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  1. Authors: Relja Popovic, Eva Martinez-Garcia, Quanwei Zhang, Teresa Ezponda, Mrinal Y Shah, Yupeng Zhang, Yanwen Jiang, Christine M Will, Eliza C Small, Marinka Bulic, Olivier Elemento, Neil Kelleher, William Kath, Ji-Ping Wang and Jonathan D Licht
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2013 6(Suppl 1):P66

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 6 Supplement 1

  2. Authors: Juan J Carmona, Benedetta Izzi, Allan C Just, Jitendra Barupal, Alexandra M Binder, John Hutchinson, Oliver Hofmann, Joel Schwartz, Andrea Baccarelli and Karin B Michels
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2013 6(Suppl 1):P36

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 6 Supplement 1

  3. Authors: Monika Lichtinger, Nadine Obier, Richard Ingram, Rebecca Hannah, Maarten Hoogenkamp, MS Vijayabaskar, Mengchu Wu, Salam A Assi, Daniel G Tenen, David R Westhead, Valerie Kouskoff, Georges Lacaud, Berthold Göttgens and Constanze Bonifer
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2013 6(Suppl 1):O18

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 6 Supplement 1

  4. DNA methylation and demethylation are important epigenetic regulatory mechanisms in eukaryotic cells and, so far, only partially understood. We exploit the minimalistic biological ciliate system to understand ...

    Authors: Aneta Bulic, Jan Postberg, Andreas Fischer, Franziska Jönsson, Günter Reuter and Hans J Lipps
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2013 6:5
  5. Measurement of genome-wide DNA methylation (DNAm) has become an important avenue for investigating potential physiologically-relevant epigenetic changes. Illumina Infinium (Illumina, San Diego, CA, USA) is a c...

    Authors: E Magda Price, Allison M Cotton, Lucia L Lam, Pau Farré, Eldon Emberly, Carolyn J Brown, Wendy P Robinson and Michael S Kobor
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2013 6:4
  6. Histone methyltransferase enhancer of zeste homologue 2 (EZH2) forms an obligate repressive complex with suppressor of zeste 12 and embryonic ectoderm development, which is thought, along with EZH1, to be prim...

    Authors: Adrienne Grzenda, Gwen Lomberk, Phyllis Svingen, Angela Mathison, Ezequiel Calvo, Juan Iovanna, Yuning Xiong, William Faubion and Raul Urrutia
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2013 6:3
  7. On 11 to 13 March 2013, BioMed Central will be hosting its inaugural conference, Epigenetics & Chromatin: Interactions and Processes, at Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA. Epigenetics & Chromatin has now la...

    Authors: Steven Henikoff and Frank Grosveld
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2013 6:2
  8. Different histone post-translational modifications (PTMs) fine-tune and integrate different cellular signaling pathways at the chromatin level. ADP-ribose modification of histones by cellular ADP-ribosyltransf...

    Authors: Ingrid Kassner, Marc Barandun, Monika Fey, Florian Rosenthal and Michael O Hottiger
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2013 6:1
  9. A plastic chromatin structure has emerged as fundamental to the self-renewal and pluripotent capacity of embryonic stem (ES) cells. Direct measurement of chromatin dynamics in vivo is, however, challenging as hig...

    Authors: Elizabeth Hinde, Francesco Cardarelli, Aaron Chen, Michelle Khine and Enrico Gratton
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:20
  10. In fission yeast, centromeric heterochromatin is necessary for the fidelity of chromosome segregation. Propagation of heterochromatin in dividing cells requires RNA interference (RNAi) and transcription of cen...

    Authors: Michael Thorsen, Heidi Hansen, Michela Venturi, Steen Holmberg and Genevieve Thon
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:19
  11. Nuclear reprogramming is potentially important as a route to cell replacement and drug discovery, but little is known about its mechanism. Nuclear transfer to eggs and oocytes attempts to identify the mechanis...

