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David Tremethick
David Tremethick
Professor, Australian University
Verified email at anu.edu.au
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New insights into nucleosome and chromatin structure: an ordered state or a disordered affair?
K Luger, ML Dechassa, DJ Tremethick
Nature reviews Molecular cell biology 13 (7), 436-447, 2012
8802012
Crystal structure of a nucleosome core particle containing the variant histone H2A. Z
RK Suto, MJ Clarkson, DJ Tremethick, K Luger
Nature structural biology 7 (12), 1121-1124, 2000
7072000
Higher-order structures of chromatin: the elusive 30 nm fiber
DJ Tremethick
Cell 128 (4), 651-654, 2007
5232007
Histone variant H2A. Z is required for early mammalian development
R Faast, V Thonglairoam, TC Schulz, J Beall, JRE Wells, H Taylor, ...
Current Biology 11 (15), 1183-1187, 2001
4702001
H2A. Z alters the nucleosome surface to promote HP1α-mediated chromatin fiber folding
JY Fan, D Rangasamy, K Luger, DJ Tremethick
Molecular cell 16 (4), 655-661, 2004
3812004
The essential histone variant H2A. Z regulates the equilibrium between different chromatin conformational states
JY Fan, F Gordon, K Luger, JC Hansen, DJ Tremethick
Nature structural biology 9 (3), 172-176, 2002
3742002
A unified phylogeny-based nomenclature for histone variants
PB Talbert, K Ahmad, G Almouzni, J Ausió, F Berger, PL Bhalla, ...
Epigenetics & chromatin 5, 1-19, 2012
3522012
A new fluorescence resonance energy transfer approach demonstrates that the histone variant H2AZ stabilizes the histone octamer within the nucleosome
YJ Park, PN Dyer, DJ Tremethick, K Luger
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (23), 24274-24282, 2004
2972004
RNA interference demonstrates a novel role for H2A. Z in chromosome segregation
D Rangasamy, I Greaves, DJ Tremethick
Nature structural & molecular biology 11 (7), 650-655, 2004
2912004
Pericentric heterochromatin becomes enriched with H2A. Z during early mammalian development
D Rangasamy, L Berven, P Ridgway, DJ Tremethick
The EMBO journal, 2003
2822003
Regions of variant histone His2AvD required for Drosophila development
MJ Clarkson, JRE Wells, F Gibson, R Saint, DJ Tremethick
Nature 399 (6737), 694-697, 1999
2741999
Nucleosomes containing the histone variant H2A. Bbd organize only 118 base pairs of DNA
Y Bao, K Konesky, YJ Park, S Rosu, PN Dyer, D Rangasamy, ...
The EMBO journal 23 (16), 3314-3324, 2004
2672004
The nucleosome surface regulates chromatin compaction and couples it with transcriptional repression
J Zhou, JY Fan, D Rangasamy, DJ Tremethick
Nature structural & molecular biology 14 (11), 1070-1076, 2007
2532007
Acetylation of H2A. Z is a key epigenetic modification associated with gene deregulation and epigenetic remodeling in cancer
F Valdés-Mora, JZ Song, AL Statham, D Strbenac, MD Robinson, SS Nair, ...
Genome research 22 (2), 307-321, 2012
2242012
H2A. Z contributes to the unique 3D structure of the centromere
IK Greaves, D Rangasamy, P Ridgway, DJ Tremethick
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (2), 525-530, 2007
2242007
The replacement histone H2A. Z in a hyperacetylated form is a feature of active genes in the chicken
K Bruce, FA Myers, E Mantouvalou, P Lefevre, I Greaves, C Bonifer, ...
Nucleic acids research 33 (17), 5633-5639, 2005
1942005
High mobility group proteins 1 and 2 stimulate transcription in vitro by RNA polymerases II and III.
DJ Tremethick, PL Molloy
Journal of Biological Chemistry 261 (15), 6986-6992, 1986
1481986
The X and Y chromosomes assemble into H2A. Z, containing facultative heterochromatin, following meiosis
IK Greaves, D Rangasamy, M Devoy, JA Marshall Graves, DJ Tremethick
Molecular and cellular biology 26 (14), 5394-5405, 2006
1472006
A unique H2A histone variant occupies the transcriptional start site of active genes
TA Soboleva, M Nekrasov, A Pahwa, R Williams, GA Huttley, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 19 (1), 25-30, 2012
1332012
Histone H2A. Z inheritance during the cell cycle and its impact on promoter organization and dynamics
M Nekrasov, J Amrichova, BJ Parker, TA Soboleva, C Jack, R Williams, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 19 (11), 1076-1083, 2012
1312012
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