Category Archives: RNA-Seq

Emeline Favreau reports on her ESEB grant to spend time in our lab

Last March Emeline Favreau, a postdoctoral researcher at University College London, did a research stay at our laboratory. It was great to have her with us and learn more about wasps! Here she writes about her experience in the lab. … Continue reading

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Filed under lncRNA, RNA-Seq, transcriptomics

ERC Advanced Grant NovoGenePop

Our ERC Advanced Grant NovoGenePop has just started! This means we can already recruits scientists and start to gather data. The project will investigate how new genes arise in closely related species and populations. This will involve the development of … Continue reading

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Filed under de novo gene evolution, ribosome profiling, RNA-Seq, transcriptomics, yeast

Gene regulation in a hibernating primate

We have published the first study on the molecular processes underlying primate hibernation. The study is the result of a collaboration between researchers at IMIM (Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute, Barcelona) and at Duke University and Duke Lemur Center … Continue reading

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Filed under differential gene expression, hibernation, Papers, RNA-Seq