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Gene regulation and morphogenesis

Dr Beatriz Estrada. UPO
Myogenesis, a model system to study tissue development
Dr Beatriz Estrada. UPO
Researcher associated to Dr Maria Dolores (Lola) Martín Bermudo. CSIC

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Five relevant publications

-Estrada, B y Sánchez-Herrero, E. The HOX gene Abdominal-B antagonizes appendage development in the genital disc of Drosophila. 2001. Development, 128, 331-339.


- Estrada B, Choe S.E., Gisselbrecht,  S.,  Michaud S.,  Raj L.,  Busser B., Halfon M.S., Church G.M. and Michelson A.M. An integrated strategy for analyzing the unique developmental programs of different myoblast subtypes. PLoS Genetics 2006.  Vol. 2, No. 2, e16.


- Estrada, B, Maeland, A.D., Gisselbrecht, S.S., Bloor, J.W., Brown, N.H., and Michelson, A.M. The MARVEL domain protein, Singles Bar, is required for progression past the pre-fusion complex stage of myoblast fusion. 2007. Developmental Biology, 307( 2007) 328-339.


- Estrada, B, Gisselbrecht, S. S., and Michelson, A.M. The transmembrane protein, Perdido, interacts with Grip and Integrins to mediate myotube projection and attachment in the Drosophila embryo. 2007. Development, 134, 4469-4478.


- Pérez-Moreno, JJ., Bischoff, M., Martín-Bermudo, MD., Estrada, B. The conserved transmembrane proteoglycan Perdido/Kon-tiki is essential for myofibrillogenesis and sarcomeric structure in Drosophila. 2014. Journal of Cell Science , 127, 3162-3173.


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