kuwabara (accepted) David Fay (declined to review), find alternative reviewer -Marta Kostrouchova no response. Sent to Ali Frand on 09-05-2018, sent to Ann Rougvie on 09/18/2018David Fay , Marta Kostrouchova, Ali Frand, Ann Rougvie, marta.kostrouchova@lf1.cuni.czPatricia KuwabaraPatricia KuwabaraP.Kuwabara@bristol.ac.uk08/01/201808/03/2018 to Fay 08/22/2018 to Kostrouchova, 09/05/2018 to Frand09/28/201810/11/201810/11/2018Patricia Kuwabara
10.17912/4bw7-ep56
WBPaper00055389
WS269New findingsExpression
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6263yKarenpublished45Sylvia Fechnersfechner@stanford.eduMiriam B. GoodmanThe bodies of dpy-10(e128) are twice as stiff as wild type Fechner_2018_dpy-10_bodyChristopher Fang-Yen https://www.seas.upenn.edu/directory/profile.php?ID=170
and Aravinthan D.T. Samual: https://scholar.harvard.edu/aravisamuel/home; Keith Choe (editor-suggested)
Keith Choeanonymouskchoe@ufl.edu08/01/201808/01/201808/03/201808/03/201808/03/20188/6/2018anonymous10.17912/ecsm-mp67WBPaper00055059WBPicture0000013883WS268new findings, replication successfulonly needs image 08/21/2018 Phenotypes curated, need to request new term; 09/07/2018 picture done, phenotype picture connections donephenotypeFechner, S., Loizeau, F., Nekimken, A. L., Pruitt, B. L., & Goodman, M. B. (2018). The bodies of dpy-10(e128) are twice as stiff as wild type. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/ECSM-MP67No corresponding author displayed.
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6061yDanielapublished46Mara SchwarzsteinMSchvarzstein@brooklyn.cuny.eduMara SchwarzsteinImmobilization of nematodes for live imaging using an agarose pad produced with a Vinyl RecordRiveraGomez_2018_vinylMiriam GoodmanMiriam Goodmananonymousmbgoodmn@stanford.edu07/26/201808/01/201808/01/2018Approved with minor modifications08/01/20188/9/2018anonymous10.17912/QG0J-VT85 WBPaper00054974WBPicture0000013882WS268New methodonly needs image, 09/07/2018 picture doneRivera Gomez, K. A., & Schvarzstein, M. (2018). Immobilization nematodes for live imaging using an agarose pad produced with a Vinyl Record. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/QG0J-VT85
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5860yKarenpublished47Caroline Dahlberglina.dahlberg@wwu.eduCaroline DahlbergDominant-negative VSP-4 disrupts ODR-10::GFP distribution but has limited effects on chemotaxisZocher_2018_VPS-4(DN)XJay Pieczynski, Eric Luth, Doug PortmanJay PieczynskiJay Pieczynskijpieczynski@rollins.edu07/23/201807/27/201807/31/2018Approved with minor modifications07/31/201808/02/2018Jay Pieczynski10.17912/gnyw-v322WBPaper00054955WBPicture0000013881WS268New finding08/20/2018 transgene and phenotype, 09/07/2018 picture done, phenotype picture connections donePhenotypeZocher, E., Ruth, N., & Dahlberg, C. (2018). Dominant-negative VPS-4 disrupts ODR-10::GFP distribution but has limited effects on chemotaxis. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/GNYW-V322
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5759yDanielaWaiting for integration resubmissionKelly Jun Liukelly.jun.liu@cornell.eduKelly Jun LiuA new deletion allele of sma-4Waiting for integration resubmission07/20/2018
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5658yKarenpublished44Matthew L. Schwartz mlschwartz1@gmail.comErik Jorgensen <erik.m.jorgensen@gmail.com>SapTrap vectors for introducing point mutations with unc-119+ selectionNeed Software Policy in place or at least a bit more fleshed out. Lots of accompanying files including YouTube videoshttps://www.micropublication.org/Schwartz_2018_SapTrapVectorsDan Dickinson, Jordan WardJordan Wardjward2@ucsc.edu07/17/201807/28/201807/29/201807/29/20187/29/2018Jordan Ward10.17912/DDVH-BG64WBPaper00054942WBPicture0000013880WS268Materials and reagentsonly needs image 08/20/2018 curated constructs,09/07/2018 picture doneNew MethodsSchwartz, M. L., & Jorgensen, E. M. (2018). SapTrap vectors for introducing point mutations with unc-119+ selection. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/DDVH-BG64
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5557yKarenpublished43Matthew L. Schwartz mlschwartz1@gmail.comErik Jorgensen <erik.m.jorgensen@gmail.com>SapTrap Builder: a desktop utility for CRISPR edit designNeed Software Policy in place or at least a bit more fleshed out. Lots of accompanying files including YouTube videoshttps://www.micropublication.org/schwartz_2018_saptrapbuilder.htmlDan Dickinson, Jordan WardJordan Wardjward2@ucsc.edu07/17/201807/28/201807/29/201807/29/20187/29/2018Jordan Ward10.17912/m4qq-2x02WBPaper00054943WBPicture0000013879WS268Software, new methodonly needs image, no other data- 09/07/2018 picture doneSoftwareSchwartz, M. L., & Jorgensen, E. M. (2018). SapTrap Builder: a desktop utility for CRISPR edit design. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/M4QQ-2X02.
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5456yKaren published58Celina Gallescelina.galles@gmail.comDiego de Mendoza demendoza@ibr-conicet.gov.arEndocannabinoid 2-arachidonoyl glycerol increases the transcription of daf-7 in ASI neuronsAuthors had an extended time to deal with reviewer's comments. Authors performed a follow up experimentGalles_2018_2-AG_daf-7
http://wordpress.micropublication.org/journals/biology/endocannabinoid-2-arachidonoyl-glycerol-increases-the-transcription-of-daf-7-in-asi-neurons/
Edie Myers (Edith)Edie MyersEdie Meyersemyers@fdu.edu06/13/201806/15/201806/20/2018My comments:


1) The authors measure daf-7::GFP expression during developmental stages that are known to have low daf-7 expression (and after the time when daf-7 levels are important for the dauer decision). It would be interesting to see the effect of the endocannabinoid on daf-7 expression earlier in development (perhaps at the L1 stage). This is just a point of interest, not something the authors need to address in this publication.


