- Aug 21, 2020
Why Do Young People Get Cancer? PGBD5 and Other Developmental Mutators: 2020 ALSF Virtual Childhood Cancer Lecture
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So excited to share our publication today! Working with the awesome @markwbudde, A. Granados, and other brilliant minds in the @ElowitzLab, Lois Lab, and @LongCai_Lab, we developed a synthetic recording system to image single cell lineage history. https://science.sciencemag.org/content/372/6538/eabb3099
Excited to share our latest work published today: Silencing of LINE-1 Retrotransposons is a Selective Dependency of Myeloid Leukemia
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Delighted that our new paper on the role of extrachromosomal DNA elements as mobile enhancers is online. Wonderful collaboration with the lab of Chia-Lin Wei. https://www.cell.com/cancer-cell/fulltext/S1535-6108(21)00164-1
Dr. Scott Keeney (@Spo11Rulz) has been studying a protein called Spo11 for two decades. But it wasn't until a postdoc in Dr. Keeney's lab, @ccb_Lab, came along that they were able to answer key questions about Spo11's role in #meiosis. https://bit.ly/3t3VNNY
Sharing this piece about my friend and colleague Buzz Baldwin who passed away last month. https://med.stanford.edu/news/all-news/2021/03/Robert-Baldwin-biochemistry-department-dies-at-93.html Buzz was a pioneer in biochemistry and a wonderful, caring person. We are all missing him @StanfordBiochem.