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Silencing transposons during epigenetic reprogramming

Posted by , on 8 November 2017

Molecules called endosiRNAs help us avoid genetic chaos, according to a new study from a team at the Babraham Institute. Much of the human genome contains pieces of DNA called ...

Older wombs linked to complications in pregnant mice

Posted by , on 6 September 2017

This article is recent news from the Babraham Institute in Cambridge, view the original post here and the Nature Communications research paper here. Deciding to start a family later in ...

Wellcome PhD - Lab 3: Pigs that fly

Posted by , on 8 December 2011

This is my personal report on the last of three laboratory projects which I have undertaken during the rotation year of my 4-year Wellcome Trust PhD. I studied how flies ...

Wellcome PhD – Lab 2: Tea at the poles

Posted by , on 12 July 2011

This is my personal report on the second of three laboratory projects which I have undertaken during the rotation year of my 4-year Wellcome Trust PhD. I studied how yeast ...

X in Space (Now in 3D)

Posted by , on 20 June 2011

The 3D spatial arrangement of DNA within the nucleus is tightly controlled and has great functional significance. Each chromosome has been shown to occupy a defined nuclear territory and the ...

Recent comments by Jonathan Lawson

Stage, Segement, Fluorescent, Morphogen, Cancer, Clone, Genomic, Notch, Wnt, Cytoskeleton, Migration, Stem Cell, Asymmetric.
by Ret Mutant in Let’s make a developmental biology bingo game! on December 5, 2011