Rer1p maintains ciliary length and signaling by regulating γ-secretase activity and Foxj1a levels

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Cilia project from the surface of most vertebrate cells and are important for several physiological and developmental processes. Ciliary defects are linked to a variety of human diseases, named ciliopathies, underscoring the importance of understanding signaling pathways involved in cilia formation and maintenance. In this paper, we identified Rer1p as the… (More)
DOI: 10.1083/jcb.201208175

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@inproceedings{JurischYaksi2013Rer1pMC, title={Rer1p maintains ciliary length and signaling by regulating γ-secretase activity and Foxj1a levels}, author={Nathalie Jurisch-Yaksi and Applonia J. Rose and Huiqi Lu and Tim Raemaekers and Sebastian Munck and Pieter Baatsen and Veerle Baert and Wendy Vermeire and Suzie J Scales and D. Verleyen and Roel Vandepoel and Przemko Tylzanowski and Emre Yaksi and Thomy de Ravel and H Joseph Yost and G Froyen and Cammon B. Arrington and Wim G. Annaert}, booktitle={The Journal of cell biology}, year={2013} }