Wang Lab graduate student has paper published in Genome Biology

Mayank Choudhary, a graduate student in the Wang Lab, had a paper published recently in Genome Biology. The paper, “Co-opted transposons help perpetuate conserved higher-order chromosomal structures,” shows that transposable elements heavily¬†contribute to...

Wang Lab publishes paper in Nature Communications

The Wang Lab published a paper recently in Nature Communications, “The epigenomic landscape of transposable elements across normal human development and anatomy.” Erica Pehrsson, a postdoc in the Wang Lab, is first author on the paper.¬†Mayank Choudhary and...

Wang lab has preprint on co-opted transposons on bioRxiv

The Wang lab has a preprint on bioRxiv. The study, “Co-opted transposons help perpetuate conserved higher-order chromosomal structures,” shows that¬†transposable elements (TEs) contribute regulatory plasticity that helps maintain conserved genome...