This lecture by Dr. Sarah Elgin (Washington University in St. Louis) provides a general overview of the Genomics Education Partnership. It describes the current GEP research problem of identifying factors involved in heterochromatin formation and maintenance through comparative genomics in Drosophila.
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The Genomics Education Partnership: Investigating the Evolution of the Dot Chromosome in Drosophila
- Last Reviewed: January 5, 2012
- Last Updated: January 5, 2012
- Sarah Elgin
- Created: January 5, 2012
- Curriculum Section: Gene Annotation
- Curriculum Type: Lecture
- NIBLSE Competencies: C1
- Topic Tags: Chromatin Packaging, Comparative Genomics