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All Seminars are held in the Gavin De Beer Lecture Theatre, Anatomy Building, Thursday 1-2pm (unless otherwise stated)

Thursday 2 July, Midday-3.00pm

Hosts: Steve Hunt and Michael Duchen

12.00pm  Riana Gaifulina: “Application of Raman Spectroscopy in the Diagnostics of Colorectal Cancer”

12.30pm  Bobby Bentham: Title tba

1.00pm  Daniel Manson: Title tba

1.30pm  Miriam Leon: “Using computational modelling to build robust synthetic genetic switches”

2.00pm  Janine Symonds: “Mathematical modelling of purine metabolism in HL60 cells”

2.30pm  Ida Barlow: “A novel peptide implicated in zebrafish sleep”


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CDB scientists identify mechanism behind brain asymmetry

15 January 2009

By studying brain development in zebrafish, PhD student Jenny Regan and colleagues in our Zebrafish Research Group have demonstrated that competition between two sides causes the brain to become asymmetrical.

Zebrafish Brain

Asymmetry is thought to be important to enable the two hemispheres to specialise and operate more efficiently.

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