Zuryn S., Ahier A., Portoso M., White E.R., Morin M.C., Margueron R., Jarriault S. (2014). Sequential histone-modifying activities determines the robustness of transdifferentiation. Science. 345(6198):826-829. 

Wilkinson R., Wang X., Kassianos A.J., Zuryn S., Roper K.E., Osborne A., Sampangi S., Francis L., Raghunath V., Healy H. (2014). Laser capture microdissection and multiplex-tandem PCR analysis of proximal tubular epithelial cell signaling in human kidney disease. PLoS One. 9(1):e87345. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0087345.

Zuryn S., Jarriault S. (2013). Deep sequencing strategies for mapping and identifying mutations from genetic screens. Worm. 2(3):e25081-10.

Schlipalius DI., Valmas N., Tuck AG., Jagadeesan R., Ma L., Kaur R., Goldinger A., Anderson C., Kuang J., Zuryn S., Mau YS., Cheng Q., Collins PJ., Nayak M., Schirra HJ., Hilliard MA., Ebert PR. (2012). A Core metabolic enzyme mediates resistance to phosphine gas. Science. 338(9):807-810.

Zuryn S., Daniele T., Jarriault S. (2012). Direct cellular reprogramming in C. elegans: facts, models and promises for regenerative medicine. Wiley Interdiscip Rev Dev Biol. 1(1):138-152. 

Richard J.*, Zuryn S.*, Fischer N., Pavet V., Vaucamps N., Jarriault S. (2011). Direct in vivo reprogramming involves transition through discrete, non-pluripotent steps. Development. 138(8):1483-92. (*Co-first).

Zuryn S., Le Gras S., Jamet K., Jarriault S. (2010). A strategy for direct mapping and identification of mutants by whole-genome sequencing. Genetics. 186(1):427-30. 

Zuryn S., Kuang J., Tuck A., Ebert PR. (2010). Mitochondrial dysfunction in Caenorhabditis elegans causes metabolic restructuring, but this is not linked to longevity. Mech Ageing Dev. 131(9):554-61.

​Zuryn S., Kuang J., Ebert PR. (2008). Modulation of mitochondrial phosphine toxicity and resistance in Caenorhabditis elegans. Toxicological Sciences. 102(1):179-86.

​Valmas N.*, Zuryn S.*, Ebert PR. (2008). Mitochondrial uncouplers synergise with the fumigant phosphine to disrupt mitochondrial membrane potential and cause cell death. Toxicology. 30;252(1-3):33-9. (*Co-first).