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The Mechanisms of Centriole Assembly

August 24, 2020 @ 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm UTC-5

J. Lancarek flyer for 8/24 Talk

We hope you are able to attend the CDB Monday Seminar on Monday August 24 when Jadranka Lončarek, Ph.D. presents “The Mechanisms of Centriole Assembly”  at our weekly 12:15 pm CDB Monday Seminar Series held this semester on zoom.

Centrioles are microtubule-based structures that build centrosomes and cilia and are, in humans, critical for numerous cellular processes such as cellular signaling, mitotic spindle assembly, and cellular architecture. How centrioles, assemble in a proper number and shape is still an open question and will be the subject of this presentation.

Jadranka Lončarek, Ph.D.  is a cell and molecular biologist researching the molecular mechanism of centrosome biogenesis and their function, with particular attention on numerical control of centrosome formation in non-transformed and cancerous human cells. Dr. Lončarek is hosted by Irina Kaverina.

Please add these details to your calendar to attend the CDB Monday Seminar August 24, 2020:

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Meeting ID: 947 6571 0914

Passcode: 518913


Upcoming seminars:

  • 9/14/20 PEVR hosts Maureen Barr
  • 9/28/20  J. Cesar Cardenas


August 24, 2020
12:15 pm - 1:15 pm UTC-5
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Department of Cell & Developmental Biology

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