Our recent paper on ARLNC1 was featured in Science Daily

Genome's dark matter offers clues to major challenge in prostate cancer Researchers identify a lncRNA that provides insight into a key driver of prostate cancer -- and a potential target for future therapy Researchers identified a novel gene they named ARLNC1 that controls signals from the androgen receptor, a key player in prostate cancer. Knocking … Continue reading Our recent paper on ARLNC1 was featured in Science Daily

Blog post on Sethu Pitchiaya by AACR

A Young Chemical Biologist Forges a Career Path in Cancer Research CANCER RESEARCH Catalyst, The Official Blog of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). Posted on December 20, 2017 by Shannon Gallagher-Colombo, PhD. When we think about “cancer scientists,” we typically conjure images of physicians treating their patients or biologists analyzing cells under a microscope. … Continue reading Blog post on Sethu Pitchiaya by AACR

Nature Cell Biology News & Views article on our recent paper on small and long non-coding RNAs at DNA-damage sites

RNA takes over control of DNA break repair Francesca Storici & Ailone E. Tichon, Nature Cell Biology volume 19, pages 1382–1384 (2017) Small RNAs generated at DNA break sites are implicated in mammalian DNA repair. Now, a study shows that following the formation of DNA double-strand breaks, bidirectional transcription events adjacent to the break generate … Continue reading Nature Cell Biology News & Views article on our recent paper on small and long non-coding RNAs at DNA-damage sites