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Papers associated with enah



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Filopodial protrusion driven by density-dependent Ena-TOCA-1 interactions., Blake TCA, Fox HM, Urbančič V, Ravishankar R, Wolowczyk A, Allgeyer ES, Mason J, Danuser G, Gallop JL., J Cell Sci. March 15, 2024; 137 (6):


Stochastic combinations of actin regulatory proteins are sufficient to drive filopodia formation., Dobramysl U, Jarsch IK, Inoue Y, Shimo H, Richier B, Gadsby JR, Mason J, Szałapak A, Ioannou PS, Correia GP, Walrant A, Butler R, Hannezo E, Simons BD, Gallop JL., J Cell Biol. April 5, 2021; 220 (4):                                       


Cell division cycle proteinising prognostic biomarker of breast cancer., Cheng L, Huang YZ, Chen WX, Shi L, Li Z, Zhang X, Dai XY, Wei JF, Ding Q., Biosci Rep. May 29, 2020; 40 (5):


Filopodyan: An open-source pipeline for the analysis of filopodia., Urbančič V, Butler R, Richier B, Peter M, Mason J, Livesey FJ, Holt CE, Gallop JL., J Cell Biol. October 2, 2017; 216 (10): 3405-3422.            


A thioredoxin fold protein Sh3bgr regulates Enah and is necessary for proper sarcomere formation., Jang DG, Sim HJ, Song EK, Medina-Ruiz S, Seo JK, Park TJ., Dev Biol. September 1, 2015; 405 (1): 1-9.                                    


Regulation of ECM degradation and axon guidance by growth cone invadosomes., Santiago-Medina M, Gregus KA, Nichol RH, O'Toole SM, Gomez TM., Development. February 1, 2015; 142 (3): 486-96.                        


Lamellipodin promotes actin assembly by clustering Ena/VASP proteins and tethering them to actin filaments., Hansen SD, Mullins RD., Elife. January 6, 2015; 4                         


Abl-1-bridged tyrosine phosphorylation of VASP by Abelson kinase impairs association of VASP to focal adhesions and regulates leukaemic cell adhesion., Maruoka M, Sato M, Yuan Y, Ichiba M, Fujii R, Ogawa T, Ishida-Kitagawa N, Takeya T, Watanabe N., Biochem J. February 1, 2012; 441 (3): 889-99.


The cytoskeleton-associated Ena/VASP proteins are unanticipated partners of the PMR1 mRNA endonuclease., Peng Y, Murray EL, Sarkar M, Liu X, Schoenberg DR., RNA. April 1, 2009; 15 (4): 576-87.


Enabled (Xena) regulates neural plate morphogenesis, apical constriction, and cellular adhesion required for neural tube closure in Xenopus., Roffers-Agarwal J, Xanthos JB, Kragtorp KA, Miller JR., Dev Biol. February 15, 2008; 314 (2): 393-403.            


Regulation of otic vesicle and hair cell stereocilia morphogenesis by Ena/VASP-like (Evl) in Xenopus., Wanner SJ, Miller JR., J Cell Sci. August 1, 2007; 120 (Pt 15): 2641-51.          


Ena/VASP function in retinal axons is required for terminal arborization but not pathway navigation., Dwivedy A, Gertler FB, Miller J, Holt CE, Lebrand C., Development. June 1, 2007; 134 (11): 2137-46.


Regulation of somitogenesis by Ena/VASP proteins and FAK during Xenopus development., Kragtorp KA, Miller JR., Development. February 1, 2006; 133 (4): 685-95.                  


Regulation of actin cytoskeleton architecture by Eps8 and Abi1., Roffers-Agarwal J, Xanthos JB, Miller JR., BMC Cell Biol. October 14, 2005; 6 36.                


Cloning and developmental expression of Xenopus Enabled (Xena)., Xanthos JB, Wanner SJ, Miller JR., Dev Dyn. June 1, 2005; 233 (2): 631-7.      


Molecular cloning and expression of Ena/Vasp-like (Evl) during Xenopus development., Wanner SJ, Danos MC, Lohr JL, Miller JR., Gene Expr Patterns. February 1, 2005; 5 (3): 423-8.  


Enhancement of the inhibitory activity of oatp antisense oligonucleotides by incorporation of 2'-O,4'-C-ethylene-bridged nucleic acids (ENA) without a loss of subtype selectivity., Takagi M, Morita K, Nakai D, Nakagomi R, Tokui T, Koizumi M., Biochemistry. April 20, 2004; 43 (15): 4501-10.


Motility determinants in WASP family proteins., Yarar D, D'Alessio JA, Jeng RL, Welch MD., Mol Biol Cell. November 1, 2002; 13 (11): 4045-59.


Initiation of eukaryotic DNA replication: origin unwinding and sequential chromatin association of Cdc45, RPA, and DNA polymerase alpha., Walter J, Newport J., Mol Cell. April 1, 2000; 5 (4): 617-27.


Movement of voltage sensor S4 in domain 4 is tightly coupled to sodium channel fast inactivation and gating charge immobilization., Kühn FJ, Greeff NG., J Gen Physiol. August 1, 1999; 114 (2): 167-83.                  


Axon guidance: A balance of signals sets axons on the right track., Gallo G, Letourneau PC., Curr Biol. July 1, 1999; 9 (13): R490-2.    


Altered ionic selectivity of the sodium channel revealed by cysteine mutations within the pore., Tsushima RG, Li RA, Backx PH., J Gen Physiol. April 1, 1997; 109 (4): 463-75.                


Sodium channels induced by depolarization of the Xenopus laevis oocyte., Baud C, Kado RT, Marcher K., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. May 1, 1982; 79 (10): 3188-92.


Re-evaluation of the 'contralateral' effects of sodium and potassium on sodium transport through toad skin., Isaacson LC., J Physiol. August 1, 1980; 305 467-83.


Resolution of parameters in the equivalent electrical circuit of the sodium transport mechanism across toad skin., Isaacson LC., J Membr Biol. January 28, 1977; 30 (4): 301-17.


Tetanic hyperpolarization of single medullated nerve fibers in sodium and lithium., Schoepfle GM., Am J Physiol. October 1, 1976; 231 (4): 1033-8.

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