If I learnt anything from watching the 2004 film “Mean Girls”, it is that where you sit in the cafeteria is crucial. Okay, whilst not entirely true, the film explains how at high school, everyone fits into different cliques and these dictate the group of people you sit with at lunch; you have your Freshman, […]Read More “Mean Girls” meets Biochemistry – which protein ‘clique’ are you?
In a cell, at any particular time, only a subset of genes will be expressed. This subset can vary over time as the cell adapts to both external and internal conditions. Various techniques can be used to determine what these subsets of genes are, information which can be used to understand the function and state […]Read More Get up to speed with RNA velocity