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  • Apodaca Laboratory - Research projects include the analysis of endocytic pathways and the bladder umbrella cells. Provides information on lab members, publications, protocols, training and an image gallery.
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  • Brenner Group - Research on the function of histidine triad hydrolases, and members of the nitrilase superfamily using enzymology, yeast genetics and X-ray crystallography. Located in the departments of Genetics, Biochemistry and the Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH.
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  • Cancer biology research programs at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation - Research addresses the molecular basis of fundamental biological processes underlying cancer disease. Provide information about scientists, laboratory research, publications, and career opportunities.
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  • Cellculture Research - The cell biology research group at the Department of Biomedical Research of Medical University of Vienna Austria. Provides information regarding current research in electrical microcurrent, shockwavetreatment and extracellular matrix components.
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  • CMB Department at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine - Describes the ongoing research of the cell and molecular biology department of Northwestern University.
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  • 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.
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  • Fornerod Laboratory - Research on nucleocytoplasmic transport and the nuclear envelope at the Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam.
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  • Fornerod Laboratory - Research on nucleocytoplasmic transport, chromatin biology and connections between the two at the Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • Heuser Lab - Electron microscopy visualization of cells and molecules. History, gallery, procedures, projects and staff at Washington University.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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).
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  • Laboratory of Molecular Cell Biology - Researching nutrient-induced signal transduction in yeast and its role in the control of metabolism, stress resistance and growth, at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Flanders, Belgium.
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  • Lindon Lab - Lindon lab in Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge, UK research protein pathways related to proteolytic machinery regulating mitosis and cell division.
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  • Markey Center for Structural Biology - Research on motility through cross-disciplinary research, profiles of team members, postdoctoral opportunities, job openings at Perdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.
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  • McDonald Laboratory - Research on the cellular mechanisms of angiogenesis, vascular remodeling, and plasma leakage in animal models of chronic inflammation and cancer, at the University of California, San Francisco, CA.
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  • National Laboratory for HIV Immunology - AIDS related analytical cytology, in which molecular flow cytobiology is used, at the Population and Public Health Branch of Health Canada.
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  • Neutrophil Signaling Group - Introduction to the micromanipulated delivery of zymosan, links to publications, and profiles of members in Department of Surgery, UWCM, Cardiff, Wales.
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  • 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.
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  • Orr-Weaver Lab, MIT - Research on cell growth and division and key differentiation processes at MIT.
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  • Plopper Laboratory - Current projects in cellular differentiation, migration, adhesion receptors, and of laminin domains. Includes publication list, related links and contacts for staff members, at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
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  • Postech Signal Transduction Lab - Pohang University of Science Technology, Dept. of Life Science Dr. Pann-Ghill Suh and Dr. Sung Ho Ryu. Provides information about research, publications, laboratory staff.
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  • Rosenbaum Lab, University of Yale - The Rosenbaum lab studies organelle assembly using Chlamydomonas flagella as a model system.
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  • Royle Lab - Steve Royle's laboratory at the University of Liverpool, a molecular cell biology lab interested in membrane trafficking and cell division.
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  • Seb Carreno Lab - This lab at the University of Montreal is investigating the molecular mechanisms that regulate the actin and microtubule dynamic interplay during cell division.
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  • Yakoby Lab - Describes research into the mechanisms of cell fate determination, using the eggs of Drosophila at Rutgers, Camden, New Jersey.
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