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XB-LAB-372

Habas Lab

Temple University

Department of Biology
College of Science and Technology
Temple University
Room 246 BioLifeScience
1900 North 12th Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19122, USA

habaslab.weebly.com/

Personal Phone: 1-215-204-6646
General/Lab Fax: 1-215-204-2298

People

Habas, Raymond (Principal Investigator/Director)

Research Area

My laboratory is focused on understanding the role of the Wnt signaling pathway during embryogenesis. We are dissecting the Wnt signaling pathway using a multidisciplinary approach drawing on techniques from molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology and embryology. Our primary system is the Xenopus laevis (frog), along with use of mammalian culture cells.

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