HT Summer 2016
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Junwei Shi of the Vakoc lab points to a binding pocket on the surface of a protein called BRD4 that when blocked causes leukemia cells to die. Shi discovered a way to use the CRISPR gene editing tool to compile a comprehensive catalog of such binding sites, across cancer cell types.
FeaturesCRISPR transforms search for cancer targets
The Vakoc lab has applied a transformative gene editing tool to find the best cancer drug targetsPublishing evolved
The preprint server for biology reaches critical massWatson School 2016 Ph.D.s
How the breast “remembers” a first pregnancyResearch profile: Robert Martienssen
Pioneering research on how epigenetic mechanisms regulate genes and protect genomes
Jim Watson establishes an annual tribute to the latest in DNA science
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