Mechanochemical Cell Biology
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Mechanochemical Cell Biology

Dongles DONGLES are functionalised nanobodies. They are GFP-binding proteins with additional domains, allow us to "retrofit" cell lines with GFP-tagged proteins to do cool new things. Cansu developed dongle-knocksideways and her new paper describes how it works and some drawbacks of the technique.
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Hello, World!

Gabrielle has found a new type of vesicle in human cells. Intracellular nanovesicles or INVs are very small vesicles that transport proteins around the cell. INVs have been hidden from view until now.
>> Read the paper | [Link] | [Plain English]

KIF1CReady - Steady - Go!

We show how kinesin KIF1C is activated upon cargo binding.
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EBsBehind you...

Daniel and Ben reconstituted spatially distinct microtubule tracking of EBs in vitro.
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