Washington University in St Louis Cooper Lab
Dept of Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics
Washington University in St Louis
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Postal address
CB 8231
660 South Euclid Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110
Shipping address
Dept. of Cell Biology
4523 Clayton Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110
Telephone numbers
(314) 362-4606 Lab
(314) 362-0287 BMB Office
(314) 362-3964 CBP Office
Lab location
Room 2903
South Building
4577 McKinley Ave
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People in the Lab

 
John John
Cooper
Marc Joanna
Kim
Olivia Patrick McConnell
Marlene

Marlene
Mekel

Mike
Mike
Onken
Ben Benjamin
Stark
 
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Opportunities
  We may have opportunities for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to join the lab. Send email to John Cooper via our Email Contact Form.
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Practical Advice on Career and Science
  Collection of articles with insight and advice on issues related to success in science and career.
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Teaching Files
 

Lectures for Molecular Foundations of Medicine

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Posters from Meetings & Presentations
 

Cooper Lab General Poster 2016
ASCB 2015 - CARMIL2 (pdf)
Gordon Conf 2015 - CP Requires CPI-Motif(pdf)

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Xu_ActinNetwork Septins regulate junctional integrity of endothelial monolayers. Kim, J. & Cooper, J. A. 2018. Mol Biol Cell doi: 10.1091/mbc.E18-02-0136.
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Xu_ActinNetwork Allosteric Coupling of CARMIL and V-1 Binding to Capping Protein Revealed by Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange. Johnson, B. et al. 2018. Cell Reports 23: 2795-804.
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Xu_ActinNetwork CARMIL Family Proteins as Multidomain Regulators of Actin-based Motility. Stark, B. C. et al. 2017. Mol Biol Cell 28:1713-1723.
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Xu_ActinNetwork
Trans-Endothelial Migration Collaborations

Trojan Horse Transit Contributes to Blood-Brain Barrier Crossing of a Eukaryotic Pathogen. Santiago-Tirado, F. H. et al. 2017. mBio 8: e02183-16.
New in vitro method for assaying the migration of primary B cells using an endothelial monolayer as substrate. Stewart-Hutchinson, P. J. et al. 2017. J Leukoc Biol 102: 941-48.
Mst1 Kinase Regulates the Actin-Bundling Protein L-Plastin To Promote T Cell Migration. Xu, X. et al. 2016. J Immunol 197: 1683-91.
L-Plastin promotes podosome longevity and supports macrophage motility. Zhou, J. Y. et al. 2016. Mol Immunol 78: 79-88.
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Xu_ActinNetwork Actin-Regulator Feedback Interactions during Endocytosis. Xu et al. 2016. Biophys. J. 110:1430-1443.Online Journal.
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CARMIL2 Vimentin Cell Migration and Invadopodia Formation Require a Membrane-binding Domain of CARMIL2. Lanier et al. 2016. J Biol Chem.291:1076-1091.Online Journal.
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