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.
2021.02 - New publication: We publish our review on chromatin and epigenetic rearrangements in embryonic cell types in Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology
2020.12 - Collaborator's publication: Yao Hongjie and Song Yawei publish their work on UV damage and BRD5 in Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences.
2020.10 - Collaborator's publication: Qin Baoming and Huang Yinghua publish about the role of KLF4 and JMJD3 in reprogramming in Nature Communications.
2020.09 - Collaborator's publication: Yao Hongjie and Hu Gongcheng publish their work on CTCF and binding partners in Nucleic Acids Research
2020.09 - New lab member, welcome to Shi Liyang, just starting her Masters.
2020.08 - New Publication: In a nice two for one, Ma Gang publishes his work on the unified analysis of ChIP-seq (and any peak-like -seq data) in Methods in Molecular Biology, and also moves on to a PhD studentship!
2020.07 - Collaborator's publication: Miguel Esteban and Jacob Hanna explore the role of bCatenin in naive mouse pluripotency control, published in Science Advances
2019.11 - New Publication: Simon publishes his computational tool DPre, that predicts cell type differentiation-bias from bulk samples in Bioinformatics