Yaroslav Kainov

Yaroslav Kainov

Research Associate


MSc in biochemistry (specialization in virology) in Moscow State University;

PhD in molecular oncology (Cancer Research Center, Moscow);

Now I am working as a Research Associate in Department of Developmental Neurobiology (King's College London).

My current research interests lie in a field of post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression, its molecular mechanisms and role in cell differentiation and malignant transformation.

Related News:

PTBP1 links co-transcriptional splicing and epigenetic regulation in developing neurons

New publication from the Makeyev lab

Selected publications:

Kainov Y, Zhuravskaya A, Makeyev EV (2023) Protocol for auxin-inducible depletion of the RNA-binding protein PTBP1 in mouse embryonic stem cells. STAR Protoc 4: 102644.

Iannone C, Kainov Y, Zhuravskaya A, Hamid F, Nojima T, Makeyev EV (2023) PTBP1-activated co-transcriptional splicing controls epigenetic status of pluripotent stem cells. Mol Cell 83: 203-218.e9.

Kainov YA, Makeyev EV (2020) A transcriptome-wide antitermination mechanism sustaining identity of embryonic stem cells. Nat Commun 11: 361
Collins KM, Kainov YA, Christodolou E, Ray D, Morris Q, Hughes T, Taylor IA, Makeyev EV, Ramos A (2017) An RRM-ZnF RNA recognition module targets RBM10 to exonic sequences to promote exon exclusion. Nucleic Acids Res 45: 6761-6774