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Chromatin—the complex of DNA and protein found in eukaryotic cells—is packaged in structures called nucleosomes. A nucleosome consists of a segment of DNA wound around eight histone proteins so that it resembles thread wrapped around a spool. Formation of nucleosomes depends on … more >
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Reducing Blood Cancer Patients' Need for Transfusions
Dr. Irene Blanco Recently Received the Hispanic Health Leadership Award
February 14, 2020Susan Band Horwitz Wins Prestigious Cancer Research Award for Anti-Tumor Drug Discovery
January 29, 2020Montefiore and Albert Einstein College of Medicine Secure $5.9 Million NCI Grant to Improve Cancer Care for Minority and Underserved Communities
January 16, 2020Einstein and Montefiore Receive Accreditation for Interprofessional Continuing Education
Novel Coronavirus Outbreak: Lessons from the Past.
Susan Band Horwitz Wins Prestigious Cancer Research Award for Anti-Tumor Drug Discovery
Montefiore and Einstein Secure $5.9 Million NCI Grant to Improve Cancer Care for Minority and Underserved Communities
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"Corrupted Ribosome Biogenesis Diminishes Hematopoietic Stem Cell Function"
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