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Eliah Shamir

Eliah Shamir

MSTP / BCMB
Student
410-614-3382
Current lab: 
Ewald Lab
Associated Faculty: 
Selected Publications:
Shamir ER, Coutinho K, Auer M, Ewald AJ. 2016. Twist1+ epithelial cells retain adhesive and proliferative capacity during dissemination. Biol Open. 2016 Sep 15; 5 (9):1216-1228. 
Ellison D, Mugler A, Brennan M, Lee SH, Huebner RJ, Shamir ER, Woo LA, Kim J, Amar P, Nemenman I, Ewald AJ, Levchenko A, “Cell-cell communication enhances the capacity of cell ensembles to sense shallow gradients during morphogenesis”, 2016, Jan 20, PNAS
Nguyen-Ngoc KV, Shamir ER, Huebner RJ, Beck JN, Cheung KJ, Ewald AJ, “3D Culture Assays of Murine Mammary Branching Morphogenesis and Epithelial Invasion,” Methods Mol Biol. 2015;1189:135-62.
Shamir ER and Ewald AJ, “Adhesion in mammary development: novel roles for E-cadherin in individual and collective cell migration,” Curr Top Dev Biol. 2015;112:353-82.
Shamir ER and Ewald AJ, “3D Organotypic Culture: Experimental Models of Mammalian Biology and Disease,” Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, 2014 Oct;15(10):647-64.
Shamir ER, Papallardo E, Jorgens DM, Coutinho K, Tsai WT, Aziz K, Auer M, Tran PT, Bader JS, Ewald AJ, “Twist1-induced dissemination preserves epithelial identity and requires E-cadherin,” JCB 2014 Mar 3;204(5):839-56 (Selected for cover). 
Nguyen-Ngoc KV, Cheung KJ, Brenot A, Shamir ER, Gray RS, Hines WC, Yaswen P, Werb Z, Ewald AJ, “The ECM microenvironment regulates collective migration and local dissemination in normal and malignant mammary epithelium” Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012 Sep 25;109(39):E2595-604. PMC3465416.