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Transcriptional Regulation

Triezenberg Laboratory
Genes are the instructions or blueprints, written in the form of DNA, for producing the proteins that form the structures and do the work of cells. For 31 years, the Triezenberg lab explored the mechanisms that turn on or read those instructions at the right time, in the right cells, in response to the right signals. Their work used herpes simplex virus, plants, and yeast as experimental models. The Triezenberg laboratory closed in 2018.

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The Triezenberg lab closed active operations in September 2018. Inquiries regarding our research materials or publications may be directed by email to Dr. Triezenberg.

Van Andel Institute Graduate School