Small RNAs | CHOP Research Institute

Small RNAs

Published on
Aug 19, 2021
Colin Conine, PhD, a 2021 Pew Scholar, studies small RNAs in sperm to understand how they influence traits of the offspring they produce.
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Jun 25, 2021
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Dr. Conine works to understand the functions of small RNAs in reproduction, epigenetic inheritance, and development. His research focuses on how small RNAs in sperm transmit epigenetic information to offspring, as well as their involvement in male fertility.

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