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Bowie, E., Norris, R., Anderson, K.V., and Goetz, S.C. 2018. Spinocerebellar ataxia type 11-associated alleles of Ttbk2 dominantly interfere with ciliogenesis and cilium stability. PLoS Genetics. 14(12): e1007844.
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Goetz, S.C., Ocbina, P.J. and Anderson, K.V. 2009. The Primary Cilium as a Hedgehog Signal Transduction Machine. (Review) Methods in Cell Biology. 94: 199-222.
Langdon, Y.G. *, Goetz, S.C. *, Berg, A., Thomas-Swanik, J., and Conlon, F.L. 2007. SHP-2 is Required for the Maintenance of Cardiac Progenitor Cells. Development. 134: 4119-30.
Goetz, S.C. and Conlon, F.L. 2007. The Regulation of the Cell Cycle During Vertebrate Heart Development. (Review). Cell Cycle. 6: 1974-1981.
Goetz, S.C, Brown, D.D., and Conlon, F.L. 2006. TBX5 is Required for Cardiac Cell Cycle Progression. Development 133: 2575-84.
Brown, D.D., Martz, S.N., Binder, O., Goetz, S.C., Price, B.M.J., Smith, J.C., and Conlon, F.L. 2005. Tbx5 and Tbx20 act synergistically to control vertebrate heart morphogenesis. Development132: 553-563.
* denotes equal contribution.