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Gardner Lab

Biophysical Studies of Mitotic Microtubule Dynamics and Spindle Function

Images from our laboratory

Kinesin-14 Kar3-GFP-Cik1, Purified from Budding Yeast, Imaged  on Red Microtubule Using TIRF

Simulations of Interpolar Microtubule Alignment by Kar3-Cik1 During Mitosis

Contact information:

Melissa K. Gardner, PhD
Associate Professor

Contact Information
Phone: 612-626-6760
Email: klei0091@umn.edu
Office location: 6-132 Molecular Cellular Biology Building
Lab location: 6-166 Moleculear Cellular Biology Building

Education
PhD: Biomedical Engineering, University of Minnesota
BChE: Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Post-Doctoral: Max Plank Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dresden, Germany