Fabio Urbina’s stellar work, defining exocytic modes, their regulatory mechanisms, and their influence on cell morphology is out in Cell Reports.
Category Archives: Publications!
The TRIM9/TRIM67 Interactome
Shalini Menon published a first author paper in Molecular Biology of the Cell detailing the interactome of TRIM9 and TRIM67 using the BioID approach. Shalini led a team of undergrads to complete this work in collaboration with the Major Lab.
2020 Cell Bio Meeting
The Gupton Lab attended and presented several posters at the virtual Cell Bio meeting of the ASCB and EMBO. Although we miss meetings in person, catching up on exciting science was fantastic.
Welcome Charise White
Charise White, PhD joins the lab as a Research Specialist to work on TRIM9 in the aging brain. Welcome Charise!
Shalini Menon publishes the neuronal ubiquitylome
We took our first foray into getting data out there at µPublications. Shalini used proteomic approaches to define the ubiquitylome of developing neurons. Although we didn’t have the power to detect differences between genotypes, we think this data will be useful to many labs. Please let us know if your favorite protein is ubiquitylated.
Stephanie presents at Wash U
Stephanie was invited by Michael Nonet to present at the seminar series of the department of Neuroscience at WashU
Presenting Dr. Fabio Urbina
Stephanie Presents at Membrane Trafficking Seminar Series
Stephanie presents Fabio’s latest work at the virtual seminar series of the membrane trafficking community.
the TRIM9/TRIM67 Interactome
New Preprint from the lab by Shalini Menon et al is available on BioRxiv. “The TRIM9/TRIM67 neuronal interactome reveals novel activators of morphogenesis”
Sampada Mutalik joins the lab
Sampada Mutalik, PhD joins the lab. Sampada received her PhD in Neuronal Mechanics from the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Pune, India in 2018, and completed a short postdoctoral research term in the CytoMorph Lab. Sampada is interested in netrin-based axon guidance.