Anatomy and Cell Biology

  • New Department Publications 

    Jessie Riordan

    PLOSGENTICS
    Identification of Rtl1, a Retrotransposon-Derived Imprinted Gene, as a Novel Driver of Hepatocarcinogenesis

    Jessie Riordan

     
      Li Wang

    Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility
    Characterizations of myosin essential light chain's N-terminal truncation mutant Δ43 in transgenic mouse papillary muscles by using tension transients in response to sinusoidal length alterations.
    Li Wang

     
      Xiao Li

    PLOS
    Dact2 Represses PITX2 Transcriptional Activation and Cell Proliferation through Wnt/beta-Catenin Signaling during Odontogenesis
    Xiao Li

     
      Marc Pizzementi

    Foot & Ankle International
    Vascular Disruption of the Talus: Comparison of Two Approaches for Triple Arthrodesis
    Dr. Marc Pizzimenti

     
      Jae-Joon Jung

    The American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology
    The myosin motor Myo1c is required for VEGFR2 delivery to the cell surface and for angiogenic signaling
    Jae-Joon Jung

     
      Laura Rodgers

    Journal of Investigative Dermatology
    Ectopic Expression of Zmiz1 Induces Cutaneous Squamous Cell Malignancies in a Mouse Model of Cancer 
    Laura Rodgers and Dr. Adam Dupuy

     
     Justin Sipla

    PLOS
    Turning Semicircular Canal Function on Its Head: Dinosaurs and a Novel Vestibular Analysis
    Dr. Justin Sipla

     
     Laura Rodgers

    The Journal of Immunology
    Adaptive Immunity Does Not Strongly Suppress Spontaneous Tumors in a Sleeping Beauty Model of Cancer
    Laura Rodgers and Dr. Adam Dupuy

     
     Martin Cassell

    Cerebrovascular Diseases
    Dimensions of Subcortical Infarcts Associated with First- to Third-Order Branches of the Basal Ganglia Arteries
    Dr. Martin Cassell

     
     Masataka Kawai

    Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility
    Characterizations of myosin essential light chain's N-terminal truncation mutant Δ43 in transgenic mouse papillary muscles by using tension transients in response to sinusoidal length alterations.
    Li Wang and Dr. Masataka Kawai

     
      Martin Cassell

    Hypertension
    Angiotensin Type 1a Receptors in the Subfornical Organ Are Required for Deoxycorticosterone Acetate-Salt Hypertension
    Dr. Martin Cassell