Life Sciences Research for Lifelong Health

Kristina Tabbada

Kristina started at the Babraham Institute in 2009, with the (then) newly-established Next Generation Sequencing Facility. Prior to coming to Babraham, Kristina was a forensic genetic analyst at the DNA Analysis Laboratory (University of the Philippines). She had also studied biological anthropology and completed a masteral dissertation project involving mitochondrial DNA sequencing of human populations at the University of Cambridge. 
 

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Latest Publications

Two Mutually Exclusive Local Chromatin States Drive Efficient V(D)J Recombination.

Bolland DJ, Koohy H, Wood AL

Cell reports
15 2211-1247:2475-87 (2016)

PMID: 27264181

Polycomb repressive complex PRC1 spatially constrains the mouse embryonic stem cell genome.

Schoenfelder S, Sugar R, Dimond A

Nature genetics
1546-1718: (2015)

PMID: 26323060

The pluripotent regulatory circuitry connecting promoters to their long-range interacting elements.

Schoenfelder S, Furlan-Magaril M, Mifsud B

Genome research
25 1549-5469:582-97 (2015)

PMID: 25752748

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