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The Glucocorticoid-Mediated Dynamics of Genome Architecture
Human cells are perpetually receiving and responding to a variety of intrinsic and extrinsic signals. A primary mechanism by which cells carry out these responses is via changes in the regulation of gene expression. Many ...
Transcriptional control of epidermal cell shape in the Drosophila embryo
During development, morphogenetic processes require the integration of numerous signals to properly shape cells and tissues. These signals are interpreted by cells to induce the precise transcriptional circuitry that controls ...
Characterizing the Relationship Between Cell-Cycle Progression and a Transcriptional Oscillator
The cell division cycle is the process in which the entirety of a cell's contents is duplicated completely and then equally segregated into two identical daughter cells. The order of the steps in the cell cycle must be followed ...