EPIGENETIC REGULATION OF SELF RENEWAL AND LINEAGE COMMITMENT IN HAEMATOPOIESIS
Grant number: 1106447 | Funding period: 2016 - 2021
The process by which all our mature blood cells are produced and sustained remains largely unknown. Underpinning the cell fate decisions made through blood cell development is the tightly regulated expression of key genes and proteins that subsequently direct the process of blood cell differentiation. This project will aim study and uncover the molecular mechanisms that coordinate the key gene expression programs that lead to normal blood cell development.
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