Stéphanie Duhamel McGill University Montreal
2 protocols
Aleksei Tikhonov Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology, Russian Academy of Sciences
2 protocols

Raquel Brandao Haga Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry
1 protocol

Kossay Zaoui
  • Research associate, Université de Montréal Hospital Centre Research Centre (CRCHUM)
Research focus
  • Cancer biology
  • Breast cancer, Ovarian cancer, Biomarkers, Cancer therapy, GTPases, Microtubules, Metastasis, Cell invasion, cell trafficking, endocytosis
  • 2 Author merit


Doctorate, Faculty of Medicine of Aix Marseille University, 2009


2 Protocols published
Real-time Three-dimensional Tracking of Endocytic Vesicles
Authors:  Stephanie Duhamel and Kossay Zaoui, date: 10/20/2020, view: 1318, Q&A: 0
Endocytic trafficking and recycling are fundamental cellular processes that control essential functions such as signaling protein complexes transport and membrane identity. The small GTPase Rabs are indispensable component of the endosomal recycling ...
Colorimetric RhoB GTPase Activity Assay
Authors:  Kossay Zaoui and Stephanie Duhamel, date: 05/05/2020, view: 2262, Q&A: 0
The Ras homologous protein (Rho) GTPase subfamily, including RhoA, RhoB, and RhoC are small molecules (~21 kDa) that act as molecular switches in a wide range of signaling pathways to orchestrate biological processes associated with both ...
1 Protocol reviewed
In vitro Crosslinking Reactions and Substrate Incorporation Assays for The Identification of Transglutaminase-2 Protein Substrates
Authors:  William L. Willis, Abigail Foster, Caitlin Henry, Lai Chu Wu and Wael Jarjour, date: 06/20/2020, view: 1523, Q&A: 0
Transglutaminase (TG2) catalyzes protein crosslinking between glutamyl and lysyl residues. Catalytic activity occurs via a transamidation mechanism resulting in the formation of isopeptide bonds. Since TG2-mediated transamidation is of mechanistic ...
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