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The major focus of the Krug laboratory is the regulation of the processing and nuclear export of cellular and viral mRNAs in virus-infected cells, and the structure and function of viral proteins that regulate this mRNA processing.

This research centers on the NS1 protein encoded by influenza A viruses (NS1A protein), which is a unique regulator of several cellular post-transcriptional events in both the nucleus and cytoplasm.

Robert Krug
Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology University of Texas at Austin Dr. Robert Krug
Professor of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology
University of Texas at Austin
2500 Speedway
Austin, TX  78712-1095
rkrug@icmb.utexas.edu
(512) 232-5563    fax: (512) 232-5565
The Krug Lab is located in the
Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology
at the
University of Texas at Austin.
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last updated 4.12.00