Parisa is a Master student in Cell Biology at Sorbonne University. In the Zurzolo lab, she is focused on the mechanisms of GPI-APs sorting in epithelial cells with the aim of understanding how these pathways are altered in diseases such as cancer. She plans to employ integrated interdisciplinary tools as well as 3D organoids to investigate their physio- and pathological relevance.
Mechanisms of GPI-anchored protein apical sorting and plasma membrane organization in polarized epithelial cells.
Mechanisms of GPI-anchored protein apical sorting and plasma membrane organization in polarized epithelial cells. Glycosylphosphatidylinositol (GPI)-anchored proteins (GPI-APs) are membrane proteins with a range of conserved functions (e.g. enzymes, receptors, adhesion molecules, and surface […]