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profileKevin Struhl, PH.D.

TitleDavid Wesley Gaiser Professor of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
InstitutionHarvard Medical School
DepartmentBiological Chemistry & Molecular Pharmacology
Address240 Longwood Ave, C2-315
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240 Longwood Ave
Boston MA 02115
Phone617/432-2104
Fax617/432-2529
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R01CA107486     (STRUHL, KEVIN)May 25, 2004 - Apr 30, 2021
NIH/NCI
Genomic targets of oncoproteins and tumor suppressors
Role: Principal Investigator

R13CA078317     (STRUHL, KEVIN)Jul 1, 1998 - Jun 30, 1999
NIH/NCI
TRANSCRIPTIONAL REG IN CELL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Role: Principal Investigator

R01GM053720     (STRUHL, KEVIN)Sep 30, 1995 - Dec 31, 2009
NIH/NIGMS
Molecular Mechanisms of Global Represion in Yeast
Role: Principal Investigator

R01CA065965     (STRUHL, KEVIN)Sep 7, 1995 - Jun 30, 2001
NIH/NCI
CELLULAR TRANSFORMATION BY AP-1 TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS
Role: Principal Investigator

R01GM046555     (STRUHL, KEVIN)Aug 1, 1991 - Jul 31, 1995
NIH/NIGMS
DIMERIZATION &DNA BINDING SPECIFICITY OF BZIP PROTEINS
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Struhl Laboratory - Plasmids (766), S. cerevisiae strains (1018) and S. pombe strains (2)

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  1. Jin Y, Eser U, Struhl K, Churchman LS. The Ground State and Evolution of Promoter Region Directionality. Cell. 2017 Aug 24; 170(5):889-898.e10. PMID: 28803729.
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  2. Petrenko N, Jin Y, Wong KH, Struhl K. Evidence that Mediator is essential for Pol II transcription, but is not a required component of the preinitiation complex in vivo. Elife. 2017 Jul 12; 6. PMID: 28699889.
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  3. Henry WS, Hendrickson DG, Beca F, Glass B, Lindahl-Allen M, He L, Ji Z, Struhl K, Beck AH, Rinn JL, Toker A. LINC00520 is induced by Src, STAT3, and PI3K and plays a functional role in breast cancer. Oncotarget. 2016 Dec 13; 7(50):81981-81994. PMID: 27626181.
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  4. Petrenko N, Jin Y, Wong KH, Struhl K. Mediator Undergoes a Compositional Change during Transcriptional Activation. Mol Cell. 2016 Nov 03; 64(3):443-454. PMID: 27773675.
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  5. Miotto B, Ji Z, Struhl K. Selectivity of ORC binding sites and the relation to replication timing, fragile sites, and deletions in cancers. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2016 Aug 16; 113(33):E4810-9. PMID: 27436900; PMCID: PMC4995967 [Available on 02/16/17].
  6. Ji Z, Song R, Huang H, Regev A, Struhl K. Transcriptome-scale RNase-footprinting of RNA-protein complexes. Nat Biotechnol. 2016 Apr; 34(4):410-3. PMID: 26900662; PMCID: PMC4824641.
  7. Ji Z, Song R, Regev A, Struhl K. Many lncRNAs, 5'UTRs, and pseudogenes are translated and some are likely to express functional proteins. Elife. 2015 Dec 19; 4:e08890. PMID: 26687005; PMCID: PMC4739776.
  8. Rotem A, Janzer A, Izar B, Ji Z, Doench JG, Garraway LA, Struhl K. Alternative to the soft-agar assay that permits high-throughput drug and genetic screens for cellular transformation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2015 May 05; 112(18):5708-13. PMID: 25902495; PMCID: PMC4426412.
  9. Jin Y, Geisberg JV, Moqtaderi Z, Ji Z, Hoque M, Tian B, Struhl K. Mapping 3' mRNA isoforms on a genomic scale. Curr Protoc Mol Biol. 2015 Apr 01; 110:4.23.1-17. PMID: 25827089; PMCID: PMC4397975.
  10. Fleming JD, Giresi PG, Lindahl-Allen M, Krall EB, Lieb JD, Struhl K. STAT3 acts through pre-existing nucleosome-depleted regions bound by FOS during an epigenetic switch linking inflammation to cancer. Epigenetics Chromatin. 2015; 8:7. PMID: 25784959; PMCID: PMC4362815.
  11. Janzer A, German NJ, Gonzalez-Herrera KN, Asara JM, Haigis MC, Struhl K. Metformin and phenformin deplete tricarboxylic acid cycle and glycolytic intermediates during cell transformation and NTPs in cancer stem cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014 Jul 22; 111(29):10574-9. PMID: 25002509; PMCID: PMC4115496.
  12. Wong KH, Jin Y, Struhl K. TFIIH phosphorylation of the Pol II CTD stimulates mediator dissociation from the preinitiation complex and promoter escape. Mol Cell. 2014 May 22; 54(4):601-12. PMID: 24746699; PMCID: PMC4035452.
  13. Moqtaderi Z, Geisberg JV, Struhl K. Secondary structures involving the poly(A) tail and other 3' sequences are major determinants of mRNA isoform stability in yeast. Microb Cell. 2014 Apr; 1(4):137-139. PMID: 25279376.
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  14. Struhl K. Is DNA methylation of tumour suppressor genes epigenetic? Elife. 2014 Mar 12; 3:e02475. PMID: 24623307; PMCID: PMC3949415.
  15. Geisberg JV, Moqtaderi Z, Fan X, Ozsolak F, Struhl K. Global analysis of mRNA isoform half-lives reveals stabilizing and destabilizing elements in yeast. Cell. 2014 Feb 13; 156(4):812-24. PMID: 24529382; PMCID: PMC3939777.
  16. Moqtaderi Z, Geisberg JV, Jin Y, Fan X, Struhl K. Species-specific factors mediate extensive heterogeneity of mRNA 3' ends in yeasts. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013 Jul 02; 110(27):11073-8. PMID: 23776204; PMCID: PMC3703967.
  17. Fleming JD, Pavesi G, Benatti P, Imbriano C, Mantovani R, Struhl K. NF-Y coassociates with FOS at promoters, enhancers, repetitive elements, and inactive chromatin regions, and is stereo-positioned with growth-controlling transcription factors. Genome Res. 2013 Aug; 23(8):1195-209. PMID: 23595228; PMCID: PMC3730095.
  18. Struhl K, Segal E. Determinants of nucleosome positioning. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2013 Mar; 20(3):267-73. PMID: 23463311; PMCID: PMC3740156.
