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RESEARCH SEMINAR Dr. Jill Wildonger University of California – San Francisco Department of Physiology San Francisco, CA “Building unique cellular compartments: the role of dynein in neuronal morphogenesis”
Monday, February 14, 2011, 04:00pm
4:00 pm - LSB Auditorium Neuronal function relies on the formation of distinct axonal and dendritic compartments. Using a combination of genetic approaches and in vivo imaging in the developing fruit fly, we determined that the microtubule motor dynein is necessary for polarized dendritic trafficking and microtubule organization, two key features of neuronal polarity.

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