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  • Filić, V., Mijanović, L., Putar, D., Talajić, A., Ćetković, H., and Weber, I. (2021). Regulation of the Actin Cytoskeleton via Rho GTPase Signalling in Dictyostelium and Mammalian Cells: A Parallel Slalom. Cells 10: 1592.
  • Marinović, M., Mijanović, L., Šoštar, M., Vizovišek, M., Junemann, A., Fonović, M., Turk, B, Weber, I., Faix, J., Filić, V. (2019). IQGAP-related protein IqgC suppresses Ras signaling during large-scale endocytosis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 116(4):1289-1298.
  • Filić, V., Marinović, M., Šoštar, M., Weber, I. (2018). Modulation of small GTPase activity by NME proteins. Lab. Investig. 98: 589.
  • Marinović, M., Xiong, H., Rivero, F., Weber, I. (2018). Assaying Rho GTPase–dependent processes in Dictyostelium discoideum. Methods Mol. Biol. 1821: 371.
  • Junemann, A., Filić, V., Winterhoff, M., Nordholz, B., Litschko, C., Schwellenbach, H., Stephan, T., Weber, I., Faix, J. (2016). A Diaphanous-related formin links Ras signaling directly to actin assembly in macropinocytosis and phagocytosis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 113: E7464.
  • Ramalingam, N., Franke, C., Jaschinski, E., Winterhoff, M., Lu, Y., Brühmann, S., Junemann, A., Meier, H., Noegel, A.A., Weber, I., Zhao, H., Merkel, R., Schleicher, M., Faix, J. (2015). A resilient formin-derived cortical actin meshwork in the rear drives actomyosin-based motility in 2D-confinement. Nat. Commun. 6: 8496.
  • Filić, V., Marinović, M., Faix, J., Weber, I. (2014). The IQGAP-related protein DGAP1 mediates signaling to the actin cytoskeleton as an effector and a sequestrator of Rac1 GTPases. Cell. Mol. Life Sci. 71: 2775.
  • Faix, J., Weber, I. (2013). A dual role model for active Rac1 in cell migration. Small GTPases 4: 110.
  • Filić, V., Marinović, M., Faix, J., Weber, I. (2012). A dual role for Rac1 GTPases in the regulation of cell motility. J. Cell Sci. 125: 387.

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