The following DSRB laboratories are interested in epigenetics.
||Genomic imprinting and X inactivation in mice.|
Transcriptional regulation of cardiac development and function using mouse models.
|Peter Klein||Early vertebrate development, Wnt signal transduction, and neuropharmacology of lithium action.|
|Christopher Lengner||Nuclear reprogramming during iPS cell generation ; Somatic stem cells, symmetry of cell division, and oncogenic transformation|
||Functional role of epigenetics in development.|
||Egg activation and gene expression in mouse embryos.|
|Patrick Seale||transcriptional control of adipocyte formation and function|
|P. Jeremy Wang||Regulation of meiosis, piRNA biogenesis, DNA recombination, chromosome segregation, DNA double-strand break repair, chromosome synapsis, male infertility in humans, molecular biology and genetics of spermatogonial stem cells.|
Other CAMB laboratories (with research related to DSRB) interested in epigenetics.
|Gerd Blobel||Hematopoiesis, gene expression, transcription factors, chromatin.|
|Tom Jongens||Modeling Fragile X Mental Retardation in Drosophila; Germ Cell Specification.|
Molecular mechanisms controling developmental transitions in response to environmental and endogenous cues.
|Ken Zaret||Mammalian gene regulation, cell differentiation, chromatin structure.|
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