The complex and reproducible nature of development
The Husbands lab tackles these questions through a variety of approaches.
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We study transcription factor regulation using molecular, biochemical, and single molecule techniques.
“Evolution has done the experiments for you. You just need to analyze the results.” This insightful philosophy guides our structure-function analyses of transcription factors.
Using genetics and natural variation, we investigate how mutations affect development, and what underlies the remarkable reproducibility of this complex process.
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“Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity, and is the torch which illuminates the world…”-Louis Pasteur
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Congratulations to Ashton Holub for successfully defending his thesis.
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433 S University Ave
Carolyn Lynch Lab 121
Philadelphia, PA 19104