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Jeffrey Klarenbeek



I studied chemistry, and now hold a supportive position as biochemist in the Jalink lab. I have a keen interest in development of new FRET sensors and also study migration of cancer cells.

I support the students, post-docs and PhD students in the group in any possible way and am involved in many of the running projects, e.g. elucidating the mechanism underlying the internalization of Connexin43 and investigating the role of the channel-kinase TRPM7 in actin remodeling and migration.