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Research in Molecular Biology at Princeton addresses biological questions in five broad areas.
Biochemistry, Biophysics & Structural Biology
Cell Biology, Development & Cancer
Genetics & Genomics
Microbiology & Virology
New signaling pathway uncovered for Yellow Fever Virus
Researchers in the Ploss lave have uncovered a critical role for a new immune signaling pathway in controlling infection in Yellow Fever Virus.
Michael Rale wins HHMI Gilliam Fellowship
Michael Rale, a graduate student in the Petry lab, has been selected by HHMI as a Gilliam Fellow.
Ploss lab reports new system to study chronic hepatitis B
At the cellular level, a child’s loss of a father is associated with increased stress
Petry lab receives new funding from partnership with Humboldt University in Berlin
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Christine M. Dunham
Emory University School of Medicine
Nick Leschly (CEO, Bluebird bio, Inc.)
Geraldine Seydoux (Johns Hopkins University)
Kuggee Vallee Lecture
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Nadell CD, Ricaurte D, Yan J, Drescher K, Bassler B
Flow environment and matrix structure interact to determine spatial competition in Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms.
Elife. 2017 ;6.
Gong Y, Cao R, Ding G, Hong S, Zhou W, Lu W, et al
Integrated omics approaches to characterize a nuclear receptor corepressor-associated histone deacetylase in mouse skeletal muscle.
Mol Cell Endocrinol. 2017 ;.
Kim MKevin, Zhao A, Wang A, Brown ZZ, Muir TW, Stone HA, et al
Surface-attached molecules control Staphylococcus aureus quorum sensing and biofilm development.
Nat Microbiol. 2017 ;2:17080.
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