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Arthur, Janelle C.
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Microbiology & Immunology

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Cancer Biology, Immunology, Molecular Medicine, Pathogenesis & Infection, Translational Medicine

The Arthur lab is interested in mechanisms by which inflammation alters the functional capabilities of the microbiota, with the long-term goal of targeting resident microbes as a preventative and therapeutic strategy to lessen inflammation and reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. We utilize a unique and powerful in vivo system – germ-free and gnotobiotic mice – to causally link specific microbes, microbial genes, and microbial metabolites with health and disease in the gut.  We also employ basic immunology and molecular microbiology techniques as well as next generation sequencing and bioinformatics to evaluate these essential host-microbe interactions.

Baldwin, Albert S.
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Cell Biology & Physiology, Pathobiology & Translational Science

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Cancer Biology, Cell Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Molecular Medicine

Our laboratory studies an amazing regulatory factor known as NF-kappaB. This transcription factor controls key developmental and immunological functions and its dysregulation lies at the heart of virtually all major human diseases.