  19. Hirsch HA, Iliopoulos D, Struhl K. Metformin inhibits the inflammatory response associated with cellular transformation and cancer stem cell growth. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013 Jan 15; 110(3):972-7. PMID: 23277563; PMCID: PMC3549132.
  20. An integrated encyclopedia of DNA elements in the human genome. Nature. 2012 Sep 06; 489(7414):57-74. PMID: 22955616; PMCID: PMC3439153.
  21. Polytarchou C, Iliopoulos D, Struhl K. An integrated transcriptional regulatory circuit that reinforces the breast cancer stem cell state. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012 Sep 04; 109(36):14470-5. PMID: 22908280; PMCID: PMC3437881.
  22. Hughes AL, Jin Y, Rando OJ, Struhl K. A functional evolutionary approach to identify determinants of nucleosome positioning: a unifying model for establishing the genome-wide pattern. Mol Cell. 2012 Oct 12; 48(1):5-15. PMID: 22885008; PMCID: PMC3472102.
  23. Barber MF, Michishita-Kioi E, Xi Y, Tasselli L, Kioi M, Moqtaderi Z, Tennen RI, Paredes S, Young NL, Chen K, Struhl K, Garcia BA, Gozani O, Li W, Chua KF. SIRT7 links H3K18 deacetylation to maintenance of oncogenic transformation. Nature. 2012 Jul 05; 487(7405):114-8. PMID: 22722849; PMCID: PMC3412143.
  24. Yuan CC, Matthews AG, Jin Y, Chen CF, Chapman BA, Ohsumi TK, Glass KC, Kutateladze TG, Borowsky ML, Struhl K, Oettinger MA. Histone H3R2 symmetric dimethylation and histone H3K4 trimethylation are tightly correlated in eukaryotic genomes. Cell Rep. 2012 Feb 23; 1(2):83-90. PMID: 22720264; PMCID: PMC3377377.
  25. Hatziapostolou M, Polytarchou C, Aggelidou E, Drakaki A, Poultsides GA, Jaeger SA, Ogata H, Karin M, Struhl K, Hadzopoulou-Cladaras M, Iliopoulos D. An HNF4a-miRNA inflammatory feedback circuit regulates hepatocellular oncogenesis. Cell. 2011 Dec 09; 147(6):1233-47. PMID: 22153071; PMCID: PMC3251960.
  26. Wong KH, Struhl K. The Cyc8-Tup1 complex inhibits transcription primarily by masking the activation domain of the recruiting protein. Genes Dev. 2011 Dec 01; 25(23):2525-39. PMID: 22156212; PMCID: PMC3243062.
  27. Lee JJ, Drakaki A, Iliopoulos D, Struhl K. MiR-27b targets PPAR? to inhibit growth, tumor progression and the inflammatory response in neuroblastoma cells. Oncogene. 2012 Aug 16; 31(33):3818-25. PMID: 22120719; PMCID: PMC3290753.
  28. Krebs AR, Karmodiya K, Lindahl-Allen M, Struhl K, Tora L. SAGA and ATAC histone acetyl transferase complexes regulate distinct sets of genes and ATAC defines a class of p300-independent enhancers. Mol Cell. 2011 Nov 04; 44(3):410-423. PMID: 22055187; PMCID: PMC4641564.
  29. Miotto B, Struhl K. JNK1 phosphorylation of Cdt1 inhibits recruitment of HBO1 histone acetylase and blocks replication licensing in response to stress. Mol Cell. 2011 Oct 07; 44(1):62-71. PMID: 21856198; PMCID: PMC3190045.
  30. Tirosh I, Wong KH, Barkai N, Struhl K. Extensive divergence of yeast stress responses through transitions between induced and constitutive activation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 Oct 04; 108(40):16693-8. PMID: 21930916; PMCID: PMC3189053.
  31. Iliopoulos D, Rotem A, Struhl K. Inhibition of miR-193a expression by Max and RXRa activates K-Ras and PLAU to mediate distinct aspects of cellular transformation. Cancer Res. 2011 Aug 01; 71(15):5144-53. PMID: 21670079; PMCID: PMC3148313.
  32. Esberg A, Moqtaderi Z, Fan X, Lu J, Struhl K, Byström A. Iwr1 protein is important for preinitiation complex formation by all three nuclear RNA polymerases in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. PLoS One. 2011; 6(6):e20829. PMID: 21695216; PMCID: PMC3112208.
  33. Polytarchou C, Iliopoulos D, Hatziapostolou M, Kottakis F, Maroulakou I, Struhl K, Tsichlis PN. Akt2 regulates all Akt isoforms and promotes resistance to hypoxia through induction of miR-21 upon oxygen deprivation. Cancer Res. 2011 Jul 01; 71(13):4720-31. PMID: 21555366; PMCID: PMC3129420.
  34. Iliopoulos D, Hirsch HA, Struhl K. Metformin decreases the dose of chemotherapy for prolonging tumor remission in mouse xenografts involving multiple cancer cell types. Cancer Res. 2011 May 01; 71(9):3196-201. PMID: 21415163; PMCID: PMC3085572.
  35. Iliopoulos D, Hirsch HA, Wang G, Struhl K. Inducible formation of breast cancer stem cells and their dynamic equilibrium with non-stem cancer cells via IL6 secretion. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 Jan 25; 108(4):1397-402. PMID: 21220315; PMCID: PMC3029760.
  36. Katan-Khaykovich Y, Struhl K. Splitting of H3-H4 tetramers at transcriptionally active genes undergoing dynamic histone exchange. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 Jan 25; 108(4):1296-301. PMID: 21220302; PMCID: PMC3029712.
  37. Locke G, Tolkunov D, Moqtaderi Z, Struhl K, Morozov AV. High-throughput sequencing reveals a simple model of nucleosome energetics. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 Dec 07; 107(49):20998-1003. PMID: 21084631; PMCID: PMC3000311.
  38. Fan X, Moqtaderi Z, Jin Y, Zhang Y, Liu XS, Struhl K. Nucleosome depletion at yeast terminators is not intrinsic and can occur by a transcriptional mechanism linked to 3'-end formation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 Oct 19; 107(42):17945-50. PMID: 20921369; PMCID: PMC2964211.
  39. Iliopoulos D, Lindahl-Allen M, Polytarchou C, Hirsch HA, Tsichlis PN, Struhl K. Loss of miR-200 inhibition of Suz12 leads to polycomb-mediated repression required for the formation and maintenance of cancer stem cells. Mol Cell. 2010 Sep 10; 39(5):761-72. PMID: 20832727; PMCID: PMC2938080.
  40. Iliopoulos D, Jaeger SA, Hirsch HA, Bulyk ML, Struhl K. STAT3 activation of miR-21 and miR-181b-1 via PTEN and CYLD are part of the epigenetic switch linking inflammation to cancer. Mol Cell. 2010 Aug 27; 39(4):493-506. PMID: 20797623; PMCID: PMC2929389.
