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    Hofmann, Albert - Dr. Albert Hofmann, the father of LSD, psilocybin, and psilocin.

    Suter, Beat (McGill) - University lab studying the molecular genetics of development.

    Cho, Wonhwa (Chicago) - Cho group at UIC studies the mechanisms of membrane-protein interactions using model membranes and mammalian cells by means of a wide range of physical, chemical and biological techniques. Current research focuses on phospholipase A2, protein kinase C and annexin.

    Grosschedl, Rudolf (Munich) - Transcriptional control of cell differentiation. The Grosschedl lab studies various aspects of transcriptional control of cell differentiation in the mouse. Assembly and responsivness of multiprotein enhancer complexes to Wnt signaling. Gene activation in nuclear chromatin. Control of B lymphocyte differentiation.

    Wold, Marc (Iowa) - A tour of the Wold laboratory, which does research on eukaryotic DNA replication and repair.

    Pluckthun, Andreas (Zurich) - This laboratory concentrates on protein engineering and directed molecular evolution, especially of antibodies.

    Lamond, Angus (Dundee) - Professor Angus Lamond's laboratory in Dundee, Scotland, where we study nuclear organization and regulation of pre-mRNA splicing.

    Beggs, Jean (Edinburgh) - We study premRNA splicing in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, in particular the protein-protein and protein-RNA interactions within the spliceosome.

    Mellon, Synthia (San Francisco) - Studies the gene regulation of steroidogenesis, including neurosteroids.

    Cochran, Brent (Tufts) - Cochran Lab at Tufts University. Investigates growth control of mammalian cells.

    Kovac, Ladislav (Slovak Republic) - We study telomeres of yeast mtDNA, dimorphism and morphogenesis of various yeast species, as well as concepts of cognitive biology.

    Bogyo, Matthew (San Francisco) - Research focused on the development of small molecule electrophiles for the identification and study of proteolytic enzymes including the proteasome and the lysosomal cathepsins.

    Chazin, Walter J. (Vanderbilt) - Structure determination of calcium-binding proteins and nucleic acid fragments in solution by nuclear magnetic resonance. Home of the Calcium-Binding Proteins Data Library.

    Pfaffinger, Paul J. (Houston) - Research on the structure and function of voltage-gated potassium channels.

    Krug, Robert (Texas) - Regulation of the processing and nuclear export of cellular and viral mRNAs in virus-infected cells, focusing on influenza virus.

    Geilen, Christoph C. (Berlin) - Geilen lab of the Department of Dermatology, University Medical Center Benjamin Franklin, The Free University of Berlin. Research is focused on sphingolipid-mediated signal transduction in human epidermal cells.

    Cardenas and Cornish-Bowden (Marseilles) - Investigators devoted to the modeling of enzymes and multi-enzyme systems.

    Epand, Richard (McMaster U., Canada) - Research description, publications and interests.

    Yates, John (La Jolla) - The Yates Lab at The Scripps Research Institute develops new technologies for proteomic mass spectrometry such as the SEQUEST algorithm, MuDPIT separations, and the DTASelect / Contrast algorithms.

    Protein NMR Group, Copenhagen Univ. - We are dedicated to the study of the structure, dynamics and function of proteins in solution by NMR spectroscopy.

    Arnold, Frances H. (Pasadena) - Methods and strategies for improving protein function through the introduction and analysis of multiple random mutations from the California Institute of Technology.

    Levin and Buck (New York) - We are in the Department of Pharmacology at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, and we study the bicarbonate-responsive, mammalian Soluble Adenylyl Cyclase (sAC).

    Tatchell - Our lab focus is on Protein Phosphatase Type One in yeast. This site includes brief descriptions, current researchers, job openings, and a strain database.

    Boulianne, Gabrielle (Toronto) - My laboratory has been using genetic techniques available in Drosophila to study the development and the function of the nervous system. We have developed models of aging and human neurodegenerative diseases, such as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and Alzheimers Disease (AD).

    Leroux, Michel R. (Vancouver BC) - The Leroux lab at Simon Fraser University investigates, using structure-function studies, how molecular chaperones assist cellular protein folding.

    Nogales, Eva (Berkeley) - Structural biology and cryo-EM of transcription factors and cytoskeleton.

    Dixon, Jack (Michigan) - Research on protein phosphorylation, axonal guidance, and bacterial pathogenesis, with specific interests in protein tyrosine phosphatases, Dock, and Yersinia virulence proteins.

    Stephanopoulos, Gregory N. (MIT) - A research group that studies bioinformatics and metabolic engineering.

    Stoddard, Barry (FHCRC, Seattle) - Studies of structural biology at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington.

    Scemama, Jean-Luc (East Carolina) - The Scemama Lab is involved in characterizing hox gene expression in Morone saxitilis.

    Chetverin, Alexander (Russia) - The laboratory's Molecular Colony Technique aids research and biotechnology, such as nucleic acid-based diagnostics, cell-free gene cloning, expression and screening.

    Auburger, Georg (Frankfurt) - Molecular neurogenetics research dedicated to neurological genetic diseases such as polyglutamine neurodegeneration (Huntington and Spinocerebellar ataxia 2) and stroke / macroangiopathy / aneurysm.

    Inflammation & Cancer - Research on signal transduction of phosphoinositide 3-kinases in chronic inflammatory and proliferative diseases by Matthias Wymann's group at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. Preferably by train! See time table of the Swiss Federal Railways


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