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April 6, 2013 AACR Annual Meetings The Utility of Cancer Cell Line Screens for Modeling Drug Sensitivities Moderator: Jeffrey Settleman, Genentech, Inc., South San Francisco, CA Jeremy N. Rich
March 20, 2011 HIV Evolution, Genomics, and Pathogenesis (X7) Whole Genome Sequencing and the Host Genetics of HIV-1 Acquisition and Viral Control David B. Goldstein
June 1, 2010 Emerging Themes in Infection Biology Viruses, microRNAs and RNA interference Bryan Cullen
April 11, 2010 Synapses: Formation, Function and Misfunction (Z3) Glia Cells and Synapse Formation | Ballroom 3 Cagla Eroglu
Transynaptic Mechanisms | Ballroom 3 Matthew J. Kennedy
January 5, 2009 High Content Analysis High-Content Fluorescent Microscopy Imaging Approaches to Measure Rescue of Neurodegenerative Primary Neurons in a Drug Discovery Platform Oscar Joseph Trask
December 7, 2008 AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MATRIX BIOLOGY 2008 Meeting Location Matters: Matrix Regulation of Lung Inflammation and Remodeling Paul W. Noble
Concurrent N: Factors affecting splicing of scleroderma-associated LH2 mRNA Seth Puneet,
December 1, 2007 47TH American Socieity of Cell Biology Translocation of Mammalian Lipid Droplets into the Chlamydia trachomatis Parasitopherous Vacuole. Raphael H Valdivia
Neuronal Cell Biology Michael D Ehlers
Positioning Endocytic Zones and AMPA Receptor Cycling in Dendritic Spines. Michael D Ehlers, J Lu, T D Helton, T A. Blanpied, T M Newpher
Structural Integrity of the Mature Neuromuscular Junction Requires an Ankyrin-B-dependent Localization of β- G. Ayalon, V Bennett, J. Q. Davis
Chromatin Architecture and Remodeling Laura Rusche
Building Silent Chromatin: Dynamics of SIR Spreading in Yeast. Laura Rusche, P Lynch
The Role of Cell Traction Force in Fibronectin Fibrillogenesis. Harold P Erickson
Stem Cells, Small RNAs, and Self-Renewal. S Grivna
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