“Kurly” protein keeps cilia moving, oriented in the right direction (Cell Reports)

By Catherine Zandonella, Office of the Dean for Research A new study of a protein found in cilia – the hair-like projections on the cell surface – may help explain how genetic defects in cilia play a role in developmental abnormalities, kidney disease and a number of other disorders. The researchers at Princeton University and … Continue reading “Kurly” protein keeps cilia moving, oriented in the right direction (Cell Reports)