Gerald B. Grunwald, PhD

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1020 Locust Street
Jefferson Alumni Hall
Suite M63
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-4191
(215) 503-6690 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Cell Adhesion Molecules as Targets of Developmental Toxicants
  2. A century of cell adhesion: From the blastomere to the clinic part 1: Conceptual and experimental foundations and the pre-molecular era
  3. Microphthalmia-associated transcription factor (MITF) promotes differentiation of human retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) by regulating microRNAs-204/211 expression
  4. Modulation of MCT3 expression during wound healing of the retinal pigment epithelium
  5. Metals and Cell Adhesion
  6. Transcriptional regulatory network analysis during epithelial-mesenchymal transformation of retinal pigment epithelium
  7. Cadherins and NCAM as potential targets in metal toxicity
  8. N-cadherin function is required for differentiation-dependent cytoskeletal reorganization in lens cells in vitro
  9. Differential expression of N- and B-cadherin during lens development
  10. Chapter 3 Cadherin Cell adhesion molecules in development and disease
  11. Difkereyiiai. spatio temporal expression paturns of v and b-cadherins correlate with specific morphogenetic events during lens development
  12. In vivo analysis ok in-c adhlr1n cell adhesion molecule function in ocular development using transgenic mice expressing tissue-specific dominant-negative mutations
  13. Evidence that tyrosine phosphorylation regulates N-cadherin turnover during retinal development
  14. Fibroblast growth factors are necessary for neural retina but not pigmented epithelium differentiation in chick embryos
  15. Discovery and Analysis of the Classical Cadherins
  16. Cadherin function is required for axon outgrowth in retinal ganglion cells in vivo
  17. Cadherin cell adhesion molecules in retinal development and pathology
  18. Ca2+ influx and neurite growth in response to purified N-cadherin and laminin
  19. Analysis of protein variations in adult and postnatal day 11 staggerer and lurcher mutant mice
  20. The structural and functional analysis of cadherin calcium-dependent cell adhesion molecules
  21. Purification and characterization of NCAD90, a Soluble endogenous form of N‐cadherin, which is generated by proteolysis during retinal development and retains adhesive and neurite‐promoting function
  22. Structure/function analysis of the integrin β1 subunit by epitope mapping
  23. Immunohistochemical and biochemical analysis of N‐cadherin expression during CNS development
  24. Evidence for endogenous proteases, mRNA level and insulin as multiple mechanisms of N-cadherin down-regulation during retinal development
  25. Differential cell adhesion and expression of N-cadherin among retinoblastoma cell lines