Labnodes is a research network that is composed of 2,054 users within 75 communities such as centers, laboratories and shared resources. As a whole, this community has annotated 13,617 resources and associated 42,385 publications.

Upcoming Meetings

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Feb. 17
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell Interest Group (BIG) seminar
Peter Kropp (Maureen Gannon's lab)
Cooperative activity of Pdx1 and Oc1 within the pancreatic progenitors establishes competency for beta cell function
Feb. 19
12:00 PM
206 Preston Research Building
Vanderbilt Diabetes Research and Training Center
DRTC Friday Seminar Series
Jamey Young, VUMC
Novel Stable Isotope Methods to Determine Glucose Fluxes in Liver and Beta Cells
Feb. 24
9:00 AM
9455 MRB IV
Vanderbilt Center for Stem Cell Biology
SPRING Meeting
Ed Levine, Ph.D.
Feb. 25
4:00 PM
208 Light Hall
Vanderbilt Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center
Flexner Discovery Lecture Series
Gilbert S. Omenn, M.D., Ph.D.
The Essential Role of Bioinformatics in Exploring the World of Proteins and Characterizing the Human Proteome
Feb. 26
12:00 PM
206 Preston Research Building
Vanderbilt Diabetes Research and Training Center
DRTC Friday Seminar Series
Rich Breyer, VUMC
PGE2 in metabolic syndrome

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MeSH Terms
Regulation of alveolar procoagulant activity and permeability in direct acute lung injury by lung epithelial tissue factor. Shaver CM, Grove BS, Putz ND, Clune JK, Lawson WE, Carnahan RH, Mackman N, Ware LB, Bastarache JA (2015) Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol 53(5): 719-27
MeSH terms: Acute Lung Injury, Animals, Blood Coagulation, Capillary Permeability, Disease Models, Animal ...

Added by Robert Carnahan on 2/12/2016

Kinetics of lung tissue factor expression and procoagulant activity in bleomycin induced acute lung injury. Ma L, Shaver CM, Grove BS, Mitchell DB, Wickersham NE, Carnahan RH, Cooper TL, Brake BE, Ware LB, Bastarache JA (2015) Clin Transl Med 4(1): 63

Added by Robert Carnahan on 2/12/2016

Microtubule motors power plasma membrane tubulation in clathrin-independent endocytosis. Day CA, Baetz NW, Copeland CA, Kraft LJ, Han B, Tiwari A, Drake KR, De Luca H, Chinnapen DJ, Davidson MW, Holmes RK, Jobling MG, Schroer TA, Lencer WI, Kenworthy AK (2015) Traffic 16(6): 572-90
MeSH terms: Animals, COS Cells, Cell Membrane, Cercopithecus aethiops, Cholera Toxin ...

Added by Anne Kenworthy on 2/12/2016

Lipid Domains. Preface. Kenworthy AK (2015) Curr Top Membr : xiii-xvii

Added by Anne Kenworthy on 2/12/2016

Validation of Normalizations, Scaling, and Photofading Corrections for FRAP Data Analysis. Kang M, Andreani M, Kenworthy AK (2015) PLoS One 10(5): e0127966

Added by Anne Kenworthy on 2/12/2016

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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.

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