Chris T. Amemiya
camemiya at bu.edu
Fri Dec 11 12:48:38 EST 1998
Molecular Biology of Color Vision
Positions are available immediately for recent Ph.Ds to study molecular
biology of vertebrate color vision, including characterization of opsin
genes and structure/ function relationships of visual pigments using
site-directed mutagenesis and cell culture. Experience with recombinant
DNA techniques (genomic library construction, cloning, and sequencing)
is required and a strong interest in molecular evolution is desirable.
general direction of our research program can be seen in Yokoyama, S.
(1996) Annu. Rev. Evol. Syst. 27, 543-567; Yokoyama, S. (1997) Annu.
Rev. Genet. 31, 311-332; Kawamura & Yokoyama (1998) Vision Res 38,
Send curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests, and three
references to: Dr. Shozo Yokoyama, Department of Biology, Syracuse
University, 130 College Place, Syracuse, NY 13244. (Tel) 315-443-9166;
(Fax) 315-443-2012; Email: syokoyam at mailbox.syr.edu
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