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Meiosis in C. elegans

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C. elegans Facility

C. elegans microscopy/stereoscopy; genotyping and phenotyping service; generation of transgenic animals....

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C. elegans facility

a transparent, multi-cellular, eukaryotic organism, C. elegans not only facilitates the study of cellular differentiation and other developmental...

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C. elegans microbiome

We are interested in dissecting the molecular foundations of microbial influences on host health using C. elegans and its natural microbiome....

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C. Elegans Ageing Laboratory

genome is fully sequenced, and its life span is a mere 2-3 weeks. Importantly, numerous mutations have been identified in C. elegans which alter the...

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C. elegans research group

The main focus of the C. elegans research group is to investigate the mechanistic relationship between cancer and ageing using the soil nematode...

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C. elegans Neuroscience Laboratory

animals. We address these questions in a worm -- C. elegans, a fully functioning animal with a tiny nervous system (302 neurons). As the only animal...

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Cell polarity in C. elegans embryos

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Developmental genetics and autophagy in C. elegans

The focus of my research is to understand the molecular mechanisms that affect the cellular process of autophagy, and how autophagy is regulated in...

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C. elegans Heredity and Development

We want to understand the mechanisms insuring uniparental and maternal inheritance of the mitochondrial genome and the associated stakes...

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Developmental biology of C. elegans

intestine to function. Most of our work now focuses on two transcription factors that, between them, are expressed in every cell of the C. elegans embryonic...

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Dendrite Morphogenesis in C. elegans

(Drosophila melanogaster) and in C. elegans. We are using the elaborately branched PVD neuron in the worm and the elaborately branched da neurons in the fly larvae as model systems for this study. ...

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Innate immunity in C. elegans

In recent years, we have chosen to focus on how the epidermis of C. elegans reacts to infection by natural fungal pathogens. Its response encompasses...

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Genetics and Neurobiology of C. elegans

. elegans see "an overview of the model organism C. elegans"). Using the neuromuscular synapse as a model synapse, we identified several new genes...

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Cell Fate Determination in C. elegans

differentiation works in multicellular animals. C. elegans has many attributes that make it well-suited to study developmental biology, including excellent...

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C. elegans Ageing Laboratory (David Gems)

ageing in c. elegans biological mechanisms causing ageing ageing pathologies dietary restriction insulin/igf-1 signalling sex differences

, numerous mutations have been identified in C. elegans which alter the rate of ageing, with some mutants living up to 10-times longer than wild-type...

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last updated: 23 days ago

Molecular Genetics of C. elegans Development

My lab is interested in the process of morphogenesis, the development of shape and form. What are the molecules that regulate the behaviour of cells as they change their shape, position and adhesiveness to generate their three-dimensional form during morphogenesis? The answer to this question will certainly add to our understanding of the role of cell adhesion and cell signaling during tissue inflammation and metastasis. We use the genetic model organism Caenorhabditis elegans to study simple examples of morphogenetic movements. The well defined anatomy of C. elegans will allow us to analyze these processes at a level of precision not easily attainable in other organisms. My lab uses genetic, molecular biology, biochemistry, and state of the art video microscopy techniques to elucidate the mechanisms by which tissues and organs are generated. In previous work we have shown that ephrin signaling is required for proper C. elegans morphogenesis....

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Developmental cell biology using C. elegans

. Most cells in C. elegans have the same anterior-posterior polarity in terms of localizations of Wnt signaling components such as β-catenin, and divide...

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C. elegans developmental biology and genomics

, which are important signaling molecules. We employ 4D microscopy techniques for studying gene expression patterns and are developing novel software tools for analyzing, storing and modeling C. elegans gene data....

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Using C. elegans as a model organism

How centrosome duplication is controlled The functions of protein phosphatase 1 (PP1) in early development How microtubule dynamics are regulated by...

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Powell Lab - C. ELEGANS INNATE IMMUNITY

occurs. To explore the molecular mechanism of infection recognition, we searched for receptors in the nematode C. elegans, which is an established...

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Dr. Okkema's Lab - C. elegans muscle development and organogenesis

anterior end of the C. elegans digestive tract. It is comprised of several very different cell types including muscles, neurons, epithelial cells...

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Dent Lab - Behavioral Genetics of C elegans

of the major gene families of vertebrates are also represented in C. elegans. Thus, molecular mechanisms underlying C. elegans behavior are bound to be of general relevance....

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Gartner Lab, The C. elegans Group

Our studies on C. elegans are facilitated by the simplicity of the organism at the developmental and anatomical level, by the ease of its maintenance...

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Embryonic development of the nematode C. elegans

My research focuses on embryonic development in C. elegans, and the use of C. elegans as a genetic model system for human biology, including cancer metastasis, wound healing and spina bifida. ...

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