The Cell Cycle group studies the molecular mechanisms that regulate the division of eukaryotic cells, in particular:

  • (A) the mechanisms dependent on SUMO and SMC complexes that ensure genome stability during the cycle and in response to DNA damage.
  • (B) the mechanisms involved in the control of Cell Cycle entry and its relation to polarity, cell adhesion and migration.

Mouse embryonic fibroblasts, cell lines and primary cultures of human keratinocytes are used as models of cell adhesion and polarity whereas budding yeast and human cell lines are employed for chromosome replication, cohesion and segregation studies.

The overall goal of this work is to contribute to a better understanding of the processes that are altered during the loss of genome integrity and in diseases such as cancer.

Featured publications

Cemeli, T; Guasch-Valles, M; Nàger M; Felip, I; Cambray, S; Santacana, M; Gatius, S; Pedraza, N; Dolcet, X; Ferrezuelo, F; Schuhmacher, AJ; Herreros, J; Gari, E

Cytoplasmic cyclin D1 regulates glioblastoma dissemination



Varejao, N; Ibars, E; Lascorz, J; Colomina, N; Torres-Rosell, J; Reverter, D

DNA activates the Nse2/Mms21 SUMO E3 ligase in the Smc5/6 complex

Embo Journal 37 -. .


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Eloi Garí Marsol

Eloi Garí Marsol

Jordi Torres Rosell

Jordi Torres Rosell

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Biomedicine I  / Biomedicina I
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