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Glenn Radice

Glenn Radice, PhD

Contact Dr. Radice

1020 Locust Street
Room 543E
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-5157
(215) 503-5731 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Alpha-catenins control cardiomyocyte proliferation by regulating yap activity
  2. N-cadherin/catenin complex as a master regulator of intercalated disc function
  3. Calorie restriction delays the progression of lesions to pancreatic cancer in the LSL-KrasG12D; Pdx-1/Cre mouse model of pancreatic cancer
  4. N-Cadherin-mediated adhesion and signaling from development to disease: Lessons from mice
  5. Beyond cell adhesion: The role of armadillo proteins in the heart
  6. N-cadherin haploinsufficiency increases survival in a mouse model of pancreatic cancer
  7. Analysis of a Jup hypomorphic allele reveals a critical threshold for postnatal viability
  8. N-cadherin and β1-integrins cooperate during the development of the enteric nervous system
  9. Loss of cadherin-binding proteins β-catenin and plakoglobin in the heart leads to gap junction remodeling and arrhythmogenesis
  10. Loss of αT-catenin alters the hybrid adhering junctions in the heart and leads to dilated cardiomyopathy and ventricular arrhythmia following acute ischemia
  11. Requirement for N-cadherin-catenin complex in heart development
  12. Cortactin is required for N-cadherin regulation of Kv1.5 channel function
  13. Cardiac tissue-restricted deletion of plakoglobin results in progressive cardiomyopathy and activation of β-catenin signaling
  14. N-cadherin and cadherin 11 modulate postnatal bone growth and osteoblast differentiation by distinct mechanisms
  15. Persistence of coordinated long-term potentiation and dendritic spine enlargement at mature hippocampal CA1 synapses requires N-cadherin
  16. N-cadherin is dispensable for pancreas development but required for β-cell granule turnover
  17. Effects of cardiac-restricted overexpression of the A2A adenosine receptor on adriamycin-induced cardiotoxicity
  18. Which FGF ligands are involved in lens induction?
  19. A new perspective on intercalated disc organization: Implications for heart disease
  20. Adhesive and signaling functions of cadherins and catenins in vertebrate development.