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webpage of john dueber's lab.<br>
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People <br>
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John Dueber <jdueber@berkeley.edu> <br>
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Ghulam Reza K Malmirchegini <rezak@uclink.berkeley.edu> <br>
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Alan Masinter <palanq@berkeley.edu> <br>
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Weston Whitaker <westonwhitaker@gmail.com> <br>
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Brief research description: <br>
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We have two separate projects in collaboration with the laboratories of Jay Keasling and Adam Arkin.  In both, we are using modular strategies to rewire/reprogram pathways - metabolic pathways with Jay Keasling and two-component signaling with Adam Arkin.  We are exploring forward engineering principles within the burgeoning field of synthetic biology.

Revision as of 13:57, 15 July 2006

webpage of john dueber's lab.


People
John Dueber <jdueber@berkeley.edu>
Ghulam Reza K Malmirchegini <rezak@uclink.berkeley.edu>
Alan Masinter <palanq@berkeley.edu>
Weston Whitaker <westonwhitaker@gmail.com>


Brief research description:
We have two separate projects in collaboration with the laboratories of Jay Keasling and Adam Arkin. In both, we are using modular strategies to rewire/reprogram pathways - metabolic pathways with Jay Keasling and two-component signaling with Adam Arkin. We are exploring forward engineering principles within the burgeoning field of synthetic biology.

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