Terry Lechler

Cell Biology, Dermatology Duke University, Durham, NC 
Cell Biology, Development, Epithelia
"Terry Lechler"


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Elaine Fuchs grad student
Rong Li grad student 2001 Harvard
 (Generation and polarization of the yeast actin cytoskeleton.)


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Kaelyn D. Sumigray grad student 2011 Duke
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Park J, Levic DS, Sumigray KD, et al. (2019) Lysosome-Rich Enterocytes Mediate Protein Absorption in the Vertebrate Gut. Developmental Cell
Sumigray KD, Terwilliger M, Lechler T. (2018) Morphogenesis and Compartmentalization of the Intestinal Crypt. Developmental Cell. 45: 183-197.e5
Seldin L, Muroyama A, Lechler T. (2016) NuMA-microtubule interactions are critical for spindle orientation and the morphogenesis of diverse epidermal structures. Elife. 5
Morrow A, Lechler T. (2015) Studying cell biology in the skin. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 26: 4183-6
Zhou K, Sumigray KD, Lechler T. (2015) The Arp2/3 complex has essential roles in vesicle trafficking and transcytosis in the mammalian small intestine. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 26: 1995-2004
Sumigray KD, Lechler T. (2015) Cell adhesion in epidermal development and barrier formation. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 112: 383-414
Sumigray K, Zhou K, Lechler T. (2014) Cell-cell adhesions and cell contractility are upregulated upon desmosome disruption. Plos One. 9: e101824
Huebner RJ, Lechler T, Ewald AJ. (2014) Developmental stratification of the mammary epithelium occurs through symmetry-breaking vertical divisions of apically positioned luminal cells. Development (Cambridge, England). 141: 1085-94
Seldin L, Poulson ND, Foote HP, et al. (2013) NuMA localization, stability, and function in spindle orientation involve 4.1 and Cdk1 interactions. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 24: 3651-62
Zhou K, Muroyama A, Underwood J, et al. (2013) Actin-related protein2/3 complex regulates tight junctions and terminal differentiation to promote epidermal barrier formation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: E3820-9
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