GROUP WARREN | Biochemistry & Biophysics, Molecular Cell Biology

Biogenesis of the Golgi apparatus

Graham WARREN
Graham Warren
Group Leader

graham.warren(at)mfpl.ac.at
Phone: +43-1-4277-24011
Dr. Bohr-Gasse 9, 1030 Vienna | Room: 3.114

Research

During normal growth and division, cells double in mass and divide into two equally-sized daughters. All cell constituents must be duplicated and then segregated equally during mitosis. For some constituents, such as the chromosomes, the underlying principles and the mechanistic details are relatively clear. For membrane-bound organelles, such as the Golgi, the principles and mechanism have been controversial. The primary aim of our research work is to understand how the cell creates another copy of the Golgi during the cell cycle and partitions them equally between the two daughter cells,...

Team

Emine Sevil Davidson (Yavuz)| Kyojiro Ikeda| Martina Mitterhuber| Brooke Morriswood| Isabelle Walters|

Selected Publications

Morriswood, Brooke; Havlicek, Katharina; Demmel, Lars; Yavuz, Sevil; Sealey-Cardona, Marco; Vidilaseris, Keni; Anrather, Dorothea; Kostan, Julius; Djinovic-Carugo, Kristina; Roux, Kyle; Warren, Graham (2013). Novel bilobe components in Trypanosoma brucei identified using proximity-dependent biotinylation. EUKARYOT CELL;12(2):356-67. PMID: 23264645

Misteli, Tom; Warren, Graham (2013). 25 Years of Current Opinion in Cell Biology. CURR OPIN CELL BIOL;1(25):1-2. PMID: 23352256

Esson, Heather J; Morriswood, Brooke; Yavuz, Sevil; Vidilaseris, Keni; Dong, Gang; Warren, Graham (2012). Morphology of the trypanosome bilobe, a novel cytoskeletal structure. EUKARYOT CELL;11(6):761-772 . PMID: 22327007

Collaboration & Funding

Doctoral Program "Cell Signaling"

Doctoral Program "Cell Signaling"

The Group Warren participates in the special Doctoral Program "Molecular Mechanisms of Cell Signaling" reviewed and funded by the Austrian Research Fund FWF.