New publication by Baum and Saric Labs in BMC Biology
ESCRT-III is a ubiquitous biological nanomachine that reshapes and cuts cell membranes in a wide range of cellular processes, from vesicle formation, HIV and Ebola release, to cell division.
New publication in Developmental Cell for Mao Lab
Multiple tissues in our body, such as the brain, and the gut, are folded structures. Similar to an origami crane emerging from the folds of a paper, all growing tissues must fold in precise positions, at multiple steps during development, to reach the correct 3D adult shape. If these folds do not form in the correct way, the structure and function of the organ will be disrupted.
Visualising membrane organisation at the atomistic level
A new study by the Stefan lab and colleagues in Molecular Cell uses quantitative cell biological, lipidomics, and biophysical approaches to reveal how nanoscale lipid organisation ultimately controls dynamic global events taking place at the cell membrane.
New publication in Journal of Biological Chemistry for Ketteler Lab
In all eukaryotic cells, ubiquitin is a major post-translational modification that tags proteins for degradation.
LMCB Greeners awarded Gold for their efforts in sustainability
On July 18th, the Sustainability Team hosted UCL’s seventh Sustainability Awards ceremony, celebrating the achievements of teams and Green Champions across UCL. Our very own LMCB Greeners picked up a Gold Award for their efforts in promoting sustainability at the LMCB. Their hard work and enthusiasm has had a huge impact on making the LMCB a healthy and sustainable workplace.