in the Department of Biology at Howard University

The Allen Lab started in 2012 in the Department of Biology at Howard University.  The goal of our lab is to study the mechanisms by which a high quality gamete (the egg) is generated and how that gamete then undergoes one of the most fascinating processes in development, fertilization.  We use the nematode C. elegans as a model system to study oocyte meiotic maturation, meiotic cell cycle regulation, fertilization and early embryonic development.this is the guide
Here you can find information about the people and projects in our lab.
For more information on our research projects, take a look over on the Research page.  If you are curious about who’s in the lab, you can find out all about the people that make up the lab and do the work.

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