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Author Archives for ttootle
On October 24th Sam Mellentine defended his thesis: Defining the cell-specific roles of two prostaglandins in Drosophila border cell migration. ... Read More →
Nicole will be starting as an assistant professor at Cornell College next month. While she won’t be far away and... Read More →
Kate is off to Minneapolis to work in healthcare. We will miss her greatly. As is tradition in the lab,... Read More →
Two lab members are moving on to new adventures this summer – postdoctoral scholar Nicole Green and research assistant Kate... Read More →
https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2023.06.23.546291v1 A preprint is out from the lab looking at how two prostaglandins, PGE2 and PGF2a, regulate border cell migration.... Read More →
Collaborative paper with the Welte lab on lipid droplets, ATGL, and PGs in regulating actin remodeling during oogenesis was published... Read More →
Our first paper on prostaglandin regulation of nuclear actin is out!
Michelle and I are proud to have had the privilege to edit Methods in Molecular Biology: Drosophila oogenesis. Thanks to... Read More →
Congratulations to Michelle Giedt for being selected for an Image of Distinction in Nikon’s Small World Image Competition!