Focusing on SR proteins, the Müller-McNicoll group uses quantitative microscopy, RNA biochemistry, mass spectrometry, ribonomics and computational analyses to decipher the mechanisms by which these multifunctional RBPs regulate alternative splicing, circRNA formation, alternative polyadenylation, splicing surveillance, nuclear body formation and selective mRNA export in response to changing cellular conditions or stress.
Jun. Prof. Dr. Michaela Müller McNicoll
Goethe University Frankfurt
Institute for Cell Biology and Neuroscience
60438 Frankfurt am Main
Tel: 069 798 42079