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Denise Montell

  • Border cells moving through a drosophila egg chamber provide an ideal model to investigate cellular migration.
    Border cells moving through a drosophila egg chamber provide an ideal model to investigate cellular migration.
    Scientists unravel how tissue geometry influences the movement of cells through the body
  • Novel insights on cellular suicide could provide new avenues for cancer therapies
  • Denise Montell will explore whether anastasis (from the Greek meaning “rising to life”) plays a role in cancer
  • E-cadherin in collective direction-sensing in vivo
    Researchers in Denise Montell’s lab used fruit-fly ovaries to uncover how E-cadherin guides collective cell migration
  • UC Santa Barbara biologist Denise Montell's discovery of a novel cell process called anastasis holds promise in establishing revolutionary therapies for the treatment of heart disease, degenerative diseases and cancer.
  • A new study determines how stem cells produce different types of "daughter" cells in Drosophila (fruit flies)
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