Rudensky Lab at the University of Washington, Seattle
Home page of the laboratory of Alexander Y. Rudensky. Our research is focused on the development and function of CD4 T lymphocytes and their role in T cell mediated immunity. Ongoing projects include the study of the molecular mechanisms generating MHC class II:peptide complexes, the role of self-peptide:MHC class II complexes in the development of CD4 T cells, and the development and function of regulatory T lymphocytes with an emphasis on the forkhead family transcription factor Foxp3.
The Sainsbury Laboratory is based at the John Innes Centre in the Norwich Research Park and has rapidly established a worldwide reputation in the field of molecular plant pathology and genetics.
Welcome to Dr. Terrence Delaney’s laboratory at Cornell University. The laboratory is interested in exploring molecular aspects of plant-pathogen interactions.
Research in the laboratory of Professor Christof Koch focuses on several areas: Biophysics of Computation in Single Neurons, Cortical Circuits Underlying Motion and Visual Attention, Psychophysics of Attention and Awareness, The Neuronal Correlate of Visual Awareness and Consciousness, Neuromorphic Analog VLSI Vision Systems.
The group is internationally recognized and is well equipped for both NMR spectroscopy and structural computations. We have two spectrometers, VARIAN 600, and Bruker 500, have equipment for four channel operation and pulse field gradients. All personnel involved with NMR structure determination have individual workstations (Silicon Graphics INDY R4400, Suns IPC,1+,ELC,LX,10,ULTRA1, several PC computers) for online data processing, computations and article preparations.
We are investigating the causes of common age-associated diseases as well as tumorigenesis and the defenses of tumorigenic cells against current cancer therapies. We use model organisms to make rapid progress in understanding basic cellular mechanisms, then extend these findings to mammals to determine their relevance to human disease.
The White Sea Biological Station of the Moscow State University
The White Sea Biological Station is a research and educational centre under the auspices of the Biological Department of the Moscow State University. The station is situated on the Karelian coast of the Gulf of Kandalaksha.
The research in our laboratory is aimed at understanding at the molecular level how transcriptional regulators modulate mRNA transcription. We use x-ray crystallography as a tool to study both the protein-DNA and protein-protein interactions that are involved in regulation.
Thurgau Institute for Biotechnology
BITg founded in 1999, working in the field of applied immunology. Special emphasis : rheumatology, immundeficiencies, basic immunology, biomedical equipment.
Unique Microorganisms Classification and Storage Laboratory (UNIQEM)
Unique and Extremophilic Microorganisms Database (UNIQEM) of Unique Microorganisms Classification and Storage Laboratory in INMI RAS