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Profile Publications(75)
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Publications By Roberto Mayor

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An optochemical tool for light-induced dissociation of adherens junctions to control mechanical coupling between cells., Ollech D, Pflästerer T, Shellard A, Zambarda C, Spatz JP, Marcq P, Mayor R, Wombacher R, Cavalcanti-Adam EA., Nat Commun. January 1, 2020; 11 (1): 472.                                  


In Vivo and In Vitro Quantitative Analysis of Neural Crest Cell Migration., Barriga EH, Shellard A, Mayor R., Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2019; 1976 135-152.


In vivo topology converts competition for cell-matrix adhesion into directional migration., Bajanca F, Gouignard N, Colle C, Parsons M, Mayor R, Theveneau E., Nat Commun. January 1, 2019; 10 (1): 1518.                    


Control of neural crest induction by MarvelD3-mediated attenuation of JNK signalling., Vacca B, Sanchez-Heras E, Steed E, Busson SL, Balda MS, Ohnuma SI, Sasai N, Mayor R, Matter K., Sci Rep. January 1, 2018; 8 (1): 1204.                              


Tissue stiffening coordinates morphogenesis by triggering collective cell migration in vivo., Barriga EH, Franze K, Charras G, Mayor R., Nature. January 1, 2018; 554 (7693): 523-527.


Characterization of Pax3 and Sox10 transgenic Xenopus laevis embryos as tools to study neural crest development., Alkobtawi M, Ray H, Barriga EH, Moreno M, Kerney R, Monsoro-Burq AH, Saint-Jeannet JP, Mayor R., Dev Biol. January 1, 2018; 444 Suppl 1 S202-S208.            


Redistribution of Adhesive Forces through Src/FAK Drives Contact Inhibition of Locomotion in Neural Crest., Roycroft A, Szabó A, Bahm I, Daly L, Charras G, Parsons M, Mayor R., Dev Cell. January 1, 2018; 45 (5): 565-579.e3.                        


Supracellular contraction at the rear of neural crest cell groups drives collective chemotaxis., Shellard A, Szabó A, Trepat X, Mayor R., Science. January 1, 2018; 362 (6412): 339-343.


The Ric-8A/Gα13/FAK signalling cascade controls focal adhesion formation during neural crest cell migration in Xenopus., Toro-Tapia G, Villaseca S, Beyer A, Roycroft A, Marcellini S, Mayor R, Torrejón M., Development. January 1, 2018; 145 (22):                               


Gap junction protein Connexin-43 is a direct transcriptional regulator of N-cadherin in vivo., Kotini M, Barriga EH, Leslie J, Gentzel M, Rauschenberger V, Schambony A, Mayor R., Nat Commun. January 1, 2018; 9 (1): 3846.


PDGF controls contact inhibition of locomotion by regulating N-cadherin during neural crest migration., Bahm I, Barriga EH, Frolov A, Theveneau E, Frankel P, Mayor R., Development. January 1, 2017; 144 (13): 2456-2468.                  


MarvelD3 regulates the c-Jun N-terminal kinase pathway during eye development in Xenopus., Vacca B, Sanchez-Heras E, Steed E, Balda MS, Ohnuma SI, Sasai N, Mayor R, Matter K., Biol Open. November 15, 2016; 5 (11): 1631-1641.                          


Ca2+/H+ exchange by acidic organelles regulates cell migration in vivo., Melchionda M, Pittman JK, Mayor R, Patel S., J Cell Biol. March 28, 2016; 212 (7): 803-13.            


Delamination of neural crest cells requires transient and reversible Wnt inhibition mediated by Dact1/2., Rabadán MA, Herrera A, Fanlo L, Usieto S, Carmona-Fontaine C, Barriga EH, Mayor R, Pons S, Martí E., Development. January 1, 2016; 143 (12): 2194-205.          


In vivo confinement promotes collective migration of neural crest cells., Szabó A, Melchionda M, Nastasi G, Woods ML, Campo S, Perris R, Mayor R., J Cell Biol. January 1, 2016; 213 (5): 543-55.                


