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The molecular biology revolution that dominated the life sciences in the second half of the 20th century has given us an unprecedented ability to explore the behaviour of cells - the fundamental units of life - in terms of molecular processes within and between cells.

Researchers in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology combine many different high-throughput, cell imaging, and physiological methods to characterize and understand cellular and physiological processes in both model (Arabidopsis, Drosophila, Mouse, Zebrafish, Pseudomonads) and non-model organisms.

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Reversal of Morphine-induced Locomotion in M5 Muscarinic Receptor Knockout Mice with Food Deprivation but not Bilateral Infusions of VTA BDNF

EphA4 Receptor Tyrosine Kinase and PAK1 Signaling: Novel Regulators of Xenopus laevis Brachyury Expression and Involution Movements during Gastrulation

Towards an Understanding of Zebrafish Epiboly: The Characterization of the Epiboly Initiation Mutant Eomesodermin A

Regulation of AMPA Receptor Currents by Mitochondrial ATP Sensitive K+ Channels in Anoxic Turtle Neurons

Rod-like Properties of Small Single Cones: Transmutated Photoreceptors of Garter Snakes (Thamnophis proximus)

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