Zimmerman S.G., Merrihew G.E. MacCoss M.J., Berg C.A. 2017.
Proteomics Analysis Identifies Orthologs of Human Chitinase-Like Proteins as Inducers of Tube Morphogenesis Defects in Drosophila melanogaster.
Genetics 206: 973–984.
Osterfield M., Berg C.A., Shvartsman S.Y. 2017.
Epithelial Patterning, Morphogenesis, and Evolution: Drosophila Eggshell as a Model.
Developmental Cell 41: 337-348.
Peters N.C., Berg C.A. 2017.
In Vitro Culturing and Live Imaging of Drosophila Egg Chambers: A History and Adaptable Method.
Oogenesis: Methods and Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology 1457: 35-68.
Peters N.C., Berg C.A. 2015.
Dynamin-mediated endocytosis is required for tube closure, cell intercalation, and biased apical expansion during epithelial tubulogenesis in the Drosophila ovary.
Developmental Biology 409: 39–54.
Zimmerman S.G., Peters N.C., Altaras A.E., Berg C.A. 2013.
Optimized RNA ISH, RNA FISH and protein-RNA double labeling (IF/FISH) in Drosophila ovaries.
Nature Protocols 8: 2158-2179.
Peters N.C., Thayer N.H., Kerr S.A., Tompa M., Berg C.A. 2013.
Following the ‘tracks’: Tramtrack69 regulates epithelial tube expansion in the Drosophila ovary through Paxillin, Dynamin, and the homeobox protein Mirror.
Developmental Biology 378: 154-169.
Kim Y., Andreu M.J., Lim B., Chung K., Terayama M., Jiménez G., Berg C.A., Lu H., Shvartsman S.Y. 2011.
Gene regulation by MAPK substrate competition.
Developmental Cell 20: 880-887.
Boyle M.J., French R.L., Cosand K.A., Dorman J.B., Kiehart D.P., Berg C.A. 2010.
Division of labor: subsets of dorsal-appendage-forming cells control the shape of the entire tube.
Developmental Biology 346:68-79.
Boyle M.J., Berg C.A. 2009.
Control in time and space: Tramtrack69 cooperates with Notch and Ecdysone to repress ectopic fate and shape changes during Drosophila egg chamber maturation.
Development 136: 4187-4197.
Berg C.A. 2008.
Tube formation in Drosophila egg chambers.
Tissue Eng Part A. 14: 1479-1488.
Held K.G., LaRock C.N., D’Argenio D.A., Berg C.A., Collins C.M. 2007.
A metalloprotease secreted by the insect pathogen Photorhabdus luminescens induces melanization.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 73: 7622-7628. Tissue Eng Part A. 14: 1479-1488.
Ward, E.J., Zhou, X., Riddiford, L., M., Berg, C.A., and Ruohola-Baker, H. 2006.
Border of Notch activity establishes a boundary between the two dorsal-appendage-tube cell types.
Developmental Biology 297: 461-470.
Berg, C.A. 2005.
The Drosophila shell game: Patterning genes and morphological change.
Trends in Genetics 21: 346-355.
Ward, E.J. and Berg, C.A. 2005.
Juxtaposition between two cell types is necessary for dorsal appendage tube formation.
Mechanisms of Development 122: 241-255.
Dorman, J.B., James, K.E., Fraser, S.E., Kiehart, D.P., and Berg, C.A. 2004.
bullwinkle is required for epithelial morphogenesis during Drosophila oogenesis.
Developmental Biology 267: 320-341.
Tran, D.H. and Berg, C.A. 2003.
bullwinkle and shark regulate dorsal-appendage morphogenesis in Drosophila oogenesis.
Development 130: 6273-6282.
James, K.E. and Berg, C.A. 2003.
Temporal comparison of Broad-Complex expression during eggshell-appendage patterning and morphogenesis in two Drosophila species with different eggshell-appendage numbers.
Gene Expression Patterns 3: 629-634.
French, R.F., Cosand, K.A., and Berg, C.A. 2003.
The Drosophila female sterile mutation twin peaks is a novel allele of tramtrack and reveals a requirement for TTK69 in regulating epithelial morphogenesis.
Developmental Biology 253: 18-35.
Kot, M., Silverman, E., and Berg, C.A. 2003.
Zipf’s law and the diversity of biology newsgroups.
Scientometrics 56: 247-257.
Ward, E.J., Thaipisuttikul, I., Terayama, M., French, R.L., Jackson, S.M., Cosand, K.A., Tobler, K.J., Dorman, J.B., and Berg, C.A. 2002.
GAL4 expression patterns during Drosophila development.
Genesis 34: 46-50.
