Keith E. Mostov spends much of his time researching Cell biology, Cell polarity, Endocytosis, Epithelial polarity and Secretory component. His work on Cell signaling as part of general Cell biology study is frequently linked to Lumen, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Cell polarity study incorporates themes from Epithelium, Exocyst, Cdc42 GTP-Binding Protein, Syntaxin 3 and Cell membrane.
As part of the same scientific family, Keith E. Mostov usually focuses on Endocytosis, concentrating on Endosome and intersecting with Apical recycling endosome. His Secretory component research also works with subjects such as
Keith E. Mostov focuses on Cell biology, Cell polarity, Polymeric immunoglobulin receptor, Transcytosis and Epithelial polarity. His work is dedicated to discovering how Cell biology, Cell culture are connected with Hepatocyte growth factor and other disciplines. His work carried out in the field of Cell polarity brings together such families of science as Apical membrane, Extracellular matrix, Tight junction and Cell membrane.
His study on Polymeric immunoglobulin receptor also encompasses disciplines like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell biology, Cell polarity, Morphogenesis, Epithelial polarity and Epithelium. His work in the fields of Extracellular matrix overlaps with other areas such as Lumen. Within one scientific family, Keith E. Mostov focuses on topics pertaining to Cell membrane under Cell polarity, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Transcytosis.
His research integrates issues of Cell migration, Cellular differentiation, Extracellular, Body Patterning and Cell division in his study of Morphogenesis. His research investigates the connection between Epithelial polarity and topics such as Phosphatidylinositol that intersect with issues in Membrane protein. As a part of the same scientific study, Keith E. Mostov usually deals with the Apical membrane, concentrating on Vesicle and frequently concerns with Endosome.
His primary areas of study are Cell biology, Cell polarity, Epithelial polarity, Apical membrane and Morphogenesis. Keith E. Mostov incorporates Cell biology and Lumen in his studies. The concepts of his Cell polarity study are interwoven with issues in Cell signaling, GTPase, Cdc42 GTP-Binding Protein, Vesicle and Extracellular matrix.
His studies deal with areas such as Cellular polarity, Phosphatidylinositol and Cell junction as well as Epithelial polarity. In his study, Effector, Vesicular transport protein and Exocyst is inextricably linked to Rab, which falls within the broad field of Apical membrane. His Cell membrane research focuses on subjects like Transcytosis, which are linked to Ezrin, Polymeric immunoglobulin receptor, RAB11A and MAPK/ERK pathway.
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From cells to organs: building polarized tissue
David M. Bryant;Keith E. Mostov.
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology (2008)
Generation and assembly of secretory antibodies in plants.
J. K.-C. Ma;A. Hiatt;M. Hein;N. D. Vine.
An Fc receptor structurally related to MHC class I antigens.
Neil E. Simister;Keith E. Mostov.
PTEN-Mediated Apical Segregation of Phosphoinositides Controls Epithelial Morphogenesis through Cdc42
Fernando Martin-Belmonte;Ama Gassama;Anirban Datta;Wei Yu.
A dual PI3 kinase/mTOR inhibitor reveals emergent efficacy in glioma
Qi-Wen Fan;Zachary A. Knight;David D. Goldenberg;Wei Yu.
Cancer Cell (2006)
Building epithelial architecture: insights from three-dimensional culture models
Lucy Erin O'Brien;Mirjam M. P. Zegers;Keith E. Mostov.
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology (2002)
Transepithelial transport of immunoglobulins.
Keith E. Mostov.
Annual Review of Immunology (1994)
The receptor for transepithelial transport of IgA and IgM contains multiple immunoglobulin-like domains
Keith E. Mostov;Martin Friedlander;Günter Blobel.
A molecular network for de novo generation of the apical surface and lumen
David M. Bryant;Anirban Datta;Alejo E. Rodríguez-Fraticelli;Johan Peränen.
Nature Cell Biology (2010)
The Polymeric Immunoglobulin Receptor Translocates Pneumococci across Human Nasopharyngeal Epithelial Cells
Jing-Ren Zhang;Keith E Mostov;Michael E Lamm;Masanobu Nanno.
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