2) The adjusted GFP intensities are very high (usually published values with this type of quantification in the FK181 strain go up to e+3, but not to e+7 as in this report). Perhaps the authors could explain why these GFP values are so high.


3) In the Method section, the authors should specify whether the worms were raised in liquid or on NGM plates.
11/19/2018Edith Meyers[draft] 10.17912/micropub.biology.000056WBPaper00055693WS270New Finding11/19/2018, construct, transgene, phenotype curated Phenotype
Galles, C., Prez, G. M., & De Mendoza, D. (2018). Endocannabinoid 2-arachidonoyl glycerol increases the transcription of daf-7 in ASI neurons. https://doi.org/10.17912/MICROPUB.BIOLOGY.000056
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5355yDaniela/Karen published41Yoichi Shinkaiyoichi-shinkai@aist.go.jpMotomichi DoiEOR-1 mediates non-cell autonomous regulation of abts-1 gene expression in HSNs
https://www.micropublication.org/Shinkai_2018_eor-1
Derek SieburthDerek SieburthDerek Sieburthsieburth@usc.edu06/09/201806/11/201807/10/201807/10/20187/12/2018Derek Sieburth10.17912/pm1b-9z95WBPaper00054844WBPicture0000013878WS268New findings08/20/2018 Ex transgene and phenotypes, 09/07/2017 picture and phenotype picture connectionsPhenotypeShinkai, Y., & Doi, M. (2018). EOR-1 mediates non-cell autonomous regulation of abts-1 gene expression in HSNs. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/PM1B-9Z95Need to update UI to support multiple corresponding authors
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5254yDaniela/Karen published42Alakananda Dasalkadask@stanford.eduMiriam GoodmanImmunofluorescence reveals neuron-specific promoter activity in non-neuronal cellshttp://www.micropublication.org/Lear_2018_mec-17_unc-119.htmlOliver Hobert -> Declined sent to Zeynep AltunOliver hobertZeynep AltunAnonymouszeynep.altun@einstein.yu.edu 05/31/201806/15/2018 Altun -- 06/13/2018 (Hobert, declined formal review, sent suggestions); Miriam Goodman06/13/2018 (hobert); 6/19/18 (altun)07/18/20187/20/2018Anonymous10.17912/8fda-ck77WBPaper00054879WBPicture0000013873-77WS268New findings; methods and reagents08/20/2018 constructs and transgenes curated, 09/07/2018 pictures and expression curated expressionLear, S. K., Das, A., & Goodman, M. B. (2018). Immunofluorescence reveals neuron-specific promoter activity in non-neuronal cells. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/8FDA-CK77
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5153yDanielaRejectedrejected by reviewer; resubmitted by authorsIan Chin-Sangchinsang@queensu.caIan Chin-SangThe effect of GABA signaling on neuronal aging in Caenorhabditis elegansDhillon_2018_gbb-1Monica Driscoll- > accepted -- Hannah Nicholas (declined)Hannah NicholasMonica Driscolldriscoll@dls.rutgers.edu05/29/2018(06/05/2018) 06/14/201806/19/2018RejectedRejected
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5052yKaren accepted39Peter Chisnellpeter.chisnell@ucsf.eduCynthia KenyonSilencing the ASI gustatory neuron pair extends lifespanhttps://www.micropublication.org/chisnell_2018_asi_longevity.htmlXJoy AlcedoJoy AlcedoJoy Alcedojoy.alcedo@wayne.edu05/24/201805/30/20185/31/2018use hyphen for wild-type when used as an adjective06/01/20186/1/2018Joy Alcedo10.17912/ft9e-7e37WBPaper00054622WBPicture0000013648WS267New findingsPhenotypeChisnell, P., & Kenyon, C. (2018). Silencing the ASI gustatory neuron pair extends lifespan. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/FT9E-7E37no corresponding author displayed
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4951yKaren accepted40Steve Johnsonstevenj@byu.eduSteve JohnsonChemotaxis based selection of the rol-6 markerhttps://www.micropublication.org/Carter_2018_chemotaxis_enrichmentDiana Chu, Ahna SkopAhna SkopDiana ChuDiana Chudiana chu05/24/201805/26/2018(Skop); 05/29/2018(Chu)5/31/2018Ahna couldn't review article; will send to Diana and ask her to suggest other reviewers. Diana included extensive comments06/06/20186/7/2018Diana Chu10.17912/kedf-yn42WBPaper00054673WBPicture0000013650WS267new methodno construct to curateMethods & ReagentsCarter, J. L., Morales, R., & Johnson, S. M. (2018). Chemotaxis based enrichment for transgenic animals containing the rol-6 marker. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/KEDF-YN42Article has a whole bunch of divergent Section headers. We should discourage this (although we can accomodate it)
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4850yKaren Retractedrejected by editorsWadim Kapulkinwadim_kapulkin@yahoo.co.ukChris LinkOn the nature of alleles ectopically inducing the small heat shock protein reporterKapullkin_2018_ectopic_hsp_inductionX05/25/2018
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4749yKaren accepted38Peter Chisnellpeter.chisnell@ucsf.eduCynthia KenyonSilencing the ASI gustatory neuron pair increases expression of the stress-resistance gene sod-3 in a daf-16 and daf-3 independent mannerhttps://www.micropublication.org/Chisnell_2018_ASI_sod-3XJoy Alcedo, Seung-Jae LeeSeung-Jae V. LeeSeung-Jae V. Leeseungjaelee@postech.ac.kr,
seungjaelee1@gmail.com
05/24/201805/30/20185/30/20185/30/201805/30/20185/29/2018Seung-Jae V. Lee10.17912/W2W37VWBPaper00054590WBPicture0000013649WS267New findingstransgene muEx641, there was a typo in the paper for one for instance of this transgene; author corrected transgene namePhenotypeChisnell, P., & Kenyon, C. (2018). Silencing the ASI gustatory neuron pair increases expression of the stress-resistance gene sod-3 in a daf-16 and daf-3 independent manner. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2W37Vno corresponding author displayed
