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Profile Publications(21)
XB-PERS-3505

Martin Wühr

Position

Assistant Professor

Research Description

The Wühr Lab will be located in the Lewis-Sigler Institute at Princeton University. We aim to elucidate principles by which molecules self-organize into much larger organelles and cells. Specifically, we study how proteins partition between nucleus and cytoplasm and how different nuclear composition affects cellular function. To address these questions, we develop and employ quantitative proteomics in combination with computational, biochemical and imaging approaches.

Lab Memberships

Wühr Lab (Principal Investigator/Director)


Contact

Address:
Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
Carl Icahn Laboratory, #246
Princeton University
Washington Road
Princeton, NJ
08544, USA

Email: wuhr@princeton.edu

Web Page: http://scholar.princeton.edu/wuehr

Phone:  6172307625


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