A hallmark of eukaryotic cells is the spatial separation of molecular and biochemical processes into membrane-bound organelles, such as mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi. At the ‘Cell dynamics: organelle–cytoskeleton interface’ meeting held in Lisbon, researchers from around the world discussed their findings of how the cytoskeleton regulates dynamics, interaction, and function of organelles in health and disease. Organised by Edgar Gomes, Heidi McBride, Sharon Tooze and Michael Way, the meeting created an open, stimulating and collaborative environment for scientific exchange and an opportunity to highlight the newest trends in the field.
|Name||Journal of Cell Science|
|Publisher||Company of Biologists Ltd|
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