Moore Lab

Ed Moore

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Different regions of a cell perform different tasks, and this subcellular specialization is only possible because of the stringent control a cell maintains over where proteins are located; the cell’s molecular architecture. Using a combination of fluorescence microscopy and immunocytochemical techniques we have begun to map the molecular architecture of smooth and cardiac muscle cells, with particular emphasis on those proteins which regulate the intracellular calcium concentration.

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