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Sigrid will continue her work on Plasma Membrane Calcium ATPases (PMCA) trying to understand their regulatory mechanisms.
Alicia Espiña is new intern in Poul Nissen’s research group, where she is working with Antoni Kowalski on reconstitution and biochemical characterization of neuron-specific isoform of plasma-membrane Ca2+-ATPase (PMCA).
New article published in Nature entitled “ATP13A2 deficiency disrupts lysosomal polyamine export” sheds light on a defective lysosomal polyamine exporter (ATP13A2) that represents a lysosome-dependent cell death pathway that may be implicated in several neurodegenerative disorders including Kufor-Rakeb syndrome – a rare form of inherited juvenile-onset Parkinson’s disease.
The new study, published this week in the open access journal Cell Communication and Signaling, was led by the autophagy team at NCMM.
Simon Arvin has been awarded this years Health Student Research Price at the Health PhD day dinner party on 24 January. The prize is awarded to a student that Health wishes to recognise as someone who have submitted extraordinary work. Congratulations!
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