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         Developmental Biology:     more books (100)
  1. Plant Development, Volume v91 (Current Topics in Developmental Biology) by Marja Timmermans, 2010-09-03
  2. Genes and the Agents of Life: The Individual in the Fragile Sciences Biology by Robert A. Wilson, 2004-09-13
  3. Understanding Ageing (Developmental and Cell Biology Series) by Robin Holliday, 1995-01-27
  4. Development of Neural Circuitry, Volume 87 (Current Topics in Developmental Biology)
  5. Kinetic Theory of Living Pattern (Developmental and Cell Biology Series) by Lionel G. Harrison, 2005-09-15
  6. Morphogenesis: The Cellular and Molecular Processes of Developmental Anatomy (Developmental and Cell Biology Series) by Jonathan Bard, 1992-07-31
  7. The Mitochondrion in the Germline and Early Development, Volume 77 (Current Topics in Developmental Biology)
  8. Developmental Plasticity and Evolution by Mary Jane West-Eberhard, 2003-03-13
  9. Molecular Developmental Biology by T. Subramoniam, 2008-05
  10. Mouse Models of Developmental Genetic Disease, Volume 84 (Current Topics in Developmental Biology)
  11. Plant Developmental Biology - Biotechnological Perspectives: Volume 2
  12. Experimental Developmental Biology: A Laboratory Manual by Laura R. Keller, John H. Evans, et all 1998-12-24
  13. Molecular Biology of Aging (Cold Spring Harbor Monograph Series 51) by Leonard P. Guarente, Linda Partridge, et all 2007-10-30
  14. Developmental Origins of Health and Disease

61. CIP Home Page
Ph.D. and M.S. degrees are offered in Cell Biology, Physiology, and developmental biology.
to the Cell Biology, Physiology, and Developmental Biology Section
at Illinois State University
General Information
Learn about graduate programs and graduate courses in biology at Illinois State University The Scholar-Educator Option of the Ph.D. program A list and description of the graduate courses available in CPD Degree requirements (M.S and Ph.D.) How to obtain more information about the graduate program in
Biology at Illinois State University
Name Title Research Interests David W. Borst Professor of Biological Sciences and Section Head Endocrine regulation of arthropod development, growth, and reproduction; Cellular and molecular actions of hormones; Comparative endocrinology Kevin A. Edwards Assistant Professor of Genetics Characterization of cytoskeletal and signal transduction proteins using molecular, genetic, and cell biological techniques in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster . DNA, chromosomal and morphological evolution in the genus Drosophila. Paul A. Garris

62. BCM - Developmental Biology
BCM developmental biology BCM Home Application DB Program Faculty PhDProgram Events Contact Community About the Program general
About the Program
... general information about the program and the field.
Faculty Research Activities
... information about the faculty and their research interests.
Graduate Program
... information about the doctoral program, including the first-year curriculum, the application form, and the graduate students in training.
... information about activities, such as seminars and the annual retreat.
Contact Information
... the appropriate people to contact about various aspects of the program.
Community Information ... information about the Texas Medical Center and the Library, the city of Houston, and the Houston community. This material is based upon work currently supported by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) under Grant ES07332, and the Texas Gulf Coast Chapter of the March of Dimes Foundation (MOD), and previously supported by the Markey Charitable Trust and the National Science Foundation (NSF). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NIEHS, MOD, Markey, and NSF. Catherine Tasnier (

63. SDB Member's Lab Web Sites
Annotated links to web sites of members of the Society for developmental biology.


Site Map


Lab Web Sites of SDB Members
Note: If you are a SDB member and you have a Lab Web site you want posted here, please fill out a request form
Arranged alphabetically by member's last name:
B C D ... H I J K L M N ... P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Stephen Alexander's laboratory at the University of Missouri uses Dictyiostelim discoideum as a model system for studies on: 1. molecular and cellular mechanisms of resistance to anticancer drugs; 2. regulation of protein secretion during development. The Laboratory of Parker Antin at the University of Arizona studies mechanisms of vertebrate development. Current research includes investigating the roles of inductive and transcriptional regulation in the formation of heart precursors, primarily using avian embryos and murine embryonic stem cells as model systems. Ethan Bier's Lab, Department of Biology, UC San Diego, is interested in how the Dpp and EGF-R signaling pathways interact to define the neurogenic region of the Drosophila blastoderm embryo, and how these two pathways then collaborate to promote wing vein development during early metamorphosis. They use a combination of molecular and genetic approaches to investigate these developmental questions. Helen Blau's Laboratory , Stanford University School of Medicine, is internationally known for establishing the plasticity of the differentiated state. Dr. Blau's elegant heterokaryon experiments proved that silent muscle genes could be activated in diverse specialized adult cells. Recently she showed that adult bone-marrow-derived stem cells are similarly plastic. Her innovative approaches have profoundly impacted biology and medicine.

