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Research Groups and Centers Websites

Most research activities will either occur in academic departments or in research institutes (which may either be in universities or external). Both of these are included in this category.- Category ID : 417269
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Institute for Anatomy and Special Embryology, University of Fribourg

Contact and staff information, current seminar schedule, and job announcements. Site in English, German, and French.
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Centre for the Molecular Genetics of Development

Facilities, staff, publications and meetings for understanding the rules and mechanisms that govern the behaviour of cells during development, with research groups at the University of Adelaide and The Australian National University.
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Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology

Departmental website with the information on the faculty, and seminars at University of California, Los Angeles.
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Department of Neurogenetics

Transgenic techniques, natural and engineered mouse mutants and the tools to study neural development and the pathomechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases, at Max-Planck-Institute of Experimental Medicine, Göttingen, Germany.
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Hubbard Lab

Developmental genetics of gonadogenesis and germline development in C. elegans, and computer modeling and simulation of C. elegans development.
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Carnegie Institution for Science Department of Embryology

Research center for human developmental biology, formed in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University Department of Anatomy. Includes information about the department, its staff, and seminars.
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A Pond in Seattle

Research overview, details of methodology, such as Xenopus cDNA probes, for expression during embryonic development and related Wnt gene and zebrafish links, from laboratory at the University of Washington.
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Nusse Lab

Research on signaling by Wnt and frizzled proteins during embryogenesis, their interaction with BMP, hedgehog and FGF molecules, in Drosophila and in mammalian cells. Includes gene database, protocols, publications at Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Stanford, CA.
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