Wang lab publishes paper in Nature Biotechnology

The Wang lab published a paper recently in Nature Biotechnology, “The NIEHS TaRGET II Consortium and environmental epigenomics.” Ting Wang, PhD, Associate Professor of Genetics, was first author on the paper. Learn more about the article...

Dutcher lab publishes paper on RNA splicing factors

The Dutcher lab published a paper in Open Biology recently on RNA splicing factors. The paper, “Identifying RNA splicing factors using IFT genes in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii,” shows how the high density of introns and the conservation of noncore splicing...

Cohen lab publishes paper on AP-1 cis-regulatory activity

The Cohen lab recently published a paper on AP-1 cis-regulatory activity. The paper, “Local sequence features that influence AP-1 cis-regulatory activity,” suggests that extended AP-1 binding sites, together with adjacent binding sites for additional TFs,...

A new tool to study Huntington’s disease

Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have transformed skin cells from patients with Huntington’s disease into the type of brain cell affected by the disorder. The resulting mass of neurons serves as a new tool to study the degenerative...