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UNDERSTANDING GERM CELL REGULATION USING BIOINFORMATIC APPROACHES
Bioinformatics is a powerful tool which has been utilized to study diseases (i.e cancer) and complex biological systems including the immune system, neural interactions in the brain and testis biology. Only recently has ...
Genomic and Behavioral Diversity in Rainbow Trout
Genomic diversity between hatchery and wild salmonids is thought to underlie differential survival rates in the wild. Decreased survival may result from a hatchery fish's inability to properly respond to a predator. In ...
Development and Application of Spectral Databases and Mathematical Models in the Study of Plant Natural Products Biosynthesis
Plant natural products are useful for many different applications, including medicines, flavors and fragrances, and industrial uses. Two important aspects of plant natural products research are the identification of compounds ...
COMPARATIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF HEPATOCYTE GROWTH FACTOR AND MACROPHAGE STIMULATING PROTEIN IN PANCREATIC AND GLIOBLASTOMA CANCER MODELS
Pancreatic cancer and glioblastoma (GB) are aggressive cancers with poor prognoses for which no curative treatment exists. Hepatocyte growth factor (HGF) and macrophage stimulating protein (MSP) along with their respective ...