A RhoA-FRET Biosensor Mouse for Intravital Imaging in Normal Tissue Homeostasis and Disease Contexts.
Nobis, Max; Herrmann, David; Warren, Sean C; Kadir, Shereen; Leung, Wilfred; Killen, Monica; Magenau, Astrid; Stevenson, David; Lucas, Morghan C; Reischmann, Nadine; Vennin, Claire; Conway, James R W; Boulghourjian, Alice; Zaratzian, Anaiis; Law, Andrew M; Gallego-Ortega, David; Ormandy, Christopher J; Walters, Stacey N; Grey, Shane T; Bailey, Jacqueline; Chtanova, Tatyana; Quinn, Julian M W; Baldock, Paul A; Croucher, Peter I; Schwarz, Juliane P; Mrowinska, Agata; Zhang, Lei; Herzog, Herbert; Masedunskas, Andrius; Hardeman, Edna C; Gunning, Peter W; Del Monte-Nieto, Gonzalo; Harvey, Richard P; Samuel, Michael S; Pajic, Marina; McGhee, Ewan J; Johnsson, Anna-Karin E; Sansom, Owen J; Welch, Heidi C E; Morton, Jennifer P; Strathdee, Douglas; Anderson, Kurt I; Timpson, Paul.
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Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-28978480
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