• Filamin A and Big2: A shared endocytic pathway
  • The marriage of quantitative genetics and cell biology: A novel screening approach reveals people have genetically encoded variation in microtubule stability
  • Why does endocytosis in single cells care which side up?

Filamin A and Big2: A shared endocytic pathway

Volney L. Sheen

The marriage of quantitative genetics and cell biology: A novel screening approach reveals people have genetically encoded variation in microtubule stability

Dennis C Ko and Sarah L Jaslow

Why does endocytosis in single cells care which side up?

Kristine Schauer and Bruno Goud

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BioArchitecture

May/June 2014

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A sagittal section of an E11.5 mouse embryo stained with antibodies against nonmuscle myosin heavy chain II-B (NMHC II-B) shows ubiquitous expression of NMHC II-B in developing mouse embryos. Compared to the other two isoforms of NMHC II (NMHC II-A and II-C), NMHC II-B is enriched in developing mouse brains and hearts which is consistent with the major abnormalities observed in mice ablated for NMHC II-B. For more information see Ma et al., this issue.

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