    Authors: Jerome Jullien, Carolina Astrand, Emmanuelle Szenker, Nigel Garrett, Genevieve Almouzni and John B Gurdon
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:17
  12. The β-globin gene domains of vertebrate animals constitute popular models for studying the regulation of eukaryotic gene transcription. It has previously been shown that in the mouse the developmental switchin...

    Authors: Sergey V Ulianov, Alexey A Gavrilov and Sergey V Razin
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:16
  13. Cellular senescence is a stress response of mammalian cells leading to a durable arrest of cell proliferation that has been implicated in tumor suppression, wound healing, and aging. The proliferative arrest i...

    Authors: Kévin Contrepois, Jean-Yves Thuret, Régis Courbeyrette, François Fenaille and Carl Mann
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:15
  14. In marsupials, growth and development of the young occur postnatally, regulated by milk that changes in composition throughout the long lactation. To initiate lactation in mammals, there is an absolute require...

    Authors: Jessica M Stringer, Shunsuke Suzuki, Andrew J Pask, Geoff Shaw and Marilyn B Renfree
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:14
  15. In conjunction with posttranslational chromatin modifications, proper arrangement of higher order chromatin structure appears to be important for controlling transcription in the nucleus. Recent genome-wide st...

    Authors: Tanja Prenzel, Frank Kramer, Upasana Bedi, Sankari Nagarajan, Tim Beissbarth and Steven A Johnsen
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:13
  16. Gene-environment interactions are mediated by epigenetic mechanisms. Polycomb Group proteins constitute part of an epigenetic cellular transcriptional memory system that is subject to dynamic modulation during...

    Authors: Peggy Prickaerts, Hanneke EC Niessen, Emmanuèle Mouchel-Vielh, Vivian EH Dahlmans, Guus GH van den Akker, Claudia Geijselaers, Michiel E Adriaens, Frank Spaapen, Yoshihiro Takihara, Ulf R Rapp, Frédérique Peronnet and Jan Willem Voncken
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:12
  17. Clear cause-and-effect relationships are commonly established between genotype and the inherited risk of acquiring human and plant diseases and aberrant phenotypes. By contrast, few such cause-and-effect relat...

    Authors: Richard B Meagher and Kristofer J Müssar
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:11
  18. The challenge in extracting genome-wide chromatin features from limiting clinical samples poses a significant hurdle in identification of regulatory marks that impact the physiological or pathological state. C...

    Authors: Lars Grøntved, Russell Bandle, Sam John, Songjoon Baek, Hye-Jung Chung, Ying Liu, Greti Aguilera, Carl Oberholtzer, Gordon L Hager and David Levens
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:10
  19. Non-small cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC) is a complex malignancy that owing to its heterogeneity and poor prognosis poses many challenges to diagnosis, prognosis and patient treatment. DNA methylation is an impor...

    Authors: Rejane Hughes Carvalho, Vanja Haberle, Jun Hou, Teus van Gent, Supat Thongjuea, Wilfred van IJcken, Christel Kockx, Rutger Brouwer, Erikjan Rijkers, Anieta Sieuwerts, John Foekens, Mirjam van Vroonhoven, Joachim Aerts, Frank Grosveld, Boris Lenhard and Sjaak Philipsen
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:9
  20. CTCF is a highly conserved and essential zinc finger protein expressed in virtually all cell types. In conjunction with cohesin, it organizes chromatin into loops, thereby regulating gene expression and epigen...

    Authors: Frank Sleutels, Widia Soochit, Marek Bartkuhn, Helen Heath, Sven Dienstbach, Philipp Bergmaier, Vedran Franke, Manuel Rosa-Garrido, Suzanne van de Nobelen, Lisa Caesar, Michael van der Reijden, Jan Christian Bryne, Wilfred van IJcken, J Anton Grootegoed, M Dolores Delgado, Boris Lenhard…
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:8
  21. Histone variants are non-allelic protein isoforms that play key roles in diversifying chromatin structure. The known number of such variants has greatly increased in recent years, but the lack of naming conven...

