8 edition of C. elegans found in the catalog.
August 15, 2006
by Humana Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||308|
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C. elegans Introns T. Blumenthal Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 With the cooperation of several C. elegans gene sequencers, I have collected data on 53 worm introns. This is a brief report on some of the similarities and differences between introns of C. elegans and those of other metazoans. 1. C. elegans introns are unusually short (Fig. 1). You are invited to attend the 20th International C. elegans Meeting. The meeting will be returning to the University of California, Los Angeles and will be held June , Cutting-edge research is presented on diverse topics, including: physiology, neurobiology, development, ecology and evolution, behavior, aging, ecology, gene regulation and genomics.
WormBook: the online review of Caenorhabditis elegans biology Lisa R. Girard1,*, Tristan J. Fiedler3, Todd W. Harris3, Felicia Carvalho4, Igor Antoshechkin1, Michael Han5, Paul W. Sternberg1,2, Lincoln D. Stein3 and Martin Chalfie6 1Division of Biology, and 2Howard Hughes Medical Institute, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA , USA, 3Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 1. C. elegans has been a popular model organism for biological research for over 30 years. With the publication of its entire genome sequence in , it is even more important and this book provides all the essential information for its use.
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WormBook is a comprehensive, open-access collection of original, peer-reviewed chapters covering topics related to the biology of Caenorhabditis elegans and other ok also contains: WormMethods, a collection of protocols for nematode researchers; WormHistory, personal perspectives on C.
elegans research; and the Worm Breeder's Gazette, an informal, non-refereed, biannual. elegans has a rapid life cycle (3 days at 25° from egg to egg-laying adult) and exists primarily as a self-fertilizing hermaphrodite, although males arise at a frequency of.
"Provides information for researchers working with C. elegans book elegans, giving basic background on the organism's natural history, anatomy, life cycle, and evolution, and then detailing methods for using C.
elegans in research. Tells how to obtain and grow C. elegans, and discusses the C. elegans genome project, transformation of C. elegans, reverse genetic techniques, analysis of /5(4). elegans II attempts to provide a core of knowledge that builds upon the first book produced by the C.
elegans community, The Nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, edited by W.B. Wood and the Community of C. elegans Researchers (). ''C. elegans Atlas and WormAtlas provide an invaluable aid to the study C. elegans book this important research subject and will make a vital contribution to future progress with this model system.'' --Genetics Research''With this gorgeous volume, the authors and publisher have provided the C.
elegans, community with a vital foundation for research into development, physiology, genetics, and : Spiral-bound. elegans II, 2nd edition Cold Spring Harbor Mongraph Series, Vol. 33 Editors: Donald L Riddle, Thomas Blumenthal, Barbara J Meyer, and James R Priess.
Caenorhabditis Elegans has been a popular model organism for biological research for over thirty years and has been used to investigate many aspects of animal development, for example apoptosis, the Hox genes, signal transduction pathways, and the development of the nervous system.
It has recently taken on new importance with the publication of the entire genome sequence in An updated edition of the classic Methods in Cell Biology vol this book emphasizes diverse methods and technologies needed to investigate C.
elegans, both as an integrated organism and as a model system for research inquiries in cell, developmental, and molecular biology, as well as in genetics and directing its audience to tried-and-true and cutting-edge recipes for.
Science, 11 December C. elegans: Sequence to Biology,American Association for the Advancement of Science, Science, VolumeNumber pages with illustrations. In Sydney Brenner chose the free-living nematode Caenorhabditis elegans as a promising model system for a concerted genetic, ultrastructural, and behavioral attack on the development and function of a simple nervous system.
Since then, with the help of a growing number of investigators, knowledge about the biology of "the worm" has accumulated at a steadily accelerating pace to the extent.
Abstract. WormBook is an open-access, online collection of original, peer-reviewed chapters on the biology of Caenorhabditis elegans and related WormBook was launched in June with 12 chapters, it has grown to over chapters, covering nearly every aspect of s research, from Cell Biology and Neurobiology to Evolution and by: Description Studies of the cells and genes of the nematode C.
elegans have become a cornerstone of current biology. A classic Cold Spring Harbor monograph, The Nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, described the basic genetics, anatomy and development of the organism. Now, in that authoritative tradition, comes C.
elegans II-- not a second edition but a book that breaks new ground and defines. elegans is a free-living, self-fertilizing hermaphroditic roundworm (Brenner, ).The rapid generation time (3 days), large brood size (– self progeny), small size (adult mm), simple anatomy.
Presynaptic ryanodine receptors are required for normal quantal size at the C. elegans neuromuscular junction. J Neuro J Neuro Read Full Text. The book emphasises what a powerful and important model C.
elegans is, by illustrating how much is already known about this organism, its natural Cited by: 4. elegans microinjection. Contributed by Ian Chin-Sang, Queens University, ON, Canada. One way to make transgenic animals in C.
elegans we use a microinjection technique. Briefly, a DNA construct (plasmid, cosmid or YAC) or PCR product with your gene(s) of interest is mixed with a co-injection marker and injected into the distal gonad (syncytium).
Molecular biology has driven a powerful reductionist, or “molecule-c- tric,” approach to biological research in the last half of the 20th century. Red- tionism is the attempt to explain complex phenomena by defining the functional properties of the individual components of the system.
Bloom (1) has. Molecular biology has driven a powerful reductionist, or “molecule-c- tric,” approach to biological research in the last half of the 20th century.
Red- tionism is the attempt to explain complex phenomena by defining the functional properties of the individual components of the system.
If you have read Dr. Seung’s book – “The Connectome: How the Brain’s Wiring Makes Us Who We Are”, you probably know that our story begins with a little worm – C.
Elegans. It was the first organism to have its connectome mapped. Mapping. Caenorhabditis elegans Caenorhabditis elegans is a microscopic (~1 mm) nematode that normally lives in has become one of the "model" organisms in biology because: It is a true animal with at least rudiments of the physiological systems — feeding, nervous, muscle, reproductive — found in "higher" animals like mice and humans.
Description Derived from the acclaimed online “WormAtlas,” C. elegans Atlas is a large-format, full-color atlas of the hermaphroditic form of the model organism C. elegans, known affectionately as “the worm” by workers in the ed by the editors of the WormAtlas Consortium, David H. Hall and Zeynep F.
Altun, this book combines explanatory text with copious, labeled, color.C. elegans initiates pharyngeal pumping at min after the first cell cleavage and hatches at min (von Ehrenstein and Schierenberg, ; Sulston et al., ; Bird and Bird, ).
For greater detail see Chisholm and Hardin, in WormBook.Authoritative and practical, C. elegans: Methods and Applications, Second Edition aims to ensure successful results in the further study of this dynamic field.
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