we are Curious About

long nonCoding RNAs

How can lncRNAs be used to disrupt atopic reactions?
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we Are Curious About


How can a pluripotent state be maintained?
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we are curious about

chromatin architecture

How can chromatin looping be controlled to modulate gene expression?
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We take an innovative and unique approach to research, whether that be studying honey bees or developing dCas9-based technologies.


Immune genes are primed for robust transcription by proximal long noncoding RNAs located in nuclear compartments

Fanucchi et al., nature genetics, 2019

Honey bee Royalactin unlocks conserved pluripotency pathway in mammals

wan et al., nature communications, 2018

Noncoding RNAs in Wound Healing: A New and Vast Frontier

Luan et al., advances in wound care, 2018

Manipulation of nuclear architecture through CRISPR-mediated chromosomal looping

Morgan et al., Nature communications, 2017

WANG LAB RESEARCH is supported by

New York Stem Cell Foundation

American Federation for Aging Research

National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases

Doris Duke Charitable Foundation

Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute

National Institute of General Medical Sciences

Stanford universityStanford University School of medicineStanford medicine department of dermatologyStanford Medicine program in epithelial biologyStanford hospital & ClinicsLucile packard children's hospital stanford
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