  41. Zhang Y, Moqtaderi Z, Rattner BP, Euskirchen G, Snyder M, Kadonaga JT, Liu XS, Struhl K. Evidence against a genomic code for nucleosome positioning. Reply to "Nucleosome sequence preferences influence in vivo nucleosome organization.". Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2010 Aug; 17(8):920-3. PMID: 20683474; PMCID: PMC4742340.
  42. Yang A, Zhu Z, Kettenbach A, Kapranov P, McKeon F, Gingeras TR, Struhl K. Genome-wide mapping indicates that p73 and p63 co-occupy target sites and have similar dna-binding profiles in vivo. PLoS One. 2010 Jul 14; 5(7):e11572. PMID: 20644729; PMCID: PMC2904373.
  43. Moqtaderi Z, Wang J, Raha D, White RJ, Snyder M, Weng Z, Struhl K. Genomic binding profiles of functionally distinct RNA polymerase III transcription complexes in human cells. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2010 May; 17(5):635-40. PMID: 20418883; PMCID: PMC3350333.
  44. Hirsch HA, Iliopoulos D, Joshi A, Zhang Y, Jaeger SA, Bulyk M, Tsichlis PN, Shirley Liu X, Struhl K. A transcriptional signature and common gene networks link cancer with lipid metabolism and diverse human diseases. Cancer Cell. 2010 Apr 13; 17(4):348-61. PMID: 20385360; PMCID: PMC2854678.
  45. Raha D, Wang Z, Moqtaderi Z, Wu L, Zhong G, Gerstein M, Struhl K, Snyder M. Close association of RNA polymerase II and many transcription factors with Pol III genes. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 Feb 23; 107(8):3639-44. PMID: 20139302; PMCID: PMC2840497.
  46. Miotto B, Struhl K. HBO1 histone acetylase activity is essential for DNA replication licensing and inhibited by Geminin. Mol Cell. 2010 Jan 15; 37(1):57-66. PMID: 20129055; PMCID: PMC2818871.
  47. Iliopoulos D, Hirsch HA, Struhl K. An epigenetic switch involving NF-kappaB, Lin28, Let-7 MicroRNA, and IL6 links inflammation to cell transformation. Cell. 2009 Nov 13; 139(4):693-706. PMID: 19878981; PMCID: PMC2783826.
  48. Iliopoulos D, Polytarchou C, Hatziapostolou M, Kottakis F, Maroulakou IG, Struhl K, Tsichlis PN. MicroRNAs differentially regulated by Akt isoforms control EMT and stem cell renewal in cancer cells. Sci Signal. 2009 Oct 13; 2(92):ra62. PMID: 19825827; PMCID: PMC2862216.
  49. Hirsch HA, Iliopoulos D, Tsichlis PN, Struhl K. Metformin selectively targets cancer stem cells, and acts together with chemotherapy to block tumor growth and prolong remission. Cancer Res. 2009 Oct 01; 69(19):7507-11. PMID: 19752085; PMCID: PMC2756324.
  50. Auerbach RK, Euskirchen G, Rozowsky J, Lamarre-Vincent N, Moqtaderi Z, Lefrançois P, Struhl K, Gerstein M, Snyder M. Mapping accessible chromatin regions using Sono-Seq. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009 Sep 01; 106(35):14926-31. PMID: 19706456; PMCID: PMC2736440.
  51. Zhang Y, Moqtaderi Z, Rattner BP, Euskirchen G, Snyder M, Kadonaga JT, Liu XS, Struhl K. Intrinsic histone-DNA interactions are not the major determinant of nucleosome positions in vivo. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2009 Aug; 16(8):847-52. PMID: 19620965; PMCID: PMC2823114.
  52. Fan X, Struhl K. Where does mediator bind in vivo? PLoS One. 2009; 4(4):e5029. PMID: 19343176; PMCID: PMC2661142.
  53. Madhani HD, Francis NJ, Kingston RE, Kornberg RD, Moazed D, Narlikar GJ, Panning B, Struhl K. Epigenomics: a roadmap, but to where? Science. 2008 Oct 03; 322(5898):43-4. PMID: 18832628; PMCID: PMC4479142.
  54. Miotto B, Struhl K. HBO1 histone acetylase is a coactivator of the replication licensing factor Cdt1. Genes Dev. 2008 Oct 01; 22(19):2633-8. PMID: 18832067; PMCID: PMC2559906.
  55. Struhl K. The hisB463 mutation and expression of a eukaryotic protein in Escherichia coli. Genetics. 2008 Oct; 180(2):709-14. PMID: 18927256; PMCID: PMC2567374.
  56. Fan X, Lamarre-Vincent N, Wang Q, Struhl K. Extensive chromatin fragmentation improves enrichment of protein binding sites in chromatin immunoprecipitation experiments. Nucleic Acids Res. 2008 Nov; 36(19):e125. PMID: 18765474; PMCID: PMC2577354.
  57. Thakur JK, Arthanari H, Yang F, Pan SJ, Fan X, Breger J, Frueh DP, Gulshan K, Li DK, Mylonakis E, Struhl K, Moye-Rowley WS, Cormack BP, Wagner G, Näär AM. A nuclear receptor-like pathway regulating multidrug resistance in fungi. Nature. 2008 Apr 03; 452(7187):604-9. PMID: 18385733.
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  58. Moqtaderi Z, Struhl K. Expanding the repertoire of plasmids for PCR-mediated epitope tagging in yeast. Yeast. 2008 Apr; 25(4):287-92. PMID: 18338317.
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  59. Wade JT, Struhl K. The transition from transcriptional initiation to elongation. Curr Opin Genet Dev. 2008 Apr; 18(2):130-6. PMID: 18282700; PMCID: PMC2563432.
  60. Johnson DS, Li W, Gordon DB, Bhattacharjee A, Curry B, Ghosh J, Brizuela L, Carroll JS, Brown M, Flicek P, Koch CM, Dunham I, Bieda M, Xu X, Farnham PJ, Kapranov P, Nix DA, Gingeras TR, Zhang X, Holster H, Jiang N, Green RD, Song JS, McCuine SA, Anton E, Nguyen L, Trinklein ND, Ye Z, Ching K, Hawkins D, Ren B, Scacheri PC, Rozowsky J, Karpikov A, Euskirchen G, Weissman S, Gerstein M, Snyder M, Yang A, Moqtaderi Z, Hirsch H, Shulha HP, Fu Y, Weng Z, Struhl K, Myers RM, Lieb JD, Liu XS. Systematic evaluation of variability in ChIP-chip experiments using predefined DNA targets. Genome Res. 2008 Mar; 18(3):393-403. PMID: 18258921; PMCID: PMC2259103.
