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    • Cerebral Organoid as a Model System in the Study of Microcephaly 

      Garcia, Dasia
      Scientists use cerebral organoids, which are artificially produced miniature organs that represent embryonic or fetal brains and have many properties similar to them, to help them study developmental disorders like ...
    • Cornelia Isabella Bargmann (1961- ) 

      Garcia, Dasia
      Cornelia Isabella Bargmann studied the relationship between genes, neural circuits, and behavior in the roundworm Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans) during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries in the US. Bargmann’s ...
    • Curt Jacob Stern (1902-1981) 

      Garcia, Dasia
      Curt Jacob Stern studied radiation and chromosomes in humans and fruit flies in the United States during the twentieth century. He researched the mechanisms of inheritance and of mitosis, or the process in which the ...
    • The Effects of Gene Regulation on Aging in Caenorhabditis elegans (2003) 

      Garcia, Dasia
      In 2003, molecular biology and genetics researchers Coleen T. Murphy, Steven A. McCarroll, Cornelia I. Bargmann, Andrew Fraser, Ravi S. Kamath, Julie Ahringer, Hao Li, and Cynthia Kenyon conducted an experiment that ...
    • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Visualize Fetal Abnormalities 

      Garcia, Dasia
      Nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a technique to create a three-dimensional image of a fetus. Doctors often use MRIs to image a fetuses after an ultrasound has detected an, or has been inconclusive about an, ...