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  • Srinath, Chetan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    Neurons rely on mRNA localization and local protein synthesis in neurites to regulate synaptic plasticity, axonogenesis and neural signaling. The local regulation of mRNA stability in neurites is poorly understood. To ...
  • Ellis, Donald Christian (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    An unmet and paramount need in the field of cancer research is to rapidly translate basic biological findings to clinically relevant therapeutics for cancer patients. Recent technological advances have generated many ...
  • Peterson, Alexis W (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    Here, I describe the process of generating single-domain antibodies which bind to splice variants of fibronectin containing EIIIA or EIIIB. Alpacas were immunized with either purified antigen cocktails, or from the ECM of ...
  • Owen, Jared H. (Jared Huntsman) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    Regeneration requires that the identities of new cells are properly specified to replace missing tissues. The Wnt signaling pathway serves a central role in specifying posterior cell fates during planarian regeneration. ...
  • Zhang, Lyndon N. (Lyndon Nuoxi) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2016)
    The control of transcription represents a fundamental, initial mechanism by which the regulation of gene expression is implemented. However, while much research has been done on the biochemistry and cellular function of ...
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