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David M Garcia Apr 22
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Tanentzapf Lab Apr 19
1) I often hear scientists talk about “big papers” and “little papers”. I’ve been in science for about 24 years now and during this time I’ve thought a lot about papers & their meaning & impact so I now wanted to say a few things about this topic. So a thread!
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Stirling Churchman Apr 16
Replying to @nanopore
In this preprint we describe analysis of CO-transcriptional Processing (nano-COP) that directly sequences nascent RNA. With human and Drosophila data, we answer the above questions and shed light on how splicing patterns are achieved (2/4)
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McKnight Lab Apr 16
Congrats to an awesome postdoc and lab neighbor! Much deserved!
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McKnight Lab Apr 16
Replying to @NuRDChRPs
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Vincent Dion Apr 14
All good ones! Ten simple rules towards healthier research labs
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McKnight Lab Apr 13
Replying to @viChRPs
also rawks.
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Sebastian Deindl Apr 12
Our 3-color FRET approach to monitor DNA movements at both entry and exit sides of the nucleosome during remodeling is online!
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McKnight Lab Apr 12
I am never going to stop loving this elegant story! Awesome work and company!
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McKnight Lab Apr 8
Replying to @jharman25
I was going to "like" this comment to acknowledge your suffering but the heart seemed wrong.
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McKnight Lab Apr 8
I have been on a roller coaster of emotion with your updates. I'm proud once again!
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McKnight Lab Apr 7
I am so excited! We did it, everyone! Congratulations!
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Ilya Ruvinsky Apr 5
He was just an irreverently brilliant mind. Do yourselves a favor and read this interview. How Academia and Publishing are Destroying Scientific Innovation: A Conversation with Sydney Brenner - King's Review Magazine:
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Sarah Hainer Apr 4
Our single cell and single embryo transcription factor CUT&RUN paper is out! CUT&RUN is a super straightforward protocol, and if we can help anyone troubleshooting please let me know!
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Cynthia Wolberger Apr 2
Beautiful essay by Ron Vale.
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McKnight Lab Mar 31
Inconceivable!
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Harmit Malik Mar 31
Replying to @HarmitMalik
It’s okay to share your fears. Even very successful people are constantly worried about belonging. Some amazing speakers still get nervous. Learn the tricks of your mentors. But never for a second think you don’t belong. And shun people who think you don’t. That’s the secret /fin
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Gene Regulation Mar 30
Opposing chromatin remodelers control transcription initiation frequency and start site selection Trade-off between maximizing RNA Polymerase II recruitment and minimizing transcription initiation at incorrect sites.
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hopfnerlab Mar 28
We are honoured to receive a prestigious Advanced Grant by council! Great possibility to study the mechanism of modelling and editing by the remodeler using . Apply now for PostDoc or PhD positions!
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John Pulice Mar 26
Cool paper in suggesting how chromatin remodeling may facilitate cohesion loading
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