Center for Integrative Biomedical Computing

F1.mediumAn image of the ulnar-mammary syndrome, visualized with FluoRender, was chosen for the cover of Disease Models and Mechanisms. CIBC Collaborator, Gabrielle Kardon's article can be found here in it's entirety.

Development of a subset of forelimb muscles and their attachment sites requires the ulnar-mammary syndrome gene Tbx3.
Mary P. Colasanto, Shai Eyal, Payam Mohassel, Michael Bamshad, Carsten G. Bonnemann, Elazar Zelzer, Anne M. Moon, Gabrielle Kardon
cibc kardonCIBC collaborator Gabrielle Kardon's research has been showcased by New York Times science writer Carl Zimmer.

You can read the full article on their website.