Publications

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Dividing epithelial cells demonstrate a surprisingly dynamic relationship with the tissue layer. This time course shows a new cell, born without an obvious connection to the basement membrane (bottom of the tissue), reintegrating into the Drosophila follicular epithelium. The other product of division is not seen in this plane of focus.

Dividing epithelial cells demonstrate a surprisingly dynamic relationship with the tissue layer. This time course shows a new cell, born without an obvious connection to the basement membrane (bottom of the tissue), reintegrating into the Drosophila follicular epithelium. The other product of division is not seen in this plane of focus.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected Publications:

Dan T. Bergstralh, Nicole S. Dawney, Daniel St Johnston. Spindle orientation; a question of complex positioning (2017) Development

Dan T. Bergstralh, Holly E. Lovegrove, Izabela Kujawiak, Nicole S. Dawney, Jinwei Zhu, Samantha Cooper, Rongguang Zhang, Daniel St Johnston. Highlighted ArticlePins is not required for spindle orientation in the Drosophila wing disc. (2016) Development

Dan T. Bergstralh*, Holly E. Lovegrove*, Daniel St Johnston. Lateral adhesion drives reintegration of misplaced cells into epithelial monolayers. (2015) Nature Cell Biology

Dan T. Bergstralh, Daniel St Johnston. Spindle orientation: What if it goes wrong? (2014) Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology

Timm Haack*, Dan T. Bergstralh*, Daniel St Johnston. Damage to the Drosophila follicle cell epithelium produces “false clones” with apparent polarity phenotypes. (2013) Biology Open

Dan T. Bergstralh, Timm Haack, Daniel St Johnston. Epithelial polarity and spindle orientation: intersecting pathways (2013) Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Lond B Biol Sci.

Dan T. Bergstralh, Holly E. Lovegrove & Daniel St Johnston. Discs large links spindle orientation to apical-basal polarity in Drosophila epithelia. (2013) Current Biology

Dan T. Bergstralh, Daniel St Johnston. Epithelial cell polarity: What flies can teach us about cancer (2012) Essays in Biochemistry

* indicates equal contribution