Author Archives: Effi Kenigsberg

The book of life? Comments Off on The book of life?

Since the release of the first human reference genome it becomes clearer that the analogy of the genome as the “book of life” (see wikipedia of “genome”) was misleading. While its chapters, paragraphs and footnotes are still elusive, the evidences suggest that genomes of multi-cellular eukaryotes encode information in much more complex ways. The book […]

Compensatory evolution of nucleosome organization Comments Off on Compensatory evolution of nucleosome organization

Our recent work “Widespread compensatory evolution conserves DNA-encoded nucleosome organization in yeast” is discussed on the February 2011 issue of Nature Reviews Genetics: http://www.nature.com/nrg/journal/v12/n2/full/nrg2946.html#Translational-control