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Category:Resource:University of California, Riverside, Department of Cell Biology and Neuroscience
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Definition <br /> Research in the Department o <br /> Research in the Department of Cell Biology and Neuroscience uses multidisciplinary approaches to understanding basic cellular processes in various tissues, including the nervous system, as well as more integrative levels of analysis, including behavior. Areas of research represented in the department include biophysical properties of excitable membranes, DNA repair, transcriptional regulation, mechanisms of toxicity, insect development, membrane transport, mechanisms of mitotic chromosome transmission, telomere maintenance, synaptic structure and function, changes in nervous system with experience, interactions of nervous and endocrine systems, reproductive biology and fertilization, chemokine function in wound healing and tumor development, glia-neuron signaling, & brainstem and spinal cord control of locomotion.<br /> al cord control of locomotion.<br />
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Label Resource:University of California, Riverside, Department of Cell Biology and Neuroscience  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 19 July 2013 00:09:13  +
ModifiedDate 19 July 2013  +
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