Dueber Lab

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Weston Whitaker <westonwhitaker@gmail.com> <br>
Weston Whitaker <westonwhitaker@gmail.com> <br>
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Address <br>
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Room 166
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717 Potter St. <br>
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Berkeley, CA 94720-3224 <br>
Brief research description: <br>
Brief research description: <br>
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.
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 13:59, 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>

Address
Room 166 717 Potter St.
Berkeley, CA 94720-3224


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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