ONAMI | James Carrington

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James Carrington

Professor and Director, Center for Genome Research & Biocomputing, Oregon State University

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Microtechnology-Based Energy and Chemical Systems

Research Interests

The Carrington lab focuses on gene silencing pathways in multicellular organisms. They have pioneered wide-ranging investigations into small RNA (20-25 nucleotides in length) biogenesis, function and evolution, and assigned functional roles for small RNA-directed silencing pathways in development, genome defense, and antiviral defense. The lab has also developed high-throughput profiling and bioinformatic approaches to genome-wide analysis of small RNAs and their targets.

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