Smart drugs for smarter stem cells: making SENSe (sphingolipid-enhanced neural stem cells) of ceramide.

Regulation of neural progenitor cell motility by ceramide and potential implications for mouse brain development.

Ceramide signaling in cancer and stem cells.

Deoxycholate promotes survival of breast cancer cells by reducing the level of pro-apoptotic ceramide.

The carboxyl-terminal domain of atypical protein kinase Czeta binds to ceramide and regulates junction formation in epithelial cells.

The carboxyl-terminal domain of atypical protein kinase Czeta binds to ceramide and regulates junction formation in epithelial cells.

[Anonymous].  2009.  The carboxyl-terminal domain of atypical protein kinase Czeta binds to ceramide and regulates junction formation in epithelial cells.. The Journal of biological chemistry. 284(21):14469-75.

Regulation of primary cilia formation by ceramide.

Functional pre- mRNA trans-splicing of coactivator CoAA and corepressor RBM4 during stem/progenitor cell differentiation.

Counter-regulation of opioid analgesia by glial-derived bioactive sphingolipids.

There is more to a lipid than just being a fat: sphingolipid-guided differentiation of oligodendroglial lineage from embryonic stem cells.

There is more to a lipid than just being a fat: sphingolipid-guided differentiation of oligodendroglial lineage from embryonic stem cells.

[Anonymous].  2011.  There is more to a lipid than just being a fat: sphingolipid-guided differentiation of oligodendroglial lineage from embryonic stem cells.. Neurochemical research. 36(9):1601-11.

Prenatal alcohol exposure triggers ceramide-induced apoptosis in neural crest-derived tissues concurrent with defective cranial development.

Prenatal alcohol exposure triggers ceramide-induced apoptosis in neural crest-derived tissues concurrent with defective cranial development.

[Anonymous].  2010.  Prenatal alcohol exposure triggers ceramide-induced apoptosis in neural crest-derived tissues concurrent with defective cranial development.. Cell death & disease. 1:e46.