Rachael P. NorrisAssistant Professor in Residence, Department of Cell Biology
My current research involves investigating the trafficking of cellular signaling proteins in mouse ovarian follicles, by combining immunolabeling with serial section electron microscopy.
|Ph.D.||University of Connecticut Health Center||Biomedical Science|
Transfer of mitochondria and endosomes between cells by gap junction internalization.
Traffic 2021 Jun;22(6):174-179
Gap junction internalization and processing in vivo: a 3D immuno-electron microscopy study.
Journal of cell science 2021 Jan;134(1):jcs252726
Anteroposterior axis patterning by early canonical Wnt signaling during hemichordate development.
PLoS biology 2018 Jan;16(1):e2003698
Localization of phosphorylated connexin 43 by serial section immunogold electron microscopy.
Journal of cell science 2017 Feb;1301333-1340
Redistribution of Gαs in mouse salivary glands following β-adrenergic stimulation.
Archives of oral biology 2015 May;60(5):715-23