Gallery 41: Brian Sauer, 1982

Man (Brian Sauer) and machine, 1982.

Brian Sauer

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The simplicity of the cre/lox system.

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16864. Video 41: Brian Sauer, clip 2

How the cre/lox system works.

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16865. Video 41: Brian Sauer, clip 3

How to cut out a gene and why would anyone want to.

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How the idea of the cre/lox system come about.

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16868. Biography 41: Brian Sauer (1949 - )

Brian Sauer adapted the cre/lox recombinase system from phage for mammalian gene knock outs.

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Brian Druker talks bout a better way to treat cancer.

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15054. Restoring hope with Gleevec, Brian Druker

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