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U.Va. pharmacology lab finds wrinkles in cells contribute to age-related diseases - University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily


University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily
A research team led by Pharmacology Asst. Prof. Irina Bochkis used a liver disease model to study age-associated diseases related to metabolism at the cellular level. The lab found that some diseases, including fatty liver disease, are caused by ...

Lab identifies new model to study connectivity in the developing brain - Medical Xpress


Medical Xpress
Dr. Francis, associate professor of neurobiology, details how NRX-1, the nematode equivalent to the neurexin protein in mammals, must be present for the formation of synaptic connections between specific types of neurons. In addition, the researchers ...

Human nature? Why ecology is a critical part of city infrastructure - GreenBiz


GreenBiz
Tom Carver, BRINK News executive editor, spoke with Timon McPhearson, associate professor of urban ecology and director of the Urban Systems Lab at The New School, about the fast-emerging field of urban ecology and the importance of treating nature ...

Kraus Lab

Denver - United States

Access to the Cystathionine beta synthase (CBS) and Propionyl-CoA Carboxylase (PCC) mutation databases, list of publications and contact details of personnel at the University of Colorado, Denver, CO.

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

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United States

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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.