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Robinson lab cake

Cell cake made by the Robinson lab with organelles baked inside, including endoplasmic reticulum (green), Golgi apparatus (purple), and clathrin-coated pits (red).
Robinson lab cake
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A unique partnership between basic and clinical research, aiming to understand the cellular basis of disease

 

 

 

 

 

New publications

 

Deane lab (Nature Comm 2018)

Structural insights into GALC-SapA sphingolipid processing.

 

Ron lab (Cell 2017)

Chaperone control of the unfolded protein response.

 

Ron and Read labs (eLife 2017)

AMPylation inactivation switch for ER chaperone.

 

Robinson and Owen labs (JCB 2017)

Adaptor control of acidic cluster protein sorting.

 

Weekes lab (Cell Rep. 2017)

Dynamic organellar maps in primary neurons.

 

Lehner lab (Nature 2017)

Control of anti-tumour immunity.

 

Buss lab (Cell Rep. 2017)

Myosin VI organization of signalling endosomes.

 

Read and Deane labs (Nature Comm. 2017)

Structural insights into Hunter syndrome.

 

Lehner lab (Nature Genetics 2017)

MORC2 in epigenetic silencing by HUSH complex.