Guo Yi 

Name

Guo Yi

 

Position

Second year graduate student, Dalian University of Technology

Email:

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Research areas

Wireless Sensor Networks,

Measurement, Mobile Computing

Biography

Shichao Liu is currently a second year graduate student of Dalian University of Technology. He received his B.E. degree in the Department of Computer Science from Huazhong Normal University, Wuhan, China.

Marc W. Kirschner, Ph.D. is founding chair of the Department of Systems Biology. He and John Gerhart are co-authors of Cells, Embryos, and Evolution (Blackwell, ------------------------------------------

Research Interests

Organizing Space and Time. In the development of an organism, as in the theater, timing is everything.  Starting at the moment when sperm and egg meet, cells in the ------------------------

Projects

Some of the most fascinating problems of biology concern spatial organization and temporal control. The embryo developing from a single egg generates a pattern of differentiation and growth that is closely controlled and, especially in vertebrate 

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Select Publications

Lee, K., Gallop, J.L., Rambani, K., & Kirschner, M.W. (2010). Self-assembly of filopodia-like structures on supported lipid bilayers. Science, 329(5997), 1341-1345. PMID: 20829485. PMCID: PMC2982780pdf.
Deibler, R.W. & Kirschner, M.W. (2010). Quantitative Reconstitution of Mitotic CDK1 Activation in Somatic Cell Extracts. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 37(6), 753-767. PMID: 20347419. PMCID: PMC2882237pdf.
Wu, T., Merbl, Y., Huo, Y., Gallop, J.L., Tzur, A., & Kirschner, M.W. (2010). UBE2S drives elongation of K11-linked ubiquitin chains by the anaphase-promoting complex. PNAS, 107(4), 1355-1360. PMID: 20080579. PMCID: PMC2802591pdf.
Goentoro, L. & Kirschner, M.W. (2009). Evidence that fold-change, and not absolute level, of beta-catenin dictates Wnt signaling. Molecular Cell, 36(5), 872-884. PMID:20005849. PMCID: PMC2921914pdf.