Juan Escobar-Restrepo University of Zurich
1 protocol

Alex Hajnal University of Zurich, Institute of Molecular Life Sciences, Zurich
1 protocol

Michael Walser
  • University of Zurich, Institute of Molecular Life Sciences, Zurich
Research focus
  • Cell biology
  • 1 Author merit


Ph.D. in Molecular Life Sciences, University of Zurich, 2013

Current position

Postdoctoral research fellow, Department of Dermatology, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland


  1. Haag, A., Gutierrez, P., Buhler, A., Walser, M., Yang, Q., Langouet, M., Kradolfer, D., Frohli, E., Herrmann, C. J., Hajnal, A. and Escobar-Restrepo, J. M. (2014). An in vivo EGF receptor localization screen in C. elegans Identifies the Ezrin homolog ERM-1 as a temporal regulator of signaling. PLoS Genet 10(5): e1004341.
  2. Nakdimon, I., Walser, M., Frohli, E. and Hajnal, A. (2012). PTEN negatively regulates MAPK signaling during Caenorhabditis elegans vulval development. PLoS Genet 8(8): e1002881.
  3. Hoerndli, F. J., Walser, M., Frohli Hoier, E., de Quervain, D., Papassotiropoulos, A. and Hajnal, A. (2009). A conserved function of C. elegans CASY-1 calsyntenin in associative learning. PLoS One 4(3): e4880.
1 Protocol published
FRAP Analysis of LET-23::GFP in the Vulval Epithelial Cells of Living Caenorhabditis elegans Larvae
Authors:  Michael Walser, Alex Hajnal and Juan M. Escobar-Restrepo, date: 06/05/2015, view: 6539, Q&A: 0
The Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans) vulva is a well-established system to study organ development as the molecular mechanisms that govern its formation are conserved in animals. Of special interest is the EGFR/RAS/MAPK ...
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