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Tumor-Suppressor Genes Turned Off by 3' UTR Shortening - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News


Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
... normal genes that when altered by mutation or expressed too high, become oncogenes that can transform a normal cell into a cancer cell," said Eric Wagner, Ph.D., UTMB associate professor in the department of biochemistry and molecular biology.

Study Shows How Bacteria Behave Differently in Humans Compared to the Lab - Georgia Tech News Center


Georgia Tech News Center
“Understanding which antibiotic resistance genes are highly expressed in humans may inform our therapeutic decisions on antibiotic usage,” said Whiteley, who holds the Bennie H. & Nelson D. Abell Chair in Molecular and Cellular Biology at Georgia Tech ...

Offshore spotlight on biodiversity - reNews


reNews
Taking an ecosystem-based spatial planning approach for potential North Sea energy infrastructure could contribute to the effective management and development of marine biodiversity, according to a new report by Ecofys. The report – 'Marine ...

Genes & Development

Stanford - United States

Publishes research papers of general interest and biological significance in molecular biology, molecular genetics, and developmental biology.

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Genes and Development
United States

Preview contents, abstracts since 1987, with PDF available to subscribers. Includes article search, review collection, and online submission to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Danvers, MA.

Germany

The journal reports on experimental work at the systemic, cellular and molecular levels in the field of animal and plant systems.

Genes and Development Group
United Kingdom

Research in molecular biology and bioinformatics related to mammalian organogenesis. Includes positions available, events and contacts at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

United Kingdom

Imaging resource for human anatomy, especially kidney, and other glandular organs, and the mouse altlas project Division of Biomedical Sciences, University of Edinburgh, UK.

United States

International forum for papers, particularly on work aimed at understanding the basic underlying mechanisms. Editorial and submission information, with guestbook and subscriptions to Blackwell Publishing.

Bean Genes
United States

Genome databases for a number of crop species. Includes molecular mapping data, germplasm information, trait studies, identified quantitative trait loci, and pathogen descriptions.

Genes to Cells
United States

Publish papers on the biological sciences with the aim of understanding basic molecular mechanisms. Papers include protein structure, gene rearrangement, cell fate determination, and neural development . Available online.

Bean Genes
United States

Plant genome database which contains information relevant to Phaseolus and Vigna species.

Man and his Genes
France

Museum exhibit by the Cite des Sciences et de l'Industrie, Paris, about the genes contained within the nucleus of our cells. Features different flash movies and an online biology dictionary to explain DNA sequencing.

France

A listing of Drosophila genes involved in the immune response.