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Chalfie, Martin. NII (Japan) NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of France National Library of Israel National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland BIBSYS

Chalfie, Martin, 1947-.... National Library of the Czech Republic Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Sweden

Chalfie, M. ISNI

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Combinatorial marking of cells and organelles with reconstituted fluorescent proteins. Wikidata
Conditional gene expression and RNAi using MEC-8-dependent splicing in C. elegans. Wikidata
Degenerin similarities Wikidata
Dishevelled attenuates the repelling activity of Wnt signaling during neurite outgrowth in Caenorhabditis elegans. Wikidata
EAT-4, a homolog of a mammalian sodium-dependent inorganic phosphate cotransporter, is necessary for glutamatergic neurotransmission in caenorhabditis elegans. Wikidata
elegans. Wikidata
Erratum: corrigendum: MEC-2 regulates C. elegans DEG/ENaC channels needed for mechanosensation Wikidata
Eukaryotic mechanosensitive channels. Wikidata
FBN-1, a fibrillin-related protein, is required for resistance of the epidermis to mechanical deformation during C. elegans embryogenesis. Wikidata
GEFs and Rac GTPases control directional specificity of neurite extension along the anterior-posterior axis. Wikidata
Genetic interactions affecting touch sensitivity in Caenorhabditis elegans. Wikidata
Genetically separable functions of the MEC-17 tubulin acetyltransferase affect microtubule organization Wikidata
Genetics of sensory mechanotransduction. Wikidata
GFP, 1998: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel National Library of Sweden
GFP: lighting up life (Nobel Lecture). Wikidata
Green fluorescent protein as a marker for gene expression Wikidata
Green fluorescent protein : properties, applications, and protocols NII (Japan) NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of France Wikidata National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland BIBSYS National Library of Sweden
Hox Genes Promote Neuronal Subtype Diversification through Posterior Induction in Caenorhabditis elegans. Wikidata
Hox Proteins Act as Transcriptional Guarantors to Ensure Terminal Differentiation. Wikidata
The identification and suppression of inherited neurodegeneration in Caenorhabditis elegans Wikidata
Inhibition of catecholamine synthesis and tyrosine 3-monooxygenase activation in pheochromocytoma cells by diphenylhydantoin. Wikidata
Inhibition of cell fate repressors secures the differentiation of the touch receptor neurons of Wikidata
Ion pumps in the cornea and their stimulation by epinephrine and cyclic-AMP Wikidata
Is the traditional way of teaching three-factor mapping sufficient? Wikidata
Learning from students at Lindau. Wikidata
Loss of LIN-35, the Caenorhabditis elegans ortholog of the tumor suppressor p105Rb, results in enhanced RNA interference. Wikidata
mec-15 encodes an F-box protein required for touch receptor neuron mechanosensation, synapse formation and development. Wikidata
MEC-2 is recruited to the putative mechanosensory complex in C. elegans touch receptor neurons through its stomatin-like domain. Wikidata
The mec-4 gene is a member of a family of Caenorhabditis elegans genes that can mutate to induce neuronal degeneration. Wikidata
mec-7 is a beta-tubulin gene required for the production of 15-protofilament microtubules in Caenorhabditis elegans. Wikidata
The mechanosensory protein MEC-6 is a subunit of the C. elegans touch-cell degenerin channel. Wikidata
Modulation of C. elegans touch sensitivity is integrated at multiple levels. Wikidata
MTD-1, a touch-cell-specific membrane protein with a subtle effect on touch sensitivity Wikidata
The multipurpose 15-protofilament microtubules in C. elegans have specific roles in mechanosensation. Wikidata
A mutated acetylcholine receptor subunit causes neuronal degeneration in C. elegans. Wikidata
Nucleotide binding by the Mdm2 RING domain facilitates Arf-independent Mdm2 nucleolar localization. Wikidata
Organogenesis in C. elegans: positioning of neurons and muscles in the egg-laying system. Wikidata
Podocin and MEC-2 bind cholesterol to regulate the activity of associated ion channels. Wikidata
Regulation of Caenorhabditis elegans degenerin proteins by a putative extracellular domain Wikidata
Regulation of mechanosensation in C. elegans through ubiquitination of the MEC-4 mechanotransduction channel. Wikidata
Regulation of the Epithelial Na(+) Channel by Paraoxonase-2. Wikidata
Regulation of the mec-3 gene by the C.elegans homeoproteins UNC-86 and MEC-3. Wikidata
Retraction Note to: retraction: A cytosolic catalase is needed to extend adult lifespan in C. elegans daf-C and clk-1 mutants Wikidata
The role of cyclic adenosine 3':5'-monophosphate in the regulation of tyrosine 3-monooxygenase activity. Wikidata
Shared gene expression in distinct neurons expressing common selector genes. Wikidata
Stephen M. Schuetze (1951-1987). Wikidata
Studies of a transplantable rat pheochromocytoma: biochemical characterization and catecholamine secretion. Wikidata
Subunit composition of a DEG/ENaC mechanosensory channel of Caenorhabditis elegans. Wikidata
Targeted cell killing by reconstituted caspases Wikidata
Touch receptor development and function in Caenorhabditis elegans. Wikidata
The worm revealed Wikidata

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