Dr Marcus Bischoff

Lecturer

BMS B115
tel. 01334 467199
fax. 01334 462595
mb273@st-andrews.ac.uk

 

Publications

Seijo, I, Guerrero, I & Bischoff, M 2015, In Vivo Imaging of Hedgehog Transport in Drosophila Epithelia. in N Riobo (ed.), Methods in Molecular Biology: Hedgehog Signalling Protocols. vol. 1322, Springer Science and Business Media. DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4939-2772-2_2
Gradilla, A-C, González, E, Seijo, I, Andrés, G, Bischoff, M, González-Mendez, L, Sánchez, V, Callejo, A, Ibáñez, C, Guerra, M, Ortigão-Farias, JR, Sutherland, JD, González, M, Barrio, R, Falcón-Pérez, JM & Guerrero, I 2014, 'Exosomes as Hedgehog carriers in cytoneme-mediated transport and secretion' Nature Communications, vol 5, pp. 5649. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms6649
Saxena, A, Denholm, B, Bunt, S, Bischoff, M, VijayRaghavan, K & Skaer, H 2014, 'Epidermal growth factor signalling controls Myosin II planar polarity to orchestrate convergent extension movements during Drosophila tubulogenesis' PLoS Biology, vol 12, no. 12, e1002013. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1002013
Pérez-Moreno, JJ, Bischoff, M, Martín-Bermudo, MD & Estrada, B 2014, 'The conserved transmembrane proteoglycan Perdido/Kon-tiki is essential for myofibrillogenesis and sarcomeric structure in Drosophila' Journal of Cell Science, vol 127, pp. 3162-3173. DOI: 10.1242/jcs.150425
Bischoff, M, Gradilla, A-C, Seijo, I, Andres, G, Rodriguez-Navas, C, Gonzalez-Mendez, L & Guerrero, I 2013, 'Cytonemes are required for the establishment of a normal Hedgehog morphogen gradient in Drosophila epithelia' Nature Cell Biology, vol 15, pp. 1269-1281. DOI: 10.1038/ncb2856
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University of St Andrews
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St Andrews
Fife
KY16 9ST
UK

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