Lecture - Research Technologies in Developmental Biology
|Embryology - 16 Nov 2018 Expand to Translate|
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- Where is the gene/protein expressed during development?
- What does the gene/protein do?
The lecture will introduce the research techniques in the mouse model that are currently used to answer these question.
Here are the lecture slides.
Search the Journal Development Techniques and Resources
Andrew C Oates, Nicole Gorfinkiel, Marcos González-Gaitán, Carl-Philipp Heisenberg Quantitative approaches in developmental biology. Nat. Rev. Genet.: 2009, 10(8);517-30 PubMed 19584811
M K Richardson, J E Jeffery, M I Coates, O R Bininda-Emonds Comparative methods in developmental biology. Zoology (Jena): 2001, 104(3-4);278-83 PubMed 16351842
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