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Eve Ida Barak

Program Director In Division of Molecular and Cellular Biology

NSF

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UCLA Group's Program Officer

National Science Foundation


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www.cancer-blog.org

"In early studies, it was suggested that thymic nurse cells only removed non-functional thymocytes," said Eve Barak, program director in NSF's Division of Molecular and Cellular Biology.


adventista.forumbrasil.net

"The function of these glutamic acid chains have, until now, remained completely obscure," says Eve Barak, manager of the National Science Foundation program that funded Gaertig's work.
Eve Barak, NSF (703) 292-7113 ebarak@nsf.gov


www.voyle.net [cached]

"As a proof of concept this is very, very exciting," says Eve Barak, the UCLA group's program officer at NSF.
But of course, she adds, there is also a second critical step, which is to demonstrate that vaults can actually cross the cell membrane and get inside. "That's not been shown before," she says.


www.visembryo.com

"In early studies, it was suggested thymic nurse cells only removed non-functional thymocytes," said Eve Barak, program director of the National Science Foundation's Division of Molecular and Cellular Biology.


www.bioresearchonline.com

Eve Barak, an NSF program director, describes Gavin's discovery as "an amazing and potentially paradigm-changing observation," and predicts that it "will have an enormous impact on how scientists think about how cellular functions are regulated."


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