John B. Wallingford mainly focuses on Cell biology, Cell polarity, Convergent extension, Xenopus and Dishevelled. John B. Wallingford regularly ties together related areas like Cell in his Cell biology studies. While the research belongs to areas of Cell polarity, he spends his time largely on the problem of Cilium, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Transport protein, Basal body and Cell division.
His Convergent extension research integrates issues from Neurulation, Neural tube, Morphogenesis and Anatomy. His Xenopus research is classified as research in Genetics. His Dishevelled study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Gastrulation, Neural plate, Drosophila Protein and Cell fate determination.
John B. Wallingford mainly focuses on Cell biology, Xenopus, Cilium, Convergent extension and Genetics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Morphogenesis and Cell polarity in addition to Cell biology. His Xenopus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cell, Gene expression, Neural tube, Embryo and Cell fate determination.
His Cilium research includes elements of Cytoplasm, Ciliopathy, Basal body and Intraflagellar transport. His Convergent extension research incorporates elements of Biophysics, Axis elongation and Vertebrate. His Gastrulation study deals with Anatomy intersecting with Neuroscience.
John B. Wallingford mainly investigates Cell biology, Convergent extension, Cilium, Xenopus and Morphogenesis. He interconnects Transcriptome and Inner dynein arm in the investigation of issues within Cell biology. His work deals with themes such as Vertebrate and Developmental cell, which intersect with Convergent extension.
His work in the fields of Cilium, such as Ciliogenesis, intersects with other areas such as Protein turnover. John B. Wallingford frequently studies issues relating to Neural tube and Xenopus. His Morphogenesis research includes themes of Motor protein, Kinesin, Microtubule, Phenotype and Cell division.
John B. Wallingford spends much of his time researching Vertebrate, Cell biology, Extramural, Computational biology and Biophysics. John B. Wallingford combines topics linked to Convergent extension with his work on Vertebrate. He combines subjects such as Neural tube, Contraction, Transcellular and Central nervous system with his study of Convergent extension.
All of his Cell biology and Cilium and Lumen investigations are sub-components of the entire Cell biology study. His work on Systems biology as part of general Computational biology research is frequently linked to Compendium and User interface, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. John B. Wallingford has included themes like Axis elongation, Morphogenesis and Cadherin in his Biophysics study.
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Dishevelled controls cell polarity during Xenopus gastrulation
John B. Wallingford;Brian A. Rowning;Kevin M. Vogeli;Ute Rothbächer.
Convergent Extension: The Molecular Control of Polarized Cell Movement during Embryonic Development
John B Wallingford;Scott E Fraser;Richard M Harland.
Developmental Cell (2002)
Genome evolution in the allotetraploid frog Xenopus laevis
Adam M. Session;Adam M. Session;Yoshinobu Uno;Taejoon Kwon;Taejoon Kwon;Jarrod A. Chapman.
The developmental biology of Dishevelled: an enigmatic protein governing cell fate and cell polarity.
John B. Wallingford;Raymond Habas.
Dishevelled controls apical docking and planar polarization of basal bodies in ciliated epithelial cells.
Tae Joo Park;Brian J Mitchell;Philip B Abitua;Chris Kintner.
Nature Genetics (2008)
Panorama of ancient metazoan macromolecular complexes
Cuihong Wan;Cuihong Wan;Blake Borgeson;Sadhna Phanse;Fan Tu.
Ciliogenesis defects in embryos lacking inturned or fuzzy function are associated with failure of planar cell polarity and Hedgehog signaling
Tae Joo Park;Saori L Haigo;John B Wallingford.
Nature Genetics (2006)
The Continuing Challenge of Understanding, Preventing, and Treating Neural Tube Defects
John B. Wallingford;Lee A. Niswander;Gary M. Shaw;Richard H. Finnell.
Dishevelled genes mediate a conserved mammalian PCP pathway to regulate convergent extension during neurulation.
Jianbo Wang;Natasha S. Hamblet;Sharayne Mark;Mary E. Dickinson.
Wnt9b signaling regulates planar cell polarity and kidney tubule morphogenesis
Courtney M. Karner;Rani Chirumamilla;Shigehisa Aoki;Shigehisa Aoki;Peter Igarashi.
Nature Genetics (2009)
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