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Equipe principale | CIG Services communs | Genomics Technologies Facility (GTF) | Group Benton | Group Desvergne | Group Dion | Group Fajas | Group Fankhauser | Group Franken | Group Gambetta | Group Gatfield | Group Hamaratoglu Dion | Group Hernandez | Group Herr | Group Michalik | Group Reymond | Group Stasiak | Group Thorens | Group Wahli | Mouse Metabolic Evaluation Facility (MEF) | Protein Analysis Facility (PAF) |

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26 publications

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Cycles of gene expression and genome response during mammalian tissue regeneration.
Rib L., Villeneuve D., Minocha S., Praz V., Hernandez N., Guex N., Herr W., CycliX Consortium, 2018. Epigenetics & Chromatin, 11 (1) p. 52. Peer-reviewed.
 
WD40-repeat 47, a microtubule-associated protein, is essential for brain development and autophagy.
Kannan M., Bayam E., Wagner C., Rinaldi B., Kretz P.F., Tilly P., Roos M., McGillewie L., Bär S., Minocha S. et al., 2017/10/31. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114 (44) pp. E9308-E9317. Peer-reviewed.
Recognition of a glycosylation substrate by the O-GlcNAc transferase TPR repeats.
Rafie K., Raimi O., Ferenbach A.T., Borodkin V.S., Kapuria V., van Aalten DMF, 2017. Open Biology, 7 (6) p. 170078. Peer-reviewed.
Segregated hepatocyte proliferation and metabolic states within the regenerating mouse liver.
Minocha S., Villeneuve D., Rib L., Moret C., Guex N., Herr W., 2017. Hepatology Communications, 1 (9) pp. 871-885. Peer-reviewed.
Human MAF1 targets and represses active RNA polymerase III genes by preventing recruitment rather than inducing long-term transcriptional arrest.
Orioli A., Praz V., Lhôte P., Hernandez N., 2016/03. Genome research, 26 (5) pp. 624-635. Peer-reviewed.
Compensatory embryonic response to allele-specific inactivation of the murine X-linked gene Hcfc1.
Minocha S., Sung T.L., Villeneuve D., Lammers F., Herr W., 2016. Developmental Biology, 412 (1) pp. 1-17. Peer-reviewed.
Epiblast-specific loss of HCF-1 leads to failure in anterior-posterior axis specification.
Minocha S., Bessonnard S., Sung T.L., Moret C., Constam D.B., Herr W., 2016. Developmental Biology, 91 (4) pp. 294-297. Peer-reviewed.
Proteolysis of HCF-1 by Ser/Thr glycosylation-incompetent O-GlcNAc transferase:UDP-GlcNAc complexes.
Kapuria V., Röhrig U.F., Bhuiyan T., Borodkin V.S., van Aalten D.M., Zoete V., Herr W., 2016. Genes and Development, 30 (8) pp. 960-972. Peer-reviewed.
Distinct OGT-Binding Sites Promote HCF-1 Cleavage.
Bhuiyan T., Waridel P., Kapuria V., Zoete V., Herr W., 2015. Plos One, 10 (8) pp. e0136636. Peer-reviewed.
 
