Publications

[* = Equal contribution; # = Corresponding author]

2018

Goyal Y., Schupbach T., Shvartsman S.Y., A quantitative model of developmental Erk signaling, Developmental Biology, 2018.

Paul S., Yang L., Mattingly H.H., Goyal Y., Shvartsman S.Y., Veraksa A., Activation induced substrate engagement in Erk signaling (in preparation).

Syal S., Goyal Y., et. al., Critical requirement of BMP signaling during embryonic primordial germ cell (PGC) specification (in preparation).

Zhu L., #Goyal Y., Art and Science: intersections through time and paths forward (in revision).


2017

*Jindal G.A., *Goyal Y., Humphreys J.M., Yeung E., Tian K., Patterson V.L., He H., Burdine R.D., Goldsmith E.J., Shvartsman S.Y., How activating mutations affect MEK1 regulation and function, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2017.
Highlighted by: Virtual Issue: Signaling through space and time, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2018.

Cuellar T. L., Herzner A-M., Zhang X., Goyal Y., Watanabe C., et. al., Silencing of retrotransposons by SETDB1 inhibits the interferon response in acute myeloid leukemia, Journal of Cell Biology, 2017.
Previewed by: Robbez M.L., Tie H.C., and Rowe H.M., Cancer cells, on your histone marks, get SETDB1, silence retrotransposons, and go!Journal of Cell Biology, 2017.

*Goyal Y., *Levario T.J., Mattingly H.H., Holmes S., Shvartsman S.Y., and Lu H., Parallel imaging of Drosophila embryos for quantitative analysis of genetic perturbations of the Ras pathway, Disease Models & Mechanisms, 2017.
Highlighted by: The Node.

*Rogers W.A., *Goyal Y., Yamaya K., Shvartsman S.Y., and Levine M.S., Uncoupling neurogenic gene networks in the Drosophila embryo, Genes & Development, 2017.
Previewed by: Crews S., Creating cell type-specific mutants by enhancer mutagenesisGenes & Development, 2017.

*Goyal Y., *Jindal G.A., Pelliccia J.L., Yamaya K., Yeung E., Futran A.S., Burdine R.D., Schupbach T., and Shvartsman S.Y., Divergent effects of intrinsically active MEK variants on developmental Ras signaling, Nature Genetics, 2017.

Highlighted by: F1000Prime.
Media coverage: MedicalXpress, EurekAlert, Technology Org, Medical News.

*Jindal G.A., *Goyal Y., Yamaya K., Futran A.S., Kountouridis J., Schupbach T., Burdine R.D., and Shvartsman S.Y., In vivo severity ranking of Ras pathway mutations associated with developmental disorders, PNAS, 2017.

*Johnson H.E., *Goyal Y., Pannucci N., Schupbach T., Shvartsman S.Y., and Toettcher J.E., The spatiotemporal limits of developmental Erk signaling, Developmental Cell, 2017.
Awarded: Best of 2017, Developmental Cell.
Journal cover: January 23, 2017 issue.
Previewed by: Shilo B. and Barkai N.,  Lighting up Erk activityDevelopmental Cell, 2017.
Highlighted by: F1000Prime.


2015

*Jindal G.A., *Goyal Y., Burdine R.D., Rauen K.A., and Shvartsman S.Y., Rasopathies: unraveling mechanisms with animal models, Disease Models & Mechanisms, 2015.

Jenni S., Goyal Y., Grotthuss M.V., Shvartsman S.Y., and Klein D.E., Structural basis of neurohormone perception by the receptor tyrosine kinase torso, Molecular Cell, 2015.


2013

Goyal Y., Kumar M., and Gayen K., Metabolic engineering for enhanced hydrogen production: a review, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 2013.


2012

Kumar M., Goyal Y., Sarkar A., and Gayen K., Comparative economic assessment of ABE fermentation based on cellulosic and non-cellulosic feedstocks, Applied Energy, 2012.


2011

*Colletti P. F., *Goyal Y., Varman A. M., Feng X., Wu B., and Tang Y.J., Evaluating factors that in uence microbial synthesis yields by linear regression with numerical and ordinal variables, Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 2011.
Highlighted by: Two year metabolic engineering issue, Biotechnology and Bioengineering.

Sahu M., Wu B., Zhu L., Jacobson C., Wang W., Jones K., Goyal Y., Tang Y.J., Biswas P., Role of dopant concentration, crystal phase, and particle size on microbial inactivation of Cu-doped TiO2 nanoparticles, Nanotechnology, 2011.

Varman A., Xiao Y., Colletti P.F.,  Goyal, Y, Tang Y.J., Statistics-based model for prediction of chemical biosynthesis yield from Saccharomyces cerevisiae111th American Society for Microbiology general meeting, 2011.

 

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