Biology News
'Lab rats of molecular biology' find home on campus - Cornell Chronicle


Cornell Chronicle
Fruit flies in your kitchen are an annoyance, but fruit flies in a research lab play a vital role in advancing our understanding of biology. Some scientists refer to the fruit fly species Drosophila melanogaster as the lab rat of molecular biology ...

Noninvasive Angiographic-Derived FFR: Is Wireless Physiology Coming to Your Cath Lab Soon? - Cath Lab Digest (press release)


Cath Lab Digest (press release)
An interventional colleague asked, “What is the number of diagnostic-only cath labs in the United States or North America that could benefit from fractional flow reserve (FFR), or more specifically, angio-derived FFR, and not have to send their ...

CHH expands lab services to include toxicology - Huntington Herald Dispatch


Huntington Herald Dispatch
"As a commitment to this important service, we are expanding the lab staff to include toxicology and technicians specifically trained to use highly complex instrumentation which translates to better, more coordinated and timely testing." Dr. James ...

Chisholm Lab

Evanston - United States

Overview of research on myosin and actin, the role of calmodulin, the dynein-dynactin interaction. Includes PDF downloads of publications, and details of Cytoskeleton Journal Club, at the Northwestern University Medical School Chicago, IL.

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Manufacturer and supplier of electric microbiological analyzers, the RNAssay salmonella detection kit and computer controlled freezers for cryobiology.

GW LAB
United States

Fine, Ultra-fine and Microwire from wide variety of metals and their alloys in flexible, non porous glass insulation. Unique wire characteristics ensure highest electrical stability in adverse environment. Custom design glass encapsulated components available from this wire.

Ferry Lab
United States

Focused on methane producing anaerobic microbes from the Archaea domain, and fundamental cellular processes. Includes overview of projects, publications and contacts for researchers at the State University, Pennsylvania.

Life-Lab
Brazil

Work on the response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to stress conditions, in the presence of reactive oxygen, exposure to heavy metals and dehydration. Includes publications, collaborations, links, and contacts in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Grove Lab
United States

Working on protein-nucleic acid interactions, particularly architectural DNA-binding proteins in regulation of DNA-dependent activities. Includes profiles, publications and facilities at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge.

Chazin Lab
United States

Structure determination of calcium-binding proteins and nucleic acid fragments in solution by NMR and X-ray crystallography. Includes the Calcium-Binding Proteins Data Library at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.

Chemogenomics Lab
Spain

Development of biochemoinformatics tools and databases, the topographic analysis of molecular surfaces, and the design of protocols for screening enzymes and nuclear receptors. Includes projects and members in Barcelona, Spain.

Gray Lab,
United States

Research applying computational protein structure prediction methods in self-assembly and function. Introduces projects, people, publications and facilities at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.

Marcotte Lab
United States

Marcotte Lab combines computational/bioinformatics approaches with experimental approaches to study protein function and protein-protein interactions.

Beggs Lab.
United Kingdom

Research focused on premRNA splicing in yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, in particular the protein-protein and protein-RNA interactions. Includes projects, abstracts, and contacts for members at University of Edinburgh, Scotland.