Archived list of the 2006 seminars at the Centre for Integrative Physiology (CIP).
- Dr Nancy Papalopulu (University of Cambridge)
- 'The neural progenitor specifying activity of FoxG1 is regulated by CKI and FGF in opposite directions'
- Dr Martin Collinson (Aberdeen University)
- 'Wound healing (somehow) in the small eye cornea'
- Dr James Hodge (Brandeis University, MA, USA)
- 'Activity and plasticity in the fly nervous system'
- Prof Tim Skerry (Division of Clinical Sciences, Sheffield)
- 'How does the skeleton respond to the effects to exercise? The role of glutamate signalling in the response of bone to mechanical loading'
- Gareth Evans (CIP, University of Edinburgh), 'Signalling to survival and death by the NMDA receptor'
- Giles Hardingham (CNR), 'Visualising cAMP-dependent plasticity of synaptic vesicle cycling'
- Chris Connolly (University of Dundee), 'Getting the right receptor to the cell surface: Receptor assembly and export from the endoplasmic reticulum'
- Dr Ian Fearon (University of Manchester), ' Oxygen-sensitive potassium channels - mediators and modulators of peripheral chemosensing'
- Hosts: Dr Iain Rowe and Prof Mike Shipston
- Dr T De Jong (University of Utrecht, The Netherlands)
- 'The role of serotonin and oxytocin in ejaculatory disorders: using the rat as a model for humans'
- 'Discovery and investigation of the neuropeptide TIP39'
- Dr Kirsi Sainio (Helsinki BioCentre, Finland)
- 'Dogs as a new model for developmental genetics and congenital disease'
- Consolidation of recognition memory in mice: What can we learn from forgetting?
- Dr Ian Adams (MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh), 'Sex determination in the mouse germline'
- Dr Lee Smith (MRC Human Reproductive Sciences Unit, Edinburgh), 'Searching for novel genes functioning in mammalian sexual development'
- 'Disorders of fetal testis development and their consequences'
- 'Transcriptional regulation in adreno-gonadal primordia development'
This article was published on Mar 23, 2010