Welcome to the Oancea lab!

Our laboratory is primarily focused on understanding signal transduction events using fluorescent microscopy in living cells. Our lab is equipped with a state-of-the-art two-color TIRF microscope, which we use to study UV-induced pigmentation and melanoma in human skin. To visualize signal transduction events, we design and generate novel fluorescent probes using molecular biology techniques, which give us a unique angle in answering biologically relevant questions.

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Calcium imaging in human epidermal melanocytes

Funding sources:

We would like to acknowledge past and present support from the NIH, NSF, Suna and Inan Kirac Foundation, King Saud University for Health Sciences and Brown University.

Contact us:

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