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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Cell Adhesion: How Cells Stick and Why It Matters in...

  • Aired: 11/05/2008
  • 58:12
  • Rating: TV-G
Allison Lynch, Genetics PhD Student, Department of Zoology, UW-Madison Allison Lynch gives a brief background on cell adhesion, the way cells stick together. Then, she explains her research focus, which is a protein called MAGI-1 and its effects on cell adhesion during morphogenesis.
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Allison Lynch discusses cell adhesion and her research on MAGI-1.
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