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Inactivation of aPKCλ results in the loss of adherens junctions in neuroepithelial cells without affecting neurogenesis in mouse neocortex
In developing mammalian telencephalon, the loss of adherens junctions and cell cycle exit represent crucial steps in the differentiation of neuroepithelial cells into neurons, but the relationshipExpand
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Association of ASIP/mPAR‐3 with adherens junctions of mouse neuroepithelial cells
Polarity proteins play fundamental roles in asymmetric cell division, which is essential for the production of different types of cells in multicellular organisms. Here, we explore the localizationExpand
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Calmodulin binds to inv protein: Implication for the regulation of inv function
Establishment of the left–right asymmetry of internal organs is essential for the normal development of vertebrates. The inv mutant in mice shows a constant reversal of left–right asymmetry andExpand
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The tumour suppressor LKB1 regulates myelination through mitochondrial metabolism.
A prerequisite to myelination of peripheral axons by Schwann cells (SCs) is SC differentiation, and recent evidence indicates that reprogramming from a glycolytic to oxidative metabolism occursExpand
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Mutations in N-cadherin and a Stardust homolog, Nagie oko, affect cell-cycle exit in zebrafish retina
It has been reported that the loss of apicobasal cell polarity and the disruption of adherens junctions induce hyperplasia in the mouse developing brain. However, it is not fully understood whetherExpand
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Stem-loop binding protein is required for retinal cell proliferation, neurogenesis, and intraretinal axon pathfinding in zebrafish.
In the developing retina, neurogenesis and cell differentiation are coupled with cell proliferation. However, molecular mechanisms that coordinate cell proliferation and differentiation are not fullyExpand
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Ectopic myelinating oligodendrocytes in the dorsal spinal cord as a consequence of altered semaphorin 6D signaling inhibit synapse formation
Different types of sensory neurons in the dorsal root ganglia project axons to the spinal cord to convey peripheral information to the central nervous system. Whereas most proprioceptive axons enterExpand
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Specificity of monosynaptic sensory-motor connections imposed by repellent Sema3E-PlexinD1 signaling.
In mammalian spinal cord, group Ia proprioceptive afferents form selective monosynaptic connections with a select group of motor pool targets. The extent to which sensory recognition of motor neuronsExpand
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Semaphorin 3A is a retrograde cell death signal in developing sympathetic neurons
ABSTRACT During development of the peripheral nervous system, excess neurons are generated, most of which will be lost by programmed cell death due to a limited supply of neurotrophic factors fromExpand
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