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C.elegans tm597 , tm494 The WAVE/SCAR complex promotes polarized cell movements and actin enrichment in epithelia during C. elegans embryogenesis.
Pathogenic microorganisms C. jejuni? Role of microfilaments and microtubules in the invasion of INT-407 cells by Campylobacter jejuni.
Drosophila The behaviour of Drosophila adult hindgut stem cells is controlled by Wnt and Hh signalling.
Drosophila white (w)[1118] , roughoid (ru)[1] hairy (h)[1] scarlet (st)[1] rosy (ry)[506] ebony (e)[1] , and sepia (se)[1] spineless (ss)[1] kidney (k)[1] e[s] rough (ro)[1] (DGRC#150534 , DGRC#105729 , and DGRC#105998) Class I myosins have overlapping and specialized functions in left-right asymmetric development in Drosophila.
C.elegans tm1125 , tm246 , tm2253 , tm920 , tm2504 , tm592 , tm246 , tm1892 Caenorhabditis elegans HOPS and CCZ-1 mediate trafficking to lysosome-related organelles independently of RAB-7 and SAND-1.
C.elegans tm1425 , tm2716 , tm2645 A role for the centrosome and PAR-3 in the hand-off of MTOC function during epithelial polarization.
C.elegans tm2010 , tm2716 , tm1425 PAR-3 mediates the initial clustering and apical localization of junction and polarity proteins during C. elegans intestinal epithelial cell polarization.
C.elegans tm1422 Intestinal tube formation in Caenorhabditis elegans requires vang-1 and egl-15 signaling.
Drosophila Origin and dynamic lineage characteristics of the developing Drosophila midgut stem cells.
Drosophila the Drosophila Genetic Resource Center at Kyoto Institute of Technology for flies Chirality in planar cell shape contributes to left-right asymmetric epithelial morphogenesis.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Tg[MiCiTnIG]2 , Tg[MiCiTnIG]3 , Tg[MiCiNutG]3 , Tg[MiCiNutK]4 , Tg[MiCiNutK]8 , EJ[MiTSAdTPOG]75 , EJ[MiTSAdTPOG]87 , EJ[MiTSAdTPOG]101 , Wild C. int Germ cell regeneration-mediated, enhanced mutagenesis in the ascidian Ciona intestinalis reveals flexible germ cell formation from different somatic cells.