The Genetic Recombination and Genome Rearrangements Conference


This conference aims to unite investigators studying many diverse aspects of genetic recombination in a range of biological systems, and who use different experimental approaches. 
The meeting’s main themes are: 1) Explore how eukaryotic and prokaryotic chromosomes recombine, and consequences for the cell when recombination fails or causes chromosome rearrangements; 2) Determine how recombination and other double-strand break repair pathways are integrated with progression through cell division cycles and with other chromosomal processes, such as transcription and replication; 3) Develop new approaches to studying recombination and its relation to human syndromes with propensity to cancer, premature aging, immune dysfunction, and neurological degeneration.

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