    Authors: Paul B Talbert, Kami Ahmad, Geneviève Almouzni, Juan Ausió, Frederic Berger, Prem L Bhalla, William M Bonner, W Zacheus Cande, Brian P Chadwick, Simon W L Chan, George A M Cross, Liwang Cui, Stefan I Dimitrov, Detlef Doenecke, José M Eirin-López, Martin A Gorovsky…
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:7
  22. Chromatin structure at a given site can differ between chromosome copies in a cell, and such imbalances in chromatin structure have been shown to be important in understanding the molecular mechanisms controll...

    Authors: James G D Prendergast, Pin Tong, David C Hay, Susan M Farrington and Colin A M Semple
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:6
  23. The protein anti-silencing function 1 (Asf1) chaperones histones H3/H4 for assembly into nucleosomes every cell cycle as well as during DNA transcription and repair. Asf1 interacts directly with H4 through the...

    Authors: Myrriah S Chavez, Jean K Scorgie, Briana K Dennehey, Seth Noone, Jessica K Tyler and Mair EA Churchill
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:5
  24. The integrity of DNA is continuously challenged by metabolism-derived and environmental genotoxic agents that cause a variety of DNA lesions, including base alterations and breaks. DNA damage interferes with v...

    Authors: Hannes Lans, Jurgen A Marteijn and Wim Vermeulen
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:4
  25. DNA methylation, histone modifications and nucleosome occupancy act in concert for regulation of gene expression patterns in mammalian cells. Recently, G9a, a H3K9 methyltransferase, has been shown to play a r...

    Authors: Shikhar Sharma, Daniel S Gerke, Han F Han, Shinwu Jeong, Michael R Stallcup, Peter A Jones and Gangning Liang
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:3
  26. The tumor suppressor menin (MEN1) is mutated in the inherited disease multiple endocrine neoplasia type I, and has several documented cellular roles, including the activation and repression of transcription effec...

    Authors: Lauren B Auriemma, Shaili Shah, Lara M Linden and Melissa A Henriksen
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:2
  27. Regulatory DNA elements such as enhancers, silencers and insulators are embedded in metazoan genomes, and they control gene expression during development. Although they fulfil different roles, they share speci...

    Authors: Petros Kolovos, Tobias A Knoch, Frank G Grosveld, Peter R Cook and Argyris Papantonis
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2012 5:1
  28. Gene regulation in eukaryotes is a complex process entailing the establishment of transcriptionally silent chromatin domains interspersed with regions of active transcription. Imprinted domains consist of clus...

    Authors: Lisa Korostowski, Anjali Raval, Gillian Breuer and Nora Engel
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2011 4:21
  29. A proposed role for Myc in maintaining mouse embryonic stem (ES) cell pluripotency is transcriptional repression of key differentiation-promoting genes, but detail of the mechanism has remained an important op...

    Authors: Natalia Varlakhanova, Rebecca Cotterman, Keith Bradnam, Ian Korf and Paul S Knoepfler
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2011 4:20
  30. Signaling via protein lysine methylation has been proposed to play a central role in the regulation of many physiologic and pathologic programs. In contrast to other post-translational modifications such as ph...

    Authors: Dan Levy, Chih Long Liu, Ze Yang, Aaron M Newman, Ash A Alizadeh, Paul J Utz and Or Gozani
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2011 4:19
  31. Histone methylation is regulated by a large number of histone methyltransferases and demethylases. The recently discovered SMCX/KMD5C demethylase has been shown to remove methyl residues from lysine 4 of histo...

    Authors: Zhihui Liang, Marc Diamond, Johanna A Smith, Matthias Schnell and René Daniel
    Citation: Epigenetics & Chromatin 2011 4:18

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