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ATAC-seq

11 publications found.

Disease related changes in ATAC-seq of iPSC-derived motor neuron lines from ALS patients and controls
Published: May, 2024

Abstract: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), like many other neurodegenerative diseases, is highly heritable, but with only a small fraction of cases explained by monogenic disease alleles. To better understand sporadic ALS, we report epigenomic profiles,...
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Systematic mapping of TF-mediated cell fate changes by a pooled induction coupled with scRNA-seq and multi-omics approaches
Published: April, 2024

Abstract: Transcriptional regulation controls cellular functions through interactions between transcription factors (TFs) and their chromosomal targets. However, understanding the fate conversion potential of multiple TFs in an inducible manner remains limi...
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Protocol to isolate nuclei from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii for ATAC sequencing
Published: March, 2024

Abstract: Highlights Optimized isolation of nuclei from the green model alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Tag-free isolation from both cell-walled and cell wall-deficient algae strains Key steps for an effective and fast isolation and...
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Interplay between coding and non-coding regulation drives the Arabidopsis seed-to-seedling transition
Published: February, 2024

Abstract: Translation of seed stored mRNAs is essential to trigger germination. However, when RNAPII re-engages RNA synthesis during the seed-to-seedling transition has remained in question. Combining csRNA-seq, ATAC-seq and smFISH in Arabidopsis thali...
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The transcriptional regulatory network modulating human trophoblast stem cells to extravillous trophoblast differentiation
Published: February, 2024

Abstract: During human pregnancy, extravillous trophoblasts play crucial roles in placental invasion into the maternal decidua and spiral artery remodeling. However, regulatory factors and their action mechanisms modulating human extravillous trophoblast sp...
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DMSO derives Trophectoderm and Clonal Blastoid from Single Human Pluripotent Stem Cell
Published: January, 2024

Abstract: Human naïve pluripotent stem cells (nPSCs) can differentiate into extra-embryonic trophectoderm (TE), a critical step in the generation of the integrated embryo model termed blastoid. The current paradigm of blastoid generation necessitates t...
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In vitro production of cat-restricted Toxoplasma pre-sexual stages
Published: December, 2023

Abstract: Sexual reproduction of Toxoplasma gondii, confined to the felid gut, remains largely uncharted owing to ethical concerns regarding the use of cats as model organisms. Chromatin modifiers dictate the developmental fate of the parasite during i...
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Vaginal microbes alter epithelial transcriptomic and epigenomic modifications providing insight into the molecular mechanisms for susceptibility to adverse reproductive outcomes
Published: November, 2023

Abstract: The cervicovaginal microbiome is highly associated with women's health with microbial communities dominated by Lactobacillus spp. being considered optimal. Conversely, a lack of lactobacilli and a high abundance of strict and facultative...
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Inflammatory stress-mediated chromatin changes underlie dysfunction in endothelial cells
Published: October, 2023

Abstract: Inflammatory stresses underlie endothelial dysfunction and contribute to the development of chronic cardiovascular disorders such as atherosclerosis and vascular fibrosis. The initial transcriptional response of endothelial cells to pro-inflammato...
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Dynamic PRC1-CBX8 stabilizes a porous structure of chromatin condensates
Published: May, 2023

Abstract: The compaction of chromatin is a prevalent paradigm in gene repression. Chromatin compaction is commonly thought to repress transcription by restricting chromatin accessibility. However, the spatial organisation and dynamics of chromatin compacted...
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UMSBP2 is chromatin remodeler that functions in regulation of geneexpression and suppression of antigenic variation in trypanosomes.
Published: May, 2023

Abstract: Universal Minicircle Sequence binding proteins (UMSBPs) are CCHC-type zinc-finger proteins that bind the single-stranded G-rich UMS sequence, conserved at the replication origins of minicircles in the kinetoplast DNA, the mitochondrial genome of k...
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