Sandra Dieter

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Morphogenesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and the pathogenic yeast Candida albicans is governed in part by the same molecular circuits. In S. cerevisiae, FLO11/MUC1 expression has been shown to be modulated by multiple signalling pathways required for pseudohyphal development. We have established a screen in S. cerevisiae to identify regulators of fungal(More)
γ-protocadherins (γ-pcdhs) are transmembrane receptor proteins ubiquitously expressed in the postnatal and adult mouse brain. γ-pcdhs are required for normal neuronal development as shown for spinal cord interneurons, retinal ganglion cells and cortical neurons. To test the role of γ-pcdhs during development of subventricular zone progenitor cells and their(More)
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