A potential flaw in how the activity of genes is assessed?

, | | October 31, 2012
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MIT-based researcher Rick Young is one of the world’s top molecular biologists. His laboratory at the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research has helped define many of the key principles of how gene expression is regulated, especially in stem cells and cancer cells. At this month’s symposium organized by the International Society for Stem Cell Research(ISSCR), Rick presented some very provocative data that is bound to result in controversial discussions about how researchers should assess gene expression.

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