Jacob Bedia

Program: Immunology

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Undergraduate university: Stanford University

Research summary
Multi-omic studies have the potential to reveal previously unappreciated biology through the simultaneous measurement of millions of parameters. Recent work in the Pagliarini lab has mapped the proteome, lipidome, metabolome, and transcriptome of over 100 mitochondrial protein knockout cell lines. This has led to the discovery of novel mitochondrial protein functions and relations to disease. In my lab rotation, I mined these datasets to identify non-coding RNAs related to mitochondrial biology. This analysis revealed several uncharacterized non-coding RNA that strongly associated with mitochondrial proteins.

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