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Concept Drosophila Proteins
Academic Article Developmental biology. Tubular transformations.
Academic Article A Rab10-dependent mechanism for polarized basement membrane secretion during organ morphogenesis.
Academic Article The Drosophila egg chamber-a new spin on how tissues elongate.
Academic Article Fat2 and Lar Define a Basally Localized Planar Signaling System Controlling Collective Cell Migration.
Academic Article Fat-like cadherins in cell migration-leading from both the front and the back.
Academic Article Epithelial rotation promotes the global alignment of contractile actin bundles during Drosophila egg chamber elongation.
Academic Article Influence of ovarian muscle contraction and oocyte growth on egg chamber elongation in Drosophila.
Academic Article Rab10-Mediated Secretion Synergizes with Tissue Movement to Build a Polarized Basement Membrane Architecture for Organ Morphogenesis.
Academic Article Misshapen decreases integrin levels to promote epithelial motility and planar polarity in Drosophila.
Academic Article Dynein regulates epithelial polarity and the apical localization of stardust A mRNA.
Academic Article Planar-Polarized Semaphorin-5c and Plexin A Promote the Collective Migration of Epithelial Cells in Drosophila.
Academic Article The dPix-Git complex is essential to coordinate epithelial morphogenesis and regulate myosin during Drosophila egg chamber development.
Academic Article DAAM mediates the assembly of long-lived, treadmilling stress fibers in collectively migrating epithelial cells in Drosophila.
Academic Article Kinesin-directed secretion of basement membrane proteins to a subdomain of the basolateral surface in Drosophila epithelial cells.

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