Joseph Rothnagel
TitleCited byYear
Identification of a major keratinocyte cell envelope protein, loricrin
T Mehrel, D Hohl, JA Rothnagel, MA Longley, D Bundman, C Cheng, ...
Cell 61 (6), 1103-1112, 1990
4531990
Mutations in the rod domains of keratins 1 and 10 in epidermolytic hyperkeratosis
JA Rothnagel, AM Dominey, LD Dempsey, MA Longley, DA Greenhalgh, ...
Science 257 (5073), 1128-1130, 1992
3871992
Protein kinases. Regulation by autoinhibitory domains.
TR Soderling
Journal of Biological Chemistry 265 (4), 1823-1826, 1990
3211990
Emerging evidence for functional peptides encoded by short open reading frames
SJ Andrews, JA Rothnagel
Nature Reviews Genetics 15 (3), 193, 2014
3032014
Inhibition of skin development by overexpression of transforming growth factor beta 1 in the epidermis of transgenic mice
K Sellheyer, JR Bickenbach, JA Rothnagel, D Bundman, MA Longley, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (11), 5237-5241, 1993
2671993
Mutation of a type II keratin gene (K6a) in pachyonychia congenita
PE Bowden, JL Haley, A Kansky, JA Rothnagel, DO Jones, RJ Turner
Nature genetics 10 (3), 363, 1995
2581995
Targeted overexpression of transforming growth factor alpha in the epidermis of transgenic mice elicits hyperplasia, hyperkeratosis, and spontaneous, squamous papillomas.
AM Dominey, XJ Wang, JLE King, LB Nanney, TA Gagne, K Sellheyer, ...
Cell growth & differentiation: the molecular biology journal of the American …, 1993
1811993
Mutations in the rod domain of keratin 2e in patients with ichthyosis bullosa of Siemens
JA Rothnagel, H Traupe, S Wojcik, M Huber, D Hohl, MR Pittelkow, ...
Nature genetics 7 (4), 485, 1994
1551994
Targeting expression of a dominant-negative retinoic acid receptor mutant in the epidermis of transgenic mice results in loss of barrier function.
S Imakado, JR Bickenbach, DS Bundman, JA Rothnagel, PS Attar, ...
Genes & Development 9 (3), 317-329, 1995
1391995
5′‐untranslated regions with multiple upstream AUG codons can support low‐level translation via leaky scanning and reinitiation
XQ Wang, JA Rothnagel
Nucleic acids research 32 (4), 1382-1391, 2004
1312004
Roles of heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoproteins A and B in cell proliferation
Y He, MA Brown, JA Rothnagel, NA Saunders, R Smith
Journal of cell science 118 (14), 3173-3183, 2005
1252005
Trichohyalin, an intermediate filament-associated protein of the hair follicle.
JA Rothnagel, GE Rogers
The Journal of cell biology 102 (4), 1419-1429, 1986
1191986
Induction of epidermal hyperplasia, hyperkeratosis, and papillomas in transgenic mice by a targeted v‐Ha‐ras oncogene
DA Greenhalgh, JA Rothnagel, MI Quintanilla, CC Orengo, TA Gagne, ...
Molecular carcinogenesis 7 (2), 99-110, 1993
1181993
Epidermis: an attractive target tissue for gene therapy
DA Greenhalgh, JA Rothnagel, DR Roop
Journal of investigative dermatology 103 (5), 63S, 1994
1081994
The proximal promoter of the mouse loricrin gene contains a functional AP-1 element and directs keratinocyte-specific but not differentiation-specific expression
D DiSepio, A Jones, MA Longley, D Bundman, JA Rothnagel, DR Roop
Journal of Biological Chemistry 270 (18), 10792-10799, 1995
1071995
Loricrin expression is coordinated with other epidermal proteins and the appearance of lipid lamellar granules in development
JR Bickenbach, JM Greer, DS Bundman, JA Rothnagel, DK Roop
Journal of Investigative Dermatology 104 (3), 405-410, 1995
1051995
The gene for mouse epidermal filaggrin precursor. Its partial characterization, expression, and sequence of a repeating filaggrin unit.
JA Rothnagel, T Mehrel, WW Idler, DR Roop, PM Steinert
Journal of Biological Chemistry 262 (32), 15643-15648, 1987
1011987
Differentiation-specific expression of human keratin 1 is mediated by a composite AP-1/steroid hormone element.
B Lu, JA Rothnagel, MA Longley, SY Tsai, DR Roop
Journal of Biological Chemistry 269 (10), 7443-7449, 1994
981994
Evidence for conservation and selection of upstream open reading frames suggests probable encoding of bioactive peptides
ML Crowe, XQ Wang, JA Rothnagel
BMC genomics 7 (1), 16, 2006
872006
The mouse keratin 6 isoforms are differentially expressed in the hair follicle, footpad, tongue and activated epidermis
JA Rothnagel, T Seki, M Ogo, MA Longley, SM Wojcik, DS Bundman, ...
Differentiation 65 (2), 119-130, 1999
781999
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