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46 (28)48yKaren accepted37Swathi ArurSArur@mdanderson.orgArurGFP::PCN-1 does not reliably mark S phase in C. elegans germline stem cellshttps://www.micropublication.org/Furuta_2018_GFP-PNC-1Tim Schedl, Anne Villenueve, Ariz MohammadAriz MohammadAriz Mohammadamohammad@wustl.edu05/23/2018; originally submitted 10/17/201705/24/20185/25/20185/26/201805/29/20185/30/2018Ariz Mohammad10.17912/W20W9GWBPaper00054584WBPicture0000013651WS267Negative Result (TH: This is currently set to New Finding)ExpressionFuruta, T; Arur, S (2018): GFP::PCN-1 does not reliably mark S phase in C. elegans germline stem cells. microPublication Biology. Dataset.https://doi.org/10.17912/W20W9G
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4547yDanielaRejected rejected by reviewerRamuna Subramaniamjamuna17@sriramachandra.edu.inRamuna SubramaniamOrganic solvents can influence acetylcholine neurotransmission in Caenorhabditis elegansDevi_2018_organic_solventsJim RandJim RandJames-Rand@ouhsc.edu04/23/201805/17/201805/17/2018Rejected
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4446yKaren conflict of interestrejected by editorsChris HopkinsNemametrix
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4345yKaren Published36Nick Munoznrmunoz77@gmail.comDiana ChuNew allele of C. elegans gene spch-3 (T27A3.4), called xc2https://www.micropublication.org/Furuta_2018_GFP-PNC-1Pei Yin ShihPei Yin ShihPei Yin Shihpshih@caltech.edu05/01/201805/01/201805/01/201805/01/20185/1/2018Pei Yin Shih10.17912/W2995WWBPaper00054442WBPicture0000013647WS266New findings5/14/18 allele entered into nameserver 5/14/18Genotype dataMunoz, N. R., Byrd, D. T., & Chu, D. (2018). New allele of C. elegans gene spch-3 (T27A3.4), called xc2. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2995W
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4244yDanielaPublished34Jamie Hojamho@ucdavis.eduDan StarrCharacterizing Dynein’s Role in P-cell Nuclear Migration using an Auxin-Induced Degradation Systemhttps://www.micropublication.org/Ho_2018_Auxin.htmlMartha SotoMartha SotoMartha Sotosotomc@rwjms.rutgers.edu4/17/20184/20/184/23/184/23/184/27/185/1/2018Martha Soto10.17912/W2W96JWBPaper00054441WBPicture0000013646WS266New findings5/14/18 2 phenotypes, transgene, construct, molecule for UD551 curatedPhenotypeHo, J., Valdez, V. A., Ma, L., & Starr, D. A. (2018). Characterizing Dynein’s Role in P-cell Nuclear Migration using an Auxin-Induced Degradation System. Micropublication:biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2W96Jnote, this is not a micropub - the text is mostly narrative and hinges on dicussion of a hypothesis and conclusion- this is a minipub?

No Corresponding author displayed. Prose reagents.
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4143yKaren Published35Daniel Dickinsondaniel.dickinson@austin.utexas.eduDickinson/GoldsteinSapTrap assembly of repair templates for Cas9-triggered homologous recombination with a self-excising cassettehttps://www.micropublication.org/Dickinson_2018_SapTrap_SECErik JorgensenErik JorgensenErik Jorgensenjorgensen@biology.utah.edu4/17/20184/20/184/25/20184/25/20184/30/20185/1/2018Erik Jorgensen10.17912/W2KT0NWBPaper00054381WBPicture0000013645WS266Methods and reagents5/14/18 all plamids curatedNew MethodsDickinson, D. J., Slabodnick, M. M., Chen, A. H., & Goldstein, B. (2018). SapTrap assembly of repair templates for Cas9-triggered homologous recombination with a self-excising cassette. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2KT0N
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4042yKaren Published33Eric Lambielambie@biologie.uni-muenchen.deEric LambieEstablishment of a CRISPR/Cas9-based strategy for inducible protein dimerization https://www.micropublication.org/Zielich_2018_inducible_protein_dimerization.htmlAdam Norris, PhD


Daniel J Dickinson, PhD
Adam NorrisAdam Norrisadnorris@smu.edu04/12/201804/12/2018 to Norris04/16/201804/16/201804/16/20184/17/2018Adam Norris10.17912/W2208RWBPaper00054190WBPicture0000013644WS266New Methods5/14/18 construct and transgenec curated, dx203 engineered allele added to nameserver WBVar02148901New MethodsZielich, J., Mangal, S., Zanin, E., & Lambie, E. J. (2018). Establishment of a CRISPR/Cas9-based strategy for inducible protein dimerization. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2208Rpdf contains grammatical errors example: "of of", and line spacing errors; also genus species are not italicized in the references
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3941yKarenPublished32Peter Askjaerpask@upo.esPeter AskjaerEfficient FLP-mediated germ-line recombination in C. eleganshttps://www.micropublication.org/Macias-Leon_2018_FLP_germline.htmlChristian Frøkjær-JensenChristian Frøkjær-JensenChristian Frøkjær-Jensencfjensen@kaust.edu.sa03/15/201803/15/201803/18/201803/18/201803/18/02083/19/2018Christian Frøkjær-Jensen10.17912/W2G66SWBPaper00053843WBPicture0000013641WS265New Methods5/14/18 transgenes/constructs curated; paper was entered into postgres for WS265, but objects might not have been curatedNew MethodsMacías-León, J., & Askjaer, P. (2018). Efficient FLP-mediated germ-line recombination in C. elegans. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2G66S
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3840yDanielaPublished31Esther Zaninzanin@biologie.uni-muenchen.deEsther ZaninRapamycin-induced protein dimerization as a tool for C. elegans researchhttps://www.micropublication.org/Mangal_2018_rapamycin.htmlAnn WehmanAnn WehmanAnn Wehmanann.wehman@virchow.uni-wuerzburg.de02/28/201803/06/201803/15/201803/15/201803/19/20183/20/2018Ann Wehman10.17912/W2BH3HWBPaper00054440WBPicture0000013643WS266New Methods5/14/18 transgenes curated Mangal, S., Zielich, J., Lambie, E. J., & Zanin, E. (2018). Rapamycin-induced protein dimerization as a tool for C. elegans research. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2BH3Htables as images
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3739yDanielaAwaiting author's responseTheadora TolkinTheadora.Tolkin@nyumc.orgJane HubbardUse of the Neurospora light-inducible VIVID dimerization domain is not effective for light-sensitive Gal4/UAS in C. eleganstolkin_2018_bluelight_GAL4.htmlHan WangHan WangAnonymoushanw@caltech.edu02/27/201802/27/201802/28/2018AnonymousNegative resultsPhenotype?
