Key publications

Gadadhar, Sˆ., Hirschmugl, T., & Janke, Cˆ. (2022). The tubulin code in mammalian sperm development and function. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology ˆco-corresponding author

Gadadhar, Sˆ., Viar, G. A., Hansen, J. N., Gong, A., Kostarev, A., Ialy-Radio, C., Leboucher, S., Whitfield, M., Ziyyat, A., Touré, A., Alvarez, Lˆ., Pigino, Gˆ., & Janke, Cˆ. (2021). Tubulin glycylation controls axonemal dynein activity, flagellar beat, and male fertility. Science, 371(6525).ˆco-corresponding author, highlighted on the cover of Science

Bodakuntla, S., Yuan, X., Genova, M., Gadadhar, S., Leboucher, S., Birling, M.-C., Klein, D., Martini, R., Janke, C., & Magiera, M. M. (2021). Distinct roles of α- and β-tubulin polyglutamylation in controlling axonal transport and in neurodegeneration. EMBO Journal, 40(17).

Giordano, T*., Gadadhar, S*., Bodakuntla, S., Straub, J., Leboucher, S., Martinez, G., Chemlali, W., Bosc, C., Andrieux, A., Bieche, I., Arnoult, C., Geimer, S., & Janke, C. (2019). Loss of the deglutamylase CCP5 perturbs multiple steps of spermatogenesis and leads to male infertility. Journal of Cell Science, 132(3). *equal contribution

Magiera, M. M., Singh, P., Gadadhar, S., & Janke, C. (2018). Tubulin Posttranslational Modifications and Emerging Links to Human Disease. Cell, 173(6), 1323–1327.

Gadadhar, S., Dadi, H., Bodakuntla, S., Schnitzler, A., Bièche, I., Rusconi, F., & Janke, C. (2017). Tubulin glycylation controls primary cilia length. Journal of Cell Biology, 216(9), 2701–2713.

Gadadhar, S., Bodakuntla, S., Natarajan, K., & Janke, C. (2017). The tubulin code at a glance. Journal of Cell Science, 130(8), 1347–1353.

Natarajan, K., Gadadhar, S., Souphron, J., Magiera, M. M., & Janke, C. (2017). Molecular interactions between tubulin tails and glutamylases reveal determinants of glutamylation patterns. EMBO Reports, 18(6), 1013–1026.

Grau, M. B., Masson, C., Gadadhar, S., Rocha, C., Tort, O., Sousa, P. M., Vacher, S., Bieche, I., & Janke, C. (2017). Alterations in the balance of tubulin glycylation and glutamylation in photoreceptors leads to retinal degeneration. Journal of Cell Science, 130(5), 938–949.