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 ...

Van den Heuvel Lab

Utrecht - Netherlands

Research group focusing on the cell-cycle entry and exit control, the relationship between proliferation and differentiation, and the mechanisms of asymmetric cell division. Lists members, publications, meetings and location near Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Agapornis Page Hosted by Dirk Van den Abeele

Developed to familiarize the layman with the lovebird family.

Bear Den

Waterford. A wildlife zoo and petting farm. Includes visitor information, photos, and special events.

Iguana Den
United States

Includes feeding, care, and housing information.

Doyle's Dart Den
United States

Information about the care of poison dart frogs.

Kelvin's Dragon Fish Den
United States

Pictures and links to Arowanas.

Van, Dao Thi
United States

Research on the biology of a luminous mushroom, Omphalotus af. illudent. University of Natural Sciences, Ho Chi Minh City, VietNam.

Van Kaer, Luc
United States

Article on mechanisms of antigen processing and T cell repertoire selection. By an Associate Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN.

Van Impe, Jacques

Research is focused on field ornithology, particularly wild geese and waders. Personal information and publications.

Leeuwenhoek, Antony van (1632-1723)
United States

Made several key discoveries in biology at the microscopic level, such as the existence of bacteria and other single cell phenomena.

Schlotter-van Wettum Racing Pigeons

Information about one of the best performing Janssencolonies in the Netherlands. In Dutch and English.