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3638yKarenPublished30David Angelesdangeles@caltech.eduPaul SternbergTwo new functions in the WormBase Enrichment Suitehttps://www.micropublication.org/angeles_2018_enrichment.htmlPaola RoncagliaPaola RoncagliaPaola Roncagliapaola@ebi.ac.uk02/07/201802/28/1802/28/1802/28/1802/28/183/27/2018Paola Roncaglia10.17912/W25Q2NWBPaper00054439WBPicture0000013642WS266New Methodsnothing to curateData analysis toolsAngeles-Albores, D., Lee, R. Y. N., Chan, J., & Sternberg, P. W. (2018). Two new functions in the WormBase Enrichment Suite. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W25Q2N
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3537yDanielaPending author's actionPaul Sternbergpws@caltech.eduPaul Sternbergchamberlin_2018_cuticle-int.htmlTony PageAnthony PageAnthony PageTony.Page@glasgow.ac.uk01/16/201801/17/201801/22/201801/22/201801/22/2018Anthony PageNew findingsIntegration
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3436yDanielaPending author's actionPaul Sternbergpws@caltech.eduPaul Sternbergchamberlin_2018_cuticle-II.htmlTony PageAnthony PageAnthony PageTony.Page@glasgow.ac.uk01/16/201801/17/201801/22/201801/22/201801/22/2018Anthony PageNew findingsGenotype
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3335yDanielaPending author's actionPaul Sternbergpws@caltech.eduPaul Sternbergchamberlin_2018_cuticle-I.htmlTony PageAnthony PageAnthony PageTony.Page@glasgow.ac.uk01/16/201801/17/201801/22/201801/22/201801/22/2018Anthony PageNew findingsPhenotype
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3234yDanielaAccepted29Nick Munosnrmunoz77@gmail.comDiana ChuNew alleles of C. elegans gene cls-2 (R107.6), called xc3, xc4, and xc5https://www.micropublication.org/munoz_2017_cls-2.htmlAndrea KalisAndrea KalisAnonymousakkalis@stkate.edu12/06/201712/7/201712/8/201712/8/201712/19/2017Anonymous10.17912/W2RQ2XWBPaper00053572WBPicture0000013640WS264New findingsno phenotypes to curateGenotypeMunoz, N. R., Black, C. J., Young, E. T., & Chu, D. S. (2017). New alleles of C. elegans gene cls-2 (R107.6), called xc3, xc4, and xc5. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2RQ2XSays "anonymous" for reviewer, but reviewer is credited on micropub.org
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31 two separate DOIS, should be two IDs, numbering is off now.33yDaniela/Karen Accepted26Brent Neumanbrent.neumann@monash.eduBrent Neumandaf-2 modulates regeneration of mechanosensory neurons Ihttps://www.micropublication.org/abay_2017_daf-2-IRachid El Bejjani <raelbejjani@davidson.edu>
Suggested, but didn't send to Alexandra Byrne <alexandra.byrne@umassmed.edu>
Rachid El BejjaniRachid El Bejjani<raelbejjani@davidson.edu>11/10/201711/17/1711/26/1711/27/1711/26/1712/1/2017Rachid El Bejjani10.17912/W2XD3RWBPaper00053569WBPicture0000013637WS264New findings1/15/18 daf-2 phenotype after axotomyPhenotypeAbay, Z. C., Wong, M. Y.-Y., & Neumann, B. (2017). daf-2 modulates regeneration of mechanosensory neurons I. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2XD3RReferences have formatting, no others do. Reagents are prose.
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3132yDaniela/Karen Accepted27Brent Neumanbrent.neumann@monash.eduBrent Neumandaf-2 modulates regeneration of mechanosensory neurons IIhttps://www.micropublication.org/abay_2017_daf-2-IIRachid El Bejjani <raelbejjani@davidson.edu>
Rachid El BejjaniRachid El Bejjani<raelbejjani@davidson.edu>11/10/201711/17/1711/26/1711/28/1711/26/1712/1/2017Rachid El Bejjani10.17912/W2SM1TWBPaper00053570WBPicture0000013638WS264New findings1/15/18 daf-2 phenotype after axotomy PhenotypeAbay, Z. C., Wong, M. Y.-Y., & Neumann, B. (2017). daf-2 modulates regeneration of mechanosensory neurons II. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2SM1T"Correspon dence To" not "To whom Correspondence should be addressed. Which?
