Langley, A.*, Abeling-Wang, S.E.*, Wagner, E.W., and J. Salogiannis. Movement of the endoplasmic reticulum is driven by multiple classes of vesicles marked by Rab-GTPases. BioRxiv (2024) *authors contributed equally to this work


Chang, Y.Y. , N. Lopez-Montero, S. Sidik , J. Salogiannis, J. Enninga, C. Valenzuela, and A. Lensen. Microtubules provide force to promote membrane uncoating in vacuolar escape for a cyto-invasive bacterial pathogen. Nat Comm (2024) in press

Stevens, D.A.. C.A. Beierschmitt, S. Mahesula, M.R. Corley, J. Salogiannis, B.V. Tsu, B. Cao, A.P. Ryan, H. Hakozawki, S.L. Reck-Peterson, M.D, Daugherty. Antiviral function and viral antagonism of the rapidly evolving dynein activating adapter NINL. eLife (2022) 11:e81606 

Salogiannis, J.*, J.R. Christensen*, L.D. Songster, A. Aguilar-Maldonado, N. Shukla, and S.L. Reck-Peterson. PxdA interacts with the DipA phosphatase to regulate peroxisome hitchhiking on early endosomes. Mol Biol Cell (2021). 32(6): 492-503. *authors contributed equally to this work

Deniston, C.D.*, J. Salogiannis*, S. Mathea*, D.M. Snead, I. Lahiri, M. Matyszewski, O. Donosa, R. Watanabe, J. Böhning, A.K. Shiau, S. Knapp, E. Villa, S.L. Reck-Peterson, and A.E. Leschziner. Structure of LRRK2 in Parkinson’s disease and model for microtubule interaction.  Nature (2020). 588: 344-349. *authors contributed equally to this work

Salogiannis, J. and S.L. Reck-Peterson. Hitchhiking: A non-canonical mode of microtubule- based transport. Trends in Cell Biol (2017). 27(2): 141-150.

Salogiannis, J., M. J. Egan, and S.L. Reck-Peterson. Peroxisomes move by hitchhiking on early endosomes using the novel linker protein PxdA. J Cell Biol (2016). 212(3):289-296. 

*This work was highlighted by Short, B (2016) PdxA helps peroxisomes hitch a ride. The Journal of Cell Biology, 212: 258*

Mandel-Brehm, C., J. Salogiannis, S.C. Dhamne, A. Rotenberg, and M.E. Greenberg. Seizure-like activity in a juvenile Angelman syndrome mouse models attenuated by reducing Arc expression. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2015). 112(16):5129-5134.

Wrann, C.D., J.P. White, J. Salogiannis, D. Laznik-Bogoslavski, D. Ma, J.D. Lin, M.E. Greenberg, and B.M. Spiegelman. Exercise induces hippocampal BDNF through a PGC1α/FNDC5 pathway. Cell Metabolism (2013). 18(5): 649-659.

Veeramah K.R., L. Johnstone, T.M. Karafet, D. Wolf, R. Sprissler, J. Salogiannis, A. Barth-Maron, M.E. Greenberg, T. Stuhlmann, S, Weinert, T.J. Jentsch, M. Pazzi, L.L. Restifo, D. Talwar, R.P. Erickson, and M.F. Hammer. Exome sequencing reveals causal mutations in children with epileptic encephalopathies. Epilepsia (2013). 54(7): 1270-1281. 

Ross, S.E., A.E. McCord, C. Jung, D. Atan, S.I. Mok, M. Hemberg, T.K. Kim, J. Salogiannis, L. Hu, S. Cohen, Y. Lin, D. Harrar, R.R. McInnes, and M.E. Greenberg. Bhlhb5 and Prdm8 form a repressor complex involved in neuronal circuit assembly. Neuron (2012). 73(2): 292-303.

Soskis, M.J., J. Salogiannis, and M.E. Greenberg. EphrinBs send mixed messages. Nature Neuroscience (2011). 14(11): 1356-1358.

Margolis, S.S.*, J. Salogiannis,* D.M. Lipton, C. Mandel-Brehm, Z.P. Wills, A.R. Mardinly, L. Hu, P.L. Greer, J.B. Bikoff,  H.Y. Ho, M.J. Soskis, M. Sahin and M.E. Greenberg. EphB-mediated degradation of the RhoA GEF Ephexin5 relieves a developmental brake on excitatory synapse formation. Cell (2010). 143(3): 442-455.  *authors contributed equally to this work

Hill, R.C., C.E. de Carvalho, J. Salogiannis, B. Schlager, D. Pilgrim, and E.S. Haag. “Genetic flexibility in the convergent evolution of hermaphroditism in Caenhorhabditis nematodes.” Developmental Cell (2006). 10(4): 531-538.