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Mitotic rewiring on evolutionary timescales

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  • UserDr. Gautam Dey, EMBL World_link
  • ClockMonday 23 October 2023, 14:30-15:30
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Despite the fundamental role of cell division in the propagation of cellular life, eukaryotes have evolved a diverse range of strategies to remodel and partition organelles and cellular contents in mitosis. What drives the evolution of mitotic mechanisms? Bridging lab and field expeditions, we use a range of protist and fungal model systems, comparative genomics, imaging and experimental evolution to probe mitotic diversity on short and long evolutionary timescales. I will present our recent work on karyotype evolution in budding yeast and on mitotic mechanisms in close holozoan relatives of animals and fungi, the Ichthyosporea.

This talk is part of the Morphogenesis Seminar Series series.

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