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SteveCell biology at the molecular level

We are interested in two processes fundamental to eukaryotic cellular life: mitosis and membrane trafficking. We want to understand how these processes operate at the molecular level in the hope of identifying new strategies to prevent tumour formation and propagation in cancer and to inhibit cellular infection.

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ensheathingLost in membranes

Nuria, Laura and George show how endomembranes can cause chromosome missegregation in mitosis.

>> Ferrandiz et al. (2022) | [Paper] | [Plain English] [Spotlight]

clathrinPut your coat on

Collaboration with Corinne Smith's lab explains how adaptors drive clathrin coat assembly.

>> Smith et al. (2021) | [Paper] | [Plain English]

migrationI like to move it, move it

Gabrielle and others found that integrin traffic during cell migration happens via small transport vesicles.

>> Larocque et al. (2021) | [Paper] | [Plain English]

crisprFollow the leader

Ellis and James show how endogenous knocksideways can be used to define a protein complex.

>> Ryan and Shelford et al. (2020) | [Paper]

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