Paula Pérez Navarro

Current Project

Structural Characterization of Human-Derived Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells for Application to Parkinson’s Disease

Short Biography

Paula Pérez Navarro from Spain joined the Stahlberg group at CINA in April 2015. She studied Biology at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Licentiate in Animal Physiology and Biotechnology) and has an MSc in Molecular Biology from the Biozentrum, University of Basel, Switzerland.

Publications

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Lewy pathology in Parkinson's disease consists of a crowded organellar membranous medley

Shahmoradian, S., Lewis, A., Genoud, C., Graff, A., Pérez Navarro, P., Goldie, K., Sütterlin, R., Castano-Diez, D., Ingrassia, A., Rozemuller, A.J.M., Paepe, A.D., Erny, J.Staempfli, A., Hoernschemeyer, J., Niedieker, D., El-Mashtoly, S.F., Gerwert, K., Bohrmann, B., Britschgi, M., Stahlberg, H., van de Berg, W.D.J., Lauer, M.E.

(submitted), (2019)

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Cerebral Corpora amylacea are dense membranous labyrinths containing structurally preserved cell organelles

Pérez Navarro, P., Genoud, C., Castano-Diez, D., Graff-Meyer, A., Lewis, A., de Gier, Y., Lauer, M.E., Britschgi, M., Bohrmann, B., Frank, S., Hench, J., Schweighauser, G., Rozemuller, A.J.M., van de Berg, W.D.J., Stahlberg, H., Shahmoradian, S.

Scientific Reports 8(18046), (2018)

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