Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory


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A premier institute of molecular biology located on Long Island, NY
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JUNE 9-15: COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY presents WORKSHOP ON SCHIZOPHRENIA & RELATED DISORDERS in Cold Spring Harbor, New York.
This additional intellectual property from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory further strengthens our existing portfolio of fundamental patents in the field of RNAi," said Vincent Miles, Ph.
Founded in 1890, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) has shaped contemporary biomedical research and education with programs in cancer, neuroscience, plant biology and quantitative biology.
Orion's MethylScope technology, exclusively licensed from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, is the only platform capable of detecting inappropriate DNA methylation for all human genes on a single array, providing an efficient and comprehensive biomarker discovery tool.
Information: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Meetings and Courses Program, PO Box 100, 1 Bungtown Road, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724-2213 USA, 516367-8346, fax: 516-367-8845, e-mail: meetings@cshl.
That was a big breakthrough," because it identified for scientists molecules governing cell division, says Bruce Stillman, director of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Cold Spring Harbor, N.
Watson of New York's Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory plans to explain all this and more when he publishes his research, possibly at the end of the year.
Mark Bloom, assistant director of the DNA Learning Center at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Watson, who is Chancellor Emeritus of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, then takes up the case of cancer cells largely driven by mutant proteins such as RAS and MYC.
Envisagenics, founded in 2014 as a spinout of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, applies AI to the genetic sequence of patients' RNA to discover and develop RNA therapeutics.
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press initially published a manual on imaging in 2000 (with several subsequent editions) based on a course on the nervous system; subsequent editions enlarged the scope, and the contents outgrew the single-volume format.
Editors Witkowski, executive director of the Banbury Conference Center of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, and Inglis, executive director of the center's Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, provide a collection of essays on the pioneering work of influential geneticist Charles Davenport.