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3131yDaniela/Karen Accepted28Brent Neumanbrent.neumann@monash.eduBrent Neumandaf-2 modulates regeneration of mechanosensory neurons: Integrationhttps://www.micropublication.org/abay_2017_daf-2-int.htmlRachid El Bejjani <raelbejjani@davidson.edu>
Rachid El BejjaniRachid El Bejjani<raelbejjani@davidson.edu>11/10/201711/17/1711/26/1711/29/1711/26/1712/1/2017Rachid El Bejjani10.17912/W2NW9CWBPaper00053571WBPicture0000013639WS264Summary of new findingsnothing to curatePhenotype IntegrationAbay, Z. C., Wong, M. Y.-Y., & Neumann, B. (2017). daf-2 regeneration of mechanosensory neurons: integration. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2NW9C
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3030yDanielaAccepted25Rik Korswagenr.korswagen@hubrecht.euRik KorswagenExtending the CRISPR toolbox for C. elegans: Cpf1 as an alternative gene editing system for AT-
rich sequences
https://www.micropublication.org/ebbing_2017_cpf-1.htmlAlex PaixAlex PaixAnonymousapaix1@jhmi.edu11/1/201711/10/201711/15/1711/15/1712/1/2017Anonymous10.17912/W2237DWBPaper00053568WBPicture0000013636WS264Methods & reagentsnothing to curateNew MethodsEbbing, A., Shang, P., Geijsen, N., & Korswagen, H. C. (2017). Extending the CRISPR toolbox for C. elegans: Cpf1 as an alternative gene editing system for AT-rich sequences. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2237D
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30-DanielaAccepted25Rik Korswagenr.korswagen@hubrecht.euRik KorswagenExtending the CRISPR toolbox for C. elegans: Cpf1 as an alternative gene editing system for AT-
rich sequences
Andy Fire- lab admin declinedAndy Fireafire@stanford.edu11/1/2017
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30-DanielaAccepted25Rik Korswagenr.korswagen@hubrecht.euRik KorswagenExtending the CRISPR toolbox for C. elegans: Cpf1 as an alternative gene editing system for AT-
rich sequences
Geraldine Seydoux - suggested Alex PaixGeraldine Seydouxgseydoux@jhmi.edu11/1/2017
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2929yDanielaAccepted24Jarod Rollinsjrollins@mdibl.orgJarod RollinsLoss of eif-2alpha phosphorylation on S49 (human S51) associated with the integrated stress response hastens development in C. eleganshttps://www.micropublication.org/rollins_2017_eif-2.htmlElaine LeeElaine LeeElaine Lee
elaine.c.lee@uconn.edu
10/20/201710/25/2017 she replied to accept review on 11/02/2017 and would be out of office till nov 6th11/16/1711/16/1711/22/2017Elaine Lee10.17912/W2BM1SWBPaper00053567WBPicture0000013635WS264New findings1/15/18 rog3 phenotypesPhenotypeRollins, J., Lind, N., & Rogers, A. N. (2017). Loss of eif-2alpha phosphorylation on S49 (mammalian S51) associated with the integrated stress response hastens development in C. elegans​. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2BM1S10/25/18 approved for publication date initially posted as 11/20, should be 11/16, corrected on html, but not pdf
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28 (46)28yON HOLDArur SwathiSArur@mdanderson.org10/19/2017
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2727yDanielaAccepted23Paul Sternbergpws@caltech.eduPaul SternbergA new mutation with a polycystin phenotypic spectrum in Caenorhabditis eleganshttps://www.micropublication.org/whittaker_2017_lov-3.htmlSreejith RamakrishnanSreejiit RamakrishnanSreejiit Ramakrishnansreejith@stanford.edu10/17/201710/17/201710/20/201710/20/201711/9/2017Sreejiit Ramakrishnan10.17912/W2N37PWBPaper00053325WBPicture0000013634WS26311/13/17 sy682 phenotypesPhenotypeWhittaker, A., Schindelman, G., Gharib, S., & Sternberg, P. W. (2017). A new mutation with a polycystin phenotypic spectrum in Caenorhabditis elegans. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2N37PHas a "table legend". Strains aren't looked but components are.
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2626yDanielaAccepted22Paul Sternbergpws@caltech.eduPaul SternbergCopulation defective mutants of C. eleganshttps://www.micropublication.org/cronin_2017_codscreen.htmlDouglas PortmanRay Hong and Douglas PortmanDouglas Portmandouglas_portman@urmc.rochester.edu10/09/201710/17/201711/2/2017Douglas Portman10.17912/W2XH3SWBPaper00053313WBPicture0000013633W26311/17/17 doneGenetic ScreenHajdu-Cronin, Y. M., Liu, K. S., Barber, L., Chamberlin, H. M., Boorstein, W., & Sternberg, P. W. (2017). Copulation defective mutants of C. elegans. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2XH3S
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26-Danieladeclined review22Paul Sternbergpws@caltech.eduPaul SternbergCopulation defective mutants of C. elegansAhna SkopAhna Skop
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26-DanielaAccepted22Paul Sternbergpws@caltech.eduPaul SternbergCopulation defective mutants of C. elegansRay HongRay Hongray.hong@csun.edu10/11/201710/23/201710/23/2017Ray Hong
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2525yDanielaAccepted21Paul Sternbergpws@caltech.eduPaul SternbergScreening for C. elegans male copulation-defective mutants by the mating plug phenotype https://www.micropublication.org/liu_2017_plgscreen.htmlDouglas PortmanRay Hong and Douglas PortmanDouglas Portmandouglas_portman@urmc.rochester.edu10/09/201710/17/201711/2/2017Douglas Portman10.17912/W2SS9KWBPaper00053312WBPicture0000013632W263did what i could, waiting for more strain namesGenetic ScreenLiu, K., Hajdu-Cronin, Y., Chen, A., Schindelman, G., Whittaker, A., Gharib, S., & Sternberg, P. W. (2017). Screening for C. elegans male copulation-defective mutants by the mating plug phenotype. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2SS9K
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25-Danieladeclined review21Paul Sternbergpws@caltech.eduPaul SternbergScreening for C. elegans male copulation-defective mutants by the mating plug phenotype Ahna Skop10/09/2017
