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Hypoxic response as a central element of physiology

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Randall’s laboratory is interested in the micro-physiology of tissues, and how it affects growth, development, and disease in mammalian genetic systems. They are especially concerned with the biology of hypoxia, and hypoxic response via the transcription factors HIF -1 alpha and c-jun.

For further information please see: http://www.biology.ucsd.edu/labs/johnson/

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