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Felix Moser



Grew up in Furstenfeldbruck, Germany and Wichita Falls, TX.

BA Cornell University 2007 in Biology and Chemistry, with concentration in Biochemistry (go figure).

Current Endy Lab Tech

Future: Pursue PhD @ UCSF/UCBerkeley Joint Graduate Group in Bioengineering

My epernicus profile.


Refactoring M13

Inverter standard

Advising the 2008 MIT iGEM team

Work for Francois St. Pierre: 1) Recombineering of phage lambda for Aam19 amber mutations, fluorescent reporters of infection; 2) Building fluorescent reporter constructs for N, Q, and CII activities in phage lambda.

Work for Barry Canton: 1) Quantitative analysis of orthogonal vs WT rRNA abundances by quantitative northern blotting; 2) Construction of toxic gene expression systems as a demo for VM utility.


   *   Regulation and characterization of Thermobifida fusca carbohydrate-binding module proteins E7 and E8.
     Felix Moser, Irwin D, Chen S, Wilson DB
     Biotechnology and bioengineering. 2008 Aug 15;100(6):1066-77
   * A comparison of nLC-ESI-MS/MS and nLC-MALDI-MS/MS for GeLC-based protein identification and iTRAQ-based shotgun quantitative proteomics.
     Yang Y, Zhang S, Howe K, Wilson DB, Felix Moser, Irwin D, Thannhauser TW
     Journal of biomolecular techniques : JBT. 2007 Sep;18(4):226-37


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