Ryan Lister: Epigenomics and the Control of a Genome | GenomeWeb

Title: Postdoc, Salk Institute
Education: PhD, The University of Western Australia, 2006
Recommended by: Joe Ecker, Salk Institute

The genome contains a lot of information — information that organisms must regulate to ensure that the proper genes are expressed or silenced at the right times. Understanding how organisms keep this tight regulation under control is what drew the Salk Institute's Ryan Lister to study the epigenome.

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