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Baumann lab identifies elusive telomere RNA subunit in single cell model
Date:12/27/2007

Investigator and senior author on the paper. We and others had been studying telomerase activity, recruitment, and regulation for several years but the fact that the RNA subunit was unknown in our fission yeast model system severely limited our ability to make progress.

Now that the missing component of the model system has been identified, the Baumann Labs structural and functional studies are expected to progress rapidly. The lab is now turning its attention to how and where telomerase is assembled from its components in the cell and what processing it must undergo to become active.


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