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25-DanielaAccepted21Paul Sternbergpws@caltech.eduPaul SternbergScreening for C. elegans male copulation-defective mutants by the mating plug phenotype Ray HongRay Hongray.hong@csun.edu10/09/201710/11/201710/23/201710/23/2017Ray Hong
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2424yDanielaAccepted20Paul Sternbergpws@caltech.eduPaul Sternbergsy680 is a novel allele of pkd-2https://www.micropublication.org/whittaker_2017_pkd-2.htmlBob O'HaganBon O'HaganBob O'Haganohagan@dls.rutgers.edu09/13/201709/13/201709/27/201709/27/20179/28/2017Bob O'Hagan10.17912/W2SW9MWBPaper00053311WBPicture0000013631WS263no phenotype curation neededGenotypeWhittaker, A., Schindelman, G., Gharib, S., & Sternberg, P. W. (2017). sy680 is a novel allele of pkd-2. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2SW9MThis article creates new section headings not present in other micropubliations. It also icludes a figure legend. Missing HHMI affiiation
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24-Daniela20Paul Sternbergpws@caltech.eduPaul Sternbergsy680 is a novel allele of pkd-2Maureen BarrMaureen BarrMaureen Barrbarr@biology.rutgers.edu
barr@dls.rutgers.edu
09/13/2017did not reply, sent to Bob O'Hagandid not reply, sent to Bob O'Hagan
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2323yDanielaAccepted19Shoei Mitanimitani.shohei@twmu.ac.jpShoei MitaniNovel deletion alleles of a C. elegans gene Y73E7A.1, named as tm6429 and tm6475http://www.micropublication.org/suehiro_2017_Y73E7A1.htmlKatie BrugmanKatie BrugmanPei Yin ShihKatie Brugmankbrugman@caltech.edu08/30/201708/31/2017did not reply, sent to Peidid not reply, sent to Pei10/3/2017Pei Yin Shih10.17912/W2808MWBPaper00053309WBPicture0000013629WS263GenotypeSuehiro, Y., Yoshina, S., Hori, S., & Mitani, S. (2017). Novel deletion alleles of a C. elegans gene Y73E7A.1, named as tm6429 and tm6475. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2808MSays reviewer to ackowledge is somebody who didn;t reply
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23-DanielaAccepted19Shoei Mitanimitani.shohei@twmu.ac.jpShoei MitaniNovel deletion alleles of a C. elegans gene Y73E7A.1, named as tm6429 and tm6475pshih@caltech.edu 08/30/201709/08/2017
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2222yDanielaAccepted18Shoei Mitanimitani.shohei@twmu.ac.jpShoei MitaniNovel deletion alleles of a C. elegans gene Y48E1C.1, named as tm5468, tm5625 and tm5626https://www.micropublication.org/hori_2017_y48e1c1.htmlJames LeeJames LeeJames Leejllee@caltech.edu08/30/201708/31/201709/06/201709/06/201710/3/2017James Lee10.17912/W2CQ14WBPaper00053310WBPicture0000013630WS263GenotypeHori, S., Suehiro, Y., Yoshina, S., & Mitani, S. (2017). Novel deletion alleles of a C. elegans gene Y48E1C.1, named as tm5468, tm5625 and tm5626. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2CQ14
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2121yDanielaAccepted17Shoei Mitanimitani.shohei@twmu.ac.jpShoei MitaniNovel deletion alleles of a C. elegans gene C38D4.9, named as tm4476 and tm4561https://www.micropublication.org/yoshina_2017_C38D49.htmlPei Yin ShihPei Yin ShihPei Yin Shihpshih@caltech.edu 08/30/201708/31/201709/06/201709/06/201710/3/2017Pei Yin Shih10.17912/W2HH32WBPaper00053294WBPicture0000013628WS263GenotypeYoshina, S., Hori, S., Suehiro, Y., & Mitani, S. (2017). Novel deletion alleles of a C. elegans gene C38D4.9, named as tm4476 and tm4561. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2HH32This has a type called "Sequence data". Is this a top-level type or a category
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2020yDanielaAccepted16Junho Leeelegans@snu.ac.krJunho LeeA quantitative trait locus for nictation behavior on chromosome Vhttps://www.micropublication.org/kim-2017--nictation.htmlErik AndersenErik AndersenErik Andersenerik.andersen@northwestern.edu08/24/201709/02/201709/05/201709/05/20179/19/2017Erik Andersen10.17912/W23D39WBPaper00053293WBPicture0000013627WS26311/13/17 phenotypes for introgressed lines, need to have introgressed rearrangements created and added to acedb- will need to fix annotation to these objects once they have been made. PhenotypeKim, J., Lee, D., & Lee, J. (2017). A quantitative trait locus for nictation behavior on chromosome V. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W23D39Illustrates difficulties with reagents. Sometimes they are single items, sometimes composite. Sometimes the dsiaply conditions additional descriptions about the item (each genotype for strains, not just it's ID). How to handle figure legends?
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1919yDanielaAccepted15Jennifer Tsialikasjennifertsialikas@gmail.comYair Argonxbp-1 mRNA splicing is attenuated under prolonged
exposure to ER stress
https://www.micropublication.org/tsialikas_2017_splicing.htmlVeena PrahladVeena PrahladVeena Prahladveena-prahlad@uiowa.edu08/21/201708/31/201709/05/201709/05/201710/12/2017Veena Prahlad10.17912/W2707XWBPaper00053292WBPicture0000013626WS26311/13/17 phenotypePhenotypeTsialikas, J., & Argon, Y. (2017). xbp-1 mRNA splicing is attenuated under prolonged exposure to ER stress. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2707XReagents issus; no corespnding author set
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1919-DanielaReviewer did not reply in time, sent to Prahlad instead15Jennifer Tsialikasjennifertsialikas@gmail.comYair Argonxbp-1 mRNA splicing is attenuated under prolonged
exposure to ER stress
Tali GidalevitzTali GidalevitzTali Gidalevitztali.gidalevitz@drexel.edu08/21/201708/23/2017;08/29/2017Tali Gidalevitz
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1818yDanielaWaiting to hear backChamberlinchamberlin.27@osu.eduMutations causing defects in C. elegans male spicule cuticle08/09/2017Split in different micropubs?
