DeSimone, S., Coelho, C., Roy, S., VijayRaghavan, K., and White, K. (1996).
Erect wing, the Drosophila member of a family of DNA binding proteins is required in imaginal myoblasts for flight muscle development.
Development 120, 31-39.
Roy, S., Shashidhara, L. S., and VijayRaghavan, K. (1997).
Muscles in the Drosophila second thoracic segment are patterned independently of autonomous homeotic gene function.
Current Biology 7, 222-227.
Roy, S. and VijayRaghavan, K. (1997).
Homeotic genes and the regulation of myoblast migration, fusion, and fibre-specific gene expression during adult myogenesis in Drosophila.
Development 124, 3333-3341.
Roy, S. and VijayRaghavan, K. (1998).
Patterning muscles using organisers: Larval muscles and imaginal myoblasts actively interact to pattern the dorsal longitudinal flight muscles of Drosophila.
Journal of Cell Biology 141, 1135-1145.
Anant, S., Roy, S., and VijayRaghavan, K. (1998).
Twist and Notch negatively regulate adult muscle differentiation in Drosophila.
Development 125, 1361-1369.
Landgraf, M., Roy, S., Prokop, A., VijayRaghavan, K., and Bate, M. (1999).
even skipped determines the dorsal outgrowth of motor axons in Drosophila.
Neuron 22, 43-52.
Roy, S. and VijayRaghavan, K. (1999).
Muscle pattern diversification in Drosophila: The story of imaginal myogenesis.
BioEssays 21, 486-498.
Lewis, K. E., Currie, P. D., Roy, S., Schauerte, H., Haffter, P., and Ingham, P. W. (1999).
Control of muscle cell type specification in the zebrafish embryo by Hedgehog signalling.
Developmental Biology 216, 469-480.
Roy, S.*, Wolff, C.*, and Ingham, P. W. (2001).
The u-boot mutation identifies a Hedgehog-regulated myogenic switch for fibre-type diversification in the zebrafish embryo.
Genes and Development 15, 1563-1576.
Roy, S., Qiao, T., Wolff, C., and Ingham, P. W. (2001).
Hedgehog signalling pathway is essential for pancreas specification in the zebrafish embryo.
Current Biology 11, 1358-1363.
Wolff, C., Roy, S., and Ingham, P. W. (2003).
Multiple muscle cell identities induced by distinct levels and timing of Hedgehog activity in the zebrafish embryo.
Current Biology 13, 1169-1181.
Nakano, Y., Kim, R., Kawakami, A., Roy, S., Schier, A., and Ingham, P. W. (2004).
Inactivation of dispatched1 by the chameleon mutation disrupts Hedgehog signalling in the zebrafish embryo. Developmental Biology 269, 381-392.
Baxendale, S., Davison, C., Muxworthy, C., Wolff, C., Ingham, P. W. and Roy, S. (2004).
The B-cell maturation factor Blimp-1 specifies vertebrate slow-twitch muscle fibre identity in response to Hedgehog signalling.
Nature Genetics36, 88-93.
Wolff, C.*, Roy, S.*, Lewis, K.E., Schauerte, H., Joerg-Rauch, G., Kirn, A., Geisler, R., Haffter, P., and Ingham, P. W. (2004).
iguana encodes a novel zinc finger protein with coiled coil domains essential for Hedgehog signal transduction in the zebrafish embryo.
Genes and Development 18, 1565-1576.
Roy, S. and Ingham, P. W. (2002).
Hedgehog’s tryst with the cell cycle.
Journal of Cell Science 115, 4393-4397.
Roy, S. and Ng, T. (2004).
Blimp-1 specifies neural crest and sensory neuron progenitors in the zebrafish embryo.
Current Biology 14, 1772-1777.
Tay, S. Y.*, Ingham, P. W., and Roy, S.* (2005).
A homologue of the Drosophila kinesin-like protein Costal2 regulates Hedgehog signal transduction in the zebrafish embryo.
Development 132, 625-634.
Ng, T., Yu, F., and Roy, S. (2006).
A homologue of the vertebrate SET domain and zinc finger protein Blimp-1 regulates terminal differentiation of the tracheal system in the Drosophila embryo.
Development, Genes and Evolution 216, 243-252.
Lee, B.C. and Roy, S. (2006).
Blimp-1 is an essential component of the genetic program controlling development of the pectoral limb bud.
Developmental Biology 300, 623-634.
Xu, J., Srinivas, B. P., Tay, S. Y., Mak, A., Yu, X., Lee, S. G. P., Yang, H., Govindarajan, K. R., Leong, B., Bourque, G., Mathavan, S., and Roy, S. (2006).
