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Ernst, A. M., Syed, S. A., Zaki, O., Bottanelli, F., Zheng, H., Hacke, M., Xi, Z., Rivera-Molina, F., Graham, M., Rebane, A. A., Björkholm, P., Toomre, D., Baddeley, D., Pincet, F. and Rothman J.E. S-Palmitoylation Sorts Membrane Cargo for Anterograde Transport in the cis-Golgi. Dev. Cell. In press.

Kory, N., Wyant, G.A., Prakash, G., uit de Bos, J., Bottanelli, F., Pacold, M.E., Chan, S.H., Lewis, C.A., Wang, T., Keys, H.R., Guo, Y.E., Sabatini D.M. SFXN1 is a mitochondrial serine transporter required for one-carbon metabolism. Science. 362, eaat9528. (2018)

Bottanelli, F.*, and Schroeder, L.K. (*Corr. Author). Stimulated Emission Depletion (STED) imaging of clathrin-mediated endocytosis in living cells. Methods Mol Biol. 2018;1847, 189-195. (2018).

Bottanelli, F., Kilian N., Ernst, A.M., Rivera-Molina, F., Schroeder, L.K., Kromann, E.B., Lessard, M.D., Erdmann, R.S., Schepartz, A., Baddeley, D., Bewersdorf, J. , Toomre, D. and  Rothman J.E. A novel physiological role for ARF1 in the formation of bi-directional tubules from the Golgi. Molecular biology of the cell. 28(12), 1676-1687 (2017).

Dancourt, J., Zheng, H., Bottanelli, F., Allgeyer E., Bewesdorf, J., Graham, M., Liu, X., Rothman, J.E.,and Lavieu G. Small Cargoes Pass Through Synthetically Glued Golgi Stacks. FEBS Lett. doi: 10.1002/1873-3468.12210 (2016).

Bottanelli, F*, Kromann., E.B.*, Allgeyer E.S., Erdmann, R.S., Baguley, S.W., Sirinakis, G., Schepartz, A., Baddeley, D., Toomre, D.K., RothmanJ.E., and BewersdorfJ. Two-color live-cell nanoscale imaging of intracellular targets. Nature Communications. 71, 0778. (2016). (*Both authors contributed equally to this work)

Lavieu, G., Dunlop, M.H., Lerich, A., Zheng, H., Bottanelli, F., and Rothman, J.E. The Golgi ribbon structure facilitates anterograde transport of large cargoes. Molecular biology of the cell.25, 3028-3036. (2014).

Gershlick, D.C., Lousa Cde, M., Foresti, O., Lee, A.J., Pereira, E.A., daSilva, L.L., Bottanelli, F., and Denecke, J. Golgi-dependent transport of vacuolar sorting receptors is regulated by COPII, AP1, and AP4 protein complexes in tobacco. The Plant cell 26, 1308-1329. (2014).

Schill, H., Nizamov, S., Bottanelli, F., Bierwagen, J., Belov, V.N., and Hell, S.W. 4-Trifluoromethyl-substituted coumarins with large Stokes shifts: synthesis, bioconjugates, and their use in super-resolution fluorescence microscopy. Chemistry 19, 16556-16565. (2013)

Bottanelli, F., Gershlick, D.C., and Denecke, J. Evidence for sequential action of Rab5 and Rab7 GTPases in prevacuolar organelle partitioning. Traffic 13, 338-354. (2012).

Bottanelli, F., Foresti, O., Hanton, S., and Denecke, J. Vacuolar transport in tobacco leaf epidermis cells involves a single route for soluble cargo and multiple routes for membrane cargo. The Plant cell 23, 3007-3025. (2011)

Foresti, O., Gershlick, D.C., Bottanelli, F., Hummel, E., Hawes, C., and Denecke, J. A recycling-defective vacuolar sorting receptor reveals an intermediate compartment situated between prevacuoles and vacuoles in tobacco. The Plant cell 22, 3992-4008. (2010).