Regulatory Genomics and Human Disease Laboratory

In the regulatory genomics laboratory we use genomic technologies to understand the regulation of cell type, chromatin and human disease.

The New

2022.07 - Happy to present our new work, with Tong Guoqing at Shuguang University in Shanghai on mechanisms behind how human embryos arrest. You can read about the work in PLOS Biology, and there is a lot of media coverage, which is nice!

2022.07 - A productive month, Ma Gang published his review in Frontiers in Genetics, Isaac publishes about non-coding RNAs, and assembly of them in BMC Genomics

2022.04 - Congrats to Deng Boping for graduating!

2022.04 - Welcome to Zhou Xuemeng!

2021.12 - New publication: Single cells and transposable element heterogeneity in stem cells and development in Cell Regeneration

2021.11 - Collaborators publication: Wang Yong and co. publish about computationally determining the optimal set for cell sorting experiments in Briefings in Bioinformatics

2021.08 - New publication: Isaac publishes about how transposable element sequence fragments make up a substantial part of the pluripotent transcriptome in Nucleic Acids Research.

2021.05 - Collaborator's publication: Zhao Xiaoying and co. publish their analysis of the chromatin accessibility in Primordial Germ Cells. Read more in Stem Cell Reports.