Genome-wide expression profiling in the zebrafish embryo indentifies target genes regulated by Hedgehog signalling during vertebrate development.
Genetics 174, 735-752.
Roy, S. (2007).
Genetic analysis of the vertebrate Hedgehog signalling pathway using muscle cell fate specification in the zebrafish embryo.
Methods in Molecular Biology 394, 55-66.
Srinivas, B. P., Woo, J., Leong, W. Y., and Roy, S. (2007).
A conserved molecular pathway mediates myoblast fusion in insects and vertebrates.
Nature Genetics 39, 781-786.
Yu, X., Ng, C. P., Habacher, H., and Roy, S. (2008).
Foxj1 transcription factors are master regulators of the motile ciliogenic program.
Nature Genetics 40, 1445-1453.
Liew, H. P., Choksi, S., Wong, K. N., and Roy, S. (2008).
Specification of vertebrate slow-twitch muscle fiber fate by the transcriptional regulator Blimp1.
Developmental Biology 324, 226-235.
S. Roy. (2009).
The motile cilium in development and disease: emerging new insights.
K. Rochlin, S. Yu, S. Roy, M. K. Baylies. (2010).
Myoblast fusion: when it takes more to make one.
Developmental Biology 341:66-83.
S. Y. Tay, X. Yu, K. N. Wong, P. Panse, C. P. Ng, S. Roy. (2010)
The Iguana/DZIP1 protein is a novel component of the ciliogenic pathway essential for axonemal biogenesis.
Developmental Dynamics 239:527-34.
S. Roy. (2010)
The development and function of vertebrate cilia, in (ed.).
Topical Talks: The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, Henry Stewart Talks Ltd, (London) 2010
(online at http://hstalks.com/bio)
X. Yu, D. Lau, C. P. Ng, S. Roy. (2011)
Cilia driven fluid flow as an epigenetic cue for otolith biomineralization on sensory hair cells of the inner ear.
Development 138: 487-494.
S. Roy. (2012)
Hedgehog and cilia: when and how was their marriage solemnized?
Differentiation (40th anniversary special issue “Cilia in Development and Disease”) 83:S43-8.
S. Roy, K. VijayRaghavan. (2012)
Developmental biology: taking flight.
Current Biology 22:R63-5.
S. Vij, J. C. Rink, H. K. Ho, D. Babu, M. Eitel, V. Narasimhan, V. Tiku, J. Westbrook, B. Schierwater, S. Roy. (2012)
Evolutionarily ancient association of the FoxJ1 transcription factor with the motile ciliogenic program.
PLoS Genetics 8(11): e1003019.
D. Babu and S. Roy. (2013)
Left-right asymmetry: Cilia stir up new surprises in the node.
Open Biology 3, 130052.
S. P. Choksi, G. Lauter, P. Swoboda, and S. Roy. (2014)
Switching on cilia: transcriptional networks regulating ciliogenesis.
Development 141, 1427-1441.
S. P. Choksi, D. Babu, D. Lau, X. Yu and S. Roy. (2014)
Systematic discovery of novel ciliary genes through functional genomics in the zebrafish.
Development 141, 3410-3419.
H. Lu, M. T. Toh, V. Narasimhan, S. K. Thamilselvam, S. P. Choksi, S. Roy. (2015)
A function for the Joubert syndrome protein Arl13b in ciliary membrane extension and ciliary length regulation.
Developmental Biology 397, 225-236.
V. Narasimhan, R. Hjeij, S. Vij, N. T. Loges, J. Wallmeier, C. Koerner-Rettberg, C. Werner, S. K. Thamilselvam, A. Boey, S. P. Choksi, P. Pennekamp, S. Roy, H. Omran. (2015)
Mutations in CCDC11, which encodes a coiled-coil containing ciliary protein, causes situs inversus due to dysmotility of monocilia in the left-right organizer.
Human Mutation 36, 307-318.
V. Narasimhan and S. Roy. (2015).
Cilia: organelles at heart of heart disease.
Current Biology 25, R559-562.
F. Zhou and S. Roy. (2015).
SnapShot: Motile cilia.
Cell 162, 224.
P. Boyd, V. T. Cunliffe, S. Roy* and J. Wood.* (2015).
Sonic hedgehog functions upstream of disrupted-in-schizophrenia 1 (disc1): Implications for mental illness.
Biology Open 4, 1336-1343.
F. Zhou, V. Narasimhan, M. Shboul, Y. L. Chong, B. Reversade, and S. Roy. (2015).
Gmnc is a master regulator of the multiciliated cell differentiation program.
Current Biology 25, 3267-3273.
* = Joint first/senior authors.