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Watch our on-demand Epigenetics Club Summer Symposium held on July 24, 2020.
The Epigenetics Club Summer Symposium, organized by Cambridge postdocs and PhD students, provides a venue for labs doing fundamental epigenetics research. Whilst also providing a platform for networking and creating collaborations between researchers in the growing Cambridge epigenetics community.
00:00 - 00:09 - Introduction
00:09 - 27:25 - Claudia Martinho (University of Cambridge, UK)
CHROMOMETHYLTRANSFERASE3 maintains paramutation in Solanum Lycopersicum
27:25 - 48:05 - Sheeba Singh (MRC London Institute of Medical Science, UK)
Isocitrate dehydrogenase protects against toxicity resulting from DNA methyltransferase activity
48:05 - 1:07:33 - Diljeet Gill (The Babraham Institute, UK)
Turning back the clock with transient reprogramming
1:07:33 - 1:45:47 - Geneviève Almouzni (Institute Curie, France)
Histone variants and their chaperones - a socially active network
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