The overexpression of SOX2 affects the migration of human teratocarcinoma cell line NT2/D1.
Drakulic D., Vicentic J.M., Schwirtlich M., Tosic J., Krstic A., Klajn A., Stevanovic M., 2015. Anais Da Academia Brasileira De Ciências, 87 (1) pp. 389-404.
Genome-wide analysis of SREBP1 activity around the clock reveals its combined dependency on nutrient and circadian signals.
Gilardi F., Migliavacca E., Naldi A., Baruchet M., Canella D., Le Martelot G., Guex N., Desvergne B., CycliX Consortium, 2014. PLoS Genetics, 10 (3) pp. e1004155.
Quantifying ChIP-seq data: a spiking method providing an internal reference for sample-to-sample normalization.
Bonhoure N., Bounova G., Bernasconi D., Praz V., Lammers F., Canella D., Willis I.M., Herr W., Hernandez N., Delorenzi M. et al., 2014. Genome Research, 24 (7) pp. 1157-1168.
HCF-1 is cleaved in the active site of O-GlcNAc transferase.
Lazarus M.B., Jiang J., Kapuria V., Bhuiyan T., Janetzko J., Zandberg W.F., Vocadlo D.J., Herr W., Walker S., 2013. Science, 342 (6163) pp. 1235-1239. Peer-reviewed.
HCFC1 is a common component of active human CpG-island promoters and coincides with ZNF143, THAP11, YY1, and GABP transcription factor occupancy.
Michaud J., Praz V., James Faresse N., Jnbaptiste C.K., Tyagi S., Schütz F., Herr W., 2013. Genome Research, 23 (6) pp. 907-916.
A multiplicity of factors contributes to selective RNA polymerase III occupancy of a subset of RNA polymerase III genes in mouse liver.
Canella D., Bernasconi D., Gilardi F., LeMartelot G., Migliavacca E., Praz V., Cousin P., Delorenzi M., Hernandez N., CycliX Consortium, 2012. Genome Research, 22 (4) pp. 666-680.
Genome-wide RNA polymerase II profiles and RNA accumulation reveal kinetics of transcription and associated epigenetic changes during diurnal cycles.
Le Martelot G., Canella D., Symul L., Migliavacca E., Gilardi F., Liechti R., Martin O., Harshman K., Delorenzi M., Desvergne B. et al., 2012. PLoS Biology, 10 (11) pp. e1001442.
HCF-1 self-association via an interdigitated Fn3 structure facilitates transcriptional regulatory complex formation.
Park J., Lammers F., Herr W., Song J.J., 2012. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109 (43) pp. 17430-17435.
Drosophila melanogaster dHCF Interacts with both PcG and TrxG Epigenetic Regulators.
Rodriguez-Jato S., Busturia A., Herr W., 2011. PLoS One, 6 (12) pp. e27479.
 
O-GlcNAc transferase catalyzes site-specific proteolysis of HCF-1.
Capotosti F., Guernier S., Lammers F., Waridel P., Cai Y., Jin J., Conaway J.W., Conaway R.C., Herr W., 2011. Cell, 144 (3) pp. 376-388.
 
Drosophila Myc interacts with host cell factor (dHCF) to activate transcription and control growth.
Furrer M., Balbi M., Albarca-Aguilera M., Gallant M., Herr W., Gallant P., 2010. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 285 (51) pp. 39623-39636. Peer-reviewed.
Role of the HCF-1 basic region in sustaining cell proliferation.
Mangone M., Myers M.P., Herr W., 2010. PLoS One, 5 (2) pp. e9020. Peer-reviewed.
 
E2F1 mediates DNA damage and apoptosis through HCF-1 and the MLL family of histone methyltransferases.
Tyagi S., Herr W., 2009. EMBO Journal, 28 (20) pp. 3185-3195. Peer-reviewed.
 
E2F activation of S phase promoters via association with HCF-1 and the MLL family of histone H3K4 methyltransferases.
Tyagi S., Chabes A.L., Wysocka J., Herr W., 2007. Molecular Cell, 27 (1) pp. 107-119. Peer-reviewed.
Epigenetic regulation of histone H3 serine 10 phosphorylation status by HCF-1 proteins in C. elegans and mammalian cells.
Lee S., Horn V., Julien E., Liu Y., Wysocka J., Bowerman B., Hengartner M.O., Herr W., 2007. PLoS ONE, 2 (11) pp. e1213. Peer-reviewed.
 
Species selectivity of mixed-lineage leukemia/trithorax and HCF proteolytic maturation pathways.
Capotosti F., Hsieh J.J., Herr W., 2007. Molecular and Cellular Biology, 27 (20) pp. 7063-7072. Peer-reviewed.
Mutational analysis of BTAF1-TBP interaction: BTAF1 can rescue DNA-binding defective TBP mutants.
Klejman M.P., Zhao X., van Schaik F.M., Herr W., Timmers H.T., 2005. Nucleic acids research, 33 (17) pp. 5426-5436. Peer-reviewed.
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