Shu-Yi Chiou

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Parkin is a RING-between-RING E3 ligase that functions in the covalent attachment of ubiquitin to specific substrates, and mutations in Parkin are linked to Parkinson's disease, cancer and mycobacterial infection. The RING-between-RING family of E3 ligases are suggested to function with a canonical RING domain and a catalytic cysteine residue usually(More)
To gain an understanding of the genes and mechanisms that govern morphogenesis and its evolution, we have analyzed mutations that disrupt this process in a simple model structure, the male tail tip of the rhabditid nematode C. elegans. During the evolution of rhabditid male tails, there have been several independent changes from tails with rounded tips(More)
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