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Rabouille Group

Catherine Rabouille is group leader at the Hubrecht Institute and Professor of Cell Biology at the University Medical Center Groningen, and is also affiliated with the University Medical Center Utrecht. After studying the early secretory pathway in Drosophila melanogaster, her group now focuses on how nutrient stress (serum and amino-acid starvation) regulates the early secretory pathway and leads to the formation of membrane-less stress assemblies.

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    Full professor

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    • Recent publications Catherine Rabouille (pdf) / RUG mepa-page
      1. van Leeuwen W, Rabouille C.. Cellular stress leads to the formation of membraneless stress assemblies in eukaryotic cells.. Traffic 2019 Sep;20(9):623-638. Review. Pdf
      2. Zhang C, Rabouille C.. Membrane-Bound Meet Membraneless in Health and Disease.. Cells 2019 Aug 29;8(9). Review. Pdf
      3. van Leeuwen W, Rabouille C.. The Upper Hand of the Otu Amyloid Fibers: Increasing Enzymatic Activity and Prolonging Lifespan.. Molecular Cell 2019 Apr 18;74(2):225-226. Pdf
      4. van Leeuwen W, Rabouille C.. Cellular stress leads to the formation of membraneless stress assemblies in eukaryotic cells.. Traffic 2019 Sep;20(9):623-638. Pdf
      5. Rabouille C.. COPII vesicles and the expansion of the phagophore.. Elife 2019 Jan 29;8. pii: e44944. Pdf
      6. Wessel van Leeuwen, Felix van der Krift and Catherine Rabouille. Modulation of the secretory pathway by amino-acid starvation. Journal of Cell Biology 2018 OI: 10.1083/jcb.201802003. Pdf
      7. Nickel W, Rabouille C.. Unconventional protein secretion: Diversity and consensus.. Seminars in Cells and Developmental Biology 2018 Nov;83:1-2. Pdf
  • Dissertations supervised by Catherine M. Rabouille ((co-) promotor or assessor:

     

    2017

    Diosa Toro, M. (2017). Host cell responses to dengue virus infection. University of Groningen.

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