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Publications:  Dr Andrea Cerase

Cerase A, Armaos A, Neumayer C, Avner P, Guttman M, Tartaglia GG(2019). Phase separation drives X-chromosome inactivation: a hypothesis. Nature Structural and Molecular Biology vol. 26, (5) 331-334.
Cerase A(2018). Awakening the sleeping giant: methods for reactivating the inactive X chromosome as clinical treatment for X-linked disorders. Journal of Translational Genetics and Genomics vol. 2, 3-3.
Pintacuda G, Young AN, Cerase A(2017). Function by structure: Spotlights on xist long non-coding RNA. Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences vol. 4, (DEC)
Pintacuda G, Wei G, Roustan C, Kirmizitas BA, Solcan N, Cerase A, Castello A, Mohammed S et al.(2017). hnRNPK Recruits PCGF3/5-PRC1 to the Xist RNA B-Repeat to Establish Polycomb-Mediated Chromosomal Silencing. Molecular Cell vol. 68, (5) 955-969.e10.
Almeida M, Pintacuda G, Masui O, Koseki Y, Gdula M, Cerase A, Brown D, Mould A et al.(2017). PCGF3/5-PRC1 initiates Polycomb recruitment in X chromosome inactivation. Science vol. 356, (6342) 1081-1084.
Cirillo D, Blanco M, Armaos A, Buness A, Avner P, Guttman M, Cerase A, Tartaglia GG(2016). Quantitative predictions of protein interactions with long noncoding RNAs: To the Editor. Nature Methods vol. 14, (1) 5-6.
Chen CK, Blanco M, Jackson C, Aznauryan E, Ollikainen N, Surka C, Chow A, Cerase A et al.(2016). Xist recruits the X chromosome to the nuclear lamina to enable chromosome-wide silencing. Science vol. 354, (6311) 468-472.
Cerase A(2016). X chromosome inactivation: The importance of being inactive. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology vol. 56, 1-2.
Pintacuda G, Cerase A(2015). X Inactivation Lessons from Differentiating Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports vol. 11, (5) 699-705.
Cerase A, Pintacuda G, Tattermusch A, Avner P(2015). Xist localization and function: New insights from multiple levels. Genome Biology vol. 16, (1)
Moindrot B, Cerase A, Coker H, Masui O, Grijzenhout A, Pintacuda G, Schermelleh L, Nesterova TB et al.(2015). A Pooled shRNA Screen Identifies Rbm15, Spen, and Wtap as Factors Required for Xist RNA-Mediated Silencing. Cell Reports vol. 12, (4) 562-572.
Smeets D, Markaki Y, Schmid VJ, Kraus F, Tattermusch A, Cerase A, Sterr M, Fiedler S et al.(2014). Three-dimensional super-resolution microscopy of the inactive X chromosome territory reveals a collapse of its active nuclear compartment harboring distinct Xist RNA foci. Epigenetics and Chromatin vol. 7, (1)
Cerase A, Smeets D, Tang YA, Gdula M, Kraus F, Spivakov M, Moindrot B, Leleu M et al.(2014). Spatial separation of Xist RNA and polycomb proteins revealed by superresolution microscopy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol. 111, (6) 2235-2240.
Farcas AM, Blackledge NP, Sudbery I, Long HK, McGouran JF, Rose NR, Lee S, Sims D et al.(2012). KDM2B links the polycomb repressive complex 1 (PRC1) to recognition of CpG islands. eLife vol. 2012, (1)
Casanova M, Preissner T, Cerase A, Poot R, Yamada D, Li X, Appanah R, Bezstarosti K et al.(2011). Polycomblike 2 facilitates the recruitment of PRC2 Polycomb group complexes to the inactive X chromosome and to target loci in embryonic stem cells. Development vol. 138, (8) 1471-1482.
Tang YA, Huntley D, Montana G, Cerase A, Nesterova TB, Brockdorff N(2010). Efficiency of Xist-mediated silencing on autosomes is linked to chromosomal domain organisation. Epigenetics and Chromatin vol. 3, (1)
Matarazzo MR, Cerase A, D'Esposito M(2008). Building up the inactive X chromosome. Biology of the Cell vol. 100, (1) 63-70.
Matarazzo MR, De Bonis ML, Strazzullo M, Cerase A, Ferraro M, Vastarelli P, Ballestar E, Esteller M et al.(2007). Multiple binding of methyl-CpG and polycomb proteins in long-term gene silencing events. Journal of Cellular Physiology vol. 210, (3) 711-719.
De Bonis ML, Cerase A, Matarazzo MR, Ferraro M, Strazzullo M, Hansen RS, Chiurazzi P, Neri G et al.(2006). Maintenance of X- and Y-inactivation of the pseudoautosomal (PAR2) gene SPRY3 is independent from DNA methylation and associated to multiple layers of epigenetic modifications. Human Molecular Genetics vol. 15, (7) 1123-1132.
Strazzullo M, Cossu A, Baldinu P, Colombino M, Satta MP, Tanda F, De Bonis ML, Cerase A et al.(2003). High-resolution methylation analysis of the hMLH1 promoter in sporadic endometrial and colorectal carcinomas. Cancer vol. 98, (7) 1540-1546.
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