Research Highlights

A Surveillance Pathway Monitors the Fitness of the Endoplasmic Reticulum to Control Its Inheritance. Babour A.B., Bicknell, A.A., Tourtellotte J., and Niwa M. Cell 142, 256-269 (2010)

The ER Stress Surveillance (ERSU) pathway regulates daughter cell ER protein aggregates inheritance. Pina F. and Niwa M. eLIFE 4:e06970 (2015)

Reticulons Regulate the ER Inheritance Block during ER stress. Pina F.J., Fleming T., Pogliano K., and Niwa M. Developmental Cell 37, 1-10 (2016)

Transfer of the Septin Ring to Cytokinetic Remnants in ER Stress Directs Age-Sensitive Cell-Cyle Re-entry. Chao J., Pina F., Onishi M., Cohen Y., Lai Y., Schuldiner M., and Niwa M. Dev Cell 51, 1-19 (2019).

Sphingolipids Activate the Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress Surveillance (ERSU) Pathway. Pina F., Yagisawa F., Obara K., Gregerson J.D., Kihara A., and Niwa M. J of Cell Biol, 217, 495-505 (2018).