M. Eray Akbas

from Gölcük, Turkey
IMPRS doctoral researcher since July 2021 in Akhtar lab


Research interests
The lysine acetyltransferase (KAT) males absent on the first (MOF) is the catalytic core of two different chromatin-associated complexes (MSL and NSL). Previous studies point out that metabolic pathways that are subjected to regulation of MOF are cell-type- and context-specific. My PhD project will investigate the role of MOF in its context-specific dynamics by using mouse liver models and combining multiomics methods, biochemical approaches, and complementary in vivo experiments.
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