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Welcome to the '''Gerber Lab''' homepage on OpenWetWare!<br/><br/>
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We explore '''post-transcriptional gene regulatory networks''' and their implications in disease. We use 'omics' tools like high-throughput sequencing/DNA microarrays and proteomics to explore basic principles and we apply 'classical' biochemical, genetic and cell biological methods to further investigate functional aspects of the RNA-protein networks. [[Gerber:What_We_Do|[more]]]
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We explore '''post-transcriptional gene regulatory networks''' and their implications in disease. We use 'omics' tools like high-throughput sequencing/DNA microarrays and proteomics to explore basic principles and we apply 'classical' biochemical, genetic and cell biological methods to investigate functional aspects of RNA-protein interaction networks. [[Gerber:What_We_Do|[more]]]
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'''We recently moved from the ETH Zurich to the University of Surrey, UK!
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Welcome to the Gerber Lab homepage

We explore post-transcriptional gene regulatory networks and their implications in disease. We use 'omics' tools like high-throughput sequencing/DNA microarrays and proteomics to explore basic principles and we apply 'classical' biochemical, genetic and cell biological methods to investigate functional aspects of RNA-protein interaction networks. [more]

We recently moved from the ETH Zurich to the University of Surrey, UK!



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