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Blumberg Lab

Research Interests

Nuclear Receptor Signaling in Development and Disease

Current Members

Blumberg, Bruce (Principal Investigator/Director)


Additional Information

Xine is an occasional newsletter intended to inform the Xenopus community about important developments and to disseminate information of wide interest to the community. Xine depends on contributions from members of the Xenopus community for its content. If you wish to contribute any information at all about probes, clones, reagents, libraries, etc, please e-mail the editor, Bruce Blumberg ( who will include it in a future issue of Xine.


Institution: University of California, Irvine


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