The Molecular Basis of Radial Intercalation during Tissue Spreading in Early Development., Szabó A, Cobo I, Omara S, McLachlan S, Keller R, Mayor R., Dev Cell. January 1, 2016; 37 (3): 213-25.                                                  


Cadherin Switch during EMT in Neural Crest Cells Leads to Contact Inhibition of Locomotion via Repolarization of Forces., Scarpa E, Szabó A, Bibonne A, Theveneau E, Parsons M, Mayor R., Dev Cell. August 24, 2015; 34 (4): 421-34.                                            


Forcing contact inhibition of locomotion., Roycroft A, Mayor R., Trends Cell Biol. July 1, 2015; 25 (7): 373-5.  


Animal models for studying neural crest development: is the mouse different?, Barriga EH, Trainor PA, Bronner M, Mayor R., Development. May 1, 2015; 142 (9): 1555-60.


In vivo collective cell migration requires an LPAR2-dependent increase in tissue fluidity., Kuriyama S, Theveneau E, Benedetto A, Parsons M, Tanaka M, Charras G, Kabla A, Mayor R., J Cell Biol. July 7, 2014; 206 (1): 113-27.                                


Directional collective cell migration emerges as a property of cell interactions., Woods ML, Carmona-Fontaine C, Barnes CP, Couzin ID, Mayor R, Page KM., PLoS One. January 1, 2014; 9 (9): e104969.          


Par3 controls neural crest migration by promoting microtubule catastrophe during contact inhibition of locomotion., Moore R, Theveneau E, Pozzi S, Alexandre P, Richardson J, Merks A, Parsons M, Kashef J, Linker C, Mayor R., Development. December 1, 2013; 140 (23): 4763-75.                                  


Lamellipodin and the Scar/WAVE complex cooperate to promote cell migration in vivo., Law AL, Vehlow A, Kotini M, Dodgson L, Soong D, Theveneau E, Bodo C, Taylor E, Navarro C, Perera U, Michael M, Dunn GA, Bennett D, Mayor R, Krause M., J Cell Biol. November 25, 2013; 203 (4): 673-89.                    


Ric-8A, a guanine nucleotide exchange factor for heterotrimeric G proteins, is critical for cranial neural crest cell migration., Fuentealba J, Toro-Tapia G, Arriagada C, Riquelme L, Beyer A, Henriquez JP, Caprile T, Mayor R, Marcellini S, Hinrichs MV, Olate J, Torrejón M., Dev Biol. June 15, 2013; 378 (2): 74-82.          


The neural crest., Mayor R, Theveneau E., Development. June 1, 2013; 140 (11): 2247-51.  


The hypoxia factor Hif-1α controls neural crest chemotaxis and epithelial to mesenchymal transition., Barriga EH, Maxwell PH, Reyes AE, Mayor R., J Cell Biol. May 27, 2013; 201 (5): 759-76.                  


Cadherin-11 mediates contact inhibition of locomotion during Xenopus neural crest cell migration., Becker SF, Mayor R, Kashef J., PLoS One. January 1, 2013; 8 (12): e85717.      


Mutual repression between Gbx2 and Otx2 in sensory placodes reveals a general mechanism for ectodermal patterning., Steventon B, Mayor R, Streit A., Dev Biol. July 1, 2012; 367 (1): 55-65.                


Neural crest delamination and migration: from epithelium-to-mesenchyme transition to collective cell migration., Theveneau E, Mayor R., Dev Biol. June 1, 2012; 366 (1): 34-54.


Early neural crest induction requires an initial inhibition of Wnt signals., Steventon B, Mayor R., Dev Biol. May 1, 2012; 365 (1): 196-207.              


Complement fragment C3a controls mutual cell attraction during collective cell migration., Carmona-Fontaine C, Theveneau E, Tzekou A, Tada M, Woods M, Page KM, Parsons M, Lambris JD, Mayor R., Dev Cell. December 13, 2011; 21 (6): 1026-37.                


Beads on the run: beads as alternative tools for chemotaxis assays., Theveneau E, Mayor R., Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2011; 769 449-60.


Collective chemotaxis requires contact-dependent cell polarity., Theveneau E, Marchant L, Kuriyama S, Gull M, Moepps B, Parsons M, Mayor R., Dev Cell. July 20, 2010; 19 (1): 39-53.                


