What if cells don’t divide correctly? The role of autophagy and lysosomes

Project specs

Format

2D

Category

Biology

Contact

Caroline Mauvezin

Country

Spain

Funding agency

Caroline Mauvezin

Length

01:30

Summary

Bellvitge Institute for Biomedical Research (IDIBELL) aims to characterize the role of autophagy and lysosome-dependent degradation specifically during mitotic progression, to better understand the mechanisms maintaining genomic stability. They recently identified a novel biomarker for chromosomal instability: the toroidal nucleus.

Researcher Profile

Our research interest focus on autophagy and lysosome biology in cancer. We aim to characterize the role of autophagy and lysosome-dependent degradation specifically during mitotic progression, to better understand the mechanisms maintaining genomic stability. We recently identified a novel biomarker for chromosomal instability: the toroidal nucleus.

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