Gines Morata

Autonomous University of Madrid, Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain 
cell competition, apoptosis, carcinogenesis
"Gines Morata"
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Garcia-Arias JM, Pinal N, Cristobal-Vargas S, et al. (2023) Lack of apoptosis leads to cellular senescence and tumorigenesis in Drosophila epithelial cells. Cell Death Discovery. 9: 281
Morata G, Lawrence P. (2022) An exciting period of Drosophila developmental biology: Of imaginal discs, clones, compartments, parasegments and homeotic genes". Developmental Biology. 484: 12-21
Iida C, Ohsawa S, Taniguchi K, et al. (2019) JNK-mediated Slit-Robo signaling facilitates epithelial wound repair by extruding dying cells. Scientific Reports. 9: 19549
Morata G, Calleja M. (2019) Cell competition and tumorigenesis in the imaginal discs of Drosophila. Seminars in Cancer Biology
Lawrence PA, Casal J, Celis JF, et al. (2019) A refutation to 'A new A-P compartment boundary and organizer in holometabolous insect wings'. Scientific Reports. 9: 7049
Pinal N, Calleja M, Morata G. (2019) Pro-apoptotic and pro-proliferation functions of the JNK pathway of Drosophila: roles in cell competition, tumorigenesis and regeneration. Open Biology. 9: 180256
Martín R, Morata G. (2018) Regenerative response of different regions of Drosophila imaginal discs. The International Journal of Developmental Biology. 62: 507-512
Pinal N, Martín M, Medina I, et al. (2018) Short-term activation of the Jun N-terminal kinase pathway in apoptosis-deficient cells of Drosophila induces tumorigenesis. Nature Communications. 9: 1541
Martín R, Pinal N, Morata G. (2017) Distinct regenerative potential of trunk and appendages of Drosophila mediated by JNK signalling. Development (Cambridge, England)
Montes AJ, Morata G. (2017) Homeostatic response to blocking cell division in Drosophila imaginal discs: Role of the Fat/Dachsous (Ft/Ds) pathway. Developmental Biology
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