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[[Image:1158170Revisedcoverart copie.jpg|thumb|150px|left|'''The transcription-migration interface'''. bilateral pairs of migrating trunk ventral cells (TVCs) overlaid on cell-specific transcription profiles.]]
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The Christiaen lab is part of the [http://biology.as.nyu.edu/page/home Department of Biology] at [http://www.nyu.edu/ New York University], starting september 2009. <br>
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The Christiaen lab will be part of the [http://biology.as.nyu.edu/page/home Department of Biology] at [http://www.nyu.edu/ New York University], starting september 2009. <br>
Our lab will study the transcriptional control of cellular processes underlying precardiac mesoderm cell migration in ascidian embryos.<br>
Our lab will study the transcriptional control of cellular processes underlying precardiac mesoderm cell migration in ascidian embryos.<br>
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open positions

Lab manager/Technician
post-doctoral fellows
please send scientific and educational resume to Lionel Christiaen (lionelchristiaen at berkeley dot edu). Letters of reference, statement of research interests and long-term goals will be appreciated.


The transcription-migration interface. bilateral pairs of migrating trunk ventral cells (TVCs) overlaid on cell-specific transcription profiles.
The transcription-migration interface. bilateral pairs of migrating trunk ventral cells (TVCs) overlaid on cell-specific transcription profiles.

The Christiaen lab will be part of the Department of Biology at New York University, starting september 2009.
Our lab will study the transcriptional control of cellular processes underlying precardiac mesoderm cell migration in ascidian embryos.













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