Carolina Ortiz Wins Best Poster Award
Alessandro Magli publishes in Nature Communications
A new paper by Alessandro Magli, Ph.D. of the Perlingeiro lab will be published in Nature Communications. The article, "Pax3 cooperates with Ldb1 to direct localchromosome architecture during myogenic lineagespecification," explores the mechanisms by which topologically associated domains participate in genome organization. Read the full article
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Congratulations to Carolina Cordero Ortiz for earning the top award for her poster during the University of Minnesota D