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Tag: Page Lab

Collage of people exercising in various ways for the GetFit competition

Beyond the Lab Bench: A Look at the Traditions That Make Whitehead Institute Unique

April 30, 2020

On the 4th floor of Whitehead Institute, scientists have found a unique way to cope with the rainy period of early spring — a competition where teams of eight try to exercise the most minutes. And it has helped a sizable part of the Whitehead community cope with social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Whitehead Institute in the running for STAT Madness

March 2, 2020

Research on sex differences goes head to head with other discoveries in March Madness-style bracket.

Group photo of Brit d’Arbeloff and David Page (both seated) with Page lab postdoctoral fellow Adrianna San Roman (left) and Sahin Naqvi (rear), then a Page lab graduate student and now a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University.

Whitehead Institute Receives $10 Million Gift to Study Sex Chromosomes’ Impact on Women's Health and Disease

January 9, 2020

The gift establishes the Brit Jepson d’Arbeloff Center on Women's Health within the Institute’s Sex Differences in Health and Disease Initiative

Embryonic testis with PGCs in red

Committed to reproduction

November 21, 2019

Whitehead Institute researchers have rewritten the timeline for when and how embryonic cells commit to becoming sex cells, the cells that produce eggs and sperm, and gained insights into the development of testicular cancer.

Image of methylation in mouse embryos

Epigenetics: Chemical guideposts for gene expression

September 30, 2019

Whitehead Institute researchers investigate methylation, the chemical tags that help define gene expression during development and disease

Photo showing the bell curve of women's and men's heights

Genetic study takes sex differences research to new heights

July 18, 2019

Researchers find differences in gene expression between males and females throughout the body in humans and other mammals, including ones that contribute to the average height difference between the sexes

Illustration of egg with sperm swimming toward it

A troubling inheritance

April 9, 2019

Researchers have found that certain epigenetic changes in mice that appear to be inherited by offspring can lead to increased cancer rates

Immunofluorescence microscopy for meiotic markers in adult mouse testes

Start signal for sex cell creation

February 27, 2019

One protein is responsible for regulating a large network of genes that prompt cells to begin meiosis, the type of cell division that produces sex cells

Illustration of the Y chromosome

The Y Chromosome: Holding steadfast in a sea of change

August 2, 2018

The lab of Whitehead Member David Page has examined a series of regions on the Y chromosome called amplicons.

Image of mouse spermatocyte, which is the source of retinoic acid

Retinoic acid regulates transitions in mouse sperm production

November 7, 2017

Researchers swimming upstream in reproductive technology work now have important insights into sperm production

Detailed depiction of the structure of the mouse Y chromosome

What’s mighty about the mouse? For starters, its massive Y chromosome

October 30, 2014

An exhaustive effort to sequence the mouse Y chromosome reveals a surprisingly large and complex biological beast, at the same time providing remarkable insight into a heated battle for supremacy between mammalian sex chromosomes.

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