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RNA
Genomics
Chromatin
Epigenetics
Stem Cells
Immunology
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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

Fanucchi et al., Nature Communications, 2018

crispr-mediated reorganization of chromatin loop structure

Morgan et al., Journal of Vis Experiments, 2018

Epigenomics: technologies and applications

Wang and Chang, Circulation Research, 2018

Noncoding RNAs in Wound Healing: A New and Vast Frontier

Luan et al., Advances in Wound Care, 2018

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