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Jon Humphries
Bioscience, University of Manchester (cell adhesion, proteomics, ECM) Mainly science but other stuff too
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Jon Humphries 1h
Chemoresistance in Pancreatic Cancer.
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Jon Humphries 2h
Cheers. Thanks Ronan
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Emerging roles of ECM remodeling processes in cancer.
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Cellular responses to beating hydrogels to investigate mechanotransduction.
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Mechanobiology of cells and cell systems, such as organoids.
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Novel Associations Within the Tumor Microenvironment: Fibulins Meet ADAMTSs.
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Targeting cardiac fibrosis with engineered T cells
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Guillaume Jacquemet 8h
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Daniel Tschumperlin 15h
Congratulations to Dakota Jones for his 1st lead author paper in . He shows TGF-beta fibroblast activation requires HDACs to repress gene expression. Many other epigenetic modifiers also highlighted.
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Emma Pettengale 🧬🦠🔬 Sep 18
Hey have you seen this new themed issue on the ECM with guest editor Jo Adams? Short reviews from experts make it a great intro to the field! pls RT
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Steve Royle Sep 19
It’s real! I just received an advance copy of my book “The Digital Cell”. Official release is 1st Dec.
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Annexin A5 regulates surface αvβ5 integrin for retinal clearance phagocytosis. I
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Hypoxia-induced PIM kinase and laminin-activated integrin α6 mediate resistance to PI3K inhibitors in bone-metastatic CRPC.
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Characterization of dystroglycan binding in adhesion of human induced pluripotent stem cells to laminin-511 E8 fragment.
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Modifications of disulfide bonds in breast cancer cell migration and invasiveness.
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Michael Eisen Sep 18
Stimulated by conversations here, it is now official policy of that: "Any food at meetings of students with faculty mentors, including qualifying exams and thesis committee meetings, shall be provided by faculty, not students."
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Karl Kadler Sep 18
Replying to @KarlKadler
If you are a recent PhD and interested in a 5-year postdoc to study collagen assembly with live cell imaging, gene editing, wound healing, biomechanics, or computation, don't wait for the advert to come out, drop me an email or direct message. Please retweet.
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THERY Manuel Sep 18
Dear Twitter, the next scientific workshop of the will be about .... phase transitions ! Could you please suggest milestone papers? Like the 2017 paper on centrosome for example.
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Matt Jones Sep 18
Invadopodia-mediated ECM degradation is enriched in the G1 phase of the cell cycle
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Justin Taraska Sep 18
Complexity at scale. Platinum replica EM of HeLa cell inner plasma membrane. Clathrin, caveolae, actin filaments, microtubules, vesicles, membrane proteins.... Scale bar is 500 nm.
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