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Barrera Lab Publishes in eLife

The Barrera laboratory published a paper in eLife, a journal established by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (USA), the Max Planck Society (Germany) and the Wellcome Trust (UK). The first author of the paper is research scientist Daiane Alves, and other authors from the Barrera group are BCMB graduate students Justin Westerfield and Vanessa Nguyen, GST graduate student Katherine Stefanski and Kristen Booth, an undergraduate student. The paper, A novel pH-dependent membrane peptide that binds to EphA2 and inhibits cell migration, focuses on a novel pH-dependent transmembrane peptide, TYPE7 and its ability to activate a receptor tyrosine kinase.

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