Ye publications

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

2015 - Present

1. Kaneko T*, Macara AM*, Li R, Hu Y, Iwasaki K, Dunnings Z, Firestone E, Horvatic S, Guntur A, Shafer OT, Yang C-H, Zhou J, Ye B (2017) Serotonergic modulation enables pathway-specific plasticity in a developing sensory circuit in Drosophila.  Neuron.  95:623-638(* Co-first authors). PubMed link 

2. Chiu S-L, Diering GH, Ye B, Takamiya K, Chen C-M, Jiang Y, Niranjan T, Schwartz CE, Wang T, Huganir RL (2017) GRASP1 regulates synaptic plasticity and learning through endosomal recycling of AMPA receptors. Neuron. 93 (6): 1405-1419. PubMed link

3. Ekstrom A, Suvanto RW, Yang T, Ye B, and Zhou J (2016) Robust neuron counting based on fusion of shape map and multi-cue learning.  Brain Informatics and Health.  9919:3-13

4. Wang X*, Zhang MW*, Kim JH, Macara AM, Sterne G, Yang T, and Ye B (2015) The Krüppel-like factor Dar1 determines multipolar neuron morphology.  The Journal of Neuroscience.  35(42):14251-9.  (* Co-first authors). PubMed link

5. Mohr SE, Hu Y, Rudd K, Buckner M, Gilly Q, Foster B, Sierzputowska K, Comjean A, Ye B, and Perrimon N (2015) Reagent and data resources for investigation of RNA binding protein functions in Drosophila melanogaster cultured cells.  G3, 5(9):1919-24.  PubMed link

6. Kaneko T and Ye B (2015) Fine-scale topography in sensory systems: insights from Drosophila and vertebrates.  Journal of Comparative Physiology A, DOI 10.1007/s00359-015-1022-7. Review.  PubMed link

7. Sterne GR*, Kim JH*, Ye B (2015) Dysregulated Dscam levels act through Abelson tyrosine kinase to enlarge presynaptic arbors.  eLife  4:e05196. (* Co-first authors). Weblink

8. Smafield T, Pasupuleti V, Sharma K, Huganir RL, Ye B, Zhou J (2015) Automatic dendritic length quantification for high throughput screening of mature neurons.  Neuroinformatics, DOI 10.1007/s12021-015-9267-4. PubMed link

9. Sanders J, Singh A, Sterne GR, Peng H, Ye B, Zhou J (2015) Learning-guided automatic three-dimentional synapse quantification for Drosophila neurons. BMC Bioinformatics, DOI: 10.1186/s12859-015-0616-y. PubMed link

2008 - 2014

1. Zhou W*, Chang J*, Wang X, Savelieff MG, Zhao Y, Ke S, and Ye B (2014) GM130 is required for compartmental organization of dendritic Golgi outposts. Current Biology 24: 1227-1233. (* Co-first authors). PubMed link

2. Yang L, Li R, Kaneko T, Takle K, Morikawa RK, Essex LA, Wang X, Zhou J, Emoto K, Xiang Y, and Ye B (2014) Trim9 regulates activity-dependent fine-scale topography in Drosophila. Current Biology  24: 1024-1030. (Selected as the "Free Featured Article" of the issue.) PubMed link

3. Wang X*, Sterne GR*, Ye B (2014) Regulatory mechanisms underlying the differential growth of dendrites and axons.  Neuroscience Bulletin 30(4): 557-568. Review. (* Co-first authors). Weblink

4. Mishra B, Ghannad-Rezaie M, Li J, Wang X, Hao Y, Ye B, Chronis N, and Collins CA (2014) Using microfluidics chips for live imaging and study of injury response in Drosophila larvae. Journal of Vis. Exp.  84. doi: 10.3791/50998. Weblink

5. Zhou J, Lamichhane S, Sterne G, Ye B, Peng H (2013) BIOCAT: a pattern recognition platform for customizable biological image classification and annotation. BMC Bioinformatics  14(1):291. PubMed link

6. Kim JH*, Wang X*, Coolon R, and Ye B (2013) Dscam expression levels determine presynaptic arbor sizes in Drosophila sensory neurons. Neuron  78(5): 827-838. (* Co-first authors). PubMed link

7. Wang X, Kim JH, Bazzi M, Robinson S, Collins CA, and Ye B (2013) Bimodal Control of Dendritic and Axonal Growth by the Dual Leucine Zipper Kinase Pathway. PLoS Biology  11(6): e1001572. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001572 (Featured as a Weekly Editors’ Pick). PubMed link

8. Caceres A*, Ye B*, Dotti CG* (2012) Neuronal Polarity: Demarcation, Growth, Commitment. Current Opinion in Cell Biology  24(4):547-553. Review. (*Co-corresponding authors). PubMed link

9. Wang X and Ye B (2012) Transcriptional regulators that differentially control dendrite and axon development. Frontiers in Biology  7(4): 292-296. Review.  Weblink

10. Ye B*, Kim JH, Yang, L, McLachlan I, Younger S, Jan LY, and Jan YN (2011) Differential regulation of dendritic and axonal development by the novel Krüppel like factor Dar1. The Journal of Neuroscience  31(9):3309-3319. (* The corresponding author) (Featured on the cover). PubMed link

2001 - 2008

1. Zheng Y, Wildonger J, Ye B, Zhang Y, Kita A, Younger S, Zimmerman S, Jan LY, and Jan YN (2008) Dynein is required for polarized dendritic transport and uniform microtubule orientation in axons. Nature Cell Biology 10(10): 1172-1180. PubMed link

2. Ye B*, Zhang Y*, Song W, Younger S, Jan LY, Jan YN (2007) Growing dendrites and axons differ in their reliance on the secretory pathway. Cell  130:717–729 (*equal contributors) (Featured on the cover). PubMed link

3. Grueber W, Ye B, Yang C-H, Younger S, Borden K, Jan L, Jan YN (2007) Projections of Drosophila multidendritic neurons in the central nervous system: Links with peripheral dendrite morphology. Development  134:55–64. PubMed link

4. Ye B*, Zhang Y*, Jan LY, Jan YN (2006) The secretory pathway and neuron polarization. Journal of Neuroscience  26:10631–10632 (*equal contributors). (Review) PubMed link

5. Ye B, Jan YN (2006) Visualizing the breaking of symmetry. Developmental Cell  10:411–412. (Review) PubMed link

6. Grueber WB, Yang CH, Ye B, Jan YN (2005) The development of neuronal morphology in insects. Current Biology  15:R730–R738. (Review) PubMed link

7. Ye B, Jan YN (2005) Cadherins and stabilization of dendrites. Trends in Cell Biology  15:64–67. (Review)

8. Emoto K, He Y, Ye B, Grueber WB, Adler PN, Jan LY, Jan YN (2004) Control of dendritic branching and tiling by the tricornered-kinase/furry signaling pathway in Drosophila sensory neurons. Cell  119:245–256. PubMed link

9. Ye B, Petritsch C, Clark IE, Gavis ER, Jan LY, Jan YN (2004) Nanos and Pumilio are essential for dendrite morphogenesis in Drosophila peripheral neurons. Current Biology  14:314–321. PubMed link

10. Grueber WB*, Ye B*, Moore AW, Jan LY, Jan YN (2003) Dendrites of distinct classes of Drosophila sensory neurons show different capacities for homotypic repulsion. Current Biology  13:618–626 (*equal contributors) (Featured on the cover). PubMed link