Ping Helen Chen PhD


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Rack1 is required for Vangl2 membrane localization and planar cell polarity signaling while attenuating canonical Wnt activity

by Shuangding Li; Robert Esterberg; Veronik Lachance; Dongdong Ren; Kristen Radde-Gallwitz; Fanglu Chi; Jean-Luc Parent; Andreas Fritz; Ping Helen Chen




Establishment of planar cell polarity is coupled to regional cell cycle exit and cell differentiation in the mouse utricle.

by Xiaoyu Yang; Xiaoqing Qian; Rui Ma; Xinwei Wang; Juanmei Yang; Wenwei Luo; Ping Chen; Fanglu Chi; Dongdong Ren




Wnt activity guides facial branchiomotor neuron migration, and involves the PCP pathway and JNK and ROCK kinases

by Valerie Vivancos; Ping Helen Chen; Nathalie Spassky; Dong Qian; Alain Dabdoub; Matthew Kelley; Michele Studer; Sarah Guthrie



Hey2 functions in parallel with Hes1 and Hes5 for mammalian auditory sensory organ development

by Shuangding Li; Sharayne Mark; Kristen Radde-Gallwitz; Rebecca Schlisner; Michael T Chin; Ping Helen Chen



Direct cellular reprogramming enables development of viral T antigen-driven Merkel cell carcinoma in mice

by Ping Chen; ME Verhaegen; PW Harms; JJ Van Goor; J Arche; MT Patrick; D Wilbert; H Zabawa; M Grachtchouk; C-J Liu; K Hu; MC Kelly; TL Saunders; S Weidinger; L-J Syu; JS Runge; JE Gudjonsson; SY Wong; I Brownell; M Cieslik; AM Udager; AM Chinnaiyan; LC Tsoi; AA Dlugosz



Junctional E-cadherin/p120-catenin Is Correlated with the Absence of Supporting Cells to Hair Cells Conversion in Postnatal Mice Cochleae

by Wen-wei Luo; Xin-wei Wang; Rui Ma; Fang-lu Chi; Ping Helen Chen; Ning Cong; Yu-yan Gu; Dong-dong Ren; Juan-mei Yang



Expression of Islet1 marks the sensory and neuronal lineages in the mammalian inner ear

by Kristen Radde-Gallwitz; Ling Pan; Lin Gan; Xi Lin; Neil Segil; Ping Chen



Dishevelled genes mediate a conserved mammalian PCP pathway to regulate convergent extension during neurulation

by Jianbo Wang; Natasha S. Hamblet; Sharayne Mark; Mary E. Dickinson; Brendan C. Brinkman; Neil Segil; Scott E. Fraser; Ping Chen; John B. Wallingford; Anthony Wynshaw-Boris