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|Trent, Michael||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||In order to survive, bacteria must quickly respond to changes in the surrounding environment. Trent is interested in how diverse environmental stimuli promote changes in conserved microbial structures …|
|Ulug, Emin||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology|
|Vokes, Steven||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology||The current experiments at the Vokes Lab deal with identifying specific classes of Gli target genes in the limb and determining co-factors that might be involved in their regulation. A second major …|
|Walker, James||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||Cell division in bacteria. One of our research interests is the mechanism of DNA replication in the bacterium Escherichia coli and the relation of replication to the cell division cycle. Most of the …|
|Wallingford, John||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology||Molecular and cellular basis of embryonic morphogenesis: The process by which embryos acquire their final shape involves the coordination of cell fate decisions with cell movement. Those at the …|
|Whiteley, Marvin||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||Bacteria exhibit many social activities and represent a model for dissecting social behavior at the genetic level (recently defined as sociomicrobiology). One example of social behavior in bacteria is …|
|Wilke, Claus||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Dr. Wilke works in the areas of computational and theoretical biology. HIs research can be broadly subdivided into three areas: (1) molecular evolution, (2) evolution of RNA viruses, (3) theoretical …|
|Wong, Ryan||School of Biological Sciences||Why females choose particular males has been a longstanding question in sexual selection research1. As many species have complex mating rituals, successful mating requires both the perception of …|
|Zakon, Harold||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Neurobiology||Function and regulation of ion channels; actions of hormones on the nervous system|