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Nascone-Yoder Lab

Research Interests

Gut morphogenesis

Research Area

Our lab employs chemical genetic strategies in Xenopus and other amphibian embryos to investigate the mechanisms of digestive tract morphogenesis, understand the etiology of intestinal malrotation, and define the effects of chemicals and toxins on gut development and evolution.

Current Members

Nascone-Yoder, Nanette M. (Principal Investigator/Director) Contact
Amin, Nirav M. (Post-doc)



Institution: North Carolina State University

Molecular Biomedical Sciences
College of Veterinary Medicine
North Carolina State University
4700 Hillsborough St.
Raleigh, NC
27606, USA

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General/Lab Phone: 919-515-7403

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