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Concept Cell Polarity
Academic Article Conditional dominant mutations in the Caenorhabditis elegans gene act-2 identify cytoplasmic and muscle roles for a redundant actin isoform.
Academic Article Cellular morphogenesis in ascidians: how to shape a simple tadpole.
Academic Article Ascidian prickle regulates both mediolateral and anterior-posterior cell polarity of notochord cells.
Academic Article PAR proteins and the cytoskeleton: a marriage of equals.
Academic Article FGF3 in the floor plate directs notochord convergent extension in the Ciona tadpole.
Academic Article PAR-3 oligomerization may provide an actin-independent mechanism to maintain distinct par protein domains in the early Caenorhabditis elegans embryo.
Academic Article Cellular symmetry breaking during Caenorhabditis elegans development.
Academic Article Sequential contraction and exchange of apical junctions drives zippering and neural tube closure in a simple chordate.
Academic Article Dynamic Opposition of Clustered Proteins Stabilizes Cortical Polarity in the C. elegans Zygote.
Academic Article A self-organized biomechanical network drives shape changes during tissue morphogenesis.
Academic Article Polarized basolateral cell motility underlies invagination and convergent extension of the ascidian notochord.
Academic Article Rapid diffusion-state switching underlies stable cytoplasmic gradients in the Caenorhabditis elegans zygote.
Academic Article Dynamic interplay of cell fate, polarity and force generation in ascidian embryos.
Academic Article Protein Clustering Shapes Polarity Protein Gradients.
Academic Article The PAR proteins: from molecular circuits to dynamic self-stabilizing cell polarity.
Academic Article Oligomerization of peripheral membrane proteins provides tunable control of cell surface polarity.
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