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  • A tale of two pili: how pilus dynamics contribute to function in diverse bacterial systems

  • Targeting the DNA damage response for cancer therapy

  • Neuronal cilia in feeding behavior and obesity.

  • Targeting G Protein-Coupled Receptor for Metabolic Disease Therapy

  • Functions of taper region of stereocilia in hearing and deafness

  • Glaucoma: How to Handle Pressure

  • Plasticity in ploidy and the evolutionary ecology of ants and plants

  • IUPUI biologist awarded a National Geographic Society grant to research flies as ‘environmental drones'

    INDIANAPOLIS - A single bug could a messenger for researchers who are studying changing animal populations in a region, according to IUPUI biologist Christine Picard.

    Picard is studying how blow flies can be 'environmental drones' as the flies collect information about animals that have died, animals that are still living and the diversity of animals in an environment. As decomposers, blow flies collect this data as they feed on remains of vertebrate animals as well as animal feces. 

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