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Lab Institution Research Interests
Saha Lab College of Williams and Mary Angiogenesis
Saint-Jeannet Lab New York University Regulation of neural crest and cranial placodes formation
Sakaguchi Lab Iowa State University Development and regenerative capacity of the nervous system
Salanga Lab Northern Arizona University
Sargent Lab (Retired) NICHD,NIH Neural crest and epidermal development
Sater Lab University of Houston cell fate and spatial patterning in vertebrates
Satoh Lab for Regenerative Biology Okayama University
Scarlett Lab University of Portsmouth
Schambony Lab University of Erlangen-Nuremberg Cell polarity and migration in Xenopus development
Schlosser Lab National University of Ireland Development of vertebrate cranial placodes
Schonherr Lab University Jena
Schreiber Lab St Lawerence University
Schulte Laboratory of Receptor Biology and Signaling Laboratory of Receptor Biology and Signa
Sedzinski Lab University of Texas
Seebohm Lab University Hospital M√ľnster
Seeling Lab Lone Star College, Texas
Serrano Lab New Mexico State University Neurobiology: the development and proliferation of sensory hair cells of the inner ear.
Setzer Lab University of Missouri
Shaobo Wu University
Sharpe Lab University of Portsmouth UK Neural development in Xenopus
Shechter Lab Albert Einstein College of Medicine Writing, reading and erasing the embryonic epigenetic code
Sheets Lab The University of Wisconsin Post-transcriptional control of vertebrate development.
Shelby A. Blythe University of Pennsylvania
Shi Ecotoxicology Lab East China Normal University
Shi Lab NICHD, NIH Molecular basis of Xenopus metamorphosis
Shibuya Lab University of Alberta
Shifley Lab Northern Kentucky University Gene expression in the pharynx during Xenopus development
Signalling and Morphogeneis Lab Sorbonne Université
Signalling and Transcription Group Francis Crick Institute
Sigworth Lab Yale University School of Medicine
Sindelka Lab nstitute of Biotechnology AS CR
Sive Lab Whitehead Institute NEURODEVELOPMENTAL and CRANIOFACIAL DISORDERS
Skourides Lab University of Cyprus Cell Biology and Molecular Embryology
Slack Lab (retired) Stem Cell Institute, Univ. of Minnesota Regeneration in Xenopus & Therapuetic applications for induced pluripotent stem cells.
Smith Lab Francis Crick Institute The molecular basis of mesoderm formation
Smith Lab at UCSB University of California, Santa Barbara
Soft Living Matter Group Princeton University
Sokol Lab Mount Sinai School of Medicine Wnt signaling, cell polarity and cell fate during early development and in stem cells
Soreq Lab The Hebrew Univeristy of Jerusalem
Spagnoli Lab Max Delbruk Center for Molecular Medicin Embryonic endoderm patterning and organogenesis
Spitzer Lab UCSD Axonal guidence
Standart Lab University of Cambridge Regulation of Maternal mRNA in Early Development by Translation and Localisation
Stearns Lab Stanford Cell polarity, centrosomes
Steen Lab Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Proteomics
Steiner Lab Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M The study of the evolution and development of the immune system in zebrafish.
Stemple Lab Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Vertebrate development and genetics
Steventon Group University of Cambridge
Stith Lab University of Colorado Denver
Storey Lab Carleton University
Straight Lab Stanford University Chromosome Biology, Cell Division & Chromatin Structure

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