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WELCOME TO THE WIPER-BERGERON LAB
Uncovering the Latest Findings
The Wiper-Bergeron laboratory focuses on the transcriptional mechanisms that govern adult stem cell quiescence, maintenance and differentiation, particularly stem cells found in skeletal muscle, bone and fat. We are situated at the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Medicine.
The Wiper-Bergeron laboratory focuses on the transcriptional mechanisms that govern adult stem cell differentiation, specifically into muscle, bone and fat. Particularly interested in the mechanisms that control cell fate decisions in adult skeletal muscle stem cells (satellite cells, SCs) in both health and disease.
TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF MUSCLE STEM CELL FUNCTION
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