Investigating the gene expression patterns of long-living mammals can yield insight into the biological processes that account for the lifespan difference. The exploration of transcriptional patterns requires comprehensive transcriptomics analyses. While for comparative genomics established methods based on multiple sequence alignments and phylogenetics exist, the methods for comparative transcriptomics are still in their infancy and analyses are more challenging to carry out. The results of such an analysis advance our understanding of the evolution of longevity transcriptomics and put emphasis on novel components that could determine species’ lifespan. How to solve the above-mentioned challenges will tell Ursu Eugen.
The events in Odessa at 17 August 2019
17 August 2019, 14:00
place: Odessa regional scientific library. M. Hrushevsky (St. Trinity, 49/51)