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Giuliana Clemente

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Manchester in the lab of Dr Thomas Millard. My research goal is to define mechanism(s) of cell migration and routing in complex in vivo settings using the humble yet powerful fruit fly.

I completed my pre-doctoral studies at the University of Dundee (Scotland) under the supervision of Professor Arno Müller. During my PhD, being fascinated by cytoskeleton dynamics during cell division and cell migration, I contributed to the characterisation of the mitotic and post-mitotic functions of Drosophila Spindly.

 

 

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Modulation of neuronal resilience during aging by Hsp70/Hsp90/STI1 chaperone system

Rachel Lackie, Abdul Razzaq, Sali M.K. Farhan, et al.



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A conserved MFS orchestrates a subset of O-glycosylation to facilitate macrophage dissemination and tissue invasion

Katarina Valoskova, Julia Biebl, Marko Roblek, et al.



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PIKfyve/Fab1 is required for efficient V-ATPase and hydrolase delivery to phagosomes, phagosomal killing, and restriction of Legionella infection

Catherine M Buckley, Victoria L Heath, Aurelie Gueho, et al.



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Aurora A depletion reveals centrosome-independent polarization mechanism in C. elegans

Kerstin Klinkert, Nicolas Levernier, Peter Gross, et al.

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Centrosome Aurora A gradient ensures a single PAR-2 polarity axis by regulating RhoGEF ECT-2 localization in C. elegans embryos

Sachin Kotak, Sukriti Kapoor



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A novel mechanism of gland formation in zebrafish involving transdifferentiation of renal epithelial cells and live cell extrusion

Richard W Naylor, Alan J Davidson



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Human macrophages survive and adopt activated genotypes in living zebrafish

Colin D. Paul, Alexus Devine, Kevin Bishop, et al.



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Spatiotemporally controlled Myosin relocalization and internal pressure cause biased cortical extension to generate sibling cell size asymmetry

Tri Thanh Pham, Arnaud Monnard, Jonne Helenius, et al.



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