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Chin-Sang Lab Summer 2012


 
Chin-Sang Lab Summer 2010

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 Chin-Sang/Bendena Lab Summer 2009 

Congratulations to

Osamu Shimomura, Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), Woods Hole, MA, USA and Boston University Medical School, MA, USA,

Martin Chalfie, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA

Roger Y. TsienUniversity of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA, USA

For the discovery and development of the green fluorescent protein, GFP Another Nobel Prize from C. elegans work! [Link] to Marty Chalfie's 1994 Science paper. 

Bruce Alberts' (editor in chief of Science) editorial on the promise of Cancer Research  click to read on... 

Hot off the press! Our PNAS paper with Dr. Bendena:

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News:

Congratulations to Drs. Andy Fire and Craig Mello for a Nobel Prize 2006!

 

 Link to the Nature paper that lead to the Nobel Prize

During the month of July the Canadian Cancer Society Profiles our research on their website.

Researcher profile of the month - Ian Chin-Sang Dr Chin-Sang is researching how cells move inside a tiny, microscopic worm to identify what genes and cellular signals are involved when cancer cells invade neighbouring tissue and distant organs. 

 

Hot off the press!

11 Feb. 2006 Issue of Developmental Biology

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  [Link to Neuron]    [PDF]

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HOT off the press!

Link  to Development   [PDF]

  Forty of Canada's most distinguished scientists in the life sciences, criticized Canadian "co-funding" programs. [PDF] of letter in Science.  Link to Letter of support in the Globe and Mail from Nobel Laureate John Polanyi.  

 Worms in Space Chin-Sang Lab photo credit

 What more can model organism tell us about fundamental biological processes? Here is a link to a recent Science research spot light by Fields and Johnston.  [PDF]

 January 23, 2004: 116 (2) 

The Worm Grid includes 5444 Caenorhabditis elegans interactions from the largescale two-hybrid study recently reported by Marc Vidal's group (Li et al Science 2004).

 Search the Drosophila Protein Interaction Database Here

Download the paper here:  Giot et al. (2003) A Protein Interaction Map of Drosophila melanogaster

Search the ASCB 2003 Abstracts here

 

A Nobel Prize for C. elegans!

The EFN-4 Paper is out:

Chin-Sang, Ian D.  Moseley S.L., Ding, M., Harrington, R.J., George, S.E., and Chisholm, A.D. (2002).  The divergent C. elegans ephrin EFN-4 functions in embryonic morphogenesis in a pathway independent of the VAB-1 Eph Receptor. Development 129: 5499-5510

Going Strong at 75:These articles from "The Scientist" mark the 75th birthday of Sydney Brenner (Jan. 13th 1927), one of the most inventive and influential scientists of his generation and the man who chose Caenorhabditis elegans as a model organism.

Principles of Development web site:

Wolpert et al. Principles of Development 2ed Companion Website

 Chin-Sang Lab 2003