Independent Cadherin–catenin And Bazooka Clusters Interact To Assemble Adherens Junctions
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Independent cadherin catenin and Bazooka clusters interact to
protrusions in initial cadherin catenin clustering in the Drosophila melanogaster embryo. Then, independent Baz clusters appear to engage the cadherin catenin clusters to assemble SAJs. Independent cadherin catenin and Bazooka clusters interact to assemble adherens junctions Melanie A. McGill, R.F. Andrew McKinley, and Tony J.C. Harris
The positioning and function of Bazooka polarity landmarks
cadherin/catenin clusters with independent protein numbers and dynamics. Independent cadherin-catenin and Bazooka clusters interact to assemble adherens junctions
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Dec 21, 2017 Smaller cadherin-catenin clusters are seen all along the lateral membrane. While Baz localizes correctly in the absence of cadherins, cadherin-catenin complexes require Baz to be apically restricted. In Baz s absence, small cadherin-catenin complexes localize all along the basolateral axis and fail to assemble into larger SAJs (McGill et al.,