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Opening Basement Membrane Gaps During C. elegans Uterine-Vulval Attachment
The basement membrane (BM) is a highly conserved form of extracellular matrix that underlies or surrounds and supports most animal tissues. BMs are crossed by cells during various remodeling events in development, immune ...
Understanding the Organization, Location, and Interactions of Actin-based Structures During Drosophila Dorsal Closure
Epithelial sheet morphogenesis is characterized by dynamic tissue movements, resulting in the recognition and adhesion of cells to generate a seamless epithelium. Each step is mediated by carefully organized, cellular actin ...