BIOL482 - CELL SIGNALING

The evolution of multicellularity required that cells be able to both send and receive signals from their neighbors. The development of organs and differentiation of cells and tissues requires reliable and continuous communication between cells. Consequences of inappropriate or anomalous signaling include development abnormalities and cancer. This class will examine mechanisms of cell-to-cell signaling between plant and animal cells with an emphasis on the cell biology of development. For Spring 2014, particular attention will be given to signaling in stem cell niches.
Section 401 - SEM
W 0330PM-0630PM
GALLAGHER, KIMBERLY
Section 601 - SEM
MW 0500PM-0620PM
WAGNER, JOHN
GODDARD LAB 102