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Class of 2008
Name
Rosa, André
Nationality
Portuguese
E-Mail
andreangeloo@gmail.com
1st Degree
Applied Chemistry
University (1st Degree)
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Master Degree
Applied Chemistry
University (Master Degree)
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
About the PhD
Field of Research
Developmental Biology
Thesis Title
The regulation and function of cortical actin remodelling upon entry into mitosis
Abstract
Entry into mitosis is accompanied by dramatic changes in the
morphology and polarity of cells, both of which entail remodelling of the cortical actomyosin cytoskeleton. Here I identified Diaphanous as the main actin nucleator...
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Supervisor(s)
Buzz Baum
University
University College London
Laboratory
Cell Morphogenesis
City
London
Country
United Kingdom
Date of Thesis Defence
2013-11-29
After the PhD (Current Situation)
Position
Pos-Doc
Institution
London Research Institute
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City
London
Country
UK

Relevant Publications
Identification of mating type genes in the bipolar basidiomycetous yeast Rhodosporidium toruloides: first insight into the MAT locus structure of the Sporidiobolales
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Requirement for highly efficient pre-mRNA splicing during Drosophila early embryonic development
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Ect2/Pbl Acts via Rho and Polarity Proteins to Direct the Assembly of an Isotropic Actomyosin Cortex upon Mitotic Entry
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2014-07-16 14:35:25
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