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Regulation of gene expression and genome organisation

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A fundamental property of a single animal genome sequence is the ability to give rise to diverse cell types. Differential control of the genome establishes gene expression programmes that drive cellular identity and function. I will discuss the regulation of gene expression and genome architecture, focusing on regulatory elements, chromatin domains, and 3D genome organization in C. elegans.

This talk is part of the Computational and Systems Biology series.

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