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Teichmann, Sarah. National Library of Poland NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

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Computational assignment of cell-cycle stage from single-cell transcriptome data. Wikidata
Computational identification of site-specific transcription factors in Drosophila. Wikidata
Conservation of gene co-regulation in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Wikidata
The constraints protein-protein interactions place on sequence divergence. Wikidata
DBD--taxonomically broad transcription factor predictions: new content and functionality Wikidata
Depletion of stromal cells expressing fibroblast activation protein-α from skeletal muscle and bone marrow results in cachexia and anemia. Wikidata
The developmental expression dynamics of Drosophila melanogaster transcription factors Wikidata
Distinctive features of lincRNA gene expression suggest widespread RNA-independent functions Wikidata
Divergence of interdomain geometry in two-domain proteins. Wikidata
Duel of the fates: the role of transcriptional circuits and noise in CD4+ cells. Wikidata
The emergence of protein complexes: quaternary structure, dynamics and allostery. Colworth Medal Lecture. Wikidata
EpiChIP: gene-by-gene quantification of epigenetic modification levels. Wikidata
European Adder bites in dogs in southern Germany. A retrospective study over a 6.5-year period. Wikidata
Evolution of genes and genomes on the Drosophila phylogeny Wikidata
Evolution of oligomeric state through allosteric pathways that mimic ligand binding Wikidata
Evolution of protein complexes by duplication of homomeric interactions Wikidata
Evolution of protein structures and interactions from the perspective of residue contact networks. Wikidata
Fast Batch Alignment of Single Cell Transcriptomes Unifies Multiple Mouse Cell Atlases into an Integrated Landscape Wikidata
FlyTF: improved annotation and enhanced functionality of the Drosophila transcription factor database. Wikidata
Functional determinants of transcription factors in Escherichia coli: protein families and binding sites. Wikidata
Gene regulatory network growth by duplication. Wikidata
Genes encoding subunits of stable complexes are clustered on the yeast chromosomes: an interpretation from a dosage balance perspective. Wikidata
Genomes and evolution: multidimensional approaches to understanding diversity. Wikidata
Genomic analysis of regulatory network dynamics reveals large topological changes. Wikidata
A HaemAtlas: characterizing gene expression in differentiated human blood cells Wikidata
High-flux table-top soft x-ray source driven by sub-2-cycle, CEP stable, 1.85-μm 1-kHz pulses for carbon K-edge spectroscopy. Wikidata
Homology, pathway distance and chromosomal localization of the small molecule metabