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.
The CMMT is a site for research on the determination and control of genetic susceptibility to disease. Lists core facilities, laboratories, staff and news from Vancouver, British Columbia.
Major research center coordinating molecular biology research. Includes sites in Grenoble, Hamburg, Heidelberg, Hinxton, and Monterotondo.
Research at EMBL emphasises experimental analysis at multiple levels of biological organization, from the molecule to the organism, as well as computational biology, functional genomics and systems biology.
Information from the Polish Academy of Sciences on the Institute, its online journals, biological databases and other activities.
Undertakes fundamental research into the structure, regulation and maintenance of the genetic material in various organisms ranging from Escherichia coli and Saccharomyces cerevisiae to human cells.
Staff, publications and research on bacteria, parasites, viruses and vectors involved in infectious disease, at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK.
The Respiratory Epithelium and Pulmonary Surfactant Investigation Group at the Universidad Complutense, Madrid. Main research areas are membrane biochemistry and biophysics, structure/function relationships in surfactant proteins and the role of pulmonary surfactant in lung physiopathology.
Provides an overview of the department and information on the faculty.
Research into cell signaling, proteomics, cellular simulation, microbiology, and development bioscience software at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Research is focused on voltage-gated sodium channels as regulators of excitability in nervous and muscle tissue. Also includes publications, people and a lab blog.
Aims to characterize the structure/function relationships of a variety of enzymatic catalysts at the atomic level. At the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington.
Research in Dr. Kathleen Giacomini's lab focuses on the roles of membrane transporters in drug absorption, disposition, targeting and in clinical drug response.
Provides details of the research being undertaken and the people involved in several labs at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland.
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