  61. Struhl K. Kevin Struhl. Interview. Curr Biol. 2008 Jan 08; 18(1):R7-9. PMID: 18228638.
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  62. Ghosh S, Hirsch HA, Sekinger EA, Kapranov P, Struhl K, Gingeras TR. Differential analysis for high density tiling microarray data. BMC Bioinformatics. 2007 Sep 24; 8:359. PMID: 17892592; PMCID: PMC2231405.
  63. Schwabish MA, Struhl K. The Swi/Snf complex is important for histone eviction during transcriptional activation and RNA polymerase II elongation in vivo. Mol Cell Biol. 2007 Oct; 27(20):6987-95. PMID: 17709398; PMCID: PMC2168902.
  64. Miotto B, Struhl K. [Histone H4 lysine 16 acetylation: from genome regulation to tumoral progression]. Med Sci (Paris). 2007 Aug-Sep; 23(8-9):735-40. PMID: 17875292.
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  65. Peckham HE, Thurman RE, Fu Y, Stamatoyannopoulos JA, Noble WS, Struhl K, Weng Z. Nucleosome positioning signals in genomic DNA. Genome Res. 2007 Aug; 17(8):1170-7. PMID: 17620451; PMCID: PMC1933512.
  66. Wade JT, Struhl K, Busby SJ, Grainger DC. Genomic analysis of protein-DNA interactions in bacteria: insights into transcription and chromosome organization. Mol Microbiol. 2007 Jul; 65(1):21-6. PMID: 17581117.
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  67. Birney E, Stamatoyannopoulos JA, Dutta A, Guigó R, Gingeras TR, Margulies EH, Weng Z, Snyder M, Dermitzakis ET, Thurman RE, Kuehn MS, Taylor CM, Neph S, Koch CM, Asthana S, Malhotra A, Adzhubei I, Greenbaum JA, Andrews RM, Flicek P, Boyle PJ, Cao H, Carter NP, Clelland GK, Davis S, Day N, Dhami P, Dillon SC, Dorschner MO, Fiegler H, Giresi PG, Goldy J, Hawrylycz M, Haydock A, Humbert R, James KD, Johnson BE, Johnson EM, Frum TT, Rosenzweig ER, Karnani N, Lee K, Lefebvre GC, Navas PA, Neri F, Parker SC, Sabo PJ, Sandstrom R, Shafer A, Vetrie D, Weaver M, Wilcox S, Yu M, Collins FS, Dekker J, Lieb JD, Tullius TD, Crawford GE, Sunyaev S, Noble WS, Dunham I, Denoeud F, Reymond A, Kapranov P, Rozowsky J, Zheng D, Castelo R, Frankish A, Harrow J, Ghosh S, Sandelin A, Hofacker IL, Baertsch R, Keefe D, Dike S, Cheng J, Hirsch HA, Sekinger EA, Lagarde J, Abril JF, Shahab A, Flamm C, Fried C, Hackermüller J, Hertel J, Lindemeyer M, Missal K, Tanzer A, Washietl S, Korbel J, Emanuelsson O, Pedersen JS, Holroyd N, Taylor R, Swarbreck D, Matthews N, Dickson MC, Thomas DJ, Weirauch MT, Gilbert J, Drenkow J, Bell I, Zhao X, Srinivasan KG, Sung WK, Ooi HS, Chiu KP, Foissac S, Alioto T, Brent M, Pachter L, Tress ML, Valencia A, Choo SW, Choo CY, Ucla C, Manzano C, Wyss C, Cheung E, Clark TG, Brown JB, Ganesh M, Patel S, Tammana H, Chrast J, Henrichsen CN, Kai C, Kawai J, Nagalakshmi U, Wu J, Lian Z, Lian J, Newburger P, Zhang X, Bickel P, Mattick JS, Carninci P, Hayashizaki Y, Weissman S, Hubbard T, Myers RM, Rogers J, Stadler PF, Lowe TM, Wei CL, Ruan Y, Struhl K, Gerstein M, Antonarakis SE, Fu Y, Green ED, Karaöz U, Siepel A, Taylor J, Liefer LA, Wetterstrand KA, Good PJ, Feingold EA, Guyer MS, Cooper GM, Asimenos G, Dewey CN, Hou M, Nikolaev S, Montoya-Burgos JI, Löytynoja A, Whelan S, Pardi F, Massingham T, Huang H, Zhang NR, Holmes I, Mullikin JC, Ureta-Vidal A, Paten B, Seringhaus M, Church D, Rosenbloom K, Kent WJ, Stone EA, Batzoglou S, Goldman N, Hardison RC, Haussler D, Miller W, Sidow A, Trinklein ND, Zhang ZD, Barrera L, Stuart R, King DC, Ameur A, Enroth S, Bieda MC, Kim J, Bhinge AA, Jiang N, Liu J, Yao F, Vega VB, Lee CW, Ng P, Shahab A, Yang A, Moqtaderi Z, Zhu Z, Xu X, Squazzo S, Oberley MJ, Inman D, Singer MA, Richmond TA, Munn KJ, Rada-Iglesias A, Wallerman O, Komorowski J, Fowler JC, Couttet P, Bruce AW, Dovey OM, Ellis PD, Langford CF, Nix DA, Euskirchen G, Hartman S, Urban AE, Kraus P, Van Calcar S, Heintzman N, Kim TH, Wang K, Qu C, Hon G, Luna R, Glass CK, Rosenfeld MG, Aldred SF, Cooper SJ, Halees A, Lin JM, Shulha HP, Zhang X, Xu M, Haidar JN, Yu Y, Ruan Y, Iyer VR, Green RD, Wadelius C, Farnham PJ, Ren B, Harte RA, Hinrichs AS, Trumbower H, Clawson H, Hillman-Jackson J, Zweig AS, Smith K, Thakkapallayil A, Barber G, Kuhn RM, Karolchik D, Armengol L, Bird CP, de Bakker PI, Kern AD, Lopez-Bigas N, Martin JD, Stranger BE, Woodroffe A, Davydov E, Dimas A, Eyras E, Hallgrímsdóttir IB, Huppert J, Zody MC, Abecasis GR, Estivill X, Bouffard GG, Guan X, Hansen NF, Idol JR, Maduro VV, Maskeri B, McDowell JC, Park M, Thomas PJ, Young AC, Blakesley RW, Muzny DM, Sodergren E, Wheeler DA, Worley KC, Jiang H, Weinstock GM, Gibbs RA, Graves T, Fulton R, Mardis ER, Wilson RK, Clamp M, Cuff J, Gnerre S, Jaffe DB, Chang JL, Lindblad-Toh K, Lander ES, Koriabine M, Nefedov M, Osoegawa K, Yoshinaga Y, Zhu B, de Jong PJ. Identification and analysis of functional elements in 1% of the human genome by the ENCODE pilot project. Nature. 2007 Jun 14; 447(7146):799-816. PMID: 17571346; PMCID: PMC2212820.
