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License to Kill: Latency HIV-CRISPR pinpoints how to blow latent HIV’s cover

License to Kill: Latency HIV-CRISPR pinpoints how to blow latent HIV’s cover

From the Emerman and Henikoff Labs, Pathogen Associated Malignancies and Cancer Basic Biology Programs, Cancer Consortium.
Science Spotlight - September 19, 2022
Peeling back the layers of a cell’s epigenomic data

Peeling back the layers of a cell’s epigenomic data

From the Henikoff and Setty labs, Basic Sciences and Public Health Sciences Divisions
Science Spotlight - June 20, 2022
Epigenetic heterogeneity helps cancer cells change their minds

Epigenetic heterogeneity helps cancer cells change their minds

From the Henikoff Lab, Basic Sciences Division and the Meshinchi Lab, Clinical Research Division
Science Spotlight - November 15, 2021
Fundamental proteins that guide embryo development are co-opted by cancer

Fundamental proteins that guide embryo development are co-opted by cancer

Researchers discover why some critical DNA-packaging proteins called histones evolve rapidly — and may give cancer a boost
Hutch News - February 19, 2021
Oncohistones: A Vicious Cycle

Oncohistones: A Vicious Cycle

From the Henikoff lab, Basic Science Division, and the Olson lab, Clinical Research Division
Science Spotlight - October 19, 2020
Dr. Harmit Malik elected fellow of American Academy of Microbiology

Dr. Harmit Malik elected fellow of American Academy of Microbiology

His pioneering approaches to studying genetic conflict are transforming traditional evolutionary genetics
Hutch News - February 15, 2019
‘Waistbands’ of our chromosomes marked by unusual X-shaped DNA

‘Waistbands’ of our chromosomes marked by unusual X-shaped DNA

Human Y chromosome’s center more ‘monkey-like’ than other human chromosomes, study finds
Hutch News - February 02, 2018
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