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Three-year NSF-funded POSTDOCTORAL POSITION in the laboratory of William Karasov at University of Wisconsin-Madison to study molecular mechanisms of dietary modulation of intestinal enzymes in birds and small mammals.The production of digestive enzymes may increase with availability of substrate in the diet, and we seek to advance knowledge about underlying mechanisms of digestive enzyme flexibility.
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