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The main interest of our laboratory is to understand how cargo transport is regulated, how multiple motors on the surface of the same cargo interact with each other and how motors and transport in general define cell shape and cell polarity.
Molecular neuroscience, fragile X syndrome
This all day symposium will feature panels that focus on mapping literary histories of capital and credit in the United States, including the imagination of finance in the early republic, and the ramifications of economics in African-American cultural production through the twentieth- and twenty-first centuries.
Dr. Xheng's lab has a long-standing interest in cell division. In recent years, their findings have broadened their research using animal models, to include the study of stem cells, genome organization, and lineage specification—how stem cells differentiate into their final cell forms.
Areas of Interest: Genetics of Birth Defects: neuroendocrine, auditory, and skeletal development. We use two main approaches in our birth defects research - sequencing patient DNA to identify novel disease genes and use of cell culture and animal models, especially the mouse, to understand the mechanism and pathophysiology of disease.