Ana Carmena

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Keder A, Rives-Quinto N, Aerne BL, et al. (2015) The Hippo Pathway Core Cassette Regulates Asymmetric Cell Division. Current Biology : Cb. 25: 2739-50
Keder A, Carmena A. (2013) Cytoplasmic protein motility and polarized sorting during asymmetric cell division. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Developmental Biology. 2: 797-808
Pérez-Gómez R, Slováková J, Rives-Quinto N, et al. (2013) A Serrate-Notch-Canoe complex mediates essential interactions between glia and neuroepithelial cells during Drosophila optic lobe development. Journal of Cell Science. 126: 4873-84
Slováková J, Speicher S, Sánchez-Soriano N, et al. (2012) The actin-binding protein Canoe/AF-6 forms a complex with Robo and is required for Slit-Robo signaling during axon pathfinding at the CNS midline. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 32: 10035-44
Carmena A. (2012) A big new job for small GTPases. Small Gtpases. 3: 159-62
Carmena A, Makarova A, Speicher S. (2011) The Rap1-Rgl-Ral signaling network regulates neuroblast cortical polarity and spindle orientation. The Journal of Cell Biology. 195: 553-62
Slováková J, Carmena A. (2011) Canoe functions at the CNS midline glia in a complex with Shotgun and Wrapper-Nrx-IV during neuron-glia interactions. Development (Cambridge, England). 138: 1563-71
Carmena A. (2009) Approaching Drosophila development through proteomic tools and databases: At the hub of the post-genomic era. Mechanisms of Development. 126: 761-70
Carmena A. (2008) Signaling networks during development: the case of asymmetric cell division in the Drosophila nervous system. Developmental Biology. 321: 1-17
Speicher S, Fischer A, Knoblich J, et al. (2008) The PDZ protein Canoe regulates the asymmetric division of Drosophila neuroblasts and muscle progenitors. Current Biology : Cb. 18: 831-7
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