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1717yDanielaAccepted14De Meyer and Songmsong2@oakland.eduMi Hye SongLocalization of tbg-1 mRNAs and GFP::TBG-1 protein in Early C. elegans Embryos https://www.micropublication.org/DeMeyer_2017_tbg-1.htmlAndy GoldenAndy GoldenAndy Goldenandyg@intra.niddk.nih.gov08/18/201708/23/201708/23/201708/23/20178/23/2017Andy Golden10.17912/W2CW8HWBPaper00053033WBPicture0000013625, Expr13320WS262New DataExpressionDeMeyer, L., & Song, M. H. (2017). Localization of tbg-1 mRNAs and GFP::TBG-1 protein in Early C. elegans Embryos. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2CW8H
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1616yDanielaAccepted13El Bejjaniraelbejjani@davidson.eduRachid El Bejjanispas-1 expression in neurons and vulva during L4 stagehttps://www.micropublication.org/Brown_2017_spas-1.htmlMelissa KelleyMelissa KelleyMelissa Kelleykelleym@wou.edu07/13/20177/17/177/31/2017Melissa Kelley10.17912/W2P94XWBPaper00053032WBPicture0000013624, Expr13319WS262New DataExpressionBrown, G., & El Bejjani, R. (2017). SPAS-1 expression in neurons and vulva during L4 stage. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2P94X
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1515yKarenAccepted12Updikedupdike@mdibl.orgDustin Updikeswt-3 transcripts are expressed in Z1/Z4 during embryogenesis and in the adult spermathecahttps://www.micropublication.org/updike_2017_swt-3.htmlAndy GoldenAndy GoldenAndy Goldenandyg@intra.niddk.nih.gov07/04/177/6/177/6/177/6/177/20/2017Andy Golden10.17912/W2ZT02WBPaper00051525WBPicture0000013622, Expr13238WS262ExpressionUpdike, D. (2017). swt-3 transcripts are expressed in Z1/Z4 during embryogenesis and in the adult spermatheca. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2ZT02
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1414yKarenRejectedUpdikedupdike@mdibl.orgDustin UpdikeZC132.4 transcripts are expressed in Z1/Z4 cells in the embryo and the DTC of the adultAlexander van Oudenaarda.vanoudenaarden@hubrecht.eu07/03/177/6/17
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1313yKarenAccepted11Updikedupdike@mdibl.orgDustin Updikeacdh-1 transcripts are expressed in the intestinehttps://www.micropublication.org/updike_2017_acdh-1.htmlJim LissemoreJim LissemoreJim Lissemorejlissemore@jcu.edu07/02/177/6/177/8/177/8/177/20/2017Jim Lissemore10.17912/W2V365WBPaper00051524WBPicture0000013621, Expr13237WS262ExpressionUpdike, D. (2017). acdh-1 transcripts are expressed in the intestine. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2V365
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1212yDanielaRejected by PIKapulkinwadim_kapulkin@yahoo.co.ukIan Hoperps-3::GFP transgene ubiquitously expressed in somatic cells and tissues06/28/17RejectedRejectedRejectedRejected
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1111yDanielaAccepted10Waltonhanw@caltech.eduPaul SternbergMapping results for a set of cGAL effectors and drivershttps://www.micropublication.org/walton-2017_cgal4_mapping.htmlGhamoli (Ali) Jafari Ghamoli Ali JafariMichael Ailionceltimer@gmail.com06/01/1706/14/1706/17/1706/17/177/6/201710.17912/W2Q947 WBPaper00051526WBPicture0000013623WS262new data, materials&reagentsGenotypeWalton, ​Sophie J., Wang, H., Lui, J., & Sternberg, P. W. (2017). Mapping results for a set of cGAL effectors and drivers. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2Q947TH: Is there only one reviewer here? Problems with authro affiliations. These figures could be actual tables... This is the first article with multiple figures
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11-DanielaAccepted10Waltonhanw@caltech.eduPaul SternbergMapping results for a set of cGAL effectors and driversMichael AilionMichael Ailionmailion@uw.edu06/01/1706/14/1706/26/1706/26/17Michael Ailion
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1010yKarenAccepted9Trishatim schedlKnudraPrecision deletion of the entire coding sequence of the mod-5 locus causes increase in pharyngeal pumping frequencyhttps://www.micropublication.org/brock-2017--knu-383.htmlTim SchedlTim SchedlAnonymous6/6/2017Anonymous10.17912/W2NP4DWBPaper00051375WBPicture0000013617WS261PhenotypeBrock, T., Pop, S., Bradford, C., Lawson, J., Resch, L., & Hopkins, C. (2017). Precision deletion of the entire coding sequence of the mod-5 locus causes increase in pharyngeal pumping frequency. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2NP4DThis article says "peer Reviewed" with no citation, instead of "Reviewed By: Anaonymois". References not cited in text numerically -- should be ordered alphabetically but are not.
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99yDanielaRetractedPrahladveena-prahlad@uiowa.eduVeena PrahladThe expression pattern of the stress-inducible hsp-70 gene F44E5.4/F44E5.5 across tissues depends on the stress regimenArjumand Ghazi Arjumand Ghazi arjumand.ghazi@chp.edu, <ghazia@pitt.edu>05/12/201705/16/2017RejectedRejected
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9-DanielaRetractedPrahladveena-prahlad@uiowa.eduVeena PrahladThe expression pattern of the stress-inducible hsp-70 gene F44E5.4/F44E5.5 across tissues depends on the stress regimenTodd LamitinaTodd Lamitinatodd.lamitina@chp.edu05/12/201705/17/2017
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9-DanielaRetractedPrahladveena-prahlad@uiowa.eduVeena PrahladThe expression pattern of the stress-inducible hsp-70 gene F44E5.4/F44E5.5 across tissues depends on the stress regimenTina GumiennyTina Gumiennytgumienny@twu.edu05/12/201705/19/2017
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88yDanielaAccepted8Wanghanw@caltech.eduPaul Sternbergnu444 is a novel allele of pkc-1 in C. eleganshttps://www.micropublication.org/han-2017_nu444_sequence.htmlJordan WardJordan WardJordan Wardjward2@ucsc.edu05/16/201705/17/201705/17/201705/17/20175/18/2017Jordan Ward10.17912/W2Z59X WBPaper00051374WBPicture0000013616WS261New DataGenotypeWang, H., & Sieburth, D. (2017). nu444 is a novel allele of pkc-1 in C. elegans. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2Z59X
