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12Apr 2019

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International seminar by Ido Amit

Ido Amit
Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel

Single-cell genomics: a stepping stone for future immunology discoveries

Host: Leila Akkari

The proficiency of cells to process information from the environment and respond appropriately to environmental signals; proliferate, differentiate or activate a specific response is dependent on robust and coordinated gene expression programs involving regulated transcription of thousands of genes. Our research focuses on elucidating how temporal binding of transcription factors; RNA binding proteins and chromatin regulators controls these responses. Indeed the production and regulation of RNA is so critical for cellular identity that more then a quarter of the genes in the mammalian genome are dedicated to control the RNA life cycle.

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