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We are located in the [http://science.cancerresearchuk.org/cri/ Cancer Research UK: Cambridge Research Institute], at the University of Cambridge <br>  Addenbrooke's Biomedical Research Campus. Our research goal is to understand the systems-level <br> transcriptional mechanisms underlying mammalian cell specification which are often perturbed in cancer  <br> using liver hepatocytes as a model cell-type.
We are located in the [http://science.cancerresearchuk.org/cri/ Cancer Research UK: Cambridge Research Institute], at the University of Cambridge <br>  Addenbrooke's Biomedical Research Campus. Our research goal is to understand the systems-level <br> transcriptional mechanisms underlying mammalian cell specification which are often perturbed in cancer  <br> using liver hepatocytes as a model cell-type.
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Odom laboratory

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We are located in the Cancer Research UK: Cambridge Research Institute, at the University of Cambridge
Addenbrooke's Biomedical Research Campus. Our research goal is to understand the systems-level
transcriptional mechanisms underlying mammalian cell specification which are often perturbed in cancer
using liver hepatocytes as a model cell-type.

CONGRATULATIONS to Claudia Kutter and Gordon Brown on their recent publication in Nature Genetics!

Lab Members

Research

  • Transcription and transcriptional regulatory evolution in mammals
  • Determinants of tissue-specific transcriptional regulation
  • Origin and impact of CTCF binding in mammals
  • Evolution of polymerase activity


Publications

Protocols

Links

Lab website at CRI

Contact us

Cancer Research UK
Cambridge Research Institute
Robinson Way, Cambridge CB2 0RE






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