Research by Kirsten Sandvig highlighted in Lab Times.

K. Sandvig
K. Sandvig

The work performed in the Sandvig group is highlighted in an article in Lab times.
The article describes ongoing research in Sandvig's group, as well as some of the major earlier contributions from Sandvig to our present knowledge of endocytosis and intracellular transport.
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From the introduction of the article in Lab Times:
Endocytosis and intracellular transport of toxins have been the passion of Kirsten Sandvig
and her colleagues at the Norwegian Radium Hospital in Oslo for years. Her persistence in
clarifying the underlying basic cellular processes may soon pay off, as toxins face promising
applications in cancer treatment and molecular imaging.


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The article about the research in Sandvig's group -
Toxin research in Oslo, Norway - Friends or Foes? (download in PDF format)

Home page of Kirsten Sandvig's group: Intracellular transport

Kirsten Sandvig's mini CV and publications

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Institute for Cancer Research

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