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2005 Scientific Report

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External Collaborators

External Collaborators Jean-François Bodart, Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, France. Art Frankel, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina Silvio Gutkind, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, Bethesda, Maryland Stephen Leppla, National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, Bethesda, Maryland Recent Publications Bodart, J.-F., and N.S. Duesbery. In press. Xenopus tropicalis oocytes: more than just a beautiful genome. In Cell Biology and Signal Transduction, J. Liu, ed. Humana Press. Singh, Yogendra, Xudong Liang, and Nicholas S. Duesbery. 2005. Pathogenesis of Bacillus anthracis: the role of anthrax toxins. In Microbial Toxins: Molecular and Cellular Biology, T. Proft, ed. Norwich, U.K.: Horizon Scientific, pp. 285–312. Liang, Xudong, John J. Young, Sherrie A. Boone, David S. Waugh, and Nicholas S. Duesbery. 2004. Involvement of domain II in toxicity of anthrax lethal factor. Journal of Biological Chemistry 279(50): 52473–52478. From left to right, standing: Lee, Duesbery, Depeille, Young, Cumbo-Nacheli, Spilotro seated: Holman, Boguslawski, Wagner 22

Microinjection of embryonic stem cells In these photos, technicians are microinjecting embryonic stem cells into mouse blastocysts for gene targeting studies. (Photos by Julie Koeman) 23

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