Participation in “Cells in Motion”

  • Cells in Motion Professor of Translational and Regenerative Medicine
© CiM - Peter Grewer

"The way bones heal is fascinating" – an interview

Trauma surgeon Prof Richard Stange investigates how bones heal and combines basic research with clinical work. His aim is that research results should always benefit the patient as far as possible.

  • Papers in the research focus “cell dynamics and imaging”

    all papers by Richard Stange (PubMed)

    2019

    Bachg AC, Horsthemke M, Skryabin BV, Klasen T, Nagelmann N, Faber C, Woodham E, Machesky LM, Bachg S, Stange R, Jeong H-W, Adams RH, Bahler M, Hanley PJ. Phenotypic analysis of Myo10 knockout (Myo10(tm2/tm2)) mice lacking full-length (motorized) but not brain-specific headless myosin X. Sci Rep 2019;9: 597. Abstract