Jackson, S.M. and Berg, C.A. 2002.
An A-kinase anchoring protein is required for PKA-RII membrane localization and ring canal morphology during oogenesis in Drosophila.
Development 129: 4423-4433.
James, K.E., Dorman, J.B., and Berg, C.A. 2002.
Mosaic analyses reveal the function of Drosophila Ras in embryonic dorsoventral patterning and dorsal follicle cell morphogenesis.
Development 129: 2209-2222.
Volpe, A., Horowitz, H., Grafer, C.M., Jackson, S.M., and Berg, C.A. 2001.
Drosophila rhino encodes a female-specific chromo-domain protein that affects chromosome structure and egg polarity.
Genetics 159: 1117-1134.
Schnorr, J.D., Holdcraft, R., Chevalier, B., and Berg, C.A. 2001.
Ras1 interacts with multiple new signaling and cytoskeletal loci in Drosophila eggshell patterning and morphogenesis.
Genetics 159: 609-622.
D’Argenio, D., Gallagher, L.A., Berg, C.A., and Manoil, C. 2001.
Drosophila as a model host for Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection.
Journal of Bacteriology 183: 1466-1471.
Jackson, S.M. and Berg, C.A. 1999.
Soma-to-germline interactions during Drosophila oogenesis are influenced by dose-sensitive interactions between cut and the genes cappuccino, ovarian tumor and agnostic.
Genetics 153: 289-303.
Webster, P., Liang, L., Berg, C.A., Lasko, P., and Macdonald, P. 1997.
Translational repressor bruno plays multiple roles in development and is widely conserved.
Genes & Development 11: 2510 – 2521.
Schnorr, J.D. and Berg, C.A. 1996.
Differential activity of Ras1 during patterning of the Drosophila dorsoventral axis.
Genetics 144: 1545-1557.
Horowitz, H. and Berg, C.A. 1996.
The Drosophila pipsqueak gene encodes a nuclear BTB-domain-containing protein required early in oogenesis.
Development 122: 1859 – 1871.
Gillespie, D. and Berg, C.A. 1995.
homeless is required for RNA localization in Drosophila oogenesis and encodes a new member of the DE-H family of RNA-dependent ATPases.
Genes & Development 9: 2495-2508.
Rittenhouse, K.R. and Berg, C.A. 1995.
Mutations in the Drosophila gene bullwinkle cause the formation of abnormal eggshell structures and bicaudal embryos.
Development 121: 3023-3033.
Horowitz, H. and Berg, C.A. 1995.
Aberrant splicing and transcription termination caused by P element insertion into the intron of a Drosophila gene.
Genetics 139: 327-335.
Berg, C.A. and Spradling, A.C. 1991.
Studies on the rate and site-specificity of P-element transposition.
Genetics 127: 515-524.
Cooley, L., Berg, C.A., and Spradling, A.C. 1988.
Controlling P-element insertional mutagenesis.
Trends in Genetics 4: 254-258.
Steitz, J.A., Berg, C.A., Hendrick, J.P., La Branche-Chabot, H., Metspalu, A., Rinke, J., and Yario, T. 1988.
A 5S rRNA/L5 complex is a precursor to ribosome assembly in mammalian cells.
Journal of Cell Biology 106: 545 – 556.
Callan, H.C., Gall, J.G., and Berg, C.A. 1987.
The lampbrush chromosomes of Xenopus laevis: Preparation, identification, and distribution of 5S DNA sequences.
Chromosoma 95: 236-250.
Berg, C.A. and Gall, J.G. 1986.
Microinjected Tetrahymena rDNA ends are not recognized as telomeres in Xenopus eggs.
Journal of Cell Biology 103: 691-698.
Book Chapters:
Cooley, L., Berg, C.A., Kelley., R., McKearin, D., and Spradling, A.C. 1988.
Identifying and cloning Drosophila genes by single P-element insertional mutagenesis. In: Progress in Nucleic Acid Research and Molecular Biology: Transposable Elements in Mutagenesis and Gene Expression. vol. 36 (Cohn, W. ed.) Academic Press, Orlando, Florida. pp. 99 – 109.
Steitz, J.A., Berg, C.A., Gottlieb, E., Hardin, J.A., Hashimoto, C., Hendrick, J.P., Hinterberger, M., Krikeles, M., Lerner, M.R., Mount, S.M., Pettersson, I., Rinke, J., Rosa, M.D., and Wolin, S.L. 1982.
Structure and function of small ribonucleoproteins from eukaryotic cells. In: International Symposium Princess Takamatsu Cancer Research Fund, Adp-Ribosy vol. 12 (Miwa, M. ed.) Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands. pp. 101-107.