Wang lab publishes paper on tissue-specific DNA methylation

Dr. Ting Wang’s published a paper recently on tissue-specific DNA methylation. The paper, titled “Tissue-specific DNA methylation is conserved across human, mouse, and rat, and driven by primary sequence conservation,” uses a comparative epigenomics...

Stormo Lab publishes three papers

Dr. Gary Stormo’s lab published three papers recently: “Tissue-specific DNA methylation is conserved across human, mouse, and rat, and driven by primary sequence conservation”; “Inherent limitations of probabilistic models for protein-DNA...

Ting Wang has paper published in toxicology journal

Dr. Ting Wang had a paper published recently in Current Opinion in Toxicology. The article, “Online resources for studies of genome biology and epigenetics,” looks at how online resources can help researchers produce hypotheses, expand experimental study...

Dr. Joseph Ippolito has paper published in JCI Insight

Dr. Joseph Ippolito, a member of Dr. Jeff Milbrandt’s lab, and his research team had a paper published recently in JCI Insight. The article, “Sexual dimorphism in glioma glycolysis underlies sex differences in survival,” shows that enhanced glucose...

Wang Lab has three papers published

The Wang Lab had three papers published recently. They include: “DNMT and HDAC inhibitors induce cryptic transcription start sites encoded in long terminal repeats,” published in Nature Genetics; “Uncovering the transcriptomic and epigenomic...

Skype for Business arrives at Department of Genetics

Skype for Business (S4B) is a web conferencing service available to the WUSTL community. There is no cost to use the service.  The service is enabled for all WUSTL faculty, staff and students who have been migrated to the Office 365 service.  This service is separate...

Siteman Cancer Center opens north St. Louis County location

Siteman Cancer Center will begin seeing patients July 1 at its newest satellite location, Christian Hospital in north St. Louis County. Siteman Cancer Center is based at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, and the new location is...

New clues found to common respiratory virus

By age 2, most children have been infected with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), which usually causes only mild cold symptoms. But people with weakened immune systems, such as infants and the elderly, can face serious complications, including pneumonia and – in some...