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    1. Gavin, I; Horn, PJ; Peterson, CL
      SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling requires changes in DNA topology

      MOLECULAR CELL
    2. Sung, YH; Choi, EY; Kwon, H
      Identification of a nuclear protein ArpN as a component of human SWI/SNF complex and its selective association with a subset of active genes

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    3. Sif, S; Saurin, AJ; Imbalzano, AN; Kingston, RE
      Purification and characterization of mSin3A-containing Brg1 and hBrm chromatin remodeling complexes

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    4. Yu, LN; Sabet, N; Chambers, A; Morse, RH
      The N-terminal and C-terminal domains of RAP1 are dispensable for chromatin opening and GCN4-mediated HIS4 activation in budding yeast

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    5. Singh, P; Chan, SW; Hong, WJ
      Retinoblastoma protein is functionally distinct from its homologues in affecting glucocorticoid receptor-mediated transcription and apoptosis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Peterson, CL; Workman, JL
      Promoter targeting and chromatin remodeling by the SWI/SNF complex

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    7. Ha, N; Hellauer, K; Turcotte, B
      Fusions with histone H3 result in highly specific alteration of gene expression

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    8. Vignali, M; Hassan, AH; Neely, KE; Workman, JL
      ATP-dependent chromatin-remodeling complexes

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    9. O'Neill, DW; Schoetz, SS; Lopez, RA; Castle, M; Rabinowitz, L; Shor, E; Krawchuk, D; Goll, MG; Renz, M; Seelig, HP; Han, S; Seong, RH; Park, SD; Agalioti, T; Munshi, N; Thanos, D; Erdjument-Bromage, H; Tempst, P; Bank, A
      An Ikaros-containing chromatin-remodeling complex in adult-type erythroid cells

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Ryan, MP; Stafford, GA; Yu, LN; Morse, RH
      Artificially recruited TATA-binding protein fails to remodel chromatin anddoes not activate three promoters that require chromatin remodeling

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    11. Crowe, AJ; Piechan, JL; Sang, L; Barton, MC
      S-phase progression mediates activation of a silenced gene in synthetic nuclei

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    12. Havas, K; Flaus, A; Phelan, M; Kingston, R; Wade, PA; Lilley, DMJ; Owen-Hughes, T
      Generation of superhelical torsion by ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling activities

      CELL
    13. Agalioti, T; Lomvardas, S; Parekh, B; Yie, JM; Maniatis, T; Thanos, D
      Ordered recruitment of chromatin modifying and general transcription factors to the IFN-beta promoter

      CELL
    14. Bochar, DA; Savard, J; Wang, WD; Lafleur, DW; Moore, P; Cote, J; Shiekhattar, R
      A family of chromatin remodeling factors related to Williams syndrome transcription factor

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    15. Peterson, CL
      ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling: going mobile

      FEBS LETTERS
    16. Phelan, ML; Sif, S; Narlikar, GJ; Kingston, RE
      Reconstitution of a core chromatin remodeling complex from SWI/SNF subunits

      MOLECULAR CELL
    17. Tsukiyama, T; Palmer, J; Landel, CC; Shiloach, J; Wu, C
      Characterization of the Imitation Switch subfamily of ATP-dependent chromatin-remodeling factors in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    18. Yu, LN; Morse, RH
      Chromatin opening and transactivator potentiation by RAP1 in Saccharomycescerevisiae

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    19. Katsani, KR; Hajibagheri, MAN; Verrijzer, CP
      Co-operative DNA binding by GAGA transcription factor requires the conserved BTB/POZ domain and reorganizes promoter topology

      EMBO JOURNAL
    20. Thiriet, C; Hayes, JJ
      Chromatin remodeling by cell cycle stage-specific extracts from Physarum polycephalum

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    21. Varga-Weisz, PD; Bonte, EJ; Becker, PB
      Analysis of modulators of chromatin structure in Drosophila

      CHROMATIN
    22. Lee, CH; Murphy, MR; Lee, JS; Chung, JH
      Targeting a SWI/SNF-related chromatin remodeling complex to the beta-globin promoter in erythroid cells

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    23. Agianian, B; Leonard, K; Bonte, E; Van der Zandt, H; Becker, PB; Tucker, PA
      The glutamine-rich domain of the Drosophila GAGA factor is necessary for amyloid fibre formation in vitro, but not for chromatin remodelling

