OMRF researchers have identified the exact origin point of movement within chromosomes for the first time.
OMRF scientist Susannah Rankin received a four-year, $1.47 million award to study chromosomes.
OMRF researcher Susannah Rankin has new information on how chromosomes organize themselves in cells.
Abnormal numbers of chromosomes—known as aneuploidy—are a common cause of genetic disorders and birth defects.
Problems in chromosome cohesion can have far-reaching effects.
A cell division discovery could have big implications for infertility and birth defects.