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http://www.jove.com/video/2700/polarized-translocation-of-fluorescent-proteins-in-xenopus-ectoderm-in-response-to-wnt-signaling



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Welcome to the SOKOL laboratory

Department of Developmental and Regenerative Biology,

Mount Sinai School of Medicine





How is the top of the epithelial cell different from its bottom?


How does the front of the migrating cell differ from its back?


What mechanisms regulate asymmetric division and fate in stem cells?


How do secreted growth factors regulate cell polarity and cell shape?


What is a role for mechanotransduction in vertebrate embryos in vivo?