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Robert S. Krauss

TitlePROFESSOR
InstitutionMount Sinai
DepartmentDevelopmental and Regenerative Biology
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    TitlePROFESSOR
    InstitutionMount Sinai
    DepartmentOncological Sciences


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    1. Hong M, Krauss RS. Rescue of holoprosencephaly in fetal alcohol-exposed cdon mutant mice by reduced gene dosage of ptch1. PLoS One. 2013; 8(11):e79269.
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    2. Delloye-Bourgeois C, Gibert B, Rama N, Delcros JG, Gadot N, Scoazec JY, Krauss R, Bernet A, Mehlen P. Sonic Hedgehog promotes tumor cell survival by inhibiting CDON pro-apoptotic activity. PLoS Biol. 2013; 11(8):e1001623.
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    3. Romer AI, Singh J, Rattan S, Krauss RS. Smooth muscle fascicular reorientation is required for esophageal morphogenesis and dependent on Cdo. J Cell Biol. 2013 Apr 15; 201(2):309-23.
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    4. Hong M, Krauss RS. Cdon mutation and fetal ethanol exposure synergize to produce midline signaling defects and holoprosencephaly spectrum disorders in mice. PLoS Genet. 2012; 8(10):e1002999.
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    5. Hong M, Schachter KA, Jiang G, Krauss RS. Neogenin regulates Sonic Hedgehog pathway activity during digit patterning. Dev Dyn. 2012 Mar; 241(3):627-37.
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    6. Mancini A, Sirabella D, Zhang W, Yamazaki H, Shirao T, Krauss RS. Regulation of myotube formation by the actin-binding factor drebrin. Skelet Muscle. 2011; 1(1):36.
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    7. Bae GU, Domené S, Roessler E, Schachter K, Kang JS, Muenke M, Krauss RS. Mutations in CDON, encoding a hedgehog receptor, result in holoprosencephaly and defective interactions with other hedgehog receptors. Am J Hum Genet. 2011 Aug 12; 89(2):231-40.
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    8. Allen BL, Song JY, Izzi L, Althaus IW, Kang JS, Charron F, Krauss RS, McMahon AP. Overlapping roles and collective requirement for the coreceptors GAS1, CDO, and BOC in SHH pathway function. Dev Cell. 2011 Jun 14; 20(6):775-87.
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    9. Izzi L, Lévesque M, Morin S, Laniel D, Wilkes BC, Mille F, Krauss RS, McMahon AP, Allen BL, Charron F. Boc and Gas1 each form distinct Shh receptor complexes with Ptch1 and are required for Shh-mediated cell proliferation. Dev Cell. 2011 Jun 14; 20(6):788-801.
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    10. Zhang W, Hong M, Bae GU, Kang JS, Krauss RS. Boc modifies the holoprosencephaly spectrum of Cdo mutant mice. Dis Model Mech. 2011 May; 4(3):368-80.
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    11. Lu M, Krauss RS. Abl promotes cadherin-dependent adhesion and signaling in myoblasts. Cell Cycle. 2010 Jul 15; 9(14):2737-41.
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    12. Krauss RS. Regulation of promyogenic signal transduction by cell-cell contact and adhesion. Exp Cell Res. 2010 Nov 1; 316(18):3042-9.
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    13. Kang JS, Krauss RS. Muscle stem cells in developmental and regenerative myogenesis. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care. 2010 May; 13(3):243-8.
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    14. Lu M, Krauss RS. N-cadherin ligation, but not Sonic hedgehog binding, initiates Cdo-dependent p38alpha/beta MAPK signaling in skeletal myoblasts. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 Mar 2; 107(9):4212-7.
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    15. Bae GU, Yang YJ, Jiang G, Hong M, Lee HJ, Tessier-Lavigne M, Kang JS, Krauss RS. Neogenin regulates skeletal myofiber size and focal adhesion kinase and extracellular signal-regulated kinase activities in vivo and in vitro. Mol Biol Cell. 2009 Dec; 20(23):4920-31.
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    16. Zhang W, Mulieri PJ, Gaio U, Bae GU, Krauss RS, Kang JS. Ocular abnormalities in mice lacking the immunoglobulin superfamily member Cdo. FEBS J. 2009 Oct; 276(20):5998-6010.
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    17. Bae GU, Kim BG, Lee HJ, Oh JE, Lee SJ, Zhang W, Krauss RS, Kang JS. Cdo binds Abl to promote p38alpha/beta mitogen-activated protein kinase activity and myogenic differentiation. Mol Cell Biol. 2009 Aug; 29(15):4130-43.
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    18. Oh JE, Bae GU, Yang YJ, Yi MJ, Lee HJ, Kim BG, Krauss RS, Kang JS. Cdo promotes neuronal differentiation via activation of the p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway. FASEB J. 2009 Jul; 23(7):2088-99.
