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  1. Quantitative methods for analyzing cell–cell adhesion in development

    Developmental Biology 401(1):165 (2015)

    During development cell–cell adhesion is not only crucial to maintain tissue morphogenesis and homeostasis, it also activates signalling pathways important for the regulation of different cellular processes including cell survival, gene expression, collective cell migration and differe...
  2. Super-resolution imaging in live cells

    Developmental Biology 401(1):175 (2015)

    Over the last twenty years super-resolution fluorescence microscopy has gone from proof-of-concept experiments to commercial systems being available in many labs, improving the resolution achievable by up to a factor of 10 or more. There are three major approaches to super-resolution, ...
  3. Tissue mechanics and adhesion during embryo development

    Developmental Biology 401(1):152 (2015)

    During development cells interact mechanically with their microenvironment through cell–cell and cell–matrix adhesions. Many proteins involved in these adhesions serve both mechanical and signaling roles. In this review we will focus on the mechanical roles of these proteins and their ...
  4. Recent advances in the study of zebrafish extracellular matrix proteins

    Developmental Biology 401(1):110 (2015)

    The zebrafish extracellular matrix (ECM) is a dynamic and pleomorphic structure consisting of numerous proteins that together regulate a variety of cellular and morphogenetic events beginning as early as gastrulation. The zebrafish genome encodes a similar complement of ECM proteins as...
  5. Editorial: Cell adhesion in development

    Developmental Biology 401(1):1 (2015)

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    Developmental Biology 401(1):IFC (2015)

  7. Heterotypic control of basement membrane dynamics during branching morphogenesis

    Developmental Biology 401(1):103 (2015)

    Many mammalian organs undergo branching morphogenesis to create highly arborized structures with maximized surface area for specialized organ function. Cooperative cell–cell and cell–matrix adhesions that sculpt the emerging tissue architecture are guided by dynamic basement membranes....
  8. Mechanisms of boundary formation by Eph receptor and ephrin signaling

    Developmental Biology 401(1):122 (2015)

    The formation of sharp borders, across which cell intermingling is restricted, has a crucial role in the establishment and maintenance of organized tissues. Signaling of Eph receptors and ephrins underlies formation of a number of boundaries between and within tissues during vertebrate...
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    Developmental Biology 400(2):IFC (2015)

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    Developmental Biology 400(1):IFC (2015)