Kelly Grussendorf's Research

Associate Professor


Faciliation of Endosomal Recycling by an IRG Protein Homolog Maintains Apical tubule Structure in Caenorhadbitis Elegans
Faciliation of Endosomal Recycling by an IRG Protein Homolog Maintains Apical tubule Structure in Caenorhadbitis Elegans
Grussendorf, Kelly A., Trezza, C.J., Salem, A.T, Al-Hashimi, H., Mattingly, B.C., Kampmeyer, D.E., Khan, L.A., Hall, D.H., Göbel, V., Ackley, B.D., & Buechner, M. “Faciliation of Endosomal Recycling by an IRG Protein Homolog Maintains Apical tubule Structure in Caenorhadbitis Elegans.” Genetics 203, no. 4 (2016): 1789-1806
Immunity Related GTPase (IRG) Homolog, exc-1, is Necessary for the Development and Structural Maintenance of Small Biological Tu
Immunity Related GTPase (IRG) Homolog, exc-1, is Necessary for the Development and Structural Maintenance of Small Biological Tu
Grussendorf, Kelly. “Immunity Related GTPase (IRG) Homolog, exc-1, is Necessary for the Development and Structural Maintenance of Small Biological Tubes.” Poster presentation at the Society for Developmental Biology 76th Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, July 15, 2017.