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We are located in the [http://science.cancerresearchuk.org/cri/ Cancer Research UK: Cambridge Research Institute], at the University of Cambridge <br>  Addenbrooke's Biomedical Research Campus. Our research goal is to understand the systems-level <br> transcriptional mechanisms underlying mammalian cell specification which are often perturbed in cancer  <br> using liver hepatocytes as a model cell-type.
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We are located in the [http://science.cancerresearchuk.org/cri/ Cancer Research UK: Cambridge Research Institute], at the University of Cambridge <br>  Addenbrooke's Biomedical Research Campus. We are also affiliated as an Associate Faculty laboratory <br> of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in Hinxton.  Our research goal is to understand the systems-level <br> transcriptional mechanisms underlying mammalian cell specification which are often perturbed in cancer  <br> using liver hepatocytes as a model cell-type.
''CONGRATULATIONS to Dominic Schmidt and Petra Schwalie for their recent publication in Cell!''
''CONGRATULATIONS to Dominic Schmidt and Petra Schwalie for their recent publication in Cell!''
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<h3>Links</h3>
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[http://www.cambridgecancer.org.uk/research-and-support/research-groups/odom-group/ research Lab website at CRI] <br>
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[http://www.cambridgecancer.org.uk/research-and-support/research-groups/odom-group/ Our officially sanctioned website at CRI] <br>
<h3>[[Odom:Contact|Contact us]]</h3>
<h3>[[Odom:Contact|Contact us]]</h3>

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We are located in the Cancer Research UK: Cambridge Research Institute, at the University of Cambridge
Addenbrooke's Biomedical Research Campus. We are also affiliated as an Associate Faculty laboratory
of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in Hinxton. Our research goal is to understand the systems-level
transcriptional mechanisms underlying mammalian cell specification which are often perturbed in cancer
using liver hepatocytes as a model cell-type.

CONGRATULATIONS to Dominic Schmidt and Petra Schwalie for their recent publication in Cell!

Lab Members

Research

  • Transcription and transcriptional regulatory evolution in mammals
  • Determinants of tissue-specific transcriptional regulation
  • Origin and impact of CTCF binding in mammals
  • Evolution of polymerase activity


Publications

Protocols

Links

Our officially sanctioned website at CRI

Contact us

Cancer Research UK
Cambridge Research Institute
Robinson Way, Cambridge CB2 0RE






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