The lab hits some back and forth with our pro table tennis player, Satya, for Chloe’s post-rotation celebration! No lab member was severely harmed in the heated match-ups that took place over 2 hours of pong. Rumor has it that Grace was power swinging against Srinivas…
The lab welcomes Chloe Barrington-Ham (Molecular Biology) for a Spring rotation!
The lab is happy to hear that we were awarded support from the American Cancer Society!
While the lab thanks the Sclafani Lab for the current chairs, we are eager to assemble the new computer chairs that have known zero butts!
The lab eagerly welcomes a new post-doc, Satya Rao, from sunny University of Southern California. Learn more about him in our member page.
The lab says hello and welcome to a new post-doc, Alexis Zukowski, from the far-reaches of the department! Learn more about Alexis in our member page.
Excited to welcome Grace and Kamesh to the lab! Read more about them in the member page.
Our paper describing a new histone H3 mutant used in chemical cleavage mapping is out in Genome Biology! This mutation along with phenanthroline makes histone H3 a site-specific nuclease, releasing exactly 51 bp from a single nucleosome. Center of the 51 bp fragment is the exact nucleosome position (no processing – WYSIWYG bp resolution).
Ramachandran Lab is officially open!