Satu Nahkuri

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Satu completed her MSc in Computer Science at University of Helsinki, in Finland. After a number of years as a telecommunications software engineer, consultant, and trainer she returned to her true passion, bioinformatics, and joined the Mattick lab as a PhD student in 2005. She is currently interested in the role of epigenetics in splicing.


Nahkuri S, Taft RJ, Mattick JS. Nucleosomes are preferentially positioned at exons in somatic and sperm cells. Cell Cycle. 2009 Oct 15;8(20):3420-4.

Nahkuri S, Taft RJ, Korbie DJ, Mattick JS. Molecular evolution of the HBII-52 snoRNA cluster. J Mol Biol. 2008 Sep 12;381(4):810-5.

Glazov EA, Pheasant M, Nahkuri S, Mattick JS. Evidence for control of splicing by alternative RNA secondary structures in Dipteran homothorax pre-mRNA. RNA Biol. 2006 Jan-Mar;3(1):36-9.


Satu Nahkuri, Ryan J. Taft and John S. Mattick. Nucleosomes are preferentially positioned at exons in vertebrates. Epigenetics World Congress. 17-18 Sep 2009, Berlin, Germany.

Satu Nahkuri, Ryan J. Taft, John S. Mattick. Evolution of a snoRNA cluster by duplication. First International EURASNET Conference on Alternative Splicing: Abstract 63. 21-23 May 2008, Krakow, Poland.

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