Daniel St Johnston

University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"Daniel St Johnston"
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Catia A Carvalho grad student
Hernán López-Schier grad student Helmholtz Zentrum München (Neurotree)
Joshua M Shulman grad student
Jean Rene Huynh grad student 1998-2002 Cambridge
Richard Benton grad student 1999-2003
Eurico Morais-de-Sá grad student 2005-2010 Gurdon Institute
Tessa G Montague grad student 2010-2011 Cambridge (Neurotree)
Avik Mukherjee grad student 2012-2017
Samarpita Sen grad student 2021-2025 Cambridge
Dan T. Bergstralh post-doc
Acaimo Gonzalez-Reyes post-doc Cambridge
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St Johnston D. (2023) Polarity and axis formation in the Drosophila female germ line. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 154: 73-97
Chen J, St Johnston D. (2022) Epithelial Cell Polarity During Midgut Development. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. 10: 886773
Buckley CE, St Johnston D. (2022) Apical-basal polarity and the control of epithelial form and function. Nature Reviews. Molecular Cell Biology
Doerflinger H, Zimyanin V, St Johnston D. (2021) The Drosophila anterior-posterior axis is polarized by asymmetric myosin activation. Current Biology : Cb
Fic W, Bastock R, Raimondi F, et al. (2021) RhoGAP19D inhibits Cdc42 laterally to control epithelial cell shape and prevent invasion. The Journal of Cell Biology. 220
Lovegrove HE, Bergstralh DT, St Johnston D. (2019) The role of integrins in egg chamber morphogenesis. Development (Cambridge, England). 146
Chen J, Sayadian AC, Lowe N, et al. (2018) An alternative mode of epithelial polarity in the Drosophila midgut. Plos Biology. 16: e3000041
Nieuwburg R, Nashchekin D, Jakobs M, et al. (2017) Localised dynactin protects growing microtubules to deliver oskar mRNA to the posterior cortex of the Drosophila oocyte. Elife. 6
Rodriguez J, Peglion F, Martin J, et al. (2017) aPKC Cycles between Functionally Distinct PAR Protein Assemblies to Drive Cell Polarity. Developmental Cell
Bergstralh DT, Dawney NS, St Johnston D. (2017) Spindle orientation: a question of complex positioning. Development (Cambridge, England). 144: 1137-1145
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