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Deng Lab develops acute endotoxemia model in zebrafish

Deng Lab develops acute endotoxemia model in zebrafish
2018-04-11

Alan Hsu, Deng Lab - Development and characterization of an endotoxemia model in zebrafish

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Aguilar Lab - "Use of induced pluripotent stem cells from Lowe syndrome patients provide insight into disease mechanism"

Aguilar Lab - "Use of induced pluripotent stem cells from Lowe syndrome patients provide insight into disease mechanism"
2018-04-02

"Use of induced pluripotent stem cells from Lowe syndrome patients provide insight into disease mechanism"

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Kihara lab predicting assembly order of multimeric protein complexes

Kihara lab predicting assembly order of multimeric protein complexes
2018-03-29

Predicting assembly order of multimeric protein complexes

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Deng Lab - Neutrophil-specific knockout demonstrates a role for mitochondria in regulating neutrophil motility in zebrafish

Deng Lab - Neutrophil-specific knockout demonstrates a role for mitochondria in regulating neutrophil motility in zebrafish
2018-03-28

Deng Lab - Neutrophil-specific knockout demonstrates a role for mitochondria in regulating neutrophil motility in zebrafish

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Mattoo lab crystallizes a Pasteurella multocida toxin with a novel enzymatic fold

Mattoo lab crystallizes a Pasteurella multocida toxin with a novel enzymatic fold
2018-03-07

Mattoo lab crystallizes a Pasteurella multocida toxin with a novel enzymatic fold

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Tropical carnivores stay social in a temperate environment

Tropical carnivores stay social in a temperate environment
2018-03-05

Tropical carnivores stay social in a temperate environment

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Dynamic Remodeling Lipids Coincides with Dengue Virus Replication in the Midgut of Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes   Mosquito gut may hold the key to preventing Dengue and Zika

Dynamic Remodeling Lipids Coincides with Dengue Virus Replication in the Midgut of Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes Mosquito gut may hold the key to preventing Dengue and Zika
2018-02-19

Mosquito gut may hold the key to preventing Dengue and Zika

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What makes a multimodal signal attractive?

What makes a multimodal signal attractive?
2018-02-13

What makes a multimodal signal attractive?

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The sensory substrate of multimodal animal communication: are females sensory ‘specialists’ or ‘generalists’?

The sensory substrate of multimodal animal communication: are females sensory ‘specialists’ or ‘generalists’?
2018-02-13

The sensory substrate of multimodal animal communication: are females sensory ‘specialists’ or ‘generalists’?

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Genetic diversity can “rescue” amphibians from a deadly pathogen

Genetic diversity can “rescue” amphibians from a deadly pathogen
2018-02-02

Genetic diversity can “rescue” amphibians from a deadly pathogen

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Bird females see male signals differently

Bird females see male signals differently
2018-01-25

Testing a key assumption in animal communication: between-individual variation in female visual systems alters perception of male signals

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The blind gap in avian binocular vision

The blind gap in avian binocular vision
2017-09-21

Study shows that the evolution of binocular vision in birds is not just about what birds can see but also about what they cannot.

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Wnt9a induces cell fate changes and rewiring of neurites into the chicken cochlea.

Wnt9a induces cell fate changes and rewiring of neurites into the chicken cochlea.
2017-09-21

Fekete lab published an article on how Wnt9a induces cell fate changes and rewiring of neurites into the chicken cochlea.

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Chubykin lab publishes an article in the Journal of Visualized Experiments

Chubykin lab publishes an article in the Journal of Visualized Experiments
2017-08-11

Qiuyu Wu, the graduate student in Chubykin lab, has published a peer-reviewed article “Application of Automated Image-guided Patch Clamp for the Study of Neurons in Brain Slices” in the Journal of Visualized Experiments.

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New mechanism to destroy viruses could lead to future therapies

New mechanism to destroy viruses could lead to future therapies
2017-07-20

Researchers at Purdue University have uncovered the way some antibodies neutralize infections caused by viruses.

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Tourette Syndrome risk increases in people with genetic copy variations

Tourette Syndrome risk increases in people with genetic copy variations
2017-07-05

An international team that just conducted the largest study of Tourette Syndrome has identified genetic abnormalities that are the first definitive risk genes for the disorder

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Leung lab established a statistical approach to analyze zebrafish locomotor behaviour

Leung lab established a statistical approach to analyze zebrafish locomotor behaviour
2017-06-19

Leung lab established a statistical approach to analyze zebrafish locomotor behaviour

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Structural Modeling of Protein Complexes with Disordered Proteins

Structural Modeling of Protein Complexes with Disordered Proteins
2017-06-16

A substantial fraction of the proteins encoded in genomes are intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs), which lack a single stable structure in the native state.

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Structure-Function relations in physiology education:  Where’s the mechanism?

Structure-Function relations in physiology education: Where’s the mechanism?
2017-06-14

Matthew Lira and Stephanie Gardner published a study in Advances in Physiology Education published June 1st, 2017 Vol. 41 no. 2, 270-278

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Hawk-eyed songbirds

Hawk-eyed songbirds
2017-06-12

Hawks and falcons have been portrayed as examples of animals with magnificent vision in the animal kingdom.

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