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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 ...

The Kennell Lab - Saint Louis University

Saint Louis - United States

Mitochondrial research, especially the genetics of filamentous fungi. Includes information describing mitochondrial genomes, mutants, extrachromosomal plasmids, and nuclear genes involved in mitochondrial function.

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Washington University in Saint Louis - Snyder Lab
United States

Studies higher cognitive functions, such as intention, using neuroscientific methods.

Saint Louis University - Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
United States

The Edward A. Doisy Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology was founded in 1923 by Dr. Edward Doisy. Dr. Doisy's legacy to the department is a tradition of dedication and excellence in science. In 1929, Dr. Doisy was the first to isolate and chemically characterize a steroid sex hormone, opening up the entire field of steroid hormones for chemical and medical investigation. In 1943, Dr. Doisy was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or

Hall Lab - Washington University in St. Louis
United States

Work involves the description of the structure (using NMR) and thermodynamics of RNA molecules, as well as the characterization of RNA protein interactions.

Saint Louis Zoo
United States

5000 animal from 700 species on 90 acres, including an insectarium, a children's zoo, and a miniature train. Site has general information, animal photos, a virtual tour, zoo history, and pet care tips.

United States

Profile of the big-game hunters, Panthera tigris altaica, that stalk the frozen wilds of the Russian Far East.

Department of Molecular Microbiology, Washington University (St. Louis)
United States

Research, graduate and post graduate education opportunities, courses, and faculty.

Neuromuscular Disease Center: Washington University, St Louis
United States

The Center provides a neuromuscular clinic, an electrodiagnostic service and a clinical laboratory. Includes detailed information on neuromuscular diseases and syndromes.

Washington University in St. Louis Cell Biology and Physiology
United States

Information about teaching, faculty, and research programs.

Washington University in St. Louis - Department of Molecular Microbiology
United States

Departmental research, graduate and post-graduate training, biotechnology, licensing.

Genome Sequencing Center - Washington University in St. Louis Medical School
United States

Focuses on the large scale DNA and genome sequence. Site features databases, clone libraries, and sequence data from a range of genomes including human, mouse, and C.elegans.