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Dr. Sieck's and his colleagues use confocal microscopic imaging to identify protein interactions involved in intracellular signaling. In this example, the real time interaction of mitochondria (labeled with MitoTracker Red) and F-actin (labeled with LifeAct – green) is shown in a human airway smooth muscle cell.
The Mayo Clinic Cell and Regenerative Physiology Laboratory, led by Gary C. Sieck, Ph.D., investigates the neural control and adaptation of breathing muscles.
Areas of focus in Dr. Sieck's lab include research on the diaphragm muscle, aging and respiratory muscle sarcopenia, spinal cord injury, and airway smooth muscle.
Dr. Sieck's lab provides research education to student trainees.
Stay connected with the lab's research outcomes and findings through published articles.
Contact the Cell and Regenerative Physiology Lab with inquiries about its research.
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