  68. Struhl K. Transcriptional noise and the fidelity of initiation by RNA polymerase II. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2007 Feb; 14(2):103-5. PMID: 17277804.
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  69. Reppas NB, Wade JT, Church GM, Struhl K. The transition between transcriptional initiation and elongation in E. coli is highly variable and often rate limiting. Mol Cell. 2006 Dec 08; 24(5):747-57. PMID: 17157257.
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  70. Yang A, Zhu Z, Kapranov P, McKeon F, Church GM, Gingeras TR, Struhl K. Relationships between p63 binding, DNA sequence, transcription activity, and biological function in human cells. Mol Cell. 2006 Nov 17; 24(4):593-602. PMID: 17188034.
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  71. Pascual-Ahuir A, Struhl K, Proft M. Genome-wide location analysis of the stress-activated MAP kinase Hog1 in yeast. Methods. 2006 Nov; 40(3):272-8. PMID: 16884916.
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  72. Ghosh S, Hirsch HA, Sekinger E, Struhl K, Gingeras TR. Rank-statistics based enrichment-site prediction algorithm developed for chromatin immunoprecipitation on chip experiments. BMC Bioinformatics. 2006 Oct 05; 7:434. PMID: 17022824; PMCID: PMC1615882.
  73. Wade JT, Castro Roa D, Grainger DC, Hurd D, Busby SJ, Struhl K, Nudler E. Extensive functional overlap between sigma factors in Escherichia coli. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2006 Sep; 13(9):806-14. PMID: 16892065.
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  74. Miotto B, Struhl K. Differential gene regulation by selective association of transcriptional coactivators and bZIP DNA-binding domains. Mol Cell Biol. 2006 Aug; 26(16):5969-82. PMID: 16880509; PMCID: PMC1592802.
  75. Proft M, Mas G, de Nadal E, Vendrell A, Noriega N, Struhl K, Posas F. The stress-activated Hog1 kinase is a selective transcriptional elongation factor for genes responding to osmotic stress. Mol Cell. 2006 Jul 21; 23(2):241-50. PMID: 16857590.
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  76. Schwabish MA, Struhl K. Asf1 mediates histone eviction and deposition during elongation by RNA polymerase II. Mol Cell. 2006 May 05; 22(3):415-22. PMID: 16678113.
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  122. Struhl K. Subcloning of DNA fragments. Curr Protoc Mol Biol. 2001 May; Chapter 3:Unit3.16. PMID: 18265225.
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  130. Greene JM, Struhl K. S1 analysis of messenger RNA using single-stranded DNA probes. Curr Protoc Mol Biol. 2001 May; Chapter 4:Unit4.6. PMID: 18265240.
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  137. Mencía M, Struhl K. Region of yeast TAF 130 required for TFIID to associate with promoters. Mol Cell Biol. 2001 Feb; 21(4):1145-54. PMID: 11158301; PMCID: PMC99568.
  138. Kuo MH, vom Baur E, Struhl K, Allis CD. Gcn4 activator targets Gcn5 histone acetyltransferase to specific promoters independently of transcription. Mol Cell. 2000 Dec; 6(6):1309-20. PMID: 11163205.
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  143. Garcia-Gimeno MA, Struhl K. Aca1 and Aca2, ATF/CREB activators in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, are important for carbon source utilization but not the response to stress. Mol Cell Biol. 2000 Jun; 20(12):4340-9. PMID: 10825197; PMCID: PMC85801.
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  151. Keaveney M, Struhl K. Incorporation of Drosophila TAF110 into the yeast TFIID complex does not permit the Sp1 glutamine-rich activation domain to function in vivo. Genes Cells. 1999 Apr; 4(4):197-203. PMID: 10336691.
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  153. Van Heeckeren WJ, Dorris DR, Struhl K. The mating-type proteins of fission yeast induce meiosis by directly activating mei3 transcription. Mol Cell Biol. 1998 Dec; 18(12):7317-26. PMID: 9819418; PMCID: PMC109313.
  154. Benson JD, Benson M, Howley PM, Struhl K. Association of distinct yeast Not2 functional domains with components of Gcn5 histone acetylase and Ccr4 transcriptional regulatory complexes. EMBO J. 1998 Nov 16; 17(22):6714-22. PMID: 9822614; PMCID: PMC1171016.
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  163. Fernandes L, Rodrigues-Pousada C, Struhl K. Yap, a novel family of eight bZIP proteins in Saccharomyces cerevisiae with distinct biological functions. Mol Cell Biol. 1997 Dec; 17(12):6982-93. PMID: 9372930; PMCID: PMC232555.
  164. Kadosh D, Struhl K. Repression by Ume6 involves recruitment of a complex containing Sin3 corepressor and Rpd3 histone deacetylase to target promoters. Cell. 1997 May 02; 89(3):365-71. PMID: 9150136.
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  182. Tzamarias D, Struhl K. Distinct TPR motifs of Cyc8 are involved in recruiting the Cyc8-Tup1 corepressor complex to differentially regulated promoters. Genes Dev. 1995 Apr 01; 9(7):821-31. PMID: 7705659.
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  188. Arndt KM, Wobbe CR, Ricupero-Hovasse S, Struhl K, Winston F. Equivalent mutations in the two repeats of yeast TATA-binding protein confer distinct TATA recognition specificities. Mol Cell Biol. 1994 Jun; 14(6):3719-28. PMID: 8196615; PMCID: PMC358739.
  189. Engelberg D, Klein C, Martinetto H, Struhl K, Karin M. The UV response involving the Ras signaling pathway and AP-1 transcription factors is conserved between yeast and mammals. Cell. 1994 May 06; 77(3):381-90. PMID: 8181058.
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  190. Collart MA, Struhl K. NOT1(CDC39), NOT2(CDC36), NOT3, and NOT4 encode a global-negative regulator of transcription that differentially affects TATA-element utilization. Genes Dev. 1994 Mar 01; 8(5):525-37. PMID: 7926748.
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  192. Struhl K. Duality of TBP, the universal transcription factor. Science. 1994 Feb 25; 263(5150):1103-4. PMID: 8108728.
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  193. Cormack BP, Struhl K. Regional codon randomization: defining a TATA-binding protein surface required for RNA polymerase III transcription. Science. 1993 Oct 08; 262(5131):244-8. PMID: 8211143.
