We are building low- and high-throughput assays to study the function of variants in B cell-related to help improve the diagnosis and treatment of immunological disease.
We use quantitative proteomics, gene editing, next generation sequencing, flow cytometry, murine modeling, and computational approaches to accomplish our experimental goals.
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