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Professor Gregory Copenhaver has published a collaborative paper in Frontiers in Plant Science entitled “The Role of Chromatid Interference in Determining Meiotic Crossover Patterns” together with his colleagues from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium. The paper provides a new way to measure how chromosomes interact with one another during reproduction. When these interactions don’t happen correctly chromosomes can mis-segregate which can result in chromosome number imbalances.

To learn more about Professor Copenhaver and his lab, visit his lab website and read the Frontiers article here.

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