The posteriorizing gene Gbx2 is a direct target of Wnt signalling and the earliest factor in neural crest induction., Li B, Kuriyama S, Moreno M, Mayor R., Development. October 1, 2009; 136 (19): 3267-78.            


Cadherin-11 regulates protrusive activity in Xenopus cranial neural crest cells upstream of Trio and the small GTPases., Kashef J, Köhler A, Kuriyama S, Alfandari D, Mayor R, Wedlich D., Genes Dev. June 15, 2009; 23 (12): 1393-8.        


Cell communication with the neural plate is required for induction of neural markers by BMP inhibition: evidence for homeogenetic induction and implications for Xenopus animal cap and chick explant assays., Linker C, De Almeida I, Papanayotou C, Stower M, Sabado V, Ghorani E, Streit A, Mayor R, Stern CD., Dev Biol. March 15, 2009; 327 (2): 478-86.      


Differential requirements of BMP and Wnt signalling during gastrulation and neurulation define two steps in neural crest induction., Steventon B, Araya C, Linker C, Kuriyama S, Mayor R., Development. March 1, 2009; 136 (5): 771-9.        


A role for Syndecan-4 in neural induction involving ERK- and PKC-dependent pathways., Kuriyama S, Mayor R., Development. February 1, 2009; 136 (4): 575-84.                    


Contact inhibition of locomotion in vivo controls neural crest directional migration., Carmona-Fontaine C, Matthews HK, Kuriyama S, Moreno M, Dunn GA, Parsons M, Stern CD, Mayor R., Nature. December 18, 2008; 456 (7224): 957-61.      


Wnt11r is required for cranial neural crest migration., Matthews HK, Broders-Bondon F, Thiery JP, Mayor R., Dev Dyn. November 1, 2008; 237 (11): 3404-9.    


A new role for the Endothelin-1/Endothelin-A receptor signaling during early neural crest specification., Bonano M, Tríbulo C, De Calisto J, Marchant L, Sánchez SS, Mayor R, Aybar MJ., Dev Biol. November 1, 2008; 323 (1): 114-29.                          


Directional migration of neural crest cells in vivo is regulated by Syndecan-4/Rac1 and non-canonical Wnt signaling/RhoA., Matthews HK, Marchant L, Carmona-Fontaine C, Kuriyama S, Larraín J, Holt MR, Parsons M, Mayor R., Development. May 1, 2008; 135 (10): 1771-80.                    


Molecular analysis of neural crest migration., Kuriyama S, Mayor R., Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. April 12, 2008; 363 (1495): 1349-62.


Galphaq negatively regulates the Wnt-beta-catenin pathway and dorsal embryonic Xenopus laevis development., Soto X, Mayor R, Torrejón M, Montecino M, Hinrichs MV, Olate J., J Cell Physiol. February 1, 2008; 214 (2): 483-90.


Kremen is required for neural crest induction in Xenopus and promotes LRP6-mediated Wnt signaling., Hassler C, Cruciat CM, Huang YL, Kuriyama S, Mayor R, Niehrs C., Development. December 1, 2007; 134 (23): 4255-63.      


Neural crests are actively precluded from the anterior neural fold by a novel inhibitory mechanism dependent on Dickkopf1 secreted by the prechordal mesoderm., Carmona-Fontaine C, Acuña G, Ellwanger K, Niehrs C, Mayor R., Dev Biol. September 15, 2007; 309 (2): 208-21.              


Regulation of XSnail2 expression by Rho GTPases., Broders-Bondon F, Chesneau A, Romero-Oliva F, Mazabraud A, Mayor R, Thiery JP., Dev Dyn. September 1, 2007; 236 (9): 2555-66.    


Essential role of non-canonical Wnt signalling in neural crest migration., De Calisto J, Araya C, Marchant L, Riaz CF, Mayor R., Development. June 1, 2005; 132 (11): 2587-97.              


A balance between the anti-apoptotic activity of Slug and the apoptotic activity of msx1 is required for the proper development of the neural crest., Tríbulo C, Aybar MJ, Sánchez SS, Mayor R., Dev Biol. November 15, 2004; 275 (2): 325-42.


Xenopus paraxis homologue shows novel domains of expression., Carpio R, Honoré SM, Araya C, Mayor R., Dev Dyn. November 1, 2004; 231 (3): 609-13.        

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