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The lab pursues four interrelated research themes:
The lab pursues four interrelated research themes:
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Molecular population genetics and evolution (Drosophila and Arabidopsis)
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#Molecular population genetics and evolution (Drosophila and Arabidopsis)
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Functional evolution of cis-regulatory sequences (Drosophila)
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#Functional evolution of cis-regulatory sequences (Drosophila)
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Canalization in development and evolution (Drosophila)
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#Canalization in development and evolution (Drosophila)
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Evolutionary dynamics of disease resistance and pathogenicity (Arabidopsis)
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#Evolutionary dynamics of disease resistance and pathogenicity (Arabidopsis)
==News==
==News==
===August 2008===
===August 2008===
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Read our [http://www.nature.com/nbt/journal/v26/n9/abs/nbt.1490.html  Nature Biotechnology article] describing the application of MITOMI to high-throughput drug discovery targeting a Hepatitis C membrane protein.
 
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===June 2008===
 
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Nano-Tera awarded a NTF grant to the Laboratory of Biological Network Characterization to develop the next generation of microfluidic devices. For more information on the Nano-Tera initiative click [http://www.nano-tera.ch here].
 
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===March 2008===
 
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Prof. Maerkl received one of eight SystemsX RTD grants by the Swiss National Science Foundation to conduct research in the field of Systems Biology. The team involves a total of 4 PIs, including Prof. David Shore (U. Geneva), Prof. Michael Unser (EPFL), Prof. Felix Naef (EPFL), and Dr. Jacques Rougemont (EPFL) forming a dynamic team covering fields ranging from yeast molecular biology, image analysis, computational biology, bioinformatics, to microfluidics and synthetic biology. For more information visit the SystemsX website.
 

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The lab pursues four interrelated research themes:

  1. Molecular population genetics and evolution (Drosophila and Arabidopsis)
  2. Functional evolution of cis-regulatory sequences (Drosophila)
  3. Canalization in development and evolution (Drosophila)
  4. Evolutionary dynamics of disease resistance and pathogenicity (Arabidopsis)

News

August 2008

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