We have an exceptional program planned for you this year at the EMGS meeting. Dr. Mina J. Bissell, Distinguished Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, will join us Tuesday, Sept. 29, from 12:30 - 2 PM at the WEMGS Luncheon. Dr. Bissell, who is world renowned for her contributions in br
In the March Editor's Choice article, Yager and colleagues report specific cell signaling pathway perturbations that might be associated with the carcinogenic action of arsenic.
In the January Editor's Choice article, Dr. Grollman summarizes available evidence that ingestion of aristolochic acids is a current public health concern in Taiwan and mainland China, where Aristolochia herbs continue to be used in traditional practices of Chinese herbal medicine.
In the October Editor's Choice article, Dr. Mitchell and colleagues investigated whether persistant organic pollutants, epigenetic alterations, and/or copy number variations are involved in the etiology of autistic spectrum disorder.
In the March Editor's Choice article, Urbin and colleagues demonstrated, for the first time, that cell survival and RAD51 focus formation can be separated as distinct cellular properties impacted by the RAD51 gene family of proteins.