1. Pulido Cifuentes, L., A. I. M. Athamneh, Y. Efremov, A. Raman, T. Kim, and D.M. Suter. 2024. A modified motor-clutch model reveals that neuronal growth cones respond faster to soft substrates. Mol. Biol. Cell. doi: 10.1091/mbc.E23-09-0364

  2. Alam, S. M. S., Y. Watanabe, B. L. Steeno, S. Dutta, H. A. Szilagyi, A. Wei, and D. M. Suter. 2023. Neuronal NADPH oxidase is required for neurite regeneration of Aplysia bag cell neurons. J. Neurochem. 167(4):505-519. doi: 10.1111/jnc.15977

  3. Wang, Y., L. D. Troughton, F. Xu , A. Chatterjee, H. Zhao , L. P. Cifuentes , R.  B. Wagner, T. Wang, S. Tan, J. Chen , L. Li, D. Umulis, S. Kuang, D. M. Suter, C. Yuan, D. Chan, F. Huang, P. W. Oakes, and Q. Deng. 2023. Atypical peripheral actin band formation via overactivation of RhoA and non-muscle myosin II in mitofusin 2-deficient cells. eLife. DOI: 10.7554/eLife.88828

  4. Efremov, Y. M., D. M. Suter, P. S. Timashev, and A. Raman. 2022. 3D nanomechanical mapping of subcellular and sub-nuclear structures of living cells by multi-harmonic AFM with long-tip microcantilevers. Sci. Rep. 12(1):529. doi: 10.1038/s41598-0 21-04443

  5. Brown, S. L., Y. Ren, D. M. Suter, and S. Mattoo. 2021. A co-purification method for efficient production and Src kinase-mediated phosphorylation of Aplysia cortactin. Bio-protocol 11(18): e4158. doi:10.21769/BioProtoc.4158

  6. Terzi, A., S.M.S. Alam, and D. M. Suter. 2021. ROS live cell imaging during neuronal development. JoVE 62165 doi: 10.3791/62165

  7. Terzi, A., H. Roeder, C. J. Weaver, and D. M. Suter. 2020. Neuronal NADPH oxidase 2 regulates growth cone guidance downstream of slit2/robo2.  Dev Neurobiol. doi: 10.1002/dneu.22791

  8. Terzi, A. and D. M. Suter. 2020. The role of NADPH oxidases in neuronal development. Free Rad. Biol. Med. 154:33-47.

  9. McElmurry, K., J. E. Stone, D. Ma, P. Lamoureux, Y. Zhang, M. Steidemann, L. Fix, F. Huang, K. E. Miller, and Suter, D. M. 2020. Dynein-mediated microtubule translocation powering neurite outgrowth in chick and Aplysia neurons requires microtubule assembly. J. Cell Sci. 133(8):jcs232983. doi: 10.1242. PMC7188442.

  10. Ren, Y., Y. He, S. Brown, E. Zbornik, M. J. Mlodzianoski, D. Ma, F. Huang, S. Mattoo, and D. M. Suter. 2019. A single tyrosine phosphorylation site in cortactin is important for filopodia formation in neuronal growth cones. Mol. Biol. Cell. 30(15):1817-1833. doi: 10.1091/mbc.E18-04-0202

  11. Efremov, Y. M., M. Velay-Lizancos, C. J. Weaver, A. I. M. Athamneh, P. D. Zavattieri, D. M. Suter, and A. Raman. 2019. Anisotropy vs isotropy in living cell indentation with AFM. Sci. Rep. 9(1):5757. doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-42077-1

  12. Miller, K. E. and D. M. Suter. 2018. An integrated cytoskeletal model of neurite outgrowth. Front. Cell. Neurosci. 12:447. doi: 10.3389/fncel.2018.00447

  13. Efremov, Y. M., A. X. Cartagena-Rivera, A. I. M. Athamneh, D. M. Suter, and A. Raman. 2018. Mapping heterogeneity of cellular mechanics by multi-harmonic atomic force microscopy. Nature Protocols.13(10):2200-2216. doi: 10.1038/s41596-018-0031-8

  14. Fligor, C. M., K. B. Langer, A. Sridhar, Y. Ren, P. K. Shields, M. C. Edler, S. K. Ohlemacher, V. M. Sluch, D. J. Zack, C. Zhang, D. M. Suter, and J. S. Meyer. 2018. Three-dimensional retinal organoids facilitate the investigation of retinal ganglion cell development, organization and neurite outgrowth from human pluripotent stem cells. Sci. Rep. 8(1):14520. doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-32871-8

  15. Weaver, C. J., A. Terzi, H. Roeder, T. Gurol, Q. Deng, Y. F. Leung, and D. M. Suter. 2018. nox2/cybb deficiency affects zebrafish retinotectal connectivity. J. Neurosci. 38 (26):5854-5871.