64. BBSRC - The Science We Support - 7 Areas - Genes And
Genes and developmental biology Committee (GDB). to top. Grants awardedby Genes and developmental biology Committee. Current research

65. ComBio2003
ComBio is a fully integrated meeting incorporating the Annual Conferences of the Australian Society for Biochemistry Molecular Biology , the Australian and New Zealand Society for Cell and developmental biology , and the Australian Society of Plant Physiologists.
C o m B i o 2 3
28 September to 2 October 2003 The ComBio2002 website is no longer active. Please wait and you'll be redirected to the website.

66. Scottish Developmental Biology Group - Official Website
The Scottish developmental biology Group (SDBG) is an informal group of researchersfrom Scotland and Northern England, who share an interest in various
Scottish Developmental Biology Group - Official Website Scottish Developmental Biology Group - Official Website

67. PENN Cell & Developmental Biology
Charles P. Emerson Jr., Chair University of Pennsylvania Medical Center1157 BRB II/III 421 Curie Blvd. Philadelphia, PA 191046058
Charles P. Emerson Jr., Chair
University of Pennsylvania
Medical Center
421 Curie Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA
19104-6058 USA
Tel: 215-898-8046
Fax: 215-898-9871

68. Sloan-Kettering - Developmental Biology
Investigators in the developmental biology Program study the mechanisms that controlcell proliferation, cell differentiation, tissue patterning and tissue
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Developmental Biology
Kathyrn Anderson, Program Chairman
Researchers in the Developmental Biology Program study the mechanisms that control development from the single cell of the egg to the adult animal. A variety of experimental tools are used, including genetics, cell biology and biochemistry, in order to address complex questions of pattern formation, organogenesis and morphogenesis in the context of the whole animals. Drosophila, mouse, and chick embryos are all studied, according to which animal is the most appropriate for the questions asked. Developmental Genetics
Many key regulators of development have been identified in genetic screens. Researchers at SKI are using forward genetics in both Drosophila and the mouse to characterize more of the genes and processes that control patterning, morphogenesis and cell type determination during development.

69. Biology 349: Developmental Biology
BIO 349
A course on the classical,
genetic, and molecular analysis
of embryonic development Instructor:
Klaus O. Kalthoff Office/Hours: BIO 313 / Tue 10-11 am or by appt. Telephone: (512) 471-1412 or 471-7156 E-mail: About this Course Minipapers Syllabus ... How to Study Effectively Website maintained by Dr. Klaus Kalthoff
E mail:
Last modified: 24 August 2001

70. Journal Of Heredity
Articles discuss gene action, regulation, and transmission in both plant and animal species, including the genetic aspects of botany, cytogenetics and evolution, zoology, and molecular and developmental biology.
Print Subscribers - Register here for Free Online Access View Current Issue
November 2002
Search for Articles
Browse the Archive Email notification of TOCs ABOUT THE JOURNAL ... RELATED LINKS Other Oxford University Press journals that may be of interest:
Behavioral Ecology
Journal of Experimental Botany Journal of Plankton Research Mutagenesis ... Human Molecular Genetics
For faster access from selected countries outside of North America use this URL: Journal of Heredity is published for the American Genetic Association by Oxford University Press assisted by Stanford University Libraries' HighWire Press
Online ISSN: 1471-8505

