Dr. Laura Aradilla Zapata

née Laura Schaedel


Microtubules acquire resistance from mechanical breakage through intralumenal acetylation.
Xu, Z., Schaedel, L., Portran, D., Aguilar, A., Gaillard, J., Marinkovich, M.P., Théry, M. & Nachury, M.V. (2017). Science, 356 (6335), 328-322.

Tubulin acetylation protects long-lived microtubules against mechanical ageing.
Portran, D., Schaedel, L., Xu, Z., Théry, M. & Nachury, M.V. (2017). Nature Cell Biology, 19 (4), 391-398.

Self-repair promotes microtubule rescue.
Aumeier, C.*, Schaedel, L.*, Gaillard, J., John, K., Blanchoin, L. & Théry, M. (2016). Nature Cell Biology, 18 (10), 1054-1064.
* Co-first authors contributed equally to this work.

A novel chip for cyclic stretch and intermittent hypoxia cell exposure mimicking obstructive sleep apnea.
Campillo, N., Jorba, I., Schaedel, L., Casals, B., Gozal, D., Farré, R., Almendros, I. & Navajas, D. (2016). Frontiers in Physiology, 7 (319), 1-12.

Microtubules self-repair in response to mechanical stress.
Schaedel, L., John, K., Gaillard, J., Nachury, M.V., Blanchoin, L. & Théry, M. (2015). Nature Materials, 14 (11), 1156-1163.