Cover ImageCover: Image is a projected stack of images from a pupal stage Drosophila eye stained for DNA (blue), actin (red) and the junction marker -catenin (green). Individual ommatidia are visible at the top while neuronal projections exit the retina towards the optic lobe at the bottom. See article by H.-G. Lee et al. (pp. 277-285).Close Modal
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CELL SCIENCE AT A GLANCE
Understanding large multiprotein complexes: applying a multiple allosteric networks model to explain the function of the Mediator transcription complex
Rapid neurite outgrowth in neurosecretory cells and neurons is sustained by the exocytosis of a cytoplasmic organelle, the enlargeosome
Interaction with surrounding normal epithelial cells influences signalling pathways and behaviour of Src-transformed cells
Rab11-FIP3 links the Rab11 GTPase and cytoplasmic dynein to mediate transport to the endosomal-recycling compartment
Casein-kinase-II-dependent phosphorylation of PPARγ provokes CRM1-mediated shuttling of PPARγ from the nucleus to the cytosol
Functional interplay between LIS1, NDE1 and NDEL1 in dynein-dependent organelle positioning
Canonical Notch signaling in the developing lung is required for determination of arterial smooth muscle cells and selection of Clara versus ciliated cell fate
CDC6 interaction with ATR regulates activation of a replication checkpoint in higher eukaryotic cells
Identification of β-catenin as a target of the intracellular tyrosine kinase PTK6
Neuronal low-density lipoprotein receptor-related protein 1 binds and endocytoses prion fibrils via receptor cluster 4
Caspase-1 targets the TLR adaptor Mal at a crucial TIR-domain interaction site
E-cadherin-mediated survival of androgen-receptor-expressing secretory prostate epithelial cells derived from a stratified in vitro differentiation model
The cell adhesion molecule Roughest depends on βHeavy-spectrin during eye morphogenesis in Drosophila
Persistence of the cell-cycle checkpoint kinase Wee1 in SadA- and SadB-deficient neurons disrupts neuronal polarity
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DiSUMO-like DSUL is required for nuclei positioning, cell specification and viability during female gametophyte maturation in maize
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