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Boag
Laboratory

Developmental and RNA
Biology

Welcome to the Boag Lab

From their birth till their destruction, RNAs are always associated with proteins. Deciphering the language of how RNAs interact with specific RNA-binding proteins is a fundamentally important concept in modern molecular cell biology.

We're part of the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute, and a member of the Development & Stem Cells, and
the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

Dr Peter Boag

My global research connections, partners and funding can be viewed on my Monash Research Profile.

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Our research

Our laboratory has two main focus areas. First, we are working on understanding how specific mRNAs are selected for post-transcriptional gene regulation during germ cell development. Second, we are investigating the biogenesis and function of a new family of small RNAs (22G endo-siRNAs) and how they help to maintain the genome integrity by modulation the transcriptional program of germ cells. We use a diverse set of experimental approaches, including cell biology, genetics, biochemistry and genomics to study the RNA pathways of the multicellular eukaryotic model organism C. elegans.

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