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    UNLV Cellular and Molecular Biology - This site details some of the cell and molecular biology research at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

    Cell Biology and Cytoskeleton Group - The Cell Biology and Cytoskeleton Group of the Division of Hematology at the Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School (Stossel, Hartwig and Kwiatkowski Labs) focuses mainly on the structure, function and regulation of the cytoskeleton and related areas in cell biology: actin dynamics, cell motility and mechanics, cytoskeletal polymer physics and rheology, interactions between different cytoskeletal polymer systems, phosphoinositides and signaling to the cytoskeleton. In addition, the Group has an active program of research on tuberous sclerosis.

    Hong-Chen Chen (National Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan) - Cancer cell biology: Molecular mechanisms by which extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins and growth factors regulate cell motility and the invasivity & metastasis of cancer cells.

    Laboratory of Cell and Molecular Signaling - The LCMS studies intra- and intercellular signaling with electrophysiological (patch-clamp) and fluorometric techniques, focusing on calcium signaling in immune response, muscle contraction, and neurodegeneration (from the University of Hawaii).

    Cancer and p190 RhoGAP - Bernard's Somewhat Bizarre Web Page has information on and photomicrographs of oncoprotein signal transduction, along with some music and movie links (from the University of Virginia).

    Rosenbaum Lab, University of Yale - The Rosenbaum lab studies organelle assembly using Chlamydomonas flagella as a model system.

    Laboratory of Cell Growth - Study of cell physiology in space et the University of California Medical School and VA Medical Center, SF.

    Plant Cell Biology, Lund University - A departmental Web site with research information, images and movies (Lund University, Sweden). Topics covered include photosynthesis, redox control of protein function in chloroplasts and imaging of chlorophyll fluorescence.

    The WWW Virtual Library: Cell Biology: Laboratories - This page is an index of Web sites of cell biology laboratories with denotations for sites presenting data (figures, images or movies) or protocols.

    Charles Brenner's Laboratory of Protein Structure and Cellular Function - Located in the Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University, the Brenner laboratory works on the function of Histidine Triad proteins and the discovery of new drug targets for elimination of epithelial cancers using X-ray crystallography, enzymology, and yeast genetics.

    Thevelein Lab (Molecular Cell Biology) - Prof Theveleins lab at the KULeuven researching nutrient-induced signal transduction in yeast and its role in the control of metabolism, stress resistance and growth.

    Plopper Lab, University of Nevada, Las Vegas - Research on cell migration and how it relates to cancer.

    John H. Exton, M.D., Ph.D. - Professor of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics and Pharmacology. Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Cell Signaling, Growth Factors and Hormones, G Proteins, Phospholipases.

    Hans Michael Mueller - Anopheles gambiae - Research on the immune system of the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae.

    Molecular Mechanisms of Cell Division & Development - Research reports on the molecular biology of Xenopus embryonic development and yeast molecular genetics (from the Institut de Physiologie et de Chimie Biologique, Strasbourg, France).

    Postech Signal Transduction Lab - Pohang University of Science Technology, Dept. of Life Science Dr. Pann-Ghill Suh and Dr. Sung Ho Ryu.

    The Gelfand Laboratory - Laboratoty of Vladimir Gelfand at the Department of Cell and Structural Biology, University of Illinois. The lab studies cytoskeleton, motor proteins and the mechanisms of organelle transport.

    The Lab of Saul M. Honigberg - Biology research lab at the Univ. of MO Kansas City. Research interests: signal transduction, cell cycle control and cell differentiation. Model system: S. cerevisiae.

    Orr-Weaver Lab, MIT - Research on cell growth and division and key differentiation processes at MIT.

    Publicover Research Group, University of Birmingham - Research in human reproductive biology and bone cell signalling in the Publicover laboratory covers the signals occuring in human sperm until fertilisation and also the methods through which bone cells receive signals and communicate.

    Nitric Oxide research group - The No group at St.George's Hospital Medical School: information on nitric oxide and its roles in apoptosis, angiogenesis and cell motility.

    EPR Center at Dartmouth College - A Biomedical Technology Research Center supported by the National Center for Research Resources and National Institutes of Health for the study of viable systems.

    Karyotyping - Roberts Wesleyan College - Create a karyotype of your own chromosomes using giemsa staining and G, T, and R banding techniques

    Gould Laboratory, Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Focused on understanding how the eukaryotic cell cycle is regulated; particularly how entry into mitosis is controlled and how cytokinesis is regulated.

    Polypeptid Laboratory, McGill University, Montreal - Specialised in Cell signaling, Insulin, G protein-coupled receptors, Ubiquitines.

    Center of Excellence for Structural Biology - Training center and lab is located at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Research of biological molecules by NMR, X-ray, crystallography and other techniques.


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