Welcome to the Meneghini lab website! We use the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae to investigate chromatin biology and the host-virus interaction. Taking full advantage of the strength of this model organism, we use genetics, molecular biology, cell biology, genomics, and proteomics approaches. Much of our work has utilized the gametogenesis phase of this organism’s lifecycle as a developmental model. We are in the Department of Molecular Genetics at the University of Toronto; located in the Discovery district of the downtown campus. Please see below for further information.
Characterizing the host-mitochondria/virus interaction through studies of the L-A dsRNA totivirus.
New tricks for old dogs: novel chromatin targets of histone methyltransferase enzymes.
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