71. Developmental Biology
The developmental biology Program at Washington University provides students withopportunities to examine fundamental problems of development in a wide range
How do cells in different parts of an embryo come to express very different sets of genes? How do different types of developing cells become arranged in functionally significant spatial patterns? How are such developmental processes programmed in the genome? These are a few of the questions that fascinate developmental biologists and that are being answered in detail by the application of the powerful techniques of modern cell and molecular biology. The Developmental Biology Program at Washington University provides students with opportunities to examine fundamental problems of development in a wide range of model systems. Students and faculty in the Program employ a combination of genetic, cytological, immunological, microsurgical and biochemical approaches in elucidating the molecular mechanisms underlying developmental processes. For information regarding career path and complete program guidelines

72. Developmental Biology

73. Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology Research At UCSB Libraries -- Intern
InfoSurf Logo, You are here Home Research Help By Subject Molecular,Cellular developmental biology Internet Resources.
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PEGASUS : UCSB library books and other items (on the shelf, on order, or checked out). Melvyl : Lists books and other materials in the UC system libraries. Biology Books Online
Current Protocols lab manuals with step-by-step protocols. Includes many titles useful for biologists. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences largest single reference work ever published in the biological sciences. Merck Veterinary Manual : the single most comprehensive electronic reference for animal care information. Prokaryotes a handbook on the biology of bacteria.
Find Articles: Biology Databases
Biosis Previews (1969+) Best database for biology and life sciences. Indexes articles, books, conference proceedings, and tech. reports. Biological Sciences Database (1982+) Biomedicine, biotechnology, zoology, ecology, and some aspects of agriculture and veterinary medicine. PubMed : (1966+) Index to medical literature from the National Library of Medicine. Science Citation Index (1945+) Science Citation Index; including biology and related subjects. Biology Digest (1989+) covers the latest developments in biological research and the life sciences.

LINKS OF INTEREST IN EMBRYOLOGY developmental biology. Cell, Molecular and DevelopmentalBiology page, Health Science Links. Health Sciences page, ISAS homepage.
Embryology and Developmental Biology Courses Embryology and Developmental Biology Journals Embryology and Developmental Biology Societies and Associations Morphology Links ...
  • Other Links Cell, Molecular and Developmental Biology page Health Science Links Health Sciences page ISAS homepage ... Armando G. Amador, M.D. Last updated on February 15, 2003
  • 75. Autism Medical Research & Funding. To Target The Autism Genome Is Our Goal.
    Nonprofit organization that brings technologies such as Reverse Functional Genomics and other breakthroughs in developmental biology, stem cells and genomics to Autism Research.
    Autism medical research funding by Target Austism Genome. TAG funds medical research to target the autism genome, with the hope of discovering therapies that will cure or ease the effects of autism.
    Mission About Autism The TAG Difference Research ... Contact TAG
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    The identification and treatment of the underlying genetic abnormalities has the potential to relieve families from the daily agonies brought about by Autism and give life back to those individuals who live in confinement, isolation and confusion.
    This integrated approach enables scientists to study thousands of genes simultaneously in a logical, systematic manner. TAG is registered with GuideStar, the National Database of IRS-recognized Nonprofit Organizations.
    Autism medical research funding by Target Austism Genome. TAG funds medical research to target the autism genome, with the hope of discovering therapies that will cure or ease the effects of autism.

    76. Biosciences At Stanford: Developmental Biology
    developmental biology. The Frontiers in developmental biology Seminar seriesbrings to Stanford a superb group of distinguished scientists.
    Developmental Biology
    The Frontiers in Developmental Biology Seminar series brings to Stanford a superb group of distinguished scientists. Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows run a major symposium on a topic of their choosing. The whole department joins together for an annual retreat with research presentations by all research groups. For more information contact:
    Vanessa Bravo
    Student Services Coordinator
    Department of Developmental Biology
    Beckman Center, B300
    279 Campus Drive
    Stanford University
    Stanford, CA 94305-5329
    650/725-7739 (fax)
    email: Also visit the Stanford Developmental Biology home page on the World Wide Web, at . This provides information about all Developmental Biology at Stanford, including the many laboratories with related interests in other departments.
    Faculty and their Research Interests
    View the Developmental Biology program faculty and research interests.
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    77. Roslin Institute, Edinburgh
    Major international centre for research on molecular and quantitative genetics of farm animals, and poultry science, with major programmes on the biology of reproduction, developmental biology and growth .
    take me to... people history associations genomics and bioinformatics transgenics and biotechnology animal breeding and welfare opportunities collaborations spin-outs news archive press releases cloning animal welfare animal breeding genomics education vacancies directions The leading centre for animal biotechnology
    Roslin Institute is one of the world's leading centres for research on farm and other animals. It has internationally recognised programmes on molecular and quantitative genetics, genomics, early development, reproduction, animal behaviour and welfare and has pioneered methods for the genetic modification and cloning of farm animals. Our research aims to provide new opportunities for three industry sectors: animal breeding, biotechnology and animal production. This research also informs national and international policy on animal welfare, the environment and genetic diversity.
    Roslin Institute, Roslin BioCentre, Midlothian EH25 9PS Scotland UK
    t: +44 131 527 4200 f: +44 131 440 0434 e:

