Labnodes is a research network that is composed of 2,068 users within 80 communities such as centers, laboratories and shared resources. As a whole, this community has annotated 13,897 resources and associated 44,877 publications.

Upcoming Meetings

A listing of upcoming meetings or seminars that you might want to attend.

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May. 5
4:00 PM
208 Light Hall
Vanderbilt Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center
Flexner Discovery Lecture Series
Craig B. Thompson, M.D.
Linking Metabolism to Stem Cell Maintenance
May. 6
12:00 PM
206 Preston Research Building
Vanderbilt Diabetes Research and Training Center
DRTC Friday Seminar Series
Michael Hill, VUMC
Oxidative Stress Mechanisms Underlying Heart Failure in Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus and the Potential of Neuregulin-1β as a Novel Therapeutic
May. 11
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell Interest Group (BIG)
Nathaniel Hart, PhD (Powers' lab)
Dissecting the role of the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) in cell function
May. 13
12:00 PM
206 Preston Research Building
Vanderbilt Diabetes Research and Training Center
DRTC/ VIOM Seminar
Ellen Schur, University of Washington
That looks good! Brain regulation of appetite in humans.
May. 20
12:00 PM
206 Preston Research Building
Vanderbilt Diabetes Research and Training Center
DRTC Friday Seminar Series
Maulik Patel, VUMC
The mitochondrial genome and metabolic dysfunction.

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MeSH Terms
Blood Epigenetic Age may Predict Cancer Incidence and Mortality. Zheng Y, Joyce BT, Colicino E, Liu L, Zhang W, Dai Q, Shrubsole MJ, Kibbe WA, Gao T, Zhang Z, Jafari N, Vokonas P, Schwartz J, Baccarelli AA, Hou L (2016) EBioMedicine : 68-73

Added by Qi Dai on 5/2/2016

Im10A, a short conopeptide isolated from Conus imperialis and possesses two highly concentrated disulfide bridges and analgesic activity. Yu S, Du T, Liu Z, Wu Q, Feng G, Dong M, Zhou X, Jiang L, Dai Q (2016) Peptides

Added by Qi Dai on 5/2/2016

Body mass index in young adulthood, obesity trajectory, and premature mortality. Hirko KA, Kantor ED, Cohen SS, Blot WJ, Stampfer MJ, Signorello LB (2015) Am J Epidemiol 182(5): 441-50
MeSH terms: Adult, Aged, Alcohol Drinking, Body Mass Index, Cardiovascular Diseases ...

Added by William Blot on 4/28/2016

Adherence to cancer prevention guidelines and cancer risk in low-income and African American populations. Warren Andersen S, Blot WJ, Shu XO, Sonderman JS, Steinwandel MD, Hargreaves MK, Zheng W (2016) Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev

Added by William Blot on 4/28/2016

MALDI Imaging Mass Spectrometry of Pacific White Shrimp L. vannamei and Identification of Abdominal Muscle Proteins. Schey KL, Hachey AJ, Rose KM, Grey AC (2016) Proteomics

Added by Kevin Schey on 4/28/2016

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I heard about Labnodes initially from Dr. Elizabeth Johnson (the Lab Manager for Dr. Leslie Crawford in Rheumatology). She said it was a WONDERFUL way to organize a new lab. I kept the idea of using Labnodes in the back of my mind, but didn't actively move on it right away. Then, last week, I attended a group meeting with our new division chair, Dr. David Aronoff. His lab manager (Lisa Rodgers) spoke about Labnodes and it reinforced to me what a great tool this could be for my lab.

Jennifer Gaddy - Dec. 31, 2013

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