Harvard University - Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology

MCB NEWS TAG: 'ALEXANDER SCHIER'

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Moving Like a Toddler [Schier Lab] - Jan. 9, 2014
According to the British embryologist Lewis Wolpert, “it is not ...
Morphogen Gradients, Non-Coding RNAs, and Multicolored Fish [Schier Lab] - July 11, 2013
In three papers published in Development, the Schier lab suggests ...
Reaction-Diffusion Patterning in Development - April 12, 2012
How do zebras get their stripes and leopards their spots ...
Taking Microscopy to the Limit -- and Beyond - Feb. 15, 2012
Even with the most powerful optical microscopes, biologists who study ...
The Chromatin Signature of Pluripotent Cells - March 24, 2010
The genomes of most animals are inactive for hours or ...
Predicting Drug Targets by Watching Zebrafish Sleep - Jan. 14, 2010
Many psychiatric drugs were discovered decades ago through serendipity. For ...
MicroRNAs and Nodal Signaling - Aug. 31, 2007
Choi et al. developed a technology to block the interaction ...
Sleeping With the Fishes - Dec. 21, 2006
Although we spend a third of our life asleep, it ...
A New Function and Mechanism for MicroRNAs - Feb. 21, 2006
Research by Antonio Giraldez, Alex Schier, and their collaborators now ...
Neural Tube Defects: Insights from Zebrafish - Jan. 13, 2006
In this week’s Nature, Brian Ciruna, Alex Schier and ...
Alex Schier's Zebrafish Offer View Into Development and Behavior - Dec. 13, 2005
They’re the first fish kids kill. But they’re ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Alexander Schier, profile
MCB Welcomes New Faculty - Oct. 28, 2005
We are pleased to announce the arrivals of new MCB ...
Alex Schier to Join MCB Faculty - Oct. 29, 2004
We are very pleased to announce that Alex Schier has ...
MCB News Tags:  2004, Alexander Schier