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Caenorhabditis elegans Movies
Links to films showing the growth and development of C. elegans from researchers worldwide, housed in the laboratory of Bob Goldstein at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Development of Sensory Structures in C. elegans
Research on ciliogenesis, publications, lab facilities and contacts at Stockholm, Sweden.
Provides information on the use of Caenorhabditis elegans as a model organism.
The Goldstein Lab
Postdoctoral position available, people, publications and studies at the cellular level on Caenorhabditis elegans embryos, at UNC Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The Roy Laboratory
Research interests are focused on the modulation of the cell cycle throughout development. Since the completion of the Caenorhabditis elegans genome sequencing project, this nematode makes an ideal subject for study.
Van den Heuvel Lab
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.
Group with research interests structure-function relationships of globins and aging, using molecular phylogeny of C. elegans. Also includes members, publications, related links and contacts at Ghent University, Belgium.
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