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Profile Publications(40)
XB-PERS-1295

Pierre D McCrea

Position

Professor

Research Description

Our overall goal is to understand the cellular and developmental functions of catenins.
1) Reveal the roles of additional catenins in the canonical-Wnt pathway, as well as non-canonical Wnt pathways in animal development.
2) Examine the developmental functions of lesser understood catenins such as p120-catenin, ARVCF-catenin and delta-catenin. Aim (2) occupies most of our laboratory's current efforts. For example, we are working upon delta-catenin in the context of shaping neurons/ dendrites, which has implications for both normal development (e.g. brain function) and disease processes.

Lab Memberships

McCrea Lab (Principal Investigator/Director)


Contact

Address:
Department of Genetics
Room: S9.8136A
U.T. M .D. Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Boulevard
Houston, TX
77030, USA

Email: pdmccrea@mdanderson.org

Web Page:https://faculty.mdanderson.org/profiles/pierre_mccrea.html

General/Lab Fax:  713-834-6273
Phone:  713-834-6277


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