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Raymond Habas



Research Description

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

Lab Memberships

Habas Lab (Principal Investigator/Director)


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


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

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