Video 36: Tom Sargent, clip 4
Tom Sargent is the chief research microbiologist in Section on Vertebrate Development in the Laboratory of Molecular Genetics, NICHD, NIH.
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16743. Video 36: Tom Sargent, clip 1
Part I: Theories on how organisms end up with differentiated cells.
16744. Video 36: Tom Sargent, clip 2
Part II: Theories on how organisms end up with differentiated cells.
16747. Video 36: Tom Sargent, clip 5
Molecules that regulate development are similar in different organisms.
16748. Video 36: Tom Sargent, clip 6
Why use other animal models to study development?
16745. Video 36: Tom Sargent, clip 3
The cell as a micro-computer that can interpret signals for different responses.
16755. Biography 36: Thomas Dean Sargent (1953- )
Tom Sargent did some of the first differential gene expression studies using cDNA subtraction.
16754. Biography 36: Igor Dawid (1935- )
Igor Dawid did some of the first differential gene expression studies using cDNA subtraction.
1263. What are Model Systems? (2)
Professor David Van Vactor explains that model systems are simple organisms that allow us to study and manipulate gene function and development.
1718. Chicken (Gallus gallus)
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548. Model Center
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