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  194. Pu WT, Struhl K. Dimerization of leucine zippers analyzed by random selection. Nucleic Acids Res. 1993 Sep 11; 21(18):4348-55. PMID: 8414991; PMCID: PMC310071.
  195. Struhl K. Yeast transcription factors. Curr Opin Cell Biol. 1993 Jun; 5(3):513-20. PMID: 8352970.
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  196. Kim J, Tzamarias D, Ellenberger T, Harrison SC, Struhl K. Adaptability at the protein-DNA interface is an important aspect of sequence recognition by bZIP proteins. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1993 May 15; 90(10):4513-7. PMID: 8506292; PMCID: PMC46542.
  197. Struhl K. Gene expression: chromatin and transcription factors: who's on first? Curr Biol. 1993 Apr 01; 3(4):220-2. PMID: 15335771.
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  198. Collart MA, Struhl K. CDC39, an essential nuclear protein that negatively regulates transcription and differentially affects the constitutive and inducible HIS3 promoters. EMBO J. 1993 Jan; 12(1):177-86. PMID: 8428577; PMCID: PMC413189.
  199. Ellenberger TE, Brandl CJ, Struhl K, Harrison SC. The GCN4 basic region leucine zipper binds DNA as a dimer of uninterrupted alpha helices: crystal structure of the protein-DNA complex. Cell. 1992 Dec 24; 71(7):1223-37. PMID: 1473154.
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  200. Vincent AC, Struhl K. ACR1, a yeast ATF/CREB repressor. Mol Cell Biol. 1992 Dec; 12(12):5394-405. PMID: 1448073; PMCID: PMC360477.
  201. Oliviero S, Robinson GS, Struhl K, Spiegelman BM. Yeast GCN4 as a probe for oncogenesis by AP-1 transcription factors: transcriptional activation through AP-1 sites is not sufficient for cellular transformation. Genes Dev. 1992 Sep; 6(9):1799-809. PMID: 1516834.
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  202. van Heeckeren WJ, Sellers JW, Struhl K. Role of the conserved leucines in the leucine zipper dimerization motif of yeast GCN4. Nucleic Acids Res. 1992 Jul 25; 20(14):3721-4. PMID: 1641337; PMCID: PMC334023.
  203. Cormack BP, Struhl K. The TATA-binding protein is required for transcription by all three nuclear RNA polymerases in yeast cells. Cell. 1992 May 15; 69(4):685-96. PMID: 1586947.
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  204. Tzamarias D, Pu WT, Struhl K. Mutations in the bZIP domain of yeast GCN4 that alter DNA-binding specificity. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1992 Mar 15; 89(6):2007-11. PMID: 1549559; PMCID: PMC48585.
  205. Pu WT, Struhl K. Uracil interference, a rapid and general method for defining protein-DNA interactions involving the 5-methyl group of thymines: the GCN4-DNA complex. Nucleic Acids Res. 1992 Feb 25; 20(4):771-5. PMID: 1542572; PMCID: PMC312016.
  206. Strubin M, Struhl K. Yeast and human TFIID with altered DNA-binding specificity for TATA elements. Cell. 1992 Feb 21; 68(4):721-30. PMID: 1739977.
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  207. Kelleher RJ, Flanagan PM, Chasman DI, Ponticelli AS, Struhl K, Kornberg RD. Yeast and human TFIIDs are interchangeable for the response to acidic transcriptional activators in vitro. Genes Dev. 1992 Feb; 6(2):296-303. PMID: 1310667.
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  208. Struhl K, Cameron JR, Davis RW. Functional genetic expression of eukaryotic DNA in Escherichia coli. 1976. Biotechnology. 1992; 24:353-7. PMID: 1422039.
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  209. Pu WT, Struhl K. Highly conserved residues in the bZIP domain of yeast GCN4 are not essential for DNA binding. Mol Cell Biol. 1991 Oct; 11(10):4918-26. PMID: 1922025; PMCID: PMC361466.
  210. Pu WT, Struhl K. The leucine zipper symmetrically positions the adjacent basic regions for specific DNA binding. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1991 Aug 15; 88(16):6901-5. PMID: 1871104; PMCID: PMC52201.
  211. Struhl K. Mechanisms for diversity in gene expression patterns. Neuron. 1991 Aug; 7(2):177-81. PMID: 1873025.
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  212. Cormack BP, Strubin M, Ponticelli AS, Struhl K. Functional differences between yeast and human TFIID are localized to the highly conserved region. Cell. 1991 Apr 19; 65(2):341-8. PMID: 2015628.
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  213. Oliviero S, Struhl K. Synergistic transcriptional enhancement does not depend on the number of acidic activation domains bound to the promoter. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1991 Jan 01; 88(1):224-8. PMID: 1898773; PMCID: PMC50782.
  214. Struhl K. Reverse biochemistry: methods and applications for synthesizing yeast proteins in vitro. Methods Enzymol. 1991; 194:520-35. PMID: 2005806.
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  215. Weiss MA, Ellenberger T, Wobbe CR, Lee JP, Harrison SC, Struhl K. Folding transition in the DNA-binding domain of GCN4 on specific binding to DNA. Nature. 1990 Oct 11; 347(6293):575-8. PMID: 2145515.
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  216. Sellers JW, Vincent AC, Struhl K. Mutations that define the optimal half-site for binding yeast GCN4 activator protein and identify an ATF/CREB-like repressor that recognizes similar DNA sites. Mol Cell Biol. 1990 Oct; 10(10):5077-86. PMID: 2204805; PMCID: PMC361174.
  217. Mahadevan S, Struhl K. Tc, an unusual promoter element required for constitutive transcription of the yeast HIS3 gene. Mol Cell Biol. 1990 Sep; 10(9):4447-55. PMID: 2201891; PMCID: PMC361030.
  218. Brandl CJ, Struhl K. A nucleosome-positioning sequence is required for GCN4 to activate transcription in the absence of a TATA element. Mol Cell Biol. 1990 Aug; 10(8):4256-65. PMID: 2196450; PMCID: PMC360965.
  219. Wobbe CR, Struhl K. Yeast and human TATA-binding proteins have nearly identical DNA sequence requirements for transcription in vitro. Mol Cell Biol. 1990 Aug; 10(8):3859-67. PMID: 2196437; PMCID: PMC360896.
  220. Ponticelli AS, Struhl K. Analysis of Saccharomyces cerevisiae his3 transcription in vitro: biochemical support for multiple mechanisms of transcription. Mol Cell Biol. 1990 Jun; 10(6):2832-9. PMID: 2188101; PMCID: PMC360644.
