Invadosomes are actin-based structures that play an important role in cell migration, a process that is essential as many cell types within a multicellular organism need to move around to perform their specific functions. The aim of Katarzyna Kędzior’s research is to unravel the signalling and dynamic behaviour of invadosomes. She also describes he development of new techniques with the potential to facilitate studies of invadosomes and other dynamic biological processes.
K.M. Kędziora: Advanced Microscopy Studies of Invadosome Rosettes.
Prof. K. Jalink
Dr F.N. van Leeuwen (RUN)
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