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Academic Article Epigenetic regulation by long noncoding RNAs.
Academic Article Tsix transcription- versus RNA-based mechanisms in Xist repression and epigenetic choice.
Academic Article Epigenetic dynamics of the Kcnq1 imprinted domain in the early embryo.
Academic Article X-chromosome inactivation and epigenetic fluidity in human embryonic stem cells.
Academic Article X-inactivation and X-reactivation: epigenetic hallmarks of mammalian reproduction and pluripotent stem cells.
Academic Article X-chromosome epigenetic reprogramming in pluripotent stem cells via noncoding genes.
Academic Article X-linked genes in female embryonic stem cells carry an epigenetic mark prior to the onset of X inactivation.
Academic Article Extending the frontiers of epigenetic regulation.
Academic Article The X as model for RNA's niche in epigenomic regulation.
Concept Epigenomics
Academic Article X chromosome inactivation and epigenetic responses to cellular reprogramming.
Academic Article ALKBH1 is a histone H2A dioxygenase involved in neural differentiation.
Academic Article Building the Connectivity Map of epigenetics: chromatin profiling by quantitative targeted mass spectrometry.
Grant 2009 Epigenetics Gordon Research Conference
Grant Emerging Mechanisms of Epigenetic Regulation
Grant The RNA-activation platform to treat X-linked disease in a locus-specific manner.
Grant A high throughput screen for X-reactivation and reprogramming by small molecules
Grant Regulation of X-Chromosome Inactivation and Imprinting by Non-coding Elements
Grant Spreading of Xist RNA and Polycomb complexes along the inactive X-chromosome.
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  • Epigenomics
Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.