Genetics Seminar Series: "Genetic Conflicts During Meiosis Drive the Rapid Evolution of Essential Chromatin Proteins"
Meiosis represents a battleground between chromosomes which vie for transmission and evolutionary success. This competition can profoundly shape chromosomal architectures and the evolution of chromatin proteins that are essential for fertility and viability, leading to an 'arms race' dynamic that drives their rapid evolution relentlessly.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research CenterHarmit Malik, PhDAssociate Director & Professor
Lectures and Seminars