Researchers from the Workman Lab show how repressor proteins ensure accurate gene expression by thwarting histone exchange.
Stowers scientists in the Workman Lab manipulate the Set2 pathway to show how genes are faithfully copied.
The Stowers Institute for Medical Research clocks in among the top three institutions in the annual “Best Places to Work in Academia” survey by The Scientist magazine.
Stowers scientists led by Associate Investigator C. Ron Yu, PhD, make a surprising find in study of sex- and aggression-triggering vomeronasal organ.
Stowers team led by Associate Investigator Jennifer Gerton, PhD, reconciles puzzling findings relating to centromere structure.
Non-canonical Wnt-signaling maintains a quiescent pool of blood-forming stem cells in mouse bone marrow.
The Stowers Institute for Medical Research announces the public launch of the Stowers Original Data Repository (ODR), allowing the data underlying its published work to be freely accessible to the scientific community.
R. Scott Hawley, PhD, began his career in genetics research a bit unintentionally--as a high school student, he planned to become a lawyer and advocate for people with developmental disabilities.
“Paper of the week” from the Conaway Lab at the Stowers Institute shows that a master regulator protein brings plethora of coactivators to gene expression sites.
Three successful young Stowers scientists have been named the recipients of highly competitive awards.