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Mechanisms and Evolution of Transcriptional Control in Mammals

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In the last five years, our lab and its collaborators have revealed that most transcription factor binding diverges rapidly between closely related species such as human and mouse, and that relationships between TF functionality and conservation of binding among five diverse vertebrates are complex and can be unpredictable. In this talk, I will present one or two stories from our prior and recent work that impact the broad theme of PDN as a department.

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