Maarja Laos

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Publications 2017

Anttonen T, Belevich I, Laos M, Herranen A, Jokitalo E, Brakebusch C, Pirvola U (2017)
Cytoskeletal Stability in the Auditory Organ In Vivo: RhoA Is Dispensable for Wound Healing but Essential for Hair Cell Development
eNeuro, 4 (5)
DOI 10.1523/ENEURO.0149-17.2017, PubMed 28929130

Laos M, Sulg M, Herranen A, Anttonen T, Pirvola U (2017)
Indispensable role of Mdm2/p53 interaction during the embryonic and postnatal inner ear development
Sci Rep, 7, 42216
DOI 10.1038/srep42216, PubMed 28181574

Publications 2016

Anttonen T, Herranen A, Virkkala J, Kirjavainen A, Elomaa P, Laos M, Liang X, Ylikoski J, Behrens A, Pirvola U (2016)
c-Jun N-Terminal Phosphorylation: Biomarker for Cellular Stress Rather than Cell Death in the Injured Cochlea
eNeuro, 3 (2)
DOI 10.1523/ENEURO.0047-16.2016, PubMed 27257624

Publications 2015

Kirjavainen A, Laos M, Anttonen T, Pirvola U (2015)
The Rho GTPase Cdc42 regulates hair cell planar polarity and cellular patterning in the developing cochlea
Biol Open, 4 (4), 516-26
DOI 10.1242/bio.20149753, PubMed 25770185

Publications 2014

Anttonen T, Belevich I, Kirjavainen A, Laos M, Brakebusch C, Jokitalo E, Pirvola U (2014)
How to bury the dead: elimination of apoptotic hair cells from the hearing organ of the mouse
J Assoc Res Otolaryngol, 15 (6), 975-92
DOI 10.1007/s10162-014-0480-x, PubMed 25074370

Laos M, Anttonen T, Kirjavainen A, af Hällström T, Laiho M, Pirvola U (2014)
DNA damage signaling regulates age-dependent proliferative capacity of quiescent inner ear supporting cells
Aging (Albany NY), 6 (6), 496-510
DOI 10.18632/aging.100668, PubMed 25063730

Publications 2013

Poczai P, Varga I, Laos M, Cseh A, Bell N, Valkonen JP, Hyvönen J (2013)
Advances in plant gene-targeted and functional markers: a review
Plant Methods, 9 (1), 6
DOI 10.1186/1746-4811-9-6, PubMed 23406322

Publications 2012

Anttonen T, Kirjavainen A, Belevich I, Laos M, Richardson WD, Jokitalo E, Brakebusch C, Pirvola U (2012)
Cdc42-dependent structural development of auditory supporting cells is required for wound healing at adulthood
Sci Rep, 2, 978
DOI 10.1038/srep00978, PubMed 23248743

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