Van Oudenaarden Lab

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This is the unofficial homepage of the Van Oudenaarden biophysics lab, hosted on OpenWetWare. The official page is [http://web.mit.edu/biophysics/ here].
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[[Image:alexander_van_oudenaarden.jpg|frame|Alexander van Oudenaarden]]
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Welcome to the van Oudenaarden Lab homepage, hosted by OpenWetWare. Also check out our [http://web.mit.edu/biophysics/index.html '''''other lab web-site''''']
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Group member should feel free to make major revisions to this page to help get it off the ground.  [[Getting_Started_on_OpenWetWare]] will explain how to make a new page and what you might want to put on it.  Ask [[User:Mokelly]] to set up your account.
 
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'''Lab members''' (add yourself to this list when you get an account)
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'''Email:''' avano@mit.edu
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*Michael J.T. O'Kelly - [[User:Mokelly]]
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*Murat Acar - [[User:Murat]]
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'''Phone:''' (617) 253-4446
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'''Fax:''' (617) 258-6883
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Resources:
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'''Address:'''
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*[http://openwetware.org/wiki/Van_Oudenaarden_Lab:Enzymes Enzyme list]
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77 Massachusetts Ave.
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Bldg. 68-371B (Office)
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Bldg. 68-365, 68-359, 68-383 (Labs)
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Cambridge, MA  02139
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== Mission ==
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Living systems are intrinsically noisy. Surprisingly, the functioning of a living organism is not significantly hindered by these random fluctuations. Biological cells can even exploit noise by deliberately introducing diversity into a population. In these cases noise is not a nuisance, but essential for survival. Advances in modern biochemistry and genetics have led to a detailed understanding of the molecular machinery involved in gene expression, and the constant flow of data from the Genome Project has enabled the identification of more and more genes. A millennial challenge is to quantitatively understand how different genes and their regulating proteins are grouped together in genetic circuits, and how stochastic fluctuations influence gene expression in these complex systems. In our group we focus on the importance of noise in the expression of genes by using both experimental and theoretical approaches.
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== Recent Publications ==
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For our recent publications click [http://web.mit.edu/biophysics/papers.html '''''here''''']
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== Lab members ==
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For information on our lab members click [http://web.mit.edu/biophysics/people.html '''''here''''']
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== [[Van_Oudenaarden_Lab:Internal | Internal lab resource]] ==

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Alexander van Oudenaarden
Alexander van Oudenaarden

Welcome to the van Oudenaarden Lab homepage, hosted by OpenWetWare. Also check out our other lab web-site


Email: avano@mit.edu

Phone: (617) 253-4446

Fax: (617) 258-6883

Address:

77 Massachusetts Ave.

Bldg. 68-371B (Office)

Bldg. 68-365, 68-359, 68-383 (Labs)

Cambridge, MA 02139

Contents

Mission

Living systems are intrinsically noisy. Surprisingly, the functioning of a living organism is not significantly hindered by these random fluctuations. Biological cells can even exploit noise by deliberately introducing diversity into a population. In these cases noise is not a nuisance, but essential for survival. Advances in modern biochemistry and genetics have led to a detailed understanding of the molecular machinery involved in gene expression, and the constant flow of data from the Genome Project has enabled the identification of more and more genes. A millennial challenge is to quantitatively understand how different genes and their regulating proteins are grouped together in genetic circuits, and how stochastic fluctuations influence gene expression in these complex systems. In our group we focus on the importance of noise in the expression of genes by using both experimental and theoretical approaches.

Recent Publications

For our recent publications click here

Lab members

For information on our lab members click here


Internal lab resource

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