Harvard University - Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology

MCB NEWS TAG: 'NANCY KLECKNER'

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Look Mom, No Breaks! [Kleckner Lab] - April 4, 2014
Chromosomal regions of identical or nearly identical DNA sequence can ...
How Does E. coli Segregate Its Sisters without a Spindle? [Kleckner Lab] - April 26, 2013
The E. coli chromosome is a single circular unit which ...
MCB News Tags:  2013, Cell, Nancy Kleckner, publication
How to Find Your Homolog Without Losing Your Sister - Dec. 9, 2010
Meiosis is a modified cellular program by which a single ...
MCB News Tags:  2010, Cell, Nancy Kleckner, publication
Modulating the Catalytic Activity of a Protein Phosphatase by Externally-imposed Force - Feb. 19, 2010
There is widespread current interest in the roles of mechanical ...
Piggy-backing Meiotic Chromosomes - June 27, 2008
Movement plays important fundamental roles in basic chromosomal processes. Motion ...
MCB News Tags:  2008, Cell, Nancy Kleckner, publication
2007 Hoopes Prize Winners in MCB - June 8, 2007
Several students associated with MCB faculty have been awarded 2007 ...
Chromosome and Replisome Dynamics in E. coli - June 17, 2005
All cells are faced with two very basic problems each ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Cell, Nancy Kleckner, publication
Nancy Kleckner: A Life In Science - May 4, 2005
Last fall, members of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO ...
MCB News Tags:  2005, Nancy Kleckner, profile
Do Chromosomes Work through Stress? - Aug. 25, 2004
A paper in the August 24 issue of Proceedings of ...
New Light on Crossover Differentiation - June 16, 2004
A paper just published from the Kleckner lab in Cell ...
MCB News Tags:  2004, Cell, Nancy Kleckner, publication
Amy Jordan Receives Peralta Award - Dec. 10, 2003
The Ernest Peralta Fund Award for 2003-04 was given to ...