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33rd Epigenetics Club Seminar

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Dr Peter Rugg-Gunn (The Babraham Institute) “Establishing the epigenome during development: the role of EZH2 in human pluripotency and differentiation.”

Dr Ross Waller (Department of Biochemistry) “Are your histones holding you back? inoflagellates present the case for life with less histones.”

There will be wine and cheese after the talks. We look forward to seeing you there!

This talk is part of the Cambridge Epigenetics Club series.

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