Dirk Schübeler
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Distribution, silencing potential and evolutionary impact of promoter DNA methylation in the human genome
M Weber, I Hellmann, MB Stadler, L Ramos, S Pääbo, M Rebhan, ...
Nature genetics 39 (4), 457-466, 2007
Chromosome-wide and promoter-specific analyses identify sites of differential DNA methylation in normal and transformed human cells
M Weber, JJ Davies, D Wittig, EJ Oakeley, M Haase, WL Lam, ...
Nature genetics 37 (8), 853-862, 2005
Function and information content of DNA methylation
D Schübeler
Nature 517 (7534), 321-326, 2015
DNA-binding factors shape the mouse methylome at distal regulatory regions
MB Stadler, R Murr, L Burger, R Ivanek, F Lienert, A Schöler, E Nimwegen, ...
Nature 480 (7378), 490-495, 2011
Impact of cytosine methylation on DNA binding specificities of human transcription factors
Y Yin, E Morgunova, A Jolma, E Kaasinen, B Sahu, S Khund-Sayeed, ...
Science 356 (6337), eaaj2239, 2017
Lineage-specific polycomb targets and de novo DNA methylation define restriction and potential of neuronal progenitors
F Mohn, M Weber, M Rebhan, TC Roloff, J Richter, MB Stadler, M Bibel, ...
Molecular cell 30 (6), 755-766, 2008
The histone modification pattern of active genes revealed through genome-wide chromatin analysis of a higher eukaryote
D Schübeler, DM MacAlpine, D Scalzo, C Wirbelauer, C Kooperberg, ...
Genes & development 18 (11), 1263-1271, 2004
Repressive and active histone methylation mark distinct promoters in human and mouse spermatozoa
U Brykczynska, M Hisano, S Erkek, L Ramos, EJ Oakeley, TC Roloff, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 17 (6), 679-687, 2010
Targets and dynamics of promoter DNA methylation during early mouse development
J Borgel, S Guibert, Y Li, H Chiba, D Schübeler, H Sasaki, T Forné, ...
Nature genetics 42 (12), 1093-1100, 2010
Genomic profiling of DNA methyltransferases reveals a role for DNMT3B in genic methylation
T Baubec, DF Colombo, C Wirbelauer, J Schmidt, L Burger, AR Krebs, ...
Nature 520 (7546), 243-247, 2015
Global reorganization of replication domains during embryonic stem cell differentiation
I Hiratani, T Ryba, M Itoh, T Yokochi, M Schwaiger, CW Chang, Y Lyou, ...
PLoS biology 6 (10), e245, 2008
Characterizing light-regulated retinal microRNAs reveals rapid turnover as a common property of neuronal microRNAs
J Krol, V Busskamp, I Markiewicz, MB Stadler, S Ribi, J Richter, J Duebel, ...
Cell 141 (4), 618-631, 2010
Determinants and dynamics of genome accessibility
O Bell, VK Tiwari, NH Thomä, D Schübeler
Nature Reviews Genetics 12 (8), 554-564, 2011
The International Human Epigenome Consortium: a blueprint for scientific collaboration and discovery
HG Stunnenberg, S Abrignani, D Adams, M de Almeida, L Altucci, V Amin, ...
Cell 167 (5), 1145-1149, 2016
Genomic patterns of DNA methylation: targets and function of an epigenetic mark
M Weber, D Schübeler
Current opinion in cell biology 19 (3), 273-280, 2007
Sox4 is a master regulator of epithelial-mesenchymal transition by controlling Ezh2 expression and epigenetic reprogramming
N Tiwari, VK Tiwari, L Waldmeier, PJ Balwierz, P Arnold, M Pachkov, ...
Cancer cell 23 (6), 768-783, 2013
Competition between DNA methylation and transcription factors determines binding of NRF1
S Domcke, AF Bardet, P Adrian Ginno, D Hartl, L Burger, D Schübeler
Nature 528 (7583), 575-579, 2015
Identification of genetic elements that autonomously determine DNA methylation states
F Lienert, C Wirbelauer, I Som, A Dean, F Mohn, D Schübeler
Nature genetics 43 (11), 1091-1097, 2011
Genome-wide DNA replication profile for Drosophila melanogaster: a link between transcription and replication timing
D Schübeler, D Scalzo, C Kooperberg, B van Steensel, J Delrow, ...
Nature genetics 32 (3), 438-442, 2002
Nuclear localization and histone acetylation: a pathway for chromatin opening and transcriptional activation of the human β-globin locus
D Schübeler, C Francastel, DM Cimbora, A Reik, DIK Martin, M Groudine
Genes & development 14 (8), 940-950, 2000
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