Robert M. Grainger
Our group, which includes collaborators across the United States and Europe, is continuing to develop X. tropicalis as a model to study human disease. We are optimizing husbandry regimes to further shorten generation time, adapting X. laevis protocols, and assembling a set of genetic research tools including chemical and insertional mutagenesis, gene traps, stable transgenic reporter lines, inducible gene expression systems, and genetic and physical maps of the X. tropicalis genome.
Lab MembershipsGrainger Lab (Principal Investigator/Director)
Dept. of Biology
University of Virginia