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Introduction

The primary goal of the lab is to understand how intracellular protein trafficking underlies neuronal development and function. This work is significant because neurons are dependent upon very precise localization of proteins to support their ability to send and receive information. Neuronal cells represent a unique model for addressing fundamental questions in molecular and cellular biology. The size, shape and specialized functions of neurons permit analyses of neuronal migration, axon and dendrite outgrowth, and synapse formation and function. By understanding the basic cellular mechanisms and development of individual neurons, we can better understand how the nervous system develops and functions in an entire animal.



The Hoogenraad lab is moved to Utrecht University.

See new website at www.cellbio.nl

Please contact Casper Hoogenraad at c.hoogenraad@uu.nl or via new homepage

 

Last update: Sept 8, 2011


EMC Neuroscience UU Cell Biology