About this blog

Are you new here? Please take a look at this post to get a sense of what this blog is about. In a nutshell, we post and discuss what we think are interesting and important papers, websites, tools and news in molecular biology, for the community to check out and comment.

We also encourage life scientists (particularly grad students) working on cell biology, biochemistry, neuroscience, immunology or any other related field, to help us and the community out by reviewing and commenting articles they feel are important contributions to their respective fields and should be highlighted here.

Just send us an email to participate.

In this blog we will also talk about life as a scientist, things we consider interesting or noteworthy, or just about anything that piques our interest. We may also use it to rant a little, so bare with us. Enjoy!


UPDATE (June 2011): We have moved to our new house in Wordpress: The MolBio Hut. Visit us there!

About us

Alejandro Montenegro-Montero is a PhD student in the Molecular Genetics Program at Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile. His research focuses on the molecular mechanisms underlying gene expression control, using Neurospora crassa as a model.
You can contact him at aemonten [at] gmail [dot] com or follow him on Twitter.

Francisco Barriga is a PhD student in the Oncology Program at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona). His research is centered around the mechanisms that govern intestinal stem cell biology in the context of homeostasis and cancer.
You can contact him at francisco.barriga [at] irbbarcelona [dot] org

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