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    • THE DEVELOPMENT OF SEXUAL DIMORPHISM IN THE DROSOPHILA GONAD 

      DeFalco, Tony (2006-08-03)
      Throughout the animal kingdom, sex-specific development is used to create different forms in males and females. Sexual dimorphism is important for successful reproduction both on social and biological levels, but is ...
    • GENE EXPRESSION PROFILING IN ISCHEMIC AND NONISCHEMIC CARDIOMYOPATHY 

      Kittleson, Michelle Maya (2006-08-03)
      Background Despite our growing understanding of the pathophysiology and management of heart failure, there exist no strategies to individualize therapy using predictors of long-term prognosis and response to therapy. ...
    • Genetics and mechanisms of telomere-mediated lung disease 

      Stanley, Susan (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2017-01-04)
      Chronic lung disease is the third leading cause of death in the United States. Emphysema and pulmonary fibrosis are two of the most common forms and are thought in part to represent a premature aging phenotype in the lung. ...
    • THE CONTRIBUTION OF MOSAIC MUTATION TO AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER 

      Freed, Donald; 0000-0003-4534-7254 (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2017-01-06)
      Background Genetic variation arises as the result of both spontaneous and artificial processes. While genetic variation and natural selection are the only tools of evolution, genetic variation is also known to also cause ...
    • Towards the genesis of neuronal regulatory catalogs and their vocabularies 

      Reed, Xylena (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2015-01-28)
      My research has focused on the identification and characterization of the transcriptional enhancers required for the development and specification of neuronal populations that are impacted in human health and disease. The ...