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Small silencing RNA - the dark matter of genetics

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Prof. Baulcombe is a plant scientist and geneticist with interests in genetic regulation, genetic disease resistance and gene silencing. With Andrew Hamilton he has discovered the small interfering RNA that is the specificity determinant in RNA -mediated gene silencing and with other members of his research group, he helped unravel the importance of small interfering RNA in defense against viruses and in epigenetics. He was elected to the Royal Society in 2001 and the United States National Academy of Sciences in 2005.

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