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XB-LAB-64

Ullman Lab

Nucleocytoplasmic transport; nuclear remodeling during the cell cycle

Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah

Dept. of Biology
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA
22903, USA

www.huntsmancancer.org/research/labs/ullman-lab

People

Ullman, Katie (Principal Investigator/Director)

Research Area

At the Ullman Lab, we are investigating how morphological rearrangements in cell form are coordinated during cell division. We are also studying a protein partnership that we discovered confers aggressive tumor growth. Ultimately, we would like to use information from our projects to gain insight into tumorigenesis as well as to discover targets for new chemotherapy strategies.

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