The Wang lab has published an article, Small RNA pathways in the nematode Ascaris in the absence of piRNAs, in the journal Nature Communications. It describes the diversity and plasticity of small RNA pathways in the parasitic nematode Ascaris. Specifically, the paper describes the dynamics of Ascaris Argonautes and their small RNAs throughout spermatogenesis in the absence of piRNAs. Maxim Zagoshkin, a postdoc in the Wang Lab, is first author. This work was a collaboration with the Davis lab in the University of Colorado School of Medicine.