A Glimpse of the Non-coding Portions of the Genome in Chromatin and Transcription Regulation

  • [2020-11-02]

    Speaker:  SHEN Xiaohua

                     Tsinghua University

    Time: 2020-11-02, 10:00

    Place: Room 513, Biology Building, West Campus

    Organizer: School of Mathematical Sciences



    Much of the developmental complexity of higher eukaryotes is thought to arise from gene regulation. RNA represents a hidden layer of regulatory information in complex organisms. I will discuss our recent progresses in exploring novel functions of genomic repeats, lncRNA, and RNA-binding protein in the regulation of transcription and genome organization.



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