  221. Singer VL, Wobbe CR, Struhl K. A wide variety of DNA sequences can functionally replace a yeast TATA element for transcriptional activation. Genes Dev. 1990 Apr; 4(4):636-45. PMID: 2163345.
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  222. Harbury PA, Struhl K. Functional distinctions between yeast TATA elements. Mol Cell Biol. 1989 Dec; 9(12):5298-304. PMID: 2685558; PMCID: PMC363694.
  223. Oliphant AR, Struhl K. An efficient method for generating proteins with altered enzymatic properties: application to beta-lactamase. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1989 Dec; 86(23):9094-8. PMID: 2687873; PMCID: PMC298440.
  224. Sellers JW, Struhl K. Changing fos oncoprotein to a jun-independent DNA binding protein with GCN4 dimerization specificity by swapping "leucine zippers". Nature. 1989 Sep 07; 341(6237):74-6. PMID: 2505087.
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  225. Oliphant AR, Brandl CJ, Struhl K. Defining the sequence specificity of DNA-binding proteins by selecting binding sites from random-sequence oligonucleotides: analysis of yeast GCN4 protein. Mol Cell Biol. 1989 Jul; 9(7):2944-9. PMID: 2674675; PMCID: PMC362762.
  226. Struhl G, Struhl K, Macdonald PM. The gradient morphogen bicoid is a concentration-dependent transcriptional activator. Cell. 1989 Jun 30; 57(7):1259-73. PMID: 2567637.
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  227. Struhl K. Helix-turn-helix, zinc-finger, and leucine-zipper motifs for eukaryotic transcriptional regulatory proteins. Trends Biochem Sci. 1989 Apr; 14(4):137-40. PMID: 2499084.
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  228. Brandl CJ, Struhl K. Yeast GCN4 transcriptional activator protein interacts with RNA polymerase II in vitro. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1989 Apr; 86(8):2652-6. PMID: 2649888; PMCID: PMC286975.
  229. Chen W, Struhl K. Yeast upstream activator protein GCN4 can stimulate transcription when its binding site replaces the TATA element. EMBO J. 1989 Jan; 8(1):261-8. PMID: 2653813; PMCID: PMC400798.
  230. Struhl K. Molecular mechanisms of transcriptional regulation in yeast. Annu Rev Biochem. 1989; 58:1051-77. PMID: 2673007.
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  231. Hill DE, Struhl K. Molecular characterization of GCD1, a yeast gene required for general control of amino acid biosynthesis and cell-cycle initiation. Nucleic Acids Res. 1988 Oct 11; 16(19):9253-65. PMID: 3050897; PMCID: PMC338704.
  232. Oliphant AR, Struhl K. Defining the consensus sequences of E.coli promoter elements by random selection. Nucleic Acids Res. 1988 Aug 11; 16(15):7673-83. PMID: 3045761; PMCID: PMC338434.
  233. Hope IA, Mahadevan S, Struhl K. Structural and functional characterization of the short acidic transcriptional activation region of yeast GCN4 protein. Nature. 1988 Jun 16; 333(6174):635-40. PMID: 3287180.
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  234. Struhl K. The JUN oncoprotein, a vertebrate transcription factor, activates transcription in yeast. Nature. 1988 Apr 14; 332(6165):649-50. PMID: 3128739.
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  235. Chen W, Struhl K. Saturation mutagenesis of a yeast his3 "TATA element": genetic evidence for a specific TATA-binding protein. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1988 Apr; 85(8):2691-5. PMID: 3282236; PMCID: PMC280064.
  236. Kanazawa S, Driscoll M, Struhl K. ATR1, a Saccharomyces cerevisiae gene encoding a transmembrane protein required for aminotriazole resistance. Mol Cell Biol. 1988 Feb; 8(2):664-73. PMID: 3280970; PMCID: PMC363192.
  237. Struhl K, Brandl CJ, Chen W, Harbury PA, Hope IA, Mahadevan S. Transcriptional activation by yeast GCN4, a functional homolog to the jun oncoprotein. Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. 1988; 53 Pt 2:701-9. PMID: 3151184.
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  238. Chen W, Tabor S, Struhl K. Distinguishing between mechanisms of eukaryotic transcriptional activation with bacteriophage T7 RNA polymerase. Cell. 1987 Sep 25; 50(7):1047-55. PMID: 3304661.
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  239. Struhl K. The DNA-binding domains of the jun oncoprotein and the yeast GCN4 transcriptional activator protein are functionally homologous. Cell. 1987 Sep 11; 50(6):841-6. PMID: 3040261.
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  240. Hope IA, Struhl K. GCN4, a eukaryotic transcriptional activator protein, binds as a dimer to target DNA. EMBO J. 1987 Sep; 6(9):2781-4. PMID: 3678204; PMCID: PMC553703.
  241. Struhl K. Promoters, activator proteins, and the mechanism of transcriptional initiation in yeast. Cell. 1987 May 08; 49(3):295-7. PMID: 2882858.
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  242. Struhl K. Effect of deletion and insertion on double-strand-break repair in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Mol Cell Biol. 1987 Mar; 7(3):1300-3. PMID: 3031487; PMCID: PMC365209.
  243. Hill DE, Oliphant AR, Struhl K. Mutagenesis with degenerate oligonucleotides: an efficient method for saturating a defined DNA region with base pair substitutions. Methods Enzymol. 1987; 155:558-68. PMID: 3481016.
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  244. Oliphant AR, Struhl K. The use of random-sequence oligonucleotides for determining consensus sequences. Methods Enzymol. 1987; 155:568-82. PMID: 2828877.
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  245. Struhl K, Hill DE. Two related regulatory sequences are required for maximal induction of Saccharomyces cerevisiae his3 transcription. Mol Cell Biol. 1987 Jan; 7(1):104-10. PMID: 3031449; PMCID: PMC365046.
  246. Hill DE, Struhl K. A rapid method for determining tRNA charging levels in vivo: analysis of yeast mutants defective in the general control of amino acid biosynthesis. Nucleic Acids Res. 1986 Dec 22; 14(24):10045-51. PMID: 3543839; PMCID: PMC341354.
  247. Struhl K. Constitutive and inducible Saccharomyces cerevisiae promoters: evidence for two distinct molecular mechanisms. Mol Cell Biol. 1986 Nov; 6(11):3847-53. PMID: 3540601; PMCID: PMC367147.
  248. Hill DE, Hope IA, Macke JP, Struhl K. Saturation mutagenesis of the yeast his3 regulatory site: requirements for transcriptional induction and for binding by GCN4 activator protein. Science. 1986 Oct 24; 234(4775):451-7. PMID: 3532321.
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  249. Struhl K. Yeast HIS3 expression in Escherichia coli depends upon fortuitous homology between eukaryotic and prokaryotic promoter elements. J Mol Biol. 1986 Sep 20; 191(2):221-9. PMID: 3543377.
