U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Will Prinz
 

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Tel: 301-451-4592
Email: wp53m@nih.gov
 

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  • Ph.D.Harvard University1996
 

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    Specialties
    • Cell Biology/Cell Signaling

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    Possible mechanisms of nonvesicular lipid exchange between membranesA,B spontaneously exchange lipid between membranes without proteins.  C–G depicts a lipid exchange facilitated by proteins.Possible mechanisms of nonvesicular lipid exchange between membranesEnlarge
    Reticulon levels determine the ratio of endoplasmic reticulum (ER) sheets to tubesThis image depicts cortical ER in yeast expressing Rtn1-GFP (green) and ssRFP-HDEL (red).  Cells missing Opi1 have more ER sheets than wt cells. Note that Rtn1-GRP is in tubules and edges of sheets and fenestrations.  Scale bars, 5 m.Reticulon levels determine the ratio of endoplasmic reticulum (ER) sheets to tubesEnlarge
    Membrane contacts sitesEndoplasmic reticulum (ER), plasma membrane (PM), mitochondria (Mito), multivesicular bodies (MVB), chloroplast (chloro), peroxisome (Pex), and lipid droplets (LD).Membrane contacts sitesEnlarge
    Domains in the vacuole membraneYeast cells expressing GFP- and mCherry-tagged proteins that localize to reciprocal domains on the vacuole.Domains in the vacuole membraneEnlarge