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Chd5 orchestrates chromatin remodelling during sperm development
Li W,
Wu J,
Kim SY,
Zhao M,
Hearn SA,
Zhang MQ,
Meistrich ML,
Mills AA

Nat Commun
  5 (0): 3812; May 13 2014   Nlm
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Chd5 orchestrates chromatin remodelling during sperm development
Li W,
Wu J,
Kim SY,
Zhao M,
Hearn SA,
Zhang MQ,
Meistrich ML,
Mills AA

Nature Communications
  5 (0): May 13 2014   NLM
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Rescue of platinum-damaged oocytes from programmed cell death through inactivation of the p53 family signaling network
Kim SY,
Cordeiro MH,
Serna VA,
Ebbert K,
Butler LM,
Sinha S,
Mills AA,
Woodruff TK,
Kurita T

Cell Death and Differentiation
  20 (8): 987-997; Aug 2013   Elsevier
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Ascorbic acid enhances the generation of germline chimeras from C57BL/6 ES cells using tetraploid complementation
Kim MK,
Kim SY

Transgenic Research
  22 (1): 222-223; Feb 2013  
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Two-factor reprogramming of somatic cells to pluripotent stem cells reveals partial functional redundancy of Sox2 and Klf4
Nemajerova A,
Kim SY,
Petrenko O,
Moll UM

Cell Death and Differentiation
  19 (8): 1268-1276; Aug 2012  
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Ascorbic acid prevents loss of Dlk1-Dio3 imprinting and facilitates generation of all-iPS cell mice from terminally differentiated B cells
Stadtfeld M,
Apostolou E,
Ferrari F,
Choi J,
Walsh RM,
Chen T,
Oi S,
Kim SY,
Bestor T,
Shioda T,
Park PJ,
Hochedlinger K

Nature Genetics
  44 (0): 398-405; Mar 4 2012  
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miR-34 miRNAs provide a barrier for somatic cell reprogramming
Choi YJ,
Lin CP,
Ho JJ,
He X,
Okada N,
Bu P,
Zhong Y,
Kim SY,
Bennett MJ,
Chen C,
Ozturk A,
Hicks GG,
Hannon GJ,
He L

Nature Cell Biology
  13 (11): 1353-1360 ; Nov 2011  
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A Rapid and Scalable System for Studying Gene Function in Mice Using Conditional RNA Interference
Premsrirut PK,
Dow LE,
Kim SY,
Camiolo M,
Malone CD,
Miething C,
Scuoppo C,
Zuber J,
Dickins RA,
Kogan S,
Shroyer K,
Sordella R,
Hannon GJ,
Lowe SW

Cell
  145 (1): 145-158; Mar 31 2011   Elsevier
[Abstract]
[DOI]

noxin, a novel stress-induced gene involved in cell cycle and apoptosis
Nakaya N,
Hemish J,
Krasnov P,
Kim SY,
Stasiv Y,
Michurina TV,
Herman D,
Davidoff MS,
Middendorff R,
Enikolopov GN

Mol Cell Biol
  27 (15): 5430-44; Aug 2007   PMCID: PMC1952090
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[DOI] [Full Text] [PDF]

Tissue-specific and reversible RNA interference in transgenic mice
Dickins RA,
McJunkin K,
Hernando E,
Premsrirut PK,
Krizhanovsky V,
Burgess DJ,
Kim SY,
Cordon-Cardo C,
Zender L,
Hannon GJ,
Lowe SW

Nat Genet
  39 (7): 914 - 921; Jul 2007  
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The GATA site-dependent hemogen promoter is transcriptionally regulated by GATA1 in hematopoietic and leukemia cells
Yang LV,
Wan J,
Ge Y,
Fu Z,
Kim SY,
Fujiwara Y,
Taub JW,
Matherly LH,
Eliason J,
Li L

Leukemia
  20 (3): 417-425; 2006  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text] [PDF]

Tetracycline-regulated p53 knockdown in cells and transgenic mice
Dickins RA,
Premsrirut PK,
McJunkin K,
Kim SY,
Hannon GJ,
Lowe SW

Toxicologic Pathology
  34 (7): 1006-1006; 2006  
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Multiple cell-type-specific elements regulate Myc protein stability
Herbst A,
Salghetti SE,
Kim SY,
Tansey WP

Oncogene
  23 (21): 3863-71; May 6 2004  
[Abstract]
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Dicer is essential for mouse development
Bernstein E,
Kim SY,
Carmell MA,
Murchison EP,
Alcorn H,
Li MZ,
Mills AA,
Elledge SJ,
Anderson KV,
Hannon GJ

Nature Genetics
  35 (3): 215-217; Nov 2003  
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Skp2 regulates Myc protein stability and activity
Kim SY,
Herbst A,
Tworkowski KA,
Salghetti SE,
Tansey WP

Molecular Cell
  11 (5): 1177-1188; May 2003  
[Abstract]
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Transcriptional control and the ubiquitin-proteasome system
Tansey WP,
Ejkova E,
Kim SY,
Herbst A,
Muratani M,
Salghetti SE,
Tworkowski KA

Faseb Journal
  17 (5): A1184-A1184 Part 2 S; Mar 2003  
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Human origin recognition complex large subunit is degraded by ubiquitin-mediated proteolysis after initiation of DNA replication
Méndez J,
Zou-Yang XH,
Kim SY,
Hidaka M,
Tansey WP,
Stillman B

Molecular Cell
  9 (3): 481-491; Mar 2002  
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The 5 upstream DNA sequence of the SM22 promoter cannot maintain and its first intron is not required for gene transcription in adult murine smooth muscle cells
Li L,
Yang LV,
Yang MZ,
Qiu P,
Kim SY,
Chen Z,
Dichek DA,
Li JB,
Ho YS

Circulation
  104 (17): 238-238; Oct 2001  
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Destruction of Myc by ubiquitin-mediated proteolysis: cancer-associated and transforming mutations stabilize Myc
Salghetti SE,
Kim SY,
Tansey WP

Embo J
  18 (3): 717-26; Feb 1 1999  
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