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.
  • New research has determined how stem cells produce different types of "daughter" cells in Drosophila (fruit flies) by studying the ovaries of fruit flies in order to see stem cells in their natural environment. Scientists were able to shed light on...
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