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Guest Speaker Andreas Wodarz

Co Ordinated Regulation of Cell Polarity and Morphogenesis in Drosophila

Event Host : Franck Pichaud

Speaker's affiliation Microscopic Anatomy and Molecular Cell Biology University of Cologne

Monday, 20 July, 2015 - 16:00
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Regulation of membrane trafficking and organelle dynamics

Research Overview The transmission of signals between cells and tissues is fundamental for normal cell growth and development. Only recently have we begun to appreciate the significance of information transfer between intracellular organelles. Eukaryotic cells are divided into distinct membrane-bound organelles with unique identities and specialized metabolic functions. Communication between organelles must take place to regulate the size, shape, and composition of individual organelles, as well as to coordinate transport between organelles. Research in our laboratory focuses on the regulatory networks that facilitate inter-organelle signaling and membrane trafficking between organelles....

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