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8-DanielaAccepted8Wanghanw@caltech.eduPaul Sternbergnu444 is a novel allele of pkc-1 in C. elegansMartin HudsonMartin Hudson - reviewed after paper was publishedMartin Hudsonmhudso28@kennesaw.edu05/16/201705/17/2017Martin Hudson
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77yDanielaAccepted7Michaelmattm@usc.edu Matt MichaelAsymmetric distribution of cyb-3 in 4-cell stage embryoshttps://www.micropublication.org/michael-2017--cyb-3Ian HopeIan HopeIan Hope i.a.hope@leeds.ac.uk03/15/201703/15/201703/16/201703/16/20173/21/2017Ian Hopedoi.10.17912/W27P4PWBPaper00050960WBPicture0000013615WS260Findings previously not shownExpressionMichael, W. M. (2017). Asymmetric distribution of cyb-3 in 4-cell stage embryos. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W27P4P
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66yDanielaAccepted6Hiebertterra.hiebert@nemametrix.comNemametrixReduced pharyngeal pumping rates observed in tph-1 mutants using microfluidic electropharyngeogram (EPG) recordings
https://www.micropublication.org/hiebert-2017--tph-1mutantsVeena PrahladVeena PrahladVeena Prahladveena-prahlad@uiowa.edu12/12/201612/22/201601/27/201701/27/20172/8/2017Veena Prahlad10.17912/W2CC7ZWBPaper00050740WBPicture0000013537WS259Replication successful/methodhttp://www.micropublicationbiology.org/hiebert-2017--tph-1mutants.htmlPhenotypeHiebert, T., Chicas-Cruz, A., & McCormick, K. (2017). Reduced pharyngeal pumping rates observed in tph-1 mutants using microfluidic electropharyngeogram (EPG) recordings. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2CC7ZNo communicating author indicated; URLs in Affiliations should be linked (need to updated form if so)
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55yDanielaAccepted5Hiebertterra.hiebert@nemametrix.comNemametrixBasal pharyngeal pumping elevated in C. elegans mod-5 mutantshttps://www.micropublication.org/hiebert-2017--mod-5mutants.htmlVeena PrahladVeena PrahladVeena Prahladveena-prahlad@uiowa.edu12/12/201612/22/201601/27/201701/27/20172/8/2017Veena Prahlad10.17912/W2H59WWBPaper00050739WBPicture0000013536WS259New Data/methodhttp://www.micropublicationbiology.org/hiebert-2017--mod-5mutants.htmlPhenotypeHiebert, T., Chicas-Cruz, A., & McCormick, K. (2017). Basal pharyngeal pumping elevated in C. elegans mod-5 mutants. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2H59WPDF is docx; URL in affiliation; no corresponding author; strains aren't linked but components are.
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44yDanielaAccepted4Clovisyoanne.clovis@nemametrix.comNemametrixMutations in KCNQ potassium channels cause pharyngeal pumping defects in C. eleganshttps://www.micropublication.org/clovis_2016_Arrhythmia.htmlDan WilliamsDan WilliamsDan Williamsdwilliams@coastal.edu10/20/201611/1/201611/3/201611/3/201611/10/2016Dan Williams10.17912/W2MW2DWBPaper00050613WBPicture0000013535WS258New DataPhenotypeClovis, Y., Webb, A., Turner, C., & Roberts, B. (2016). Mutations in KCNQ potassium channels cause pharyngeal pumping defects in C. elegans. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2MW2DNo communicating author indicated; URLs in Affiliations should be linked (need to updated form if so)
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33yDanielaAccepted3Robinsonkathryn.mccormick@nemametrix.comNemametrixTrehalose extends healthspan in C. eleganshttps://www.micropublication.org/McCormick_2016_trehalose.htmlCheryl Van BuskirkCheryl Van BuskirkCheryl Van Buskirkcheryl.vanbuskirk@csun.edu10/19/201610/19/201610/25/201610/25/201610/28/2016Cheryl Van Buskirk10.17912/W2RP4BWBPaper00050383WBPicture0000013534WS258Repicate/different methodPhenotypeRobinson, K. J., & McCormick, K. (2016). Trehalose Extends Healthspan in C. elegans. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2RP4B
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22yDanielaAccepted2Weeksjweeks@uoregon.eduNemametrixMicrofluidic EPG Recordings Show Striking Pharyngeal Pumping Phenotype in a C. elegans Alzheimer’s Disease Modelhttp://www.micropublication.org/Weeks_2016_Alzheimer.htmlNicole LiachkoNicole Liachko10/10/201610/20/201610/21/201610/20/201610/21/2016Chris Link10.17912/W2WC7MWBPaper00050306WBPicture0000013532WS257New DataPhenotypeWeeks, J. C., Robinson, K. J., Wanjeri, B., Copenhaver, P. F., & Roberts, W. M. (2016). Microfluidic EPG Recordings Show Striking Pharyngeal Pumping Phenotype in a C. elegans Alzheimer’s Disease Model. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2WC7Mrobinson-2016--alzheimer.html changed to Weeks_2016_Alzheimer.html (5/30/2018). TH: Two reviewers, but only one in spreadsheet. Duplicated references. Atomized reagents
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22yDanielaAccepted2Weeksjweeks@uoregon.eduNemametrixMicrofluidic EPG Recordings Show Striking Pharyngeal Pumping Phenotype in a C. elegans Alzheimer’s Disease Modelhttp://www.micropublication.org/Weeks_2016_Alzheimer.htmlChris LinkChris LinkChris LinkChris.Link@Colorado.EDU10/10/201610/20/201610/21/201610/20/201610/21/2016Chris Link10.17912/W2WC7MWBPaper00050306WBPicture0000013532WS257New DataPhenotypeWeeks, J. C., Robinson, K. J., Wanjeri, B., Copenhaver, P. F., & Roberts, W. M. (2016). Microfluidic EPG Recordings Show Striking Pharyngeal Pumping Phenotype in a C. elegans Alzheimer’s Disease Model. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2WC7Mrobinson-2016--alzheimer.html changed to Weeks_2016_Alzheimer.html (5/30/2018). TH: Two reviewers, but only one in spreadsheet. Duplicated references. Atomized reagents
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11yDanielaAccepted1Ghoshsghosh@caltech.eduPaul Sternbergina-1 expression in the somatic gonad during late larval developmenthttp://www.micropublicationbiology.org/ghosh-et-al-2015--ina-1.htmlBhagwati GuptaBhagwati Guptaguptab@mcmaster.ca07/10/201507/15/201507/15/201507/15/20153/1/2016Bhagwati Gupta10.17912/W2159JWBPaper00050256WBPicture0000013205WS250New DataExpressionGhosh, S., Inoue, T., & Sternberg, P. W. (2015). ina-1::gfp expression. Micropublication:biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/W2159J
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