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Study shows that a feed-forward signaling loop controls dorsal closure in flies.

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Haynes tracks the mitochondrial unfolded protein response and its ramifications for cellular health.




Arp2 phosphorylation by the kinase NIK increases the actin-nucleating activity of the Arp2/3 complex and is necessary for plasma membrane protrusion in response to EGF.

M6P-dependent transport routes are essential for B cell functions in vivo and humoral immunity in mouse and human.


During mitosis in human cells, separate mechanisms involving Aurora B and CENP-T promote anchoring of the microtubule- and checkpoint-receptor complex KMN at kinetochores.

pH-dependent receptor binding of specific cargo by the Erv41–Erv46 complex in Golgi compartments identifies escaped ER resident proteins that are then returned to the ER in COPI vesicles.

Salt bridges at the dynein–microtubule interface couple microtubule binding to ATPase activation and thereby control the directional movement of dynein

In Chlamydomonas cilia, IFT concentrates soluble tubulin by regulating IFT train occupancy and thereby promotes elongation of axonemal microtubules.

During Drosophila dorsal closure, DPP and JNK signaling form a feed-forward loop that controls the specification and differentiation of leading edge cells to ensure robust morphogenesis.


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