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  250. Hope IA, Struhl K. Functional dissection of a eukaryotic transcriptional activator protein, GCN4 of yeast. Cell. 1986 Sep 12; 46(6):885-94. PMID: 3530496.
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  251. Oliphant AR, Nussbaum AL, Struhl K. Cloning of random-sequence oligodeoxynucleotides. Gene. 1986; 44(2-3):177-83. PMID: 3023181.
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  252. Struhl K. Nucleotide sequence and transcriptional mapping of the yeast pet56-his3-ded1 gene region. Nucleic Acids Res. 1985 Dec 09; 13(23):8587-601. PMID: 3001645; PMCID: PMC322154.
  253. Struhl K. Naturally occurring poly(dA-dT) sequences are upstream promoter elements for constitutive transcription in yeast. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1985 Dec; 82(24):8419-23. PMID: 3909145; PMCID: PMC390927.
  254. Chen W, Struhl K. Yeast mRNA initiation sites are determined primarily by specific sequences, not by the distance from the TATA element. EMBO J. 1985 Dec 01; 4(12):3273-80. PMID: 3912167; PMCID: PMC554654.
  255. Hope IA, Struhl K. GCN4 protein, synthesized in vitro, binds HIS3 regulatory sequences: implications for general control of amino acid biosynthetic genes in yeast. Cell. 1985 Nov; 43(1):177-88. PMID: 3907851.
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  256. Struhl K. Negative control at a distance mediates catabolite repression in yeast. Nature. 1985 Oct 31-Nov 6; 317(6040):822-4. PMID: 3903516.
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  257. Oettinger MA, Struhl K. Suppressors of Saccharomyces cerevisiae his3 promoter mutations lacking the upstream element. Mol Cell Biol. 1985 Aug; 5(8):1901-9. PMID: 3018536; PMCID: PMC366906.
  258. Struhl K, Chen W, Hill DE, Hope IA, Oettinger MA. Constitutive and coordinately regulated transcription of yeast genes: promoter elements, positive and negative regulatory sites, and DNA binding proteins. Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. 1985; 50:489-503. PMID: 3913566.
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  259. Struhl K. Genetic properties and chromatin structure of the yeast gal regulatory element: an enhancer-like sequence. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1984 Dec; 81(24):7865-9. PMID: 6096864; PMCID: PMC392253.
  260. Struhl K. Direct selection for gene replacement events in yeast. Gene. 1983 Dec; 26(2-3):231-41. PMID: 6323262.
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  261. Struhl K. The new yeast genetics. Nature. 1983 Sep 29-Oct 5; 305(5933):391-7. PMID: 6353245.
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  262. Struhl K. Promoter elements, regulatory elements, and chromatin structure of the yeast his3 gene. Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. 1983; 47 Pt 2:901-10. PMID: 6305590.
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  263. Struhl K. The yeast his3 promoter contains at least two distinct elements. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1982 Dec; 79(23):7385-9. PMID: 6760196; PMCID: PMC347344.
  264. Struhl K. Regulatory sites for his3 gene expression in yeast. Nature. 1982 Nov 18; 300(5889):285-6. PMID: 6755264.
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  265. Struhl K, Davis RW. Promotor mutants of the yeast his3 gene. J Mol Biol. 1981 Nov 05; 152(3):553-68. PMID: 6173490.
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  266. Struhl K, Davis RW. Position effects in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J Mol Biol. 1981 Nov 05; 152(3):569-75. PMID: 7035683.
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  267. Struhl K, Davis RW. Transcription of the his3 gene region in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J Mol Biol. 1981 Nov 05; 152(3):535-52. PMID: 6173489.
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  268. Struhl K. Deletion, recombination and gene expression involving the bacteriophage lambda attachment site. J Mol Biol. 1981 Nov 05; 152(3):517-33. PMID: 6460114.
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  269. Struhl K. Deletion mapping a eukaryotic promoter. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1981 Jul; 78(7):4461-5. PMID: 7027262; PMCID: PMC319811.
  270. Struhl K, Davis RW. Conservation and DNA sequence arrangement of the DNA polymerase I gene region from Klebsiella aerogenes, Klebsiella pneumoniae and Escherichia coli. J Mol Biol. 1980 Aug 25; 141(4):343-68. PMID: 6449602.
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  271. Struhl K, Davis RW. A physical, genetic and transcriptional map of the cloned his3 gene region of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J Mol Biol. 1980 Jan 25; 136(3):309-32. PMID: 6246242.
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  272. Struhl K, Stinchcomb DT, Davis RW. A physiological study of functional expression in Escherichia coli of the cloned yeast imidazoleglycerolphosphate dehydratase gene. J Mol Biol. 1980 Jan 25; 136(3):291-307. PMID: 6445419.
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  273. Brennan MB, Struhl K. Mechanisms of increasing expression of a yeast gene in Escherichia coli. J Mol Biol. 1980 Jan 25; 136(3):333-8. PMID: 6990004.
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  274. Botstein D, Falco SC, Stewart SE, Brennan M, Scherer S, Stinchcomb DT, Struhl K, Davis RW. Sterile host yeasts (SHY): a eukaryotic system of biological containment for recombinant DNA experiments. Gene. 1979 Dec; 8(1):17-24. PMID: 395030.
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  275. Stinchcomb DT, Struhl K, Davis RW. Isolation and characterisation of a yeast chromosomal replicator. Nature. 1979 Nov 01; 282(5734):39-43. PMID: 388229.
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  276. Struhl K, Davis RW, Fink GR. Suppression of a yeast amber mutation in Escherichia coli. Nature. 1979 May 03; 279(5708):78-9. PMID: 377096.
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  277. Struhl K, Stinchcomb DT, Scherer S, Davis RW. High-frequency transformation of yeast: autonomous replication of hybrid DNA molecules. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1979 Mar; 76(3):1035-9. PMID: 375221; PMCID: PMC383183.
  278. Struhl K, Davis RW. Production of a functional eukaryotic enzyme in Escherichia coli: cloning and expression of the yeast structural gene for imidazole-glycerolphosphate dehydratase (his3). Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1977 Dec; 74(12):5255-9. PMID: 341150; PMCID: PMC431671.
  279. Struhl K, Magasanik B. Ammonia-sensitive mutant of Klebsiella aerogenes. J Bacteriol. 1976 May; 126(2):739-42. PMID: 1262316; PMCID: PMC233208.
  280. Struhl K, Cameron JR, Davis RW. Functional genetic expression of eukaryotic DNA in Escherichia coli. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1976 May; 73(5):1471-5. PMID: 775490; PMCID: PMC430318.
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