Research

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While most research projects in the lab are initiated on one of  these areas, we are aiming to span the gap from in vitro to in vivo analysis in all of our work to obtain significant insights into​ chromatin regulation.​


Our approach to the ‘biochemistry of epigenetic phenomena’ is multidisciplinary and can be described in the following categories:​    

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Current Research

Reconstitution and analysis of complex chromatin systems in vitro​
Defining the factors that are required to read and translate patterns of chromatin marks ​
​Functional characterization of proteins binding to chromatin marks​​
Analysis of the biological role of proteins binding to chromatin marks ​