2006 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Neurospora, Genetics, Circadian clock, White Collar-1 and Cell biology. The concepts of her Neurospora study are interwoven with issues in Fungal protein and Circadian rhythm. Her Circadian rhythm study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Kinase and Period.
Her work in Neurospora crassa, CLOCK, Gene and Gene expression are all subfields of Genetics research. The various areas that Jennifer J. Loros examines in her Neurospora crassa study include Fungal genetics and Genome, Genomics. Her Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Transcription factor and Transcription.
Circadian clock, Neurospora crassa, Genetics, Circadian rhythm and Neurospora are her primary areas of study. Jennifer J. Loros combines subjects such as White Collar-1, Rhythm and Cell biology with her study of Circadian clock. Her Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Molecular biology, Transcription factor and CLOCK Proteins.
Her studies deal with areas such as RNA Helicase A, Model organism and Fungal protein as well as Neurospora crassa. Her Bacterial circadian rhythms and Entrainment study in the realm of Circadian rhythm interacts with subjects such as Negative feedback. Her research in Neurospora intersects with topics in Evolutionary biology, Computational biology and Botany.
Her primary areas of study are Circadian clock, Circadian rhythm, Neurospora, Neurospora crassa and Cell biology. Jennifer J. Loros interconnects Botany, Mycelium, Photobiology and Fungal protein in the investigation of issues within Circadian clock. Her work on CLOCK Proteins and Bacterial circadian rhythms as part of her general Circadian rhythm study is frequently connected to Feedback loop, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
Neurospora is the subject of her research, which falls under Gene. As part of her research on Neurospora crassa, studies on Genetics and Mutant are part of the effort. Her Cell biology research includes elements of Nonsense-mediated decay, Transcription factor, Cell type and Proteomics.
Her main research concerns Genetics, Circadian clock, Circadian rhythm, Neurospora and Fungal protein. Her studies in Circadian clock integrate themes in fields like Botany and Bioluminescence. Her Circadian rhythm research incorporates themes from Transcription and Cell biology.
Her research on Neurospora concerns the broader Neurospora crassa. In the field of Neurospora crassa, her study on Crassa overlaps with subjects such as Phototropism. Her Fungal protein research integrates issues from Visible spectrum and Fight-or-flight response.
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Chronobiology: Biological Timekeeping
Jay C. Dunlap;Jennifer J. Loros;Patricia J. DeCoursey.
Light-induced resetting of a mammalian circadian clock is associated with rapid induction of the mPer1 transcript.
Yasufumi Shigeyoshi;Kouji Taguchi;Shuzo Yamamoto;Seiichi Takekida.
Negative Feedback Defining a Circadian Clock: Autoregulation of the Clock Gene Frequency
Benjamin D. Aronson;Keith A. Johnson;Jennifer J. Loros;Jay C. Dunlap.
Lessons from the Genome Sequence of Neurospora crassa: Tracing the Path from Genomic Blueprint to Multicellular Organism
Katherine A. Borkovich;Lisa A. Alex;Oded Yarden;Michael Freitag.
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews (2004)
Neurospora wc-1 and wc-2: Transcription, Photoresponses, and the Origins of Circadian Rhythmicity
Susan K. Crosthwaite;Jay C. Dunlap;Jennifer J. Loros.
White Collar-1, a circadian blue light photoreceptor, binding to the frequency promoter.
Allan C. Froehlich;Yi Liu;Jennifer J. Loros;Jay C. Dunlap.
Light-induced resetting of a circadian clock is mediated by a rapid increase in frequency transcript
Susan K. Crosthwaite;Jennifer J. Loros;Jay C. Dunlap.
Interconnected feedback loops in the Neurospora circadian system.
Kwangwon Lee;Jennifer J. Loros;Jay C. Dunlap.
Conformational switching in the fungal light sensor Vivid.
Brian D. Zoltowski;Carsten Schwerdtfeger;Carsten Schwerdtfeger;Joanne Widom;Joanne Widom;Jennifer J. Loros;Jennifer J. Loros.
Alternative Initiation of Translation and Time-Specific Phosphorylation Yield Multiple Forms of the Essential Clock Protein FREQUENCY
Norman Y. Garceau;Yi Liu;Jennifer J. Loros;Jay C. Dunlap.
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