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Gallery 40: Young Mike Wigler

Gallery 40:  Young Mike Wigler
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Mike Wigler mugging for the camera.
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Mike Wigler
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16835. Gallery 40: Young Mike Wigler
A young Mike Wigler with pet snake.
16837. Gallery 40: Mike Wigler and his brother
Mike Wigler (R) with his older brother and pet dog.
16845. Video 40: Michael Wigler, clip 1
Why look for a cancer gene in yeast?
16846. Video 40: Michael Wigler, clip 2
Cancer genes are fundamental for cell survival.
16847. Video 40: Michael Wigler, clip 3
Looking for the function of ras in frog eggs.
16848. Video 40: Michael Wigler, clip 4
What is the function of ras?
16849. Video 40: Michael Wigler, clip 5
What's a homolog?
16850. Video 40: Michael Wigler, clip 6
What happens to the ras protein when the gene is mutated?
16851. Biography 40: Michael Wigler (1947 - )
Mike Wigler and his group were among the first to clone and characterize human oncogenes.
16834. Animation 40: Living things share common genes.
Mike Wigler shows how all organisms share similar genes, called homologs.
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