Congratulations to Diana and all the co-authors on her new Nature Genetics paper: RNA-dependent chromatin targeting of TET2 for endogenous retrovirus control in pluripotent stem cells. Well-deserved reward to a great work.
You can access the paper here and the link to the press release at Xornal USC here.
After an outstanding seminar on structure-specific nucleases, cell cycle and chromosome pulverization, Dr Joao Matos shared a lunch with some of the PhD students and postdocs from CIMUS, as well as some time with us in the lab. Thanks a lot, Joao!
We are delighted to host Dr. Joao Matos for a CIMUS Seminar next Friday, 23rd. Cellular nucleases gone bad: chromosome pulverization!
Our lab participates in the seminar series and Open Door day for the students of the School of Biology at USC: "III Xornadas sobre a investigación en Bioloxía como saída profesional”. Thanks to all the attendants!