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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.
TORC2-Gad8-dependent myosin phosphorylation modulates regulation by calcium
Karen Baker et al.
IQ domain phosphorylation regulates calmodulin binding and myosin-1 function.
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.
Physics of Living Systems
Stiffness and tension gradients of the hair cell’s tip-link complex in the mammalian cochlea
Mélanie Tobin et al.
The tip-link complex of the hair cell is mechanically tuned along the tonotopic axis of the cochlea.
Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
Distinct progenitor populations mediate regeneration in the zebrafish lateral line
Eric D Thomas, David W Raible
The zebrafish lateral line utilizes multiple, genetically distinct, independently regulated progenitors to generate new hair cells during homeostasis and regeneration, and to maintain progenitor pools.
A novel mode of capping protein-regulation by twinfilin
Adam B Johnston et al.
Twinfilin functions as a pro-capping ligand of capping protein, dynamically competing with inhibitory ligands of capping proteinto control cellular actin assembly.
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.
A counter gradient of Activin A and follistatin instructs the timing of hair cell differentiation in the murine cochlea
Meenakshi Prajapati-DiNubila et al.
Opposing gradients of activin A and follistatin within the spiral shaped mammalian cochlea instruct the graded pattern of mechano-sensory hair cell formation.
Lamellar projections in the endolymphatic sac act as a relief valve to regulate inner ear pressure
Ian A Swinburne et al.
The pressure of fluid in the inner ear is controlled by opening of cellular valves in the endolymphatic sac to allow for regulated transepithelial fluid flow.
Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
Structural relationship between the putative hair cell mechanotransduction channel TMC1 and TMEM16 proteins
Angela Ballesteros et al.
The structural relationship between TMC and TMEM16 proteins provides insight into the structure and functional mechanisms of the mechanotransduction channel complex in hair cells.
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