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==Welcome to the Cytoskeleton and Cell Proliferation Group!==
==Welcome to the Cytoskeleton and Cell Proliferation Group!==
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:::::::This is the website of Régis Giet lab, Cytoskeleton and Cell Proliferation, UMR6290-CNRS, [http://igdr.univ-rennes1.fr/index.php Institut de Génétique et Développement-IGDR] at Rennes, France.
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This is the website of Régis Giet lab, Cytoskeleton and Cell Proliferation, UMR6290-CNRS, [http://igdr.univ-rennes1.fr/index.php Institut de Génétique et Développement-IGDR] at Rennes, France.
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We are using Drosophila tissues, embryos, as well as human cultured cells, a combination of genetics, live imaging and in vitro biochemical assays to investigate how interference with microtubules (and Microtubule associated Proteins) affects spindle assembly and spindle orientation, and ultimately cell proliferation.
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Welcome to the Cytoskeleton and Cell Proliferation Group!



This is the website of Régis Giet lab, Cytoskeleton and Cell Proliferation, UMR6290-CNRS, Institut de Génétique et Développement-IGDR at Rennes, France. We are using Drosophila tissues, embryos, as well as human cultured cells, a combination of genetics, live imaging and in vitro biochemical assays to investigate how interference with microtubules (and Microtubule associated Proteins) affects spindle assembly and spindle orientation, and ultimately cell proliferation.



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