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Profile Publications (10)

Publications By David R Shook

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Characterization of convergent thickening, a major convergence force producing morphogenic movement in amphibians., Shook DR, Wen JWH, Rolo A, O'Hanlon M, Francica B, Dobbins D, Skoglund P, DeSimone DW, Winklbauer R, Keller RE., Elife. April 11, 2022; 11                                     

Large, long range tensile forces drive convergence during Xenopus blastopore closure and body axis elongation., Shook DR, Kasprowicz EM, Davidson LA, Keller R., Elife. March 13, 2018; 7                           

Molecular model for force production and transmission during vertebrate gastrulation., Pfister K, Shook DR, Chang C, Keller R, Skoglund P., Development. February 15, 2016; 143 (4): 715-27.              

Mechanical strain determines the axis of planar polarity in ciliated epithelia., Chien YH, Keller R, Kintner C, Shook DR., Curr Biol. November 2, 2015; 25 (21): 2774-2784.              

Dynamic determinations: patterning the cell behaviours that close the amphibian blastopore., Keller R, Shook D., Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. April 12, 2008; 363 (1495): 1317-32.

The forces that shape embryos: physical aspects of convergent extension by cell intercalation., Keller R, Shook D, Skoglund P., Phys Biol. April 10, 2008; 5 (1): 015007.

Pattern and morphogenesis of presumptive superficial mesoderm in two closely related species, Xenopus laevis and Xenopus tropicalis., Shook DR, Majer C, Keller R., Dev Biol. June 1, 2004; 270 (1): 163-85.

Mechanisms, mechanics and function of epithelial-mesenchymal transitions in early development., Shook D, Keller R., Mech Dev. November 1, 2003; 120 (11): 1351-83.

How we are shaped: the biomechanics of gastrulation., Keller R, Davidson LA, Shook DR., Differentiation. April 1, 2003; 71 (3): 171-205.

Evidence that the deep keratin filament systems of the Xenopus embryo act to ensure normal gastrulation., Klymkowsky MW, Shook DR, Maynell LA., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. September 15, 1992; 89 (18): 8736-40.

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