  16. Ren, Y., M. J. Mlodzianoski, A. C. Lee, F. Huang, and D. M. Suter. 2018. A low-cost microwell device for high-resolution imaging of neurite outgrowth in 3D. J. Neural. Eng. 15:035001

  17. Athamneh, A. I. M., Y. He, P. Lamoureux, L. Fix, D. M. Suter, and K. E. Miller. 2017. Neurite elongation is highly correlated with bulk forward translocation of microtubules. Sci. Rep. 2017 Aug 4;7(1):7292. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-07402-6.

  18. Liu, S., M. J. Mlodzianoski, Z. Hu., Y. Ren, K. McElmurry, D. M. Suter, and F. Huang. 2017. sCMOS noise-correction algorithm for microscopy images. Nat. Methods. 14(8):760-761. doi: 10.1038/nmeth.4379

  19. Ren, Y., and D. M. Suter. 2016. Increase in growth cone size correlates with decrease in neurite growth rate. Neural Plast.

  20. Miller, K. E., and D. M. Suter. 2016. Editorial: Neuronal Mechanics and Transport. Front. Cell. Neurosci. 10:1. doi: 10.3389/fncel.2016.00001.

  21. Weaver, C. J., Y. F. Leung, and D. M. Suter. 2016. Expression dynamics of NADPH oxidases during early zebrafish development. J. Comp. Neurol. 524(10):2130-41. doi: 10.1002/cne.23938.

  22. Athamneh, A. I. M., A. X. Cartagena-Rivera, A. Raman, and D. M. Suter. 2015. Substrate deformation predicts neuronal growth cone advance. Biophys. J. 109(7):1358-71.

  23. Athamneh, A. I. M., and D. M. Suter. 2015. Quantifying mechanical force in axonal growth and guidance. Front. Cell. Neurosci. 9:359. doi: 10.3389/fncel.2015.00359

  24. He, Y., Y. Ren, B. Wu, B. Decourt, A.C. Lee, A. Taylor, and D. M. Suter. 2015. Src and cortactin promote lamellipodia protrusion and filopodia formation and stability in growth cones. Mol. Biol. Cell 26(18):3229-44

  25. Munnamalai, V., C. J. Weaver, C. E. Weisheit, P. Venkatraman, Z. S. Agim, M. T. Quinn and D. M. Suter 2014. Bidirectional interactions between NOX2-type NADPH oxidase and the F-actin cytoskeleton in neuronal growth cones. J Neurochem. 130(4):526-40. Cover article

  26. P. J. Hollenbeck. and Suter, D. M. 2013. Axon Outgrowth: Motor Protein Moonlights in Microtubule Sliding. Current Biology 23(13):R575-R576.

  27. Kilinc, D., Blasiak, A., O'Mahonyet, J. J., Suter, D. M., Lee, G. U. 2012. Magnetic tweezers-based force clamp reveals mechanically distinct apCAM domain interactions. Biophys. J. 103(6): 1120-1129.

  28. Martines, E., Zhong, J., Muzard, J., Lee, A. C., Akhremitchev, B. B., Suter, D. M., Lee, G. U. 2012. Single-molecule force spectroscopy of the Aplysia cell adhesion molecule reveals two homophilic bonds. Biophys J 103(4): 649-657.

  29. Suter, D. M. and P. J. Hollenbeck. 2011. How to get on the right track. Nat Neurosci 15(1): 7-8.

  30. Suter, D.M. 2011. Live cell imaging of neuronal growth cone motility and guidance in vitro. Methods in Molecular Biology. 769: 65-86. In Cell Migration: Methods and Protocols, Second Edition, Claire Wells and Dr. Maddy Parsons (eds.)

  31. Snyder, J.E., Azizgolshani, O., Wu, B., He, Y., Lee, A.C., Jose, J., Suter, D.M., Knobler, C.M., Gelbart, W.M., Kuhn, R.J. 2011. Rescue of infectious particles from pre-assembled alphavirus nucleocapsids cores. J. Virol. 85(12): 5773-81.

  32. Suter, D.M., Miller, K.E. 2011. The emerging role of forces in axonal elongation. Prog. neurobiol. 94(2): 91-101.

  33. Suter, D.M. 2010. Functions of myosin motor proteins in the nervous system. Advances in Neurobiology. 5: 45-72. In The Neurobiology of Actin: From Neurulation to Synaptic Function, Gianluca Gallo and Lorene Lanier (eds.)

  34. Xiong, Y., A. C. Lee, D. M. Suter, and G. U. Lee. 2009. Topography and nanomechanics of live neuronal growth cones analyzed by atomic force microscopy. Biophys. J. 96(12):5060-5072.

  35. Munnamalai, V., and D. M. Suter. 2009. Reactive oxygen species regulate F-actin dynamics in neuronal growth cones and neurite outgrowth. J.Neurochem. 108 (3):644-661.

