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22/10/202112:00OnlinePRBB-CRG SessionsAnne Ferguson-SmithUniversity of Cambridge. UK"Epigenetic inheritance in mammals: Models and mechanisms"Host: Bernhard Payer; Amelie BaudAbstract: Epigenetic modifications, such as DNA methylation, contribute to the regulation of genome function. Such modifications can be heritably maintained in somatic lineages, however, between generations epigenetic modification are erased and re-established such that, with the exception of genomic imprints, most epigenetic states are not perpetuated from one mammalian generation to the next. Nonetheless, epigenetic inheritance has been implicated in situations where...

28/10/202112:00OnlinePRBB Computational Genomics SeminarsFrancesc GanauPopulation genomics Group (Lao's team), CNAG-CRGA new way to detect evolutionary processes on complex human phenotypes using GWAS dataHost: Garrido Enamorado, RominaAbstract:
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A key question in human evolutionary genetics is whether and how natural selection has shaped the human genome. Early anatomically modern humans appeared in the African continent and spread to a broad range of environments. Following this expansion, we know that biological adaptation has allowed adult humans to drink milk, resist endemic pathogens or survive...

04/11/202112:00CHARLES DARWINSystems Biology ProgrammeAlejo E. Rodriguez-FraticelliAging and Metabolism Programme, IRB Barcelona"Unraveling the determinants of stem cell heterogeneity through multiplexed single-cell lineage tracing"Host: Irimia Martínez, ManuelAbstract:For decades, biologists have noted that stem-cells in adult tissues show extensive functional heterogeneity. Observations of clonal heritability in hematopoietic stem cell (HSCs) lineage biases have suggested that this heterogeneity is determined by intrinsic and heritable properties. However, a detailed understanding of the mechanisms driving the variation in tissue stem cell behaviors has remained elusive. We have previously shown that expressed barcodes can enable...

05/11/202100:00To be determinedPRBB-CRG SessionsAnna Marie PyleYale University. New Haven, US"tbd"Host: Juan Valcárcel

19/11/202100:00To be determinedPRBB-CRG SessionsCamille BerthelotINSERM. Paris, FR"tbd"Host: Amelie Baud

26/11/202100:00To be determinedPRBB-CRG SessionsKatsuhiko HayashiKyushu University. Fukuoka, JP"tbd"Host: Elvan Böke

01/12/202112:00OnlineCell and Developmental Biology ProgrammeMeir AridorIntegrative Systems Biology, University of PittsburgTBCHost: Carbonell García, Rut

03/12/202100:00To be determinedPRBB-CRG SessionsAndrea MusacchioMax Planck of Molecular Physiology. Dortmund, DE"tbd"Host: Isabelle Vernos

10/12/202100:00To be determinedPRBB-CRG SessionsAmi BhattStanford Medical School. US"tbd"Host: Renee Beekman

03/06/202200:00To be determinedPRBB-CRG SessionsKivanç BirsoyThe Rockefeller University. New York, US"tbd"Host: Elvan Boke