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CongratulationsKarina KinghornVictoria Bautch, Ph.D.Congratulations to Karina Kinghorn, a Cell Biology and Physiology (CBP) graduate student, in the Bautch Lab, for publishing new paper, titled “A defined clathrin-mediated trafficking pathway regulates sFLT1/VEGFR1 secretion from endothelial cells”, in Angiogenesis.sFLT_Traffic_Model_0923



The work describes how soluble VEGFR1 is secreted to regulate VEGF signaling. Critical modeling support came from Amy Gill, Ph.D. Student, Biomedical Engineering, and Feilim MacGabhann, Ph.D., Associated Professor, Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. Training Program; Co-Editor-In-Chief, PLOS Computational Biology, both with Johns Hopkins University, and fish tools came from Ferdinand le Noble, Ph.D., Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Cell and Developmental Biology, Karlsruhe, Germany. It was featured in the September 11, 2023 issue of Angiogenesis and can be read online now.