  36. Decourt, B., V. Munnamalai, A. C. Lee, L. Sanchez, and D. M. Suter. 2009. Cortactin colocalizes with filopodial actin and accumulates at IgCAM adhesion sites in Aplysia growth cones. J. Neurosci. Res. 87(5):1057-1068. Cover article

  37. Wu, B., B. Decourt, M. A. Zabidi, L. T. Wuethrich, W. H. Kim, Z. Zhou, K. MacIsaac, and D. M. Suter. 2008. Microtubule-mediated Src tyrosine kinase trafficking in neuronal growth cones. Mol. Biol. Cell. 19 (11): 4611-4627. Cover article and highlighted in InCytes from Molecular Biology of the Cell

  38. Lee, A. C., and D. M. Suter.  2008. Quantitative analysis of microtubule dynamics during adhesion-mediated growth cone guidanceDev. Neurobiol. 68 (12):1363-1377. Cover article

  39. Lee, A. C., B. Decourt, and D. M. Suter. 2008. Neuronal cell cultures from Aplysia californica for high-resolution imaging of growth cones. J. Vis. Experim. (JoVE) 12

  40. Grzywa, E. L., A. C. Lee, G. U. Lee, and D. M. Suter. 2006. High-Resolution Analysis of Neuronal Growth Cone Morphology by Comparative Atomic Force and Optical Microscopy. J. Neurobiol. 66 (14):1529-43. Cover article

  41. Suter, D. M., A. W. Schaefer, and P. Forscher. 2004. Microtubule dynamics are necessary for Src family kinase dependent growth cone steering. Curr. Biol. 14:1194-1199

  42. Sonderegger, P., S. Kunz, C. Rader, D. M. Suter, and E. T. Stoeckli. 2001. Analysis of cell-cell contact mediated by Ig superfamily cell adhesion molecules. In Current Protocols in Cell Biology. J. S. Bonifacino, M. Dasso, J. Lippincott-Schwartz, J. B. Harford, and K. M. Yamada, editors. John Wiley & Sons, Inc, New York.  Unit 9.5

  43. Suter, D. M., and P. Forscher. 2001. Transmission of growth cone traction force through apCAM-cytoskeletal linkages is regulated by Src family tyrosine kinase activity. J. Cell Biol. 155 (3):427-438
    Comment to Suter and Forscher: J. Cell Biol. 155 (3):427-438 (2001) by Jay, D. G. 2001. A Src-astic response to mounting tension. J. Cell Biol. 155 (3): 327-330

  44. Espindola, F. S., D. M. Suter, L. B.E. Partata, T. Cao, J. S. Wolenski, R. E. Cheney, S. M. King, and M. S. Mooseker. 2000. The light chain composition of chick brain myosin-Va: calmodulin, myosin-II essential light chains, and 8 kDa dynein light chain/PIN. Cell Motil. Cytoskeleton 47(4): 269-281

  45. Suter, D. M., and P. Forscher. 2000. Substrate-cytoskeletal coupling as a mechanism for the regulation of growth cone motility and guidance. J. Neurobiol. 44 (2): 97-113

  46. Fitzli, D., E. T. Stoeckli, S. Kunz, K. Siribour, C. Rader, B. Kunz, S. V. Kozlov, A. Buchstaller, R. P. Lane, D. M. Suter, W. J. Dreyer, and P. Sonderegger. 2000. A direct interaction of axonin-1 and NrCAM results in guidance, but not growth of commissural axons. J.Cell Biol. 149 (4): 951-968

  47. Suter, D. M., F. S. Espindola, C.-H. Lin, P. Forscher, and M. S. Mooseker. 2000. Localization of unconventional myosins V and VI in neuronal growth cones. J. Neurobiol. 42 (3): 370-382

  48. Suter, D. M., L. D. Errante, V. Belotserkovsky, and P. Forscher. 1998. The Ig superfamily cell adhesion molecule, apCAM, mediates growth cone steering by substrate-cytoskeletal coupling. J. Cell Biol. 141 (1): 227-240
    Comment to Suter et al.: J. Cell Biol. 141 (1): 227-240 (1998) by Heidemann, S., and R. E. Buxbaum. 1998. Cell crawling: First the motor, now the transmission. J. Cell Biol. 141 (1): 1-4

  49. Suter, D. M., and P. Forscher. 1998. An emerging link between cytoskeletal dynamics and cell adhesion molecules in growth cone guidance. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 8 (1): 106-116

  50. Suter, D. M., G. E. Pollerberg, A. Buchstaller, R. J. Giger, W. J. Dreyer, and P. Sonderegger. 1995. Binding between the neural cell adhesion molecules axonin-1 and Nr-CAM/Bravo is involved in neuron-glia interaction. J. Cell Biol. 131 (4): 1067-1081

  51. Suter, D. M., and P. Sonderegger. 1994. Evidence for a nonneuronal receptor for axonin-1 and Ng-CAM. Swiss. Arch. Neurol. Psychiatr. 145 (3): 37-40

  52. Suter, D. M., E. T. Stoeckli, and P. Sonderegger. 1993. Inhibitory effects of the immunoglobulin superfamily molecule axonin-1 on Schwann cells and astrocytes. Swiss. Arch. Neurol. Psychiatr. 144 (3): 221-224