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    19. Kang JS, Bae GU, Yi MJ, Yang YJ, Oh JE, Takaesu G, Zhou YT, Low BC, Krauss RS. A Cdo-Bnip-2-Cdc42 signaling pathway regulates p38alpha/beta MAPK activity and myogenic differentiation. J Cell Biol. 2008 Aug 11; 182(3):497-507.
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    20. Bae GU, Gaio U, Yang YJ, Lee HJ, Kang JS, Krauss RS. Regulation of myoblast motility and fusion by the CXCR4-associated sialomucin, CD164. J Biol Chem. 2008 Mar 28; 283(13):8301-9.
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    21. Schachter KA, Krauss RS. Murine models of holoprosencephaly. Curr Top Dev Biol. 2008; 84:139-70.
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    22. Krauss RS. Preface. Mouse models of developmental genetic disease. Curr Top Dev Biol. 2008; 84:xi-xv.
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    23. Krauss RS. Holoprosencephaly: new models, new insights. Expert Rev Mol Med. 2007; 9(26):1-17.
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    24. Kang JS, Zhang W, Krauss RS. Hedgehog signaling: cooking with Gas1. Sci STKE. 2007 Sep 11; 2007(403):pe50.
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    25. Krauss RS. Evolutionary conservation in myoblast fusion. Nat Genet. 2007 Jun; 39(6):704-5.
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    26. Takaesu G, Kang JS, Bae GU, Yi MJ, Lee CM, Reddy EP, Krauss RS. Activation of p38alpha/beta MAPK in myogenesis via binding of the scaffold protein JLP to the cell surface protein Cdo. J Cell Biol. 2006 Nov 6; 175(3):383-8.
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    27. Zhang W, Yi MJ, Chen X, Cole F, Krauss RS, Kang JS. Cortical thinning and hydrocephalus in mice lacking the immunoglobulin superfamily member CDO. Mol Cell Biol. 2006 May; 26(10):3764-72.
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    28. Tenzen T, Allen BL, Cole F, Kang JS, Krauss RS, McMahon AP. The cell surface membrane proteins Cdo and Boc are components and targets of the Hedgehog signaling pathway and feedback network in mice. Dev Cell. 2006 May; 10(5):647-56.
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    29. Zhang W, Kang JS, Cole F, Yi MJ, Krauss RS. Cdo functions at multiple points in the Sonic Hedgehog pathway, and Cdo-deficient mice accurately model human holoprosencephaly. Dev Cell. 2006 May; 10(5):657-65.
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    30. Krauss RS, Cole F, Gaio U, Takaesu G, Zhang W, Kang JS. Close encounters: regulation of vertebrate skeletal myogenesis by cell-cell contact. J Cell Sci. 2005 Jun 1; 118(Pt 11):2355-62.
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    31. Cole F, Zhang W, Geyra A, Kang JS, Krauss RS. Positive regulation of myogenic bHLH factors and skeletal muscle development by the cell surface receptor CDO. Dev Cell. 2004 Dec; 7(6):843-54.
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    32. Kang JS, Yi MJ, Zhang W, Feinleib JL, Cole F, Krauss RS. Netrins and neogenin promote myotube formation. J Cell Biol. 2004 Nov 8; 167(3):493-504.
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    33. Wegorzewska M, Krauss RS, Kang JS. Overexpression of the immunoglobulin superfamily members CDO and BOC enhances differentiation of the human rhabdomyosarcoma cell line RD. Mol Carcinog. 2003 May; 37(1):1-4.
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    34. Kang JS, Feinleib JL, Knox S, Ketteringham MA, Krauss RS. Promyogenic members of the Ig and cadherin families associate to positively regulate differentiation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003 Apr 1; 100(7):3989-94.
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    35. Cole F, Krauss RS. Microform holoprosencephaly in mice that lack the Ig superfamily member Cdon. Curr Biol. 2003 Mar 4; 13(5):411-5.
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    36. Mulieri PJ, Kang JS, Sassoon DA, Krauss RS. Expression of the boc gene during murine embryogenesis. Dev Dyn. 2002 Mar; 223(3):379-88.
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    37. Kang JS, Mulieri PJ, Hu Y, Taliana L, Krauss RS. BOC, an Ig superfamily member, associates with CDO to positively regulate myogenic differentiation. EMBO J. 2002 Jan 15; 21(1-2):114-24.
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    38. Lee YN, Kang JS, Krauss RS. Identification of a role for the sialomucin CD164 in myogenic differentiation by signal sequence trapping in yeast. Mol Cell Biol. 2001 Nov; 21(22):7696-706.
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    39. Weinig HG, Krauss R, Seydack M, Bendig J, Koert U. Molecular signal transduction by conformational transmission: use of tetrasubstituted perhydroanthracenes as transducers. Chemistry. 2001 May 18; 7(10):2075-88.
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    40. Mulieri PJ, Okada A, Sassoon DA, McConnell SK, Krauss RS. Developmental expression pattern of the cdo gene. Dev Dyn. 2000 Sep; 219(1):40-9.
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    41. López-Coviella I, Berse B, Krauss R, Thies RS, Blusztajn JK. Induction and maintenance of the neuronal cholinergic phenotype in the central nervous system by BMP-9. Science. 2000 Jul 14; 289(5477):313-6.
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    42. Kang JS, Mulieri PJ, Miller C, Sassoon DA, Krauss RS. CDO, a robo-related cell surface protein that mediates myogenic differentiation. J Cell Biol. 1998 Oct 19; 143(2):403-13.
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    43. Yang JJ, Kang JS, Krauss RS. Ras signals to the cell cycle machinery via multiple pathways to induce anchorage-independent growth. Mol Cell Biol. 1998 May; 18(5):2586-95.
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    44. Kang JS, Gao M, Feinleib JL, Cotter PD, Guadagno SN, Krauss RS. CDO: an oncogene-, serum-, and anchorage-regulated member of the Ig/fibronectin type III repeat family. J Cell Biol. 1997 Jul 14; 138(1):203-13.
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    45. Yang JJ, Krauss RS. Extracellular ATP induces anchorage-independent expression of cyclin A and rescues the transformed phenotype of a ras-resistant mutant cell line. J Biol Chem. 1997 Jan 31; 272(5):3103-8.
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    46. Kang JS, Krauss RS. Ras induces anchorage-independent growth by subverting multiple adhesion-regulated cell cycle events. Mol Cell Biol. 1996 Jul; 16(7):3370-80.
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    47. Weintraub AS, Giachelli CM, Krauss RS, Almeida M, Taubman MB. Autocrine secretion of osteopontin by vascular smooth muscle cells regulates their adhesion to collagen gels. Am J Pathol. 1996 Jul; 149(1):259-72.
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    48. Feinleib JL, Krauss RS. Dissociation of ras oncogene-induced gene expression and anchorage-independent growth in a series of somatic cell mutants. Mol Carcinog. 1996 Jul; 16(3):139-48.
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    49. Yang JJ, Kang JS, Krauss RS. Transformation-restoring factor: a low molecular weight secreted factor required for anchorage-independent growth of oncogene-resistant mutant cell lines. Oncogene. 1995 Apr 6; 10(7):1291-9.
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    50. Corfas G, Rosen KM, Aratake H, Krauss R, Fischbach GD. Differential expression of ARIA isoforms in the rat brain. Neuron. 1995 Jan; 14(1):103-15.
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    51. Hei TK, Krauss RS, Liu SX, Hall EJ, Weinstein IB. Effects of increased expression of protein kinase C on radiation-induced cell transformation. Carcinogenesis. 1994 Feb; 15(2):365-70.
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    52. Cacace AM, Guadagno SN, Krauss RS, Fabbro D, Weinstein IB. The epsilon isoform of protein kinase C is an oncogene when overexpressed in rat fibroblasts. Oncogene. 1993 Aug; 8(8):2095-104.
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    53. Faúndez V, Krauss R, Holuigue L, Garrido J, González A. Epidermal growth factor receptor in synaptic fractions of the rat central nervous system. J Biol Chem. 1992 Oct 5; 267(28):20363-70.
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    54. Krauss RS, Guadagno SN, Weinstein IB. Novel revertants of H-ras oncogene-transformed R6-PKC3 cells. Mol Cell Biol. 1992 Jul; 12(7):3117-29.
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    55. Krauss RS, Weinstein IB. A novel, plasmid-based system for studying gene rearrangements in mammalian cells. Mol Cell Biol. 1991 Aug; 11(8):3915-24.
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    56. Rotenberg SA, Krauss RS, Borner CM, Weinstein IB. Characterization of a specific form of protein kinase C overproduced by a C3H 10T1/2 cell line. Biochem J. 1990 Feb 15; 266(1):173-8.
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    57. Rotenberg SA, Smiley S, Ueffing M, Krauss RS, Chen LB, Weinstein IB. Inhibition of rodent protein kinase C by the anticarcinoma agent dequalinium. Cancer Res. 1990 Feb 1; 50(3):677-85.
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    58. Krauss RS, Housey GM, Hsiao WL, Johnson MK, Rotenberg SA, Borner CM, Weinstein IB. The role of protein kinase C in signal transduction and cellular transformation. Prog Clin Biol Res. 1990; 340D:175-82.
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    59. Krauss RS, Housey GM, Johnson MD, Weinstein IB. Disturbances in growth control and gene expression in a C3H/10T1/2 cell line that stably overproduces protein kinase C. Oncogene. 1989 Aug; 4(8):991-8.
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    60. Krauss RS, Eling TE. Arachidonic acid-dependent cooxidation. A potential pathway for the activation of chemical carcinogens in vivo. Biochem Pharmacol. 1984 Nov 1; 33(21):3319-24.
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