Results about: cell division
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A conference organised by IRB Barcelona and the BBVA Foundation brings together leading international researchers devoted to two cell organelles that play key roles in health and disease.
Cancer and certain developmental disorders are characterised by impaired activity of these complex cell structures and defects in cell cycle control.
A study at IRB Barcelona sheds light on the dynamics of protein aggregates that behave like “droplets of oil in water” and that are described as membraneless cytoplasmic organelles.
These organelles regulate protein activity during cell division.
This is the first study at the Institute to address the so-called liquid-like droplets, which are attracting the attention of researchers worldwide.
Scientists at IRB Barcelona discover a crucial protein for meiosis—the cell division process that gives rise to sex cells.
Without the RingoA protein, both male and female mice are sterile.
Published in Nature Communications, the results could pave the way for the development of male contraceptives.
A comment by Cayetano González in Nature News & Views
Joan Roig’s team collect three-dimensional information of protein complexes involved in cell division.
The study, published in Nature Cell Biology, focuses on the cell organelle known as centrosome, which organises the network of microtubules that serves as the cell’s skeleton.