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== Research ==  
 
== 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. Such models let us better define the functions of genes, and to link genes to traits and diseases. See more on [[Research]] page.
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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. Such models let us better define the functions of genes, and to link genes to traits and diseases. See more on the [[Research]] page.
  
 
== Contact ==
 
== Contact ==

Revision as of 10:04, 13 August 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. Such models let us better define the functions of genes, and to link genes to traits and diseases. See more on the Research page.

Contact

See the People page for individual contact info.

  • Physical location : MBB 3.210 Where is MBB?
  • Address for Correspondence:
Edward Marcotte
2500 Speedway, MBB 3.210
Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology
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

See Links for more useful links.