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Lessons from the Phase Behavior of Block Co-Polymeric Proteins with Low Complexity Domains

June 27, 2019

In this video, Rohit Pappu, PhD, of Washington University in St. Louis, shares how his lab is investigating the huntingtin gene as a model to uncover the fundamental principles of phase separation. The talk was part of The New York Academy of Sciences’ symposium on advances in biological phase separation and the implications for human disease.

To learn more and view the full talk, please visit: Phase Separation and Disease

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