Ashrafi, Kaveh
Atabai, Kamran
Black, Brian L
Blanc, Paul D
Botvinick, Elias H
Boushey, Homer A
Broaddus, V Courtney
Brodsky, Frances M
Brown, James K
Bruneau, Benoit G
Caughey, George H
Chapman, Harold A
Charo, Israel F
Chawla, Ajay
Chuang, Pao-Tien
Clyman, Ronald I
Conklin, Bruce R
Conte, Michael S
Coughlin, Shaun R
DAngelo, Maximillano
Degrado, William F
Deo, Rahul C
Derynck, Rik M
Dobbs, Leland G
Engel, Joanne N
Erle, David J
Fahy, John Vincent
Farese, Robert V
Fineman, Jeffrey R
Ganz, Peter
Gardner, David G
Gartner, Zev Jordan
Glantz, Stanton A
Gold, Warren M
Grabe, Michael D
Gropper, Michael
Grossman, William
Gruenert, Dieter C
Hart, Daniel O
Hata, Akiko
Hawgood, Samuel
Hoffman, Julien I
Huang, Guo
Ingraham, Holly A
Jan, Lily Y
Julius, David J
Jura, Natalia Z
Kan, Yuet W
Kane, John P
Karliner, Joel S
Kornberg, Thomas B
Kurtz, Theodore W
Kwok, Pui-Yan
Lazarus, Stephen C
Lee, Randall J
Lim, Wendell A
Mahley, Robert W
Malloy, Mary J.
Mann, Michael J
Matthay, Michael A
Mcdonald, Donald M
Mikawa, Takashi
Minor, Daniel L
Mostov, Keith E
Oishi, Peter E
Olgin, Jeffrey E
Pearce, David
Redberg, Rita F
Reiter, Jeremy F.
Rock, Jason R.
Rowitch, David H
Scheinman, Melvin M
Schiller, Nelson B
Sheppard, Dean
Shokat, Kevan M
Shu, Xiaokun
Simpson, Paul C
Springer, Matthew L
Srivastava, Deepak
Teitel, David F
Von Zastrow, Mark E
Wang, Rong
Wang, Biao
Weiner, Orion D
Weiss, Arthur
Weiss, Ethan J
Werb, Zena
Woodruff, Prescott G
Xu, Allison Wanting
Yeghiazarians, Yerem
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CVRI Scientists

Maximiliano DAngelo, PhD
Asst Professor In Residence

Research Interests:
Nuclear pore complexes, genome organization, cell differentiation, aging

Summary:
In eukaryotic cells the genome is enclosed by the double membrane of the nuclear envelope. Nuclear pore complexes (NPCs) are large multiprotein channels that penetrate the nuclear envelope and control all traffic between the nucleus and the cytoplasm. Besides acting as gatekeepers of the nucleus, the NPC and its components (nucleoporins) have recently been shown to play critical roles in many cellular processes including mitotic spindle assembly, cytoskeleton organization and gene expression regulation. Our lab studies the role of NPCs and nucleoporins in nuclear organization, cell differentiation, aging and disease.

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