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Browsing Cornell University Graduate School by Subject "zebrafish"
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DECODING THE SIGNAL: INTERROGATING ELECTROPHILE SIGNALING RESPONSES IN MAMMALIAN CELLS AND Danio rerio (ZEBRAFISH) (2018-05-30)Redox homeostasis is crucial for the maintenance of organism fitness and survival. Redox imbalance is a marker of various pathologies including cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. At high levels, reactive electrophili ...
The Search for and Formation of Synapses on Zebrafish Motoneurons Across Natural Periods of Activity and Quiescence (2017-08-30)The work presented in this dissertation is an in-depth analysis of how a single neuron, the primary motoneuron of zebrafish, searches for and forms synapses across the circadian periods of activity and quiescence that ...
TOTAL SYNTHESIS OF A SURUGATOXIN PROGENITOR AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A METABOLIC REPORTER FOR IMAGING GLYCOSYLATION IN VIVO (2019-12)Organic synthesis represents perhaps the most versatile and powerful approach in the molecular sciences to construct functional molecules. Among the many applications of modern organic synthetic methods are the achievement ...