New paper in PLOS Biology

New paper in Nature Communications


Understanding the source and extent of phenotypic diversity in nature is a fundamental question in biology and many questions concerning the extent of this variability and its underlying causes remain open. In our research group, we investigate genetic and molecular basis of phenotypic diversity observed in nature by using a range of methodologies such as whole genome sequencing, transcriptome analysis, fluidics, fluorescence, long-term evolution experiments, large-scale combinatorial mutagenesis, and computational methods. We are not a technology-developing group, however, we often develop and use “aim-specific” fluidic and single molecule imaging technologies to tackle biological problems.

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