stem cells in their environment

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miguel bernabé rubio

nationality

Spanish

role

Postdoc (EMBO Fellow)

qualifications

•  2013-2017 - PhD in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Biomedicine and Biotechnology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain. Defense of thesis entitled "Mechanism of primary ciliogenesis by polarized epihelial cells".

•  2013 - BSc Biology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)

•  2011 - MSc Biotechnology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)

•  2010 - BSc Biochemistry, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)

 

reasearch project title

Unravelling the molecular mechanisms of dedifferentiation in epidermal cells

core expertise

•  Cell Polarity

•  Cell division

•  Primary ciliogenesis

•  Epithelial cells

•  3D time-series confocal microscopy

publications

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  • Coordination of microtubule acetylation and the actin cytoskeleton by the formin INF2. Fernández-Barrera J, Bernabé-Rubio M, Casares-Arias J, Rangel L, Fernandez-Martin L, Correas I, and Alonso MA. J Cell Biol. 2018;217(3):929-944. PMID: 29321169 [PubMed]
  • Routes and machinery of primary cilium biogenesis. Bernabé-Rubio M and Alonso MA. Cell Mol Life Sci. 2017;74,4077-4095. PMID: 28624967 [PubMed]
  • Physical removal of the midbody remnant from epithelial cells using take-up by suction pressure (TUSP). Bernabé-Rubio M, Gershlick DC, and Alonso MA. Bio Protoc. 2017;7(8):e2244.
  • Novel role for the midbody in primary ciliogenesis by polarized epithelial cells. Bernabé-Rubio M, Andrés G, Casares-Arias J, Fernández-Barrera J, Rangel L, Reglero-Real N, Gershlick DC, Fernández JJ, Millán J, Correas I, Míguez DG, and Alonso MA. J. Cell Biol. 2016;214(3),259-273. PMID: 27458130 [PubMed]
  • The MAL protein is crucial for proper membrane condensation, which is required for primary cilium elongation. Reales E*, Bernabé-Rubio M*, Casares-Arias J, Rentero C, Fernández-Barrera J, Rangel L, Correas I, Enrich C, Andrés G, and Alonso MA. J. Cell Sci. 2015;128,2261-2270. *Equal contribution PMID: 25967552 [PubMed]
  • MYADM controls endothelial barrier function through ERM-dependent regulation of ICAM-1 expression. Aranda JF, Reglero-Real N, Marcos-Ramiro B, Ruiz-Saénz A, Fernández-Martín L, Bernabé-Rubio M, Kremer L, Ridley AJ, Correas I, Alonso MA, and Millán J. Mol. Biol. Cell. 2012;24,483-494.
  • MYADM, a member of the MAL protein family, regulates Rac1 targeting to membrane rafts and cell migration. Aranda JF, Reglero-Real N, Marcos-Ramiro B, Ruiz-Saénz A, Bernabé-Rubio M, Correas I, Alonso MA, and Millán J. Book: Hot Topics in Cell Biology. 2012;1.3, 36-42. PMID: 23264465 [PubMed]