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The Crosby lab is located at  the University of Windsor, Division of Biological Sciences. The overall focus of our lab is to understand the role and regulation of  the Ubiquitin (Ub)/26S proteasome pathway  during the growth and development of Arabidopsis. For further information on our research and members please go to the above links  or  for accessing the bean GBrowse database please visit  [http://Bioinfo.uwindsor.ca Homepage] at University of Windsor.
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The Crosby lab is located at  the University of Windsor, Division of Biological Sciences. The overall focus of our lab is to understand the role and regulation of  the Ubiquitin (Ub)/26S proteasome pathway  during the growth and development of Arabidopsis. For further information on our research and members please go to the above links  or  for accessing the bean GBrowse database please visit  [http://Bioinfo.uwindsor.ca Bean Gbrowse].
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Welcome!


The Crosby lab is located at the University of Windsor, Division of Biological Sciences. The overall focus of our lab is to understand the role and regulation of the Ubiquitin (Ub)/26S proteasome pathway during the growth and development of Arabidopsis. For further information on our research and members please go to the above links or for accessing the bean GBrowse database please visit Bean Gbrowse.




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