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Developmental Cell : Papers Under Review

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Single-Cell Assessment of Trophoblast Stem Cell-Based Organoids as Human Placenta-Modeling Platforms

Matthew J. Shannon
University of British Columbia (UBC) - BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute
Gina L. McNeill
University of British Columbia (UBC) - BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute
Posted: 22 Nov 2022
Publication Status: Under Review
Downloads 7
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Deciphering Human Glioblastoma Invasion Using a Developmental Mature Rat Brain Organoid Model

Wenjing Zhou
Shandong First Medical University - Shandong Provincial Hospital
Elena Martinez-Garcia
Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) - Department of Infection and Immunity
Posted: 15 Nov 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 13
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Convergence of the Eph and Dscam1 Signaling Pathways Spatiotemporally Instructs Dendritic Outgrowth

Daichi Kamiyama
University of Georgia - Department of Cellular Biology
Yuri Nishida
University of Georgia - Department of Cellular Biology
Posted: 14 Nov 2022
Publication Status: Under Review
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4.

Tissue Confinement Regulates Cell Growth and Size in Epithelia

John Devany
University of Chicago - Department of Physics
Martin J. Falk
University of Chicago - Department of Physics
Posted: 08 Nov 2022
Publication Status: Under Review
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Transcriptional Metabolic Reprograming Drives Meiotic Fate Decision in Mammalian Germ Cells

Xiaoyu Zhang
University of Kansas - Department of Cell Biology and Physiology
Yan Liu
University of Kansas - Department of Cell Biology and Physiology
Posted: 03 Nov 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 7
6.

Patterning of Phase-Separated Condensates by Dnd1 Controls Cell Fate

Kim Joana Westerich
University of Münster - Institute of Cell Biology
Katsiaryna Tarbashevich
University of Münster - Institute of Cell Biology
Posted: 21 Oct 2022
Publication Status: Under Review
Downloads 10
7.

EYA Proteins Couple Endosomes With Golgi During Wntless Trafficking

Hilal Ahmad Reshi
Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics - Laboratory of Cell Death & Cell Survival
Subbareddy Maddika
Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics - Laboratory of Cell Death & Cell Survival
Posted: 18 Oct 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 6
8.

Beclin-1-Dependent Autophagy But Not Apoptosis Is Critical for Stem Cell Mediated-Endometrial Programming and the Establishment of Pregnancy

Pooja Popli
Baylor University - Department of Pathology & Immunology
Sangappa B. Chadchan
Baylor University - Department of Pathology & Immunology
Posted: 18 Oct 2022
Publication Status: Under Review
Downloads 10
9.

The p-rps6-Zone Delineates Wounding Response and the Healing Process

Nadja Anneliese Ruth Ring
Ludwig Boltzmann Research Group - Senescence and Healing of Wounds
Helene Dworak
Ludwig Boltzmann Research Group - Senescence and Healing of Wounds
Posted: 17 Oct 2022
Publication Status: Under Review
Downloads 7
10.

Spatial Transcriptomic Reconstruction of the Mouse Cochlea Suggests Morphogen-Based Principles of Tonotopic Specification

Shuze Wang
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Saikat Chakraborty
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Posted: 07 Oct 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
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D-Mannose Ameliorates Age-Associated Cellular Senescence in the Bladder Urothelium and NLRP3/Gasdermin/IL-1β-Driven Pyroptotic Epithelial Cell Shedding

Chetanchandra S. Joshi
Baylor University - Section of Infectious Diseases
Arnold M. Salazar
Baylor University - Section of Infectious Diseases
Posted: 30 Sep 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 9
12.

High Throughput Expression-Based Phenotyping and RNAi Screening Reveals Novel Regulators of Planarian Stem Cells

Erik G. Schad
Northwestern University - Department of Molecular Biosciences
Christian Petersen
Northwestern University - Department of Molecular Biosciences
Posted: 26 Sep 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 5
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E-Cadherin/HMR-1 and PAR-3 Break Symmetry at Stable Cell Contacts in a Developing Epithelium

Victor Naturale
Stanford University - Department of Biology
Melissa Pickett
Stanford University - Department of Biology
Posted: 22 Sep 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 4
14.

Homeodomain Proteins Hierarchically Specify Neuronal Diversity and Synaptic Connectivity

Chundi Xu
University of Oregon - Institute of Neuroscience
Tyler B. Ramos
University of Oregon - Institute of Neuroscience
Posted: 23 Aug 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 5
15.

Meioc-Piwil1 Complexes Regulate Ribosome Biogenesis for the Differentiation of Germline Stem Cells

Toshihiro Kawasaki
National Institute of Genetics - Department of Gene Function and Phenomics
Toshiya Nishimura
Nagoya University - Department of Biological Science
Posted: 18 Aug 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 10
16.

ERF1 Inhibits Lateral Root Emergence by Regulating Local Auxin Accumulation and Auxin Signaling

Pingxia Zhao
University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) - MOE Key Laboratory for Membraneless Organelles and Cellular Dynamics
Jing Zhang
University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) - MOE Key Laboratory for Membraneless Organelles and Cellular Dynamics
Posted: 10 Aug 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 6
17.

Basal Mitophagy is Suppressed in Cellular Senescence and Mediates Senescence Phenotypes

George Kelly
Newcastle University - Biosciences Institute
Tetsushi Kataura
Newcastle University - Biosciences Institute
Posted: 13 Jul 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 36
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A Membrane Sensing Mechanism Couples Local Lipid Metabolism to Protein Degradation at the Inner Nuclear Membrane

Shoken Lee
Yale University - Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
Holly Merta
Yale University - Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
Posted: 13 Jul 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 6
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LYVE-1 + Macrophages Form a Collaborative CCR5-Dependent Perivascular Niche That Influences Chemotherapy Responses in Cancer

Joanne E. Anstee
King's College London - School of Cancer and Pharmaceutical Sciences
James W. Opzoomer
King's College London - School of Cancer and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Posted: 07 Jul 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 3
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Microtubule Detyrosination Drives Symmetry-Breaking to Polarize Cells for Directed Cell Migration

Kirstine Lavrsen
Danish Cancer Society Research Centre
Girish Rajendraprasad
Danish Cancer Society Research Centre
Posted: 07 Jul 2022
Publication Status: Review Complete
Downloads 11