Penn State Scientists Research Unjam Genome After DNA Damage

Apr 6, 2019 | DNA, Gene


Penn State researchers have uncovered a protein complex that is involved in nearly every step in the regulatory control of gene expression in cells has now been shown also to play a key role in sometimes called the ‘central dogma of biology,’” reported Joseph C. Reese, professor of clearing “potential traffic jams in production of RNA.” The Penn researchers had their work published online in the journal Genes & Development on April 4.  “Normal cellular functions rely on what it biochemistry and molecular biology and member of the Center for Eukaryotic Gene Regulation at Penn State.

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Joseph C. Reese, Professor


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