Look at the Beautiful Paper!

by Heidi Hehnly in


The Hehnly Lab recently got to help with a story from Dylan Burnette's laboratory that came out in Scientific Reports. Check it out here. It is filled with beautiful microscopy and looks at the relationship between how a dividing cell communicates with an extracellular matrix, and its affect on cleavage furrow morphology, and spindle orientation.


Congrats Hui-Fang Hung!

by Heidi Hehnly


Cenexin controls centrosome positioning during cell migration, is required for spindle orientation, lumen formation, and controls the above activities by modulating MT organization and stability

Cenexin controls centrosome positioning during cell migration, is required for spindle orientation, lumen formation, and controls the above activities by modulating MT organization and stability