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  1. Authors: A Onoufriadis, R Hjeij, CM Watson, CE Slagle, NT Klena, GW Dougherty, M Kurkowiak, NT Loges, CP Diggle, NF Morante, GC Gabriel, KL Lemke, Y Li, P Pennekamp, T Menchen, JK Marthin…
    Citation: Cilia 2015 4(Suppl 1):P30

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 4 Supplement 1

  2. In vertebrates, rootletin is the major structural component of the ciliary rootlet and is also part of the tether linking the centrioles of the centrosome. Various functions have been ascribed to the rootlet, ...

    Authors: Katarzyna Styczynska-Soczka and Andrew P. Jarman
    Citation: Cilia 2015 4:9
  3. Ciliopathies give rise to a multitude of organ-specific pathologies; obtaining relevant primary patient material is useful for both diagnostics and research. However, acquisition of primary ciliated cells from...

    Authors: Henry Ajzenberg, Gisela G. Slaats, Marijn F. Stokman, Heleen H. Arts, Ive Logister, Hester Y. Kroes, Kirsten Y. Renkema, Mieke M. van Haelst, Paulien A. Terhal, Iris A. van Rooij, Mandy G. Keijzer-Veen, Nine V. Knoers, Marc R. Lilien, Michael A. Jewett and Rachel H. Giles
    Citation: Cilia 2015 4:8
  4. The primary cilium is an antenna-like, nonmotile structure that extends from the surface of most mammalian cell types and is critical for chemosensing and mechanosensing in a variety of tissues including carti...

    Authors: Kristen L Lee, Marie D Guevarra, An M Nguyen, Mardonn C Chua, Yingxiao Wang and Christopher R Jacobs
    Citation: Cilia 2015 4:7
  5. The Cilia 2014 conference was organised by four European networks: the Ciliopathy Alliance, the Groupement de Recherche CIL, the Nordic Cilia and Centrosome Network and the EU FP7 programme SYSCILIA. More than...

    Authors: Alexandre Benmerah, Bénédicte Durand, Rachel H Giles, Tess Harris, Linda Kohl, Christine Laclef, Sigolène M Meilhac, Hannah M Mitchison, Lotte B Pedersen, Ronald Roepman, Peter Swoboda, Marius Ueffing and Philippe Bastin
    Citation: Cilia 2015 4:5