    78. The Sanger Institute : Danio Rerio Sequencing Project
    Overview of the program to sequence the genome of the zebrafish (Danio rerio), which is known as a powerful model to study vertebrate developmental biology and disease. Includes image.
    Sanger Home Acedb YourGenome Ensembl ... Projects Home
    D. rerio Overview Frequently asked questions Enquiries/Help Services Select - BAC/PAC CLONES Blast Server Sequence FTP Clone Submission Clone Status genome MOT - WGS ASSEMBLY SSAHA Server Blast Server FTP download - WGS TRACES SSAHA Server Translated SSAHA - OTHER Online RepeatMasker Databases Select EMBL Files Trace Respository Ensembl DAS Server Mapping Select Overview Mapping Contacts Zebrafish fpc Libraries details Contacts Select Help FAQs Resources
    FTP Site Sitemap
    The Danio rerio Sequencing Project
    In February 2001 the Sanger Institute started sequencing the genome of the zebrafish ( Danio rerio ) following two strategies: clone based sequencing from BAC and PAC libraries and whole genome shotgun sequencing from plasmids. The clone sequencing data can be searched using our BLAST server or downloaded via the FTP-site whereas the whole genome shotgun data is regularly deposited in the trace repository (also see there for information about the number of single reads performed so far). Primary genomic sequence analysis including annotation will proceed through the Sanger Institute pipeline. The long term repository for curated annotation will be the zebrafish database ZFIN Frequently asked questions Zebrafish ( Danio rerio Ensembl Zebrafish
    Services Databases Mapping BAC/PAC clones

    79. Molecular, Cell, & Developmental Biology
    Molecular, Cell, developmental biology 225 Sinsheimer University ofCalifornia Santa Cruz, CA 95064 phone 831.459.2209 fax 831.459.3139.
    225 Sinsheimer
    University of California
    Santa Cruz, CA 95064
    phone 831.459.2209
    fax 831.459.3139
    Faculty research interests cover a wide range of modern biology, and are grouped in six research clusters focusing on Cell Biology, Developmental Genetics, Neurobiology, Plant Science, RNA Molecular Biology, and Structural Biology. Program faculty and students interact extensively with faculty from other biology-related programs at UCSC, including computational biology and bioinformatics, biochemistry and environmental toxicology.

    The MCDB Graduate Program is designed for students with diverse backgrounds. Rotations ensure that students experience a wide range of experimental techniques and conceptual approaches. The program is supported by a National Institute of Health Training Grant. SEMINAR SERIES
    Center for Molecular Biology of RNA

    Environmental Toxicology

    Center for Biomolecular Engineering
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    80. Vision Science Graduate Program - University Of South Carolina
    Find out about admissions, programs, and research in various laboratories at the USC Medical School including the Retinal Cell Biology Laboratory and the Departments of Ophthalmology, Microbiology and Immunology, and developmental biology.
    Today is
    Welcome to Vision Science at the University of South Carolina
    This site has information about the Graduate Program at the USC School of Medicine and the research carried out by our faculty
    The USC Medical School Biomedical Science Graduate program is now accepting applications for the fall of 2003. Click at the left or on the logo above for more information The Vision Science is a part of Biomedical Sciences and offers Ph.D. degrees in retinal cell biology, retinal immunology, lens development, glaucoma and growth factors in retinal disease Privacy and Funding Statement © 2000-2002, The Board of Trustees of the University of South Carolina
    This page last changed on Thursday, December 05, 2002
    Page maintained by Richard Hunt
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