Chromatin: bind at your own RSC.

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2011-03-22

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Recent work has identified a novel RSC-nucleosome complex that both strongly phases flanking nucleosomes and presents regulatory sites for ready access. These results challenge several widely held views.

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10.1016/j.cub.2011.01.060

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Buchler, Nicolas E, and Lu Bai (2011). Chromatin: bind at your own RSC. Curr Biol, 21(6). pp. R223–R225. 10.1016/j.cub.2011.01.060 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/9351.

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Nicolas Buchler

Assistant Professor of Biology

Our lab is interested in the systems biology and evolution of epigenetic switches (bistability) and clocks (oscillators) in gene regulatory networks, two functions that are essential for patterning, cell proliferation, and differentiation in biological systems. We also study biochemical oscillators such as the cell cycle, metabolic rhythms, and circadian clocks, which co-exist in the same cells and interact with one another through shared resources.


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