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== General Information ==
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=<center>'''Welcome to the Rao Lab homepage!'''</center>=
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<h3>[http://rao.openwetware.org Rao Lab]</h3>
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Our lab studis information. We are particularly interested in understanding how these decision making processes are encoded within the cell through feedback control.  
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<h3>[[Rao:Contact|Contact Info]]</h3>
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<h3>[http://chbe.illinois.edu Department of Chemical and Biolmolecular Engineering]</h3>
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<h3>[http://www.illinois.edu University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign]</h3>
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== Who We Are and What We Do ==
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Our lab is also engineering bacteria for the production of fuels. We are specifically interested in optimizing the uptake and metabolism of C5/C6 sugars in bacteria and in developing new genetic tools to make this possible.
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You can learn more about what we are doing by looking at specific [[Rao:Research|research projects]] and our [[Rao:Publications|published work]]. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by email.
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<h3>[[Rao:Lab Members|Lab Members]]</h3>
 
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<h3>[[Rao:Research|Research]]</h3>
 
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* Bacterial Pathogenesis
 
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* Cell Motility and Chemotaxis
 
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* Synthetic Biology
 
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* Biofuels
 
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<h3>[[Rao:Publications|Publications]]</h3>
 
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<h3>[[Rao:Code|Code]]</h3>
 
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Welcome to the Rao Lab homepage!

Our lab studis information. We are particularly interested in understanding how these decision making processes are encoded within the cell through feedback control.

Our lab is also engineering bacteria for the production of fuels. We are specifically interested in optimizing the uptake and metabolism of C5/C6 sugars in bacteria and in developing new genetic tools to make this possible.

You can learn more about what we are doing by looking at specific research projects and our published work. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by email.



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