MCCB Publications

Ichikawa et al. (2018) An asymmetric centromeric nucleaosome. eLIFE.
Article | Kaufman Lab

Ou J et al. (2018) motifStack for the analysis of transcription factor binding site evolution. Nat Methods.
Article | Bioinformatics Core

Khoramian Tusi et al. (2018) Population Snapshots Predict Early Hematopoietic and Erythroid Hierarchies. Nature.
Article | Socolovsky Lab

Ichikawa Y et al. (2017) A synthetic biology approach to probing nucleosome symmetry. Elife.
Abstract | Kaufman Lab

Lin L et al. (2017) Complement-Related Regulates Autophagy in Neighboring Cells. Cell.
Abstract | UMassMed NOW story

Matheson et al. (2017) The p150N domain of chromatin assembly factor-1 regulates Ki-67 accumulation on the mitotic perichromosomal layer. Mol Biol Cell.
Abstract | Kaufman Lab

Huang L et al. (2017) Transcription factor Hlx controls a systematic switch from white to brown fat through Prdm16-mediated co-activation. Nat Commun.
Abstract | Wang Lab  

Hwang Y et al. (2017) Global increase in replication fork speed during a p57KIP2-regulated erythroid cell fate switch. Sci Adv.
Abstract | Socolovsky Lab  

Sun X et al. (2017) Ki-67 Contributes to Normal Cell Cycle Progression and Inactive X Heterochromatin in p21Checkpoint-Proficient Human Cells. Mol Cell Biol.
Abstract | Kaufman Lab

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MCCB Upcoming Events

  • Tuesday, September 25, 2018
    Special Seminar

    Xiaochen Wang, PhD

    Hosted By: Hong Zhang, PhD & Eric Baehrecke, PhD
    Location: 5th Floor Conference Room
    12:00 PM

    "Dancing with Lysosomes:  Degradation and Maintenance"

  • Thursday, September 27, 2018
    MCCB Seminar

    Louis M. Messina, MD

    Location: 5th Floor Conference Room 516
    12:00 PM

    "Innate Immunity is Regulated by Hematopoietic Stem Cell Autonomous Mechanisms"

  • Friday, October 12, 2018

    Prof. Antonio Del Sol

    Hosted By: Merav Socolovsky, MBBS, PhD
    Location: 5th Floor Conference Room
    11:00 AM

    Informal Seminar

    "Single-Cell Systems Biology Approaches to Stem Cell Research and Regenerative Medicine"

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