Devon Chandler-Brown and colleagues have published a new paper titled “The adder phenomenon emerges from independent control of pre- and post-start phases of the budding yeast cell cycle” in Current Biology.
Rachel Bond and colleagues have published a new paper titled “The unique C-terminus of calcineurin isoform CNAβ1 confers non-canonical regulation of enzyme activity by Ca2+ and calmodulin” in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.
Luc Weiss, a Chemistry graduate student in the Moerner lab, and a collaborator of the Stearns lab, will defend his thesis on August 17th, 2 PM in Sapp 114
The Center for Cell Biology is based in the Stanford Biology Department and our mission is to promote research and training in cell biology. We foster an interdisciplinary and interactive environment and are committed to training the next generation of cell biologists. We host the Think & Drink seminar series (Fridays at 4:30) and an annual symposium covering topics in cell biology and related areas.