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    24. Stein, GS; Van Wijnen, AJ; Montecino, M; Stein, JL; Lian, JB
      Nuclear structure/gene expression interrelationships

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY
    25. Makita, N; Yoshikawa, K
      ATP/ADP switches the higher-order structure of DNA in the presence of spermidine

      FEBS LETTERS
    26. Gelius, B; Wade, P; Wolffe, A; Wrange, O; Farrants, AKO
      Characterization of a chromatin remodelling activity in Xenopus oocytes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    27. Barberis, A; Gaudreau, L
      Recruitment of the RNA polymerase II holoenzyme and its implications in gene regulation

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    28. GREGORY PD; BARBARIC S; HORZ W
      ANALYZING CHROMATIN STRUCTURE AND TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR-BINDING IN YEAST

      Methods (San Diego, Calif., Print)
    29. TREICH I; HO L; CARLSON M
      DIRECT INTERACTION BETWEEN RSC6 AND RSC8 SWH3, 2 PROTEINS THAT ARE CONSERVED IN SWI/SNF-RELATED COMPLEXES/

      Nucleic acids research
    30. OKADA M; HIROSE S
      CHROMATIN REMODELING MEDIATED BY DROSOPHILA GAGA FACTOR AND ISWI ACTIVATES FUSHI-TARAZU GENE-TRANSCRIPTION IN-VITRO

      Molecular and cellular biology
    31. RYAN MP; JONES R; MORSE RH
      SWI-SNF COMPLEX PARTICIPATION IN TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION AT A STEPSUBSEQUENT TO ACTIVATOR BINDING

      Molecular and cellular biology
    32. Schnitzler, GR; Sif, S; Kingston, RE
      A model for chromatin remodeling by the SWI SNF family

      COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMPOSIA ON QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY
    33. Haswell, ES; O'Shea, EK
      Specificity of ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling at the yeast PHO5 promoter

      COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMPOSIA ON QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY
    34. WANG WD; CHI TH; XUE YT; ZHOU S; KUO A; CRABTREE GR
      ARCHITECTURAL DNA-BINDING BY A HIGH-MOBILITY-GROUP KINESIN-LIKE SUBUNIT IN MAMMALIAN SWI/SNF-RELATED COMPLEXES/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    35. BOYES J; OMICHINSKI J; CLARK D; PIKAART M; FELSENFELD G
      PERTURBATION OF NUCLEOSOME STRUCTURE BY THE ERYTHROID TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GATA-1

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    36. JIMENEZGARCIA E; VAQUERO A; ESPINAS ML; SOLIVA R; OROZCO M; BERNUES J; AZORIN F
      THE GAGA FACTOR OF DROSOPHILA BINDS TRIPLE-STRANDED DNA

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    37. Pazin, MJ; Hermann, JW; Kadonaga, JT
      Promoter structure and transcriptional activation with chromatin templatesassembled in vitro - A single Gal4-VP16 dimer binds to chromatin or to DNAwith comparable affinity

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    38. Hirose, S
      Chromatin remodeling and transcription

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    39. TSUKIYAMA T; WU C
      CHROMATIN REMODELING AND TRANSCRIPTION

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    40. PONTOGLIO M; FAUST DM; DOYEN A; YANIV M; WEISS MC
      HEPATOCYTE NUCLEAR FACTOR 1-ALPHA GENE INACTIVATION IMPAIRS CHROMATINREMODELING AND DEMETHYLATION OF THE PHENYLALANINE-HYDROXYLASE GENE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    41. WEBER JA; TAXMAN DJ; LU Q; GILMOUR DS
      MOLECULAR ARCHITECTURE OF THE HSP70 PROMOTER AFTER DELETION OF THE TATA BOX OR THE UPSTREAM REGULATION REGION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    42. BHATTACHARYYA N; DEY A; MINUCCI S; ZIMMER A; JOHN S; HAGER G; OZATO K
      RETINOID-INDUCED CHROMATIN STRUCTURE ALTERATIONS IN THE RETINOIC ACIDRECEPTOR BETA-2 PROMOTER

      Molecular and cellular biology
    43. NG KW; RIDGWAY P; COHEN DR; TREMETHICK DJ
      THE BINDING OF A FOS JUN HETERODIMER CAN COMPLETELY DISRUPT THE STRUCTURE OF A NUCLEOSOME/

      EMBO journal
    44. GAUDREAU L; SCHMID A; BLASCHKE D; PTASHNE M; HORZ W
      RNA-POLYMERASE-II HOLOENZYME RECRUITMENT IS SUFFICIENT TO REMODEL CHROMATIN AT THE YEAST PHO5 PROMOTER

      Cell
    45. YANO T; NAKAMURA T; BLECHMAN J; SORIO C; DANG CV; GEIGER B; CANAANI E
      NUCLEAR PUNCTATE DISTRIBUTION OF ALL-1 IS CONFERRED BY DISTINCT ELEMENTS AT THE N-TERMINUS OF THE PROTEIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    46. LEFEBVRE O; STEGER G; YANIV M
      SYNERGISTIC TRANSCRIPTIONAL-ACTIVATION BY THE PAPILLOMAVIRUS E2 PROTEIN OCCURS AFTER DNA-BINDING AND CORRELATES WITH A CHANGE IN CHROMATIN STRUCTURE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    47. WU C
      CHROMATIN REMODELING AND THE CONTROL OF GENE-EXPRESSION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    48. STAFFORD GA; MORSE RH
      CHROMATIN REMODELING BY TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION DOMAINS IN A YEASTEPISOME

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. TARKKA T; OIKARINEN J; GRUNDSTROM T
      NUCLEOTIDE AND CALCIUM-INDUCED CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES IN HISTONE H1

      FEBS letters
    50. KOBER I; SEIFART KH
      INFLUENCE OF CHROMATIN-STRUCTURE ON ACCESSIBILITY AND TRANSCRIPTIONALREGULATION OF THE DUCK HISTONE H5-GENE

      Journal of animal breeding and genetics
    51. VERDONE L; CAMILLONI G; DIMAURO E; CASERTA M
      CHROMATIN REMODELING DURING SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE ADH2 GENE ACTIVATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    52. ARMSTRONG JA; EMERSON BM
      NF-E2 DISRUPTS CHROMATIN STRUCTURE AT HUMAN BETA-GLOBIN LOCUS-CONTROLREGION HYPERSENSITIVE SITE 2 IN-VITRO

      Molecular and cellular biology
    53. TAMURA TA; KONISHI Y; MAKINO Y; MIKOSHIBA K
      MECHANISMS OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION AND NEURAL GENE-EXPRESSION

      Neurochemistry international
    54. STARGELL LA; STRUHL K
      MECHANISMS OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION IN-VIVO - 2 STEPS FORWARD

      Trends in genetics
    55. CAIRNS BR; LORCH Y; LI Y; ZHANG MC; LACOMIS L; ERDJUMENTBROMAGE H; TEMPST P; DU J; LAURENT B; KORNBERG RD
      RSC, AN ESSENTIAL, ABUNDANT CHROMATIN-REMODELING COMPLEX

      Cell
    56. FELSENFELD G
      CHROMATIN UNFOLDS

      Cell
    57. MAGIS W; FIERING S; GROUDINE M; MARTIN DIK
      AN UPSTREAM ACTIVATOR OF TRANSCRIPTION COORDINATELY INCREASES THE LEVEL AND EPIGENETIC STABILITY OF GENE-EXPRESSION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    58. SVAREN J; HORZ W
      INTERPLAY BETWEEN NUCLEOSOMES AND TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS AT THE YEAST PHO5 PROMOTER

      Seminars in cell biology
    59. VENTER U; SVAREN J; SCHMITZ J; SCHMID A; HORZ W
      A NUCLEOSOME PRECLUDES BINDING OF THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR PHO4 IN-VIVO TO A CRITICAL TARGET SITE IN THE PHO5 PROMOTER

      EMBO journal
    60. VENTER U; SVAREN J; SCHMITZ J; SCHMID A; HORZ W
      A NUCLEOSOME PRECLUDES BINDING OF THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR PHO4 IN-VIVO TO A CRITICAL TARGET SITE IN THE PHO5 PROMOTER

      EMBO journal
    61. SVAREN J; SCHMITZ J; HORZ W
      THE TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN OF PHO4 IS REQUIRED FOR NUCLEOSOME DISRUPTION AT THE PHO5 PROMOTER

      EMBO journal
    62. SVAREN J; SCHMITZ J; HORZ W
      THE TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN OF PHO4 IS REQUIRED FOR NUCLEOSOME DISRUPTION AT THE PHO5 PROMOTER

      EMBO journal


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