Faculty and Research
George M. Langford
Dean College of Arts & Sciences
Office: 364 Life Sciences Complex (LSC)
Dean’s Office: 300 Hall of Languages
Ph.D., Illinois Institute of Technology,1971
Cell and Molecular Biology of the Actin Cytoskeleton in Health and Disease: Axonal Transport in Nerve Cells and Fungal Pathogenesis of Epithelial Cells.
Wöllert, T., Rollenhagen, C., Young, M.C., Sundstrom, P., Langford, G.M. (in preparation). Activation of Rho GTPase signaling pathways in human oral keratinocytes by pathogenic C. albicans.
Wöllert, T., Langford, G.M. (in preparation). Vesicle transport assay.
Wöllert, T., Langford, G.M. 2009. High resolution light microscopy of cell migration: long-term imaging and analysis. Methods Mol. Biol. In press.
Rollenhagen, C., Wöllert, T., Langford, G.M., Sundstrom, P. 2009. Stimulation of cell motility and expression of late markers of differentiation in human oral keratinocytes by Candida albicans. Cell. Microbiol. In press.
Swiatecka-Urban, A., Talebian, L., Kanno, E., Moreau-Marquis, S., Coutermarsh, B., Hansen, K., Karlson, K.H., Barnaby, R., Cheney, R.E., Langford, G.M., Fukuda, M., Stanton, B.A. 2007. Myosin Vb is required for trafficking of the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator in Rab11a-specific apical recycling endosomes in polarized human airway epithelial cells. J. Biol. Chem. 282: 23725-23736.
Updated December, 2009
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