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This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 21 references in this bibliography folder.

Burdet, V, Bournonville, L, Das, M, Wenger, E, Delattre, M, Steiner, FA, Guichard, P, and Hamel, V (2024).
Ultrastructure Expansion Microscopy applied to C. elegans embryos.
MicroPubl Biol, 2024.

Blanc, C, Saclier, N, Le Faou, E, Marie-Orleach, L, Wenger, E, Diblasi, C, Glemin, S, Galtier, N, and Delattre, M (2023).
Cosegregation of recombinant chromatids maintains genome-wide heterozygosity in an asexual nematode
Sci Adv, 9(34):eadi2804.

Rey, C, Launay, C, Wenger, E, and Delattre, M (2023).
Programmed DNA elimination in Mesorhabditis nematodes
Curr Biol, 33(17):3711–3721.

Khatri, D, Brugière, T, Athale, CA, and Delattre, M (2022).
Evolutionary divergence of anaphase spindle mechanics in nematode embryos constrained by antagonistic pulling and viscous forces.
Mol Biol Cell:mbcE21100532.

Delattre, M and Goehring, NW (2021).
The first steps in the life of a worm: Themes and variations in asymmetric division in C. elegans and other nematodes.
Curr Top Dev Biol, 144:269-308.

Eweis, DS, Delattre, M, and Plastino, J (2021).
Asymmetry is defined during meiosis in the oocyte of the parthenogenetic nematode Diploscapter pachys.
Dev Biol, 483:13-21.

Launay, C, Félix, M, Dieng, J, and Delattre, M (2020).
Diversification and hybrid incompatibility in auto-pseudogamous species of Mesorhabditis nematodes.
BMC Evol Biol, 20(1):105.

Grosmaire, M, Launay, C, Siegwald, M, Brugiere, T, Estrada-Virrueta, L, Berger, D, Burny, C, Modolo, L, Blaxter, M, Meister, P, Felix, M, Gouyon, P, and Delattre, M (2019).
Males as somatic investment in a parthenogenetic nematode.
Science, 363(6432):1210-1213.

Bouvrais, H, Chesneau, L, Pastezeur, S, Fairbrass, D, Delattre, M, and Pecreaux, J (2018).
Microtubule Feedback and LET-99-Dependent Control of Pulling Forces Ensure Robust Spindle Position.
Biophys J, 115(11):2189-2205.

Haag, ES, Fitch, DHA, and Delattre, M (2018).
From "the Worm" to "the Worms" and Back Again: The Evolutionary Developmental Biology of Nematodes.
Genetics, 210(2):397-433.

Valfort, A, Launay, C, Semon, M, and Delattre, M (2018).
Evolution of mitotic spindle behavior during the first asymmetric embryonic division of nematodes.
PLoS Biol, 16(1):e2005099.

Borowiak, M, Nahaboo, W, Reynders, M, Nekolla, K, Jalinot, P, Hasserodt, J, Rehberg, M, Delattre, M, Zahler, S, Vollmar, A, Trauner, D, and Thorn-Seshold, O (2015).
Photoswitchable Inhibitors of Microtubule Dynamics Optically Control Mitosis and Cell Death.
Cell, 162(2):403-411.

Farhadifar, R, Baer, CF, Valfort, A, Andersen, EC, Muller-Reichert, T, Delattre, M, and Needleman, DJ (2015).
Scaling, selection, and evolutionary dynamics of the mitotic spindle.
Curr Biol, 25(6):732-40.

Frézal, L and Félix, M (2015).
C. elegans outside the Petri dish.
Elife, 4.

Frézal, L and Félix, M (2015).
C. elegans outside the Petri dish.
Elife, 4.

Nahaboo, W, Zouak, M, Askjaer, P, and Delattre, M (2015).
Chromatids segregate without centrosomes during Caenorhabditis elegans mitosis in a Ran- and CLASP-dependent manner.
Mol Biol Cell, 26(11):2020-9.

Cluet, D, Stebe, P, Riche, S, Spichty, M, and Delattre, M (2014).
Automated high-throughput quantification of mitotic spindle positioning from DIC movies of Caenorhabditis embryos.
PLoS One, 9(4):e93718.

von Tobel, L, Mikeladze-Dvali, T, Delattre, M, Balestra, FR, Blanchoud, S, Finger, S, Knott, G, Muller-Reichert, T, and Gonczy, P (2014).
SAS-1 is a C2 domain protein critical for centriole integrity in C. elegans.
PLoS Genet, 10(11):e1004777.

Riche, S, Zouak, M, Argoul, F, Arneodo, A, Pecreaux, J, and Delattre, M (2013).
Evolutionary comparisons reveal a positional switch for spindle pole oscillations in Caenorhabditis embryos.
J Cell Biol, 201(5):653-62.

Delattre, M and Felix, M (2009).
The evolutionary context of robust and redundant cell biological mechanisms.
Bioessays, 31(5):537-45.

Delattre, M and Felix, MA (2001).
Microevolutionary studies in nematodes: a beginning.
Bioessays, 23(9):807-19.

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