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Concept Myosin-Light-Chain Kinase
Concept Myosin Type II
Concept Myosin Light Chains
Concept Myosin Heavy Chains
Academic Article Distinct temporal-spatial roles for rho kinase and myosin light chain kinase in epithelial purse-string wound closure.
Academic Article Myosin light chain phosphorylation regulates barrier function by remodeling tight junction structure.
Academic Article Epithelial myosin light chain kinase activation induces mucosal interleukin-13 expression to alter tight junction ion selectivity.
Academic Article No static at all.
Academic Article Mechanisms and functional implications of intestinal barrier defects.
Academic Article Tight junctions on the move: molecular mechanisms for epithelial barrier regulation.
Academic Article The epithelial barrier is maintained by in vivo tight junction expansion during pathologic intestinal epithelial shedding.
Academic Article LIGHT signals directly to intestinal epithelia to cause barrier dysfunction via cytoskeletal and endocytic mechanisms.
Academic Article Targeted epithelial tight junction dysfunction causes immune activation and contributes to development of experimental colitis.
Academic Article MLCK-dependent exchange and actin binding region-dependent anchoring of ZO-1 regulate tight junction barrier function.
Academic Article TNFR2 activates MLCK-dependent tight junction dysregulation to cause apoptosis-mediated barrier loss and experimental colitis.
Academic Article The cerebral cavernous malformation disease causing gene KRIT1 participates in intestinal epithelial barrier maintenance and regulation.
Academic Article ZO-1 Regulates Intercalated Disc Composition and Atrioventricular Node Conduction.
Academic Article Antibodies in cerebral cavernous malformations react with cytoskeleton autoantigens in the lesional milieu.
Academic Article The scaffolding protein ZO-1 coordinates actomyosin and epithelial apical specializations in vitro and in vivo.
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