Cell Biology

Claes Andréasson

Cells relay on natively folded proteins to stay alive and misfolded proteins are toxic. We study how molecular chaperones maintain proteins folded even under stressful conditions

Roger Karlsson

Actin polymerization is a key force-generating mechanism behind intracellular transport and cell migration. We study its regulation, focusing on the role of profilin and the profilin:actin complex.

Per O. Ljungdahl

Genetic and molecular characterization of extracellular nutrient-induced signal transduction pathways in fungirequired for proper nitrogen source acquisition.

Ann-Kristin Östlund Farrants

Chromatin remodeling is required for several nuclear processes, such as transcription, replication and DNA repair. We investigatehow chromatin remodeling affects expression of ribosomal RNA and protein coding genes.



Cell Biology  Per Ljungdahl, Phone: +46 8 16 41 01

Developmental Biology Christos Samakovlis, Phone: + 46 8 16 15 64

Immunology Marita Troye Blomberg, Phone: + 46 8 16 41 64

Physiology Barbara Cannon, Phone:+ 46 8 16 41 20


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