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Glutamate Dehydrogenase and Insulin Regulation
https://www.danforthcenter.org/projects/glutamate-dehydrogenase-and-insulin-regulation
Glutamate Dehydrogenase and Insulin Regulation, , ,
(People Behind the Science) Dr. Blake Meyers: Researching RNA Regulation of Reproduction in Plants
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(people-behind-the-science)-339-dr.-blake-meyers-researching-rna-regulation-of-reproduction-in-plants
The focus of Blake’s research is on small RNAs in plants. His lab studies how RNAs are used to regulate the complex machinery of cells, particularly in the context of plant reproductive biology.
(People Behind the Science) Dr. Blake Meyers: Researching RNA Regulation of Reproduction in Plants, Dr. Blake Meyers is a Member Principal Investigator at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and a Professor in the Division of Plant Sciences at the University of Missouri. He received a B.A. in Biology from the University of Chicago, and went on to receive his MS and PhD in Genetics from the University of California, Davis. Afterwards, Blake completed postdoctoral fellowships at Dupont
Meet 14th Annual Fall Symposium's Speakers 961
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The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center will be hosting its 14th annual Fall Symposium from Wednesday, September 26th – Friday, September 28th, 2012. This year’s symposium will feature lectures by influential experts from all across the world who w ...
Research Institute in 1981, he cloned the TE Mu1, and went on to show its regulation associated with DNA, sequence analysis. Since 2008, it has focused on mapping and modeling transcriptional regulation networks
Researchers Demonstrate Green Tea Compound is Effective in Treating Genetic Disorder and Two Types of Tumors
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/news-releases/news-item/Researchers-Demonstrate-Green-Tea-Compound-is-Effective-in-Treating-Genetic-Disorder-and-Two-Types-of-Tumors
ST. LOUIS, MO, August 15, 2011—A compound found in green tea shows great promise for the development of drugs to treat two types of tumors and a deadly congenital disease.  The discovery is the result of research led by Principal Investigator, Dr. Th ...
. For decades it was not clear why animals required such regulation but other kingdoms did, /hyperammonemia (HHS), is caused by the loss of some of this regulation. In this disorder, patients
Intern’s Experience Furthers Efforts to Develop More Productive Crops
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/intern-s-experience-furthers-efforts-to-develop-more-productive-crops
Prestigious Goldwater Fellowship Awarded to Danforth Center REU Intern
in regulation of G-protein mediated processes in plants. Explaining such mechanisms is important, . Additionally, she pursues independent research in a plant genomics lab, studying the regulation
New York Times National Correspondent to Address the Public’s Perception of Scientific Data at the Danforth Center’s Conversations Event
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/new-york-times-national-correspondent-to-address-the-public-s-perception-of-scientific-data-at-the-danforth-center-s-conversations-event
Let's Talk About...Technology, Truth and the Public
New York Times National Correspondent to Address the Public’s Perception of Scientific Data at the Danforth Center’s Conversations Event, Amy Harmon, Pulitzer Prize winning author and New York Times National Correspondent will be the featured panelist at the Danforth Center’s Conversations Series on Thursday, November 17. Amy is an acclaimed writer whose work provides an in-depth look at topics including ethical scientific issues, DNA and GMO regulation and new technologies with a humanistic
New Discoveries Offer Critical Information for Improving Crop Yield
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/sona-pandey/lab-news/new-discoveries-offer-critical-information-for-improving-crop-yield
Danforth Center research is addressing environmental issues related to production agriculture.
to additional proteins that are involved in the regulation of G-protein signaling pathways in plants, and added, to the regulation of nodule formation in legumes such as soybeans and yield enhancement by controlling seed size and seed number. They recently discovered the role of G-proteins in regulation of nodule, . This research was published in The Plant Cell titled “Phosphorylation-Dependent Regulation of G-Protein Cycle
Scientist of the Week: Tom Smith
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Every Thursday, Laboratory Equipment features a Scientist of the Week, chosen from the science industry’s latest headlines. Last week's scientist showcased Tom Smith at Donald Danforth Plant Science Center for his discovery of a compound found in gre ...
extensively studied since the 1950's because it has such complex regulation in animals. To that end, my
How are Plants and Medicines Related?
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At the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center we strive to improve the human condition through plant science. An area of research we concentrate on is how plants make special chemicals called natural products. These chemicals frequently are used as med ...
to Human Health project, to study and to understand the complete formation, storage and regulation
Sona Pandey
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is conserved in all organisms, but critical differences exist in their function and regulation. In plants, are involved in regulation of processes that directly affect plant yield: control of seed number and size, and regulation of G-protein signaling from across the evolutionary breadth of plant lineage. MAPPING ABA, relatively limited. They have previously reported on the role of GTG proteins in regulation of ABA