What can zebrafish teach us about our survival in the face of mutations?
AFTER “FREEZING” IN FEAR, WHAT PART OF THE BRAIN HELPS MAKE FISH SWIM AGAIN?
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YIXIAN ZHENG SELECTED TO DIRECT DEPARTMENT OF EMBRYOLOGY
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‘Ghost Fibers’ Left Behind by Injured Muscle Cells Guide Stem Cells Into Position for Regeneration
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INTESTINAL CELLS “REMODEL” IN RESPONSE TO A FATTY MEAL
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New work led by Carnegie’s Steven Farber, with help from Yixian Zheng’s lab, sheds light on how form follows function for intestinal cells responding to high-fat foods that are rich in cholesterol and triglycerides.
On Monday, April 16th, the Department of Embryology’s Dr. Joe Gall will host Nobel Laureate Dr. Carol Greider as a special seminar speaker in the weekly seminar series. Dr. Greider is currently the Daniel Nathans Professor & Director of Molecular Biology & Genetics...
Washington, DC—Not too long ago, biologists would induce mutations in an entire genome, isolate an organism that displayed a resulting disease or abnormality that they wanted to study, and then work backward to determine which gene was responsible for the defect.  This...
Baltimore, MD— The brain is the body’s mission control center, sending messages to the other organs about how to respond to various external and internal stimuli. Located in the forebrain, the habenular region is one such message-conducting system. Two new papers from...
Monday, April 30, 2018 - 12:15pm
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Host: Chen-Ming Fan
Monday, May 7, 2018 - 12:15pm
Oregon Health and Science University
Developmental and Cancer Biology
Host: Chen-Ming Fan
Tuesday, May 8, 2018 - 12:15pm
Carnegie Institution for Science
Department of Global Ecology
Host: Yixian Zheng