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Andrea Pauli

Fertilisation marks the beginning of life of any sexually reproducing organism. It also initiates a series of events that result in the large-scale remodelling of the arrested egg cell into metabolically and functionally distinct embryonic cells. Both of these events occur during the oocyte-to-embryo transition, which comprises one of the most dramatic yet remarkably mysterious developmental transition. In the Pauli lab, we aim to gain mechanistic insights into the molecular control of fertilisation and the oocyte-to-embryo transition by employing genetic, molecular, cellular, biochemical and genomics approaches in zebrafish embryos.

Group Members

Andreas BLAHA
PhD Student
Krista Rene BRIEDIS
PhD Student
Anastasia CHUGUNOVA
Postdoc
Victoria Eugenia DENEKE
Postdoc
Theresa HUMER
PhD Student
Hannah KERESZTES
Master Student
Katrin Friederike LEESCH
PhD Student
Laura LORENZO ORTS
Postdoc
Tetiana MYLENKO
Research Assistant
Karin PANSER
Research Assistant
Andrea PAULI
Group Leader
Carina PRIBITZER
Research Assistant
Josef RÖHSNER
PhD Student
Marcus Martin STROBL
Research Assistant
Ramesh YELAGANDULA
Postdoc