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Plasticity of both planar cell polarity and cell identity during the development of
Pedro Saavedra et al.
larval epidermis both the cell identity and polarity of individual cells change as a result of cell rearrangements.
Reciprocal action of Casein Kinase Iε on core planar polarity proteins regulates clustering and asymmetric localisation
Helen Strutt et al.
Casein kinase Iε phosphorylation has opposite effects on the stability of the core planar polarity proteins Strabismus and Dishevelled, leading to their sorting to opposite cell ends.
Flattop regulates basal body docking and positioning in mono- and multiciliated cells
Moritz Gegg et al.
In cell types that acquire planar cell polarity, the protein Flattop regulates basal body docking and positioning.
Spatial and temporal analysis of PCP protein dynamics during neural tube closure
Mitchell T Butler, John B Wallingford
Planar cell polarity proteins display dynamic spatial and temporal patterns of enrichment that tightly correlate with myosin-dependent cell behaviors during neural tube closure.
Wnt proteins can direct planar cell polarity in vertebrate ectoderm
Chih-Wen Chu, Sergei Y Sokol
Vertebrate early ectoderm displays planar polarity manifested by a fluorescent sensor and this polarity can be instructed by Wnt ligands.
Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
Assembly and positioning of actomyosin rings by contractility and planar cell polarity
Ivonne M Sehring et al.
Contractility wins over the polarity pathway in a tug-of-war to position a cytokinesis-like actomyosin ring at the equator of notochord cells.
Axon Growth: How to survive a nerve-wracking journey
Andrea Yung, Lisa V Goodrich
Directional selectivity of afferent neurons in zebrafish neuromasts is regulated by Emx2 in presynaptic hair cells
Young Rae Ji et al.
Emx2 mediates the directional selectivity of neuromasts by regulating hair bundle orientation in hair cells, and by selecting afferent neuronal targets.
axis controls the cytoskeleton and confers cellular properties required for alveologenesis
Kuan Zhang et al.
Regulation of cellular properties such as ligand secretion and migratory ability through changes in the cytoskeleton mediated by a
axis is a major determinant of alveolar formation.
controls axonal development in distinct populations of cranial and spinal motor neurons
Zhong L Hua et al.
The signaling molecule Frizzled3 plays a part in the development of the nervous system by controlling the ability of motor neurons to form connections with distant target muscles.
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