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Our group studies the large-scale organization of proteins, essentially trying to reconstruct the 'wiring diagrams' of cells by learning how all of the proteins encoded by a genome are associated into functional pathways, systems, and networks. See more on [[Research]] page.
 
Our group studies the large-scale organization of proteins, essentially trying to reconstruct the 'wiring diagrams' of cells by learning how all of the proteins encoded by a genome are associated into functional pathways, systems, and networks. See more on [[Research]] page.
  
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== Contact ==
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See [[People]] page for individual contact info.
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* Physical location : MBB 3.210 [http://www.utexas.edu/maps/main/buildings/mbb.html Where is MBB?]
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* Address for Correspondence:
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Dr. Edward Marcotte,
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MBB 3.210,
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Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology,
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2500 Speedway,
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The University of Texas at Austin
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Austin, Texas 78712.
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* Phone: 512-232-3919 (General Lab Phone)
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* Fax: 512-232-3472
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* Campus Mail Code: A4800
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== Quick links ==
 
== Quick links ==
 
* http://www.marcottelab.org/wiki internal wiki
 
* http://www.marcottelab.org/wiki internal wiki
 
* http://bioinformatics.icmb.utexas.edu Additional information as supplements to papers submitted to various scientific journals, hosted on the central bioinformatics server.
 
* http://bioinformatics.icmb.utexas.edu Additional information as supplements to papers submitted to various scientific journals, hosted on the central bioinformatics server.

Revision as of 10:49, 13 March 2009

Welcome to the Marcotte Lab.

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Feel free to explore the website, and do not hesitate to contact us with questions/comments, if you have any. - Members of the Marcotte Lab :-)

Research

Our group studies the large-scale organization of proteins, essentially trying to reconstruct the 'wiring diagrams' of cells by learning how all of the proteins encoded by a genome are associated into functional pathways, systems, and networks. See more on Research page.

Contact

See People page for individual contact info.

  • Physical location : MBB 3.210 Where is MBB?
  • Address for Correspondence:
Dr. Edward Marcotte,
MBB 3.210,
Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology,
2500 Speedway,
The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas 78712.
  • Phone: 512-232-3919 (General Lab Phone)
  • Fax: 512-232-3472
  • Campus Mail Code: A4800

Quick links