Mechanochemical Cell Biology
Mechanochemical Cell Biology
Mechanochemical Cell Biology
Mechanochemical Cell Biology
Mechanochemical Cell Biology
Mechanochemical Cell Biology
Mechanochemical Cell Biology

clathrinPut your coat on

Collaborative paper between Royle and Smith labs explains how adaptors drive clathrin coat assembly.

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migrationI like to move it, move it

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

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curlyBend it like Curly!

Saravanan, Darius and colleagues show how to wind actin into tight rings.

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slipsTraction Control

New work from Algis in the Cross lab reveals the backstepping mechanism of kinesin.

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MiQ

Motors In Quarantine

Our weekly virtual seminar series on molecular motors.

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CMCB Early Career Seminar Series

Our new series gives a platform to early career mechanochemical cell biologists to explain their science and then discuss with CMCB members. If we think you would be a good fit, we will support you in early career fellowship applications and in other ways.



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