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         Developmental Biology:     more books (100)
  1. Handbook of the Biology of Aging, Seventh Edition (Handbooks of Aging)
  2. Developmental Biology Research in Space, Volume 9 (Advances in Space Biology and Medicine)
  3. Computational Structural Biology: Methods and Applications by Torsten Schwede, 2008-09-02
  4. Volvox: A Search for the Molecular and Genetic Origins of Multicellularity and Cellular Differentiation (Developmental and Cell Biology Series) by David L. Kirk, 2005-09-08
  5. A Companion to the Philosophy of Biology (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy)
  6. Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Fishes, Vol 8B: Part B: Sperm Competion Hormones
  7. Current Topics in Developmental Biology, Volume 66
  8. Growth factors in cell and developmental biology: Proceedings of the British Society for Cell Biology--Journal of Cell Science Symposium, Manchester, April 1990
  9. Endosperm: Developmental and Molecular Biology (Plant Cell Monographs)
  10. Developmental Toxicology, Third Edition (Target Organ Toxicology Series) by Deborah K. Hansen, Barbara D. Abbott, 2008-10-22
  11. An Introduction to Methods and Models in Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology
  12. Developmental Biology of Teleost Fishes (Fish & Fisheries Series) by Yvette Kunz-Ramsay, 2004-12-22
  13. Developmental Biology: A Comprehensive Synthesis: Volume 7: A Conceptual History of Modern Embryology
  14. Small RNAs:: Analysis and Regulatory Functions (Nucleic Acids and Molecular Biology)

81. Center For Developmental Biology
RIKEN established the Center for developmental biology (CDB) in April 2000to leadresearch on animal development, regeneration and basic studies for medical
RIKEN established the Center for Developmental Biology (CDB) in April 2000to lead research on animal development, regeneration and basic studies for medical applications.
CDB is an international institute directed by Masatoshi Takeichi, and promotes experimental studies in various fields of developmental biology including embryology, developmental cell biology, neural developmental biology, stem cell and tissue regeneration research, evolutional biology, and post-genome project research with the aim at creating new paradigms in these disciplines. Equal emphasis will be placed on basic research for developing advanced cell and tissue engineering to bring about breakthroughs in the medical fields.
Director, CDB
Masatoshi TAKEICHI
(Ph. D.) Laboratory for Stem Cell Biology Laboratory for Organogenesis and Neurogenesis Laboratory for Vertebrate Body Plan Laboratory for Morphogenetic Signaling ... Laboratory for Animal Resources and Genetic Engineering Laboratory for Embryonic Induction Laboratory for Germline Development Laboratory for Mammalian Molecular Embryology Laboratory for Chromatin Dynamics Laboratory for Stem Cell Translational Research ... Laboratory for Sensory Development Laboratory for Neuronal Differentiation and Regeneration
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82. Cell -- Archive Of Issues By Date
Published biweekly, it includes original research articles of exceptional significance in areas including molecular biology, biochemistry, cancer research, cell biology, developmental biology, genetics, immunology, microbiology, neurobiology, plant biology, structural biology and virology.
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83. Developmental Biology - The MIT Press
developmental biology The MIT Press. BOOKS. NEW RELEASES. COMING SOON.TEXTBOOKS. BROWSE ALL. Read more about Vision, Brain, and Behavior in Birds.

84. Collaborative Program In Developmental Biology At The University Of Toronto
research interests of students and faculty, seminars, and activitiesof the graduate developmental biology program. The
The Collaborative Program in Developmental Biology at the University of Toronto Through its course offerings and activities, the program provides students with the opportunity to learn about and discuss a wide range of issues and experimental approaches in modern developmental biology. Please direct enquiries to the Program Coordinator Admission to the Program Steering committee Faculty members ... Links: Databases, Journals UofT DevBio PI Meeting:
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85. General Developmental Biology Links
General developmental biology Links. www virtual librarydevelopmental biology EducationalResources; Last Word Why is the sky blue? Why does hair turn grey?
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86. Harvard Dept Of MCB - Bio Labs Library
Graduate level texts, research monographs, and serials in biology, with an emphasis on molecular biology, cell biology, developmental biology, genetics, plant and animal physiology, immunology, and neurobiology. Site includes library policies and links to catalogs.
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87. Aging & Developmental Biology, Biomedical Research Initiative, Rochester
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88. Laboratory For Developmental Biology
The Laboratory for developmental biology is a shared service support facility of the Institute in which embryonic stem cell lines, knockout mice and transgenic mice are being produced.
The Laboratory for Developmental Biology
Director: Rick Wetsel, Ph.D. , Professor of Molecular Medicine Associate Director: Eva Zsigmond, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Molecular Medicine Manager Aleksey Domozhirov The Laboratory for Developmental Biology is a shared service support facility of the Institute in which embryonic stem cell lines, knock-out mice and transgenic mice are being produced. The laboratory was created to provide the Institute's scientists and other biomedical researchers at the Texas Medical Center with the latest technologies in this field so that their research efforts requiring genetically modified animals can be successfully realized in a timely fashion. Knock-out mice currently under investigation at the IMM have selected defects in their immune system and are being used to determine the role that defined gene products play in the pathogenesis of autoimmunity and cardiovascular diseases. For more information see Schedule of Services Telephone: (713) 500-2452 Fax: (713) 500-2424 E-Mail:

89. Center For Aging
Information about the program's research.Category Reference Education Research Programs and Projects......Center for Aging and developmental biology. Available Positions. CurrentFaculty of the Center for Aging and developmental biology.

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Rochester Alzheimer's Disease Center
Center for Aging and Developmental Biology
Available Positions Howard J. Federoff M.D., Ph.D.
Director, Center for Center for Aging and Developmental Biology
Current Faculty of the Center for Aging and Developmental Biology
Howard J. Federoff, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor of Neurology, Medicine, Microbiology
and Immunology, Oncology and Genetics Ph.D. 1979, Albert Einstein College of Medicine M.D. 1983, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Research: Herpes virus vector development and gene therapy applications; elucidation of nerve growth factor function in the adult; study of environment and genetic interactions for Parkinson's disease; development of somatic mosaic mouse technologies Paul D. Coleman, Ph.D.

90. OUC Biology
Offers a major program with concentration in Ecology, Cell and developmental biology, and Physiology. Program and degree requirements, faculty and staff, research, events and course descriptions.
Department of Biology Chair: Dr. Mary Forrest; (250) 762-5445 ext. 7560; e-mail:; fax @ (250) 470 - 6005 Course Descriptions Program and Degree Requirements Department Members Specific Course Web Resources Additional Resources:

91. Koltzov Institute Of Developmental Biology
Koltzov Institute of developmental biology The main investigations of theInstitute are focused on basic mechanisms and regularities of development
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92. TISDB - The Israel Soceity For Developmental Biology
The Israel Soceity for developmental biology ( TISDB) was established to offerthe Israeli scientific community of Developmental Biologists a framework for
In Israel there are today a large number of developmental biologists engaged in the exploration of different aspects of the cellular and molecular mechanisms which direct the highly coordinated development of multicellular organisms. Among the fields actively pursued are; the elucidation of signal transduction pathways, the analysis of gene regulatory hierarchies resulting in the right spatial and temporal regulation of gene expression, different aspects of cell-cell signaling, novel regulatory mechanisms during development and differentiation, cloning of developmental genes.
The Israel Soceity for Developmental Biology ( TISDB) was established to offer the Israeli scientific community of Developmental Biologists a framework for scientific interactions and the exchange of information within Israel and internationally. TISDB is committed to the encouragement of scientific excelence in the developmental biology research field.
TISDB among its activities focuses on the organization of a yearly meeting to promote the exchange of scientific results, the maintenance of an updated internet site of members of the society and their research, to promote developmental biology related research in Israel, and the representation of the developmental biology community in Israel.
TISDB is presently managed by:
Prof. Talila Volk

93. Molecular, Cellular, And Developmental Biology - University Of Michigan
Molecular, Cellular, and developmental biology (MCDB) 830 North University NaturalScience Building (Kraus) Ann Arbor, MI 481091048, Main +1(734) 763-7142 Fax
Welcome to our web page! We are a department of thirty-two faculty and over sixty Ph.D. students whose charge is to increase knowledge of living organisms. To do this we focus on basic research at the molecular and cellular levels of all branches of life - bacteria, plants, and animals.
Recent advances in the molecular biosciences have led to an explosion of knowledge, providing a tremendous opportunity for basic science discoveries. Recognition of this opportunity has led to significant capital investment, and our faculty currently have over $8 million in research awards from various agencies, including the National Science Foundation and the National Institute of Health.
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94. UNC Cell And Developmental Biology

95. Center For Developmental Biology
The Spring 2003 meeting will be concurrent with the meeting of the Northwest chapterof the Society for developmental biology, at Friday Harbor Marine Labs.
Headlines The Spring 2003 meeting will be concurrent with the meeting of the Northwest chapter of the Society for Developmental Biology, at Friday Harbor Marine Labs

96. Journal Of Craniofacial Genetics And Developmental Biology
Aim Scope Journal of Craniofacial Genetics and developmental biology OfficialJournal of the Society of Craniofacial Genetics As of 2001 Journal of

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98. Developmental Biology
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The purpose of this tutorial is "to aid the study of morphogenetic events during early amphibian development." Ask A Developmental Biology Question
Have questions related to developmental biology? A member of the Society for Developmental Biology can answer them. Basic Embryology Review Program This is a wonderful program developed by the University of Pennsylvania Health Systems. You can download movies about the development of the eye, ear, face, heart, and more. Must have the QuickTime plug-in to play the movies. Biology Project: Developmental Mechanisms Problem sets designed to "introduce you to the basic concepts of development in a variety of organisms."

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100. Cell And Developmental Biology Faculty List
Home Faculty Research Cell and developmental biology. Followingis a list of faculty in the Cell and developmental biology
Home Cell and Developmental Biology Following is a list of faculty in the Cell and Developmental Biology section of the Biology Division. Click on a name to see a more comprehensive description of their research. Raffi Aroian , Assistant Professor of Biology
Mechanism of action of bacterial pore-forming toxins and bacterial pathogenesis in animals. Ethan Bier , Professor of Biology
Molecular and genetic analysis of Drosophila neural development. Maarten Chrispeels , Professor of Biology
Plant molecular and cell biology. Regulation of gene expression and protein targeting. Nigel Crawford , Professor of Biology
Plant molecular biology, control of gene expression and ion transport. Richard Firtel , Professor of Biology
Mechanisms regulating gene expression and cell differentiation during development. G. proteins and signal transduction mechanisms. Douglass Forbes , Professor of Biology
Nuclear transport in vitro; nuclear pore structure; nuclear assembly.

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