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Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
Onset of taste bud cell renewal starts at birth and coincides with a shift in SHH function
Erin J Golden et al.
Taste cell renewal begins at birth and is promoted by sonic hedgehog that alters the expression of regulators of cell migration and adhesion that may allow entry of new cells into buds.
Apical contacts stemming from incomplete delamination guide progenitor cell allocation through a dragging mechanism
Eduardo Pulgar et al.
Incomplete delamination serves as a cellular platform for coordinated tissue movements during development, guiding newly formed progenitor cell groups to the differentiation site.
Biochemistry and Chemical Biology
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Acidic pH and divalent cation sensing by PhoQ are dispensable for systemic salmonellae virulence
Kevin G Hicks et al.
Receptor recognition of antimicrobial peptides is important for Salmonellae to survive inside macrophages and cause disease.
Microtubules provide directional information for core PCP function
Maja Matis et al.
The Fat/Dachsous/Four-jointed (Ft/Ds/Fj) system provides a spatial signal to organize core PCP proteins via the polarization of microtubules.
Ectocytosis prevents accumulation of ciliary cargo in
Adria Razzauti, Patrick Laurent
Disposal of ciliary proteins via ectosomes budding from cilia tip or cilia base acts as a safeguard mechanism when cilia trafficking functions are impaired.
The evolution of the vestibular apparatus in apes and humans
Alessandro Urciuoli et al.
The morphology of the inner ear distinguishes major anthropoid clades and enables the proposal of various shared-derived features for apes as a whole, lesser apes, and great apes and humans.
Glycolytic preconditioning in astrocytes mitigates trauma-induced neurodegeneration
Rene Solano Fonseca et al.
Promoting a Warburg-like shift in astrocytic metabolism through reduced mitochondrial electron transport accommodates the energetic burden caused by brain trauma without overwhelming cellular respiration and redox to salvage dopaminergic neurons.
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