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The role of RNA-binding proteins in orchestrating germline development in Caenorhabditis elegans.

Albarqi, M.M.Y. and Ryder, S.P.
Front. Cell. Dev. Biol., (2023) 10:1094295.doi:10.3389/fcell.2022.1094295

A nematode model to evaluate microdeletion phenotype expression.

Antkowiak, K., Coskun, P., Noronha, S., Tavelle, D., Massi, F., and Ryder, S.P.
bioRxiv 2022.11.09.515676.


The endogenous mex-3 3’UTR is required for germline repression and contributes to optimal fecundity in C. elegans.

Albarqi, M.M.Y. and Ryder S.P.
PLOS Genet. (2021) Aug 23;17(8):e1009775. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1009775.

Analysis of emerging variants in structured regions of the SARS-CoV-2 genome.

Ryder, S.P., Morgan B., Coskun, P., Antkowiak, K.A., and Massi F. (2021)
Evol. Bioinform. May 5;17:11769343211014167. doi: 10.1177/11769343211014167. eCollection 2021.

A disorder-to-order transition mediates RNA-binding of the Caenorhabditis elegans protein MEX-5.

Tavella, D., Ertekin, A, Schaal, H, Ryder, S.P., and Massi, F. 
Biophys J. (2020) 118, 2001-2014.

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Sean Ryder, Ph.D. (he/him)
Professor and Vice Chair for Outreach

Biochemistry and Molecular Biotechnology
UMass Chan Medical School
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