Crossroads between transposons and gene regulation

13 May, 2019 - 14 May, 2019

The Royal Society, London, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG

Registration

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General Information

Genome evolution is inextricably linked to the evolution of transposons that reside within. It is increasingly recognised that these selfish mobile elements play major roles in genome regulation. This meeting will discuss how transposons have shaped host gene regulation, both through their evolutionary conflict with the host, and through the dispersal of new coding and non-coding sequences with strong regulatory potential.

Attending this event

  • Free to attend
  • Limited places, advance registration is essential
  • An optional lunch can be purchased during registration

Enquiries: contact the Scientific Programmes team

Meeting organisers:

Dr Miguel Branco and Dr Edward Chuong

Image credit: A portion of a mosaic made of different colors of maize (corn) kernels depicting DNA. Jason Wallace CC-BY-SA-4.0