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Development and Morphogenesis in Drosophila
CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
Alumni - Postdoctoral Fellow
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Left IRB Barcelona in December 2017
Selected group publications
Biology, a science of greys
Differential roles of the Drosophila EMT-inducing transcription factors Snail and Serpent in driving primary tumour growth
Campbell K, Lebreton G, Franch-Marro X and Casanova J.
(2), e1007167 (2018)
A feedback mechanism converts individual cell features into a supracellular ECM structure in Drosophila trachea
Öztürk-Çolak A, Moussian B, Araújo SJ and Casanova J.
Snoo and Dpp Act as Spatial and Temporal Regulators Respectively of Adult Progenitor Cells in the Drosophila Trachea
Djabrayan NJ and Casanova J.
(3), e1005909 (2016)
A role for E-cadherin in ensuring cohesive migration of a heterogeneous population of non-epithelial cells
Campbell K and Casanova J.
Specification of Differentiated Adult Progenitors via Inhibition of Endocycle Entry in the Drosophila Trachea
Djabrayan NJ, Cruz J, de Miguel C, Franch-Marro X and Casanova J.
(3), 859-865 (2014)
Specification of leading and trailing cell features during collective migration in the Drosophila trachea
Lebreton G and Casanova J.
J Cell Sci,
(Pt 2), 465-74 (2014)
Stemness as a cell default state
(5), 396-7 (2012)
Specific GATA factors act as conserved inducers of an endodermal-EMT
Campbell K, Whissell G, Franch-Marro X, Batlle E and Casanova J.
(6), 1051-61 (2011)
A developmentally regulated two-step process generates a noncentrosomal microtubule network in Drosophila tracheal cells
Brodu V, Baffet AD, Le Droguen PM, Casanova J* and Guichet A*.
(5), 790-801 (2010)
In vivo coupling of cell elongation and lumen formation in a single cell
Gervais L and Casanova J.
(4), 359-66 (2010)
Modulation of intracellular trafficking regulates cell intercalation in the Drosophila trachea
Shaye DD, Casanova J* and Llimargas M*.
Nat Cell Biol,
(8), 964-70 (2008)
Two distinct but convergent groups of cells trigger Torso receptor tyrosine kinase activation by independently expressing torso-like
Furriols M, Ventura G and Casanova J.
P Natl Acad Sci Usa,
(28), 11660-5 (2007)
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