Labnodes is a research network that is composed of 2,492 users within 89 communities such as centers, laboratories and shared resources. As a whole, this community has annotated 16,553 resources and associated 58,386 publications.


Upcoming Meetings & Seminars

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Sep. 2
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell interest Group (BIG) Talk
TBA
Sep. 9
9:00 AM
Zoom – details TBD
Vanderbilt Center for Stem Cell Biology
VCSCB Faculty Only Meeting
Sep. 16
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell interest Group (BIG) Talk
TBA
Sep. 23
9:00 AM
Zoom
Vanderbilt Center for Stem Cell Biology
SPRING Meeting
Julie Bejoy, Ph.D. and Megan Rasmussen
Sep. 30
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell interest Group (BIG) Talk
Maureen Gannon

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Laboratories and Cores

Laboratories can be easily set up. Its people and content are fully editable by you.

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Vanderbilt Publications

58,386

Publications

3,637

Journals

1,163

Authors

22,089

MeSH Terms

The latest publications added are:

Nuclear Regulation of Wnt/β-Catenin Signaling: It's a Complex Situation. Anthony CC, Robbins DJ, Ahmed Y, Lee E (2020) Genes (Basel) 11(8)

Added by Ethan Lee on 8/10/2020

The role of polyamines in the regulation of macrophage polarization and function. Latour YL, Gobert AP, Wilson KT (2020) Amino Acids 52(2): 151-160

Added by Keith Wilson on 8/6/2020

An interspecies translation model implicates integrin signaling in infliximab-resistant inflammatory bowel disease. Brubaker DK, Kumar MP, Chiswick EL, Gregg C, Starchenko A, Vega PN, Southard-Smith AN, Simmons AJ, Scoville EA, Coburn LA, Wilson KT, Lau KS, Lauffenburger DA (2020) Sci Signal 13(643)

Added by Keith Wilson on 8/6/2020

What are people saying about Labnodes?

Labnodes is a great resource for maintaining and updating protocols in the lab. Rather than keeping up with multiple paper copies of updated protocols, Labnodes provides easy access to the most current protocols for our lab. It is also great for having a central location for meeting dates, agendas, and information to be discussed.

Jennifer Skelton - Jan. 4, 2013

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