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Prof. KIM V. Narry
Our lab researches gene regulation mediated by RNA. RNAs are at the core of posttranscriptional regulation, and play pivotal roles in developmental and pathological pathways. We currently work on three major topics (microRNA, RNA tail, and RNA binding proteins) applying biochemical and molecular biological tools, as well as genetic, biophysical, and computational approaches.