Congratulations to Joh and former lab member Daphne on their paper “4D cell biology: big data image analytics and lattice light-sheet imaging reveal dynamics of clathrin-mediated endocytosis in stem cell derived intestinal organoids“, now published online in Molecular biology of the cell.
Congratulations to Zane and Jonathan on their paper “Microtubule dynamics regulation reconstituted in budding yeast lysates“, now accepted and online in the Journal of Cell Science.
Dr. Drubin’s video talk, Actin Dynamics and Endocytosis in Yeast and Mammalian Cells, is now available on iBiology.org: Link to Parts 1-4
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The Drubin/Barnes lab would like to send our fondest farewells to Daphne, Itziar and Emily who are moving on to exciting new positions!
Congratulations to Daphne on her paper “Genome-edited human stem cells expressing fluorescently labeled endocytic markers allow quantitative analysis of clathrin-mediated endocytosis during differentiation“, now published in the Journal of Cell Biology.
Congratulations to Itziar on her paper “Kinesins relocalize the chromosomal passenger complex to the midzone for spindle disassembly” which is now published in the Journal of Cell Biology.
Congratulations to Yidi, her former and current undergraduates Niki and Tommy, and collaborators in the Darzacq Lab, on their new paper “Switch-like Arp2/3 activation upon WASP and WIP recruitment to an apparent threshold level by multivalent linker proteins in vivo” now published at eLife!
Congratulations to our collaborators in the Cui Lab, Matt Akamatsu, and former lab members Jessica Marks and Alex Grassart on their paper “Nanoscale manipulation of membrane curvature for probing endocytosis in live cells” now published in Nature Nanotechnology.
The Drubin/Barnes lab celebrated post-doc Jessica Marks moving on to her new position as a AAAS Fellow. We wish her all the best in Washington, DC!