Chief Dmitri A. Kramerov
Currently, there are four lines of research in the lab.
  1. Short Interspersed Elements (SINEs): Structure, Evolution, Transcription, and Transcript Processing.
  2. SINEs and Satellite DNA as Tools to Study Host Phylogeny.
  3. Small SINE-Related RNAs.
  4. Small Nucleolar RNAs (snoRNAs) and Their Host Genes.

    Recents publications:
    Analysis of SINE Families B2, Dip, and Ves with Special Reference to Polyadenylation Signals and Transcription Terminators

    New Ther1-derived SINE Squam3 in scaled reptiles

    Identification of nucleotide sequences and some proteins involved in polyadenylation of RNA transcribed by Pol III from SINEs

The laboratory was established in 1997.

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