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Cell & Molecular Biology Section: CMBS Staff

Chunxi Wang, Ph.D

A photo of Chunxi Wang, Ph.D, Postdoctoral Fellow (Visiting)
Chunxi Wang, Ph.D, Postdoctoral Fellow (Visiting)

My research focuses on the epigenetic modification of genes involving in the Neuroblastoma. Now I am working on the regulation of hCasz1, which has been suggested to be a tumor suppressor in Neuroblastoma.

I graduated from Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Chinese Academy Sciences, and gained my doctoral degree in cell biology in March, 2007. I worked for CMBS as a post-doctor from December, 2008. My project is the epigenetic modification of genes involving in the Neuroblastoma. Now I am working on the mechanism of PRC2 complex regulating hCasz1, which has been suggested to be a tumor suppressor in Neuroblastoma.

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Chunxi's Data

modificated from Mutat Res 647, 21-29 (2008)

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