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===Dynamics of RNAs===
===Dynamics of RNAs===
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The importance of RNAs in regulation of cell determination and disease continues to grow. We study the dynamics of RNAs including co-transcriptional alternative splicing and transport ([[User: Ian Swinburne |Ian Swinburne]]). We use a combination of genetic, biochemical and novel genomic and imaging approaches to study RNA dynamics on a systems-wide level in both model organisms (yeast and fly) and human cells, eg ([[User: Natalie Gilks |Natalie Gilks]]) and ([[User: Michael Moore |Michael Moore]]). We have generated a spatial and temporal map of the expression of all RNA-binding proteins in mammalian neural development ([[User: Adrienne McKee |Adrienne McKee]]).  One goal is to decode the way that proteins recognize RNA throughout the genome.
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The importance of RNAs in regulation of cell determination and disease continues to grow. We study the dynamics of RNAs including co-transcriptional alternative splicing and transport ([[User: IanSwinburne |IanSwinburne]]). We use a combination of genetic, biochemical and novel genomic and imaging approaches to study RNA dynamics on a systems-wide level in both model organisms (yeast and fly) and human cells, eg ([[User: NatalieGilks |NatalieGilks]]) and ([[User: MichaelMoore |MichaelMoore]]). We have generated a spatial and temporal map of the expression of all RNA-binding proteins in mammalian neural development ([[User: AdrienneMcKee |AdrienneMcKee]]).  One goal is to decode the way that proteins recognize RNA throughout the genome.

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Dynamics of RNAs

The importance of RNAs in regulation of cell determination and disease continues to grow. We study the dynamics of RNAs including co-transcriptional alternative splicing and transport (IanSwinburne). We use a combination of genetic, biochemical and novel genomic and imaging approaches to study RNA dynamics on a systems-wide level in both model organisms (yeast and fly) and human cells, eg (NatalieGilks) and (MichaelMoore). We have generated a spatial and temporal map of the expression of all RNA-binding proteins in mammalian neural development (AdrienneMcKee). One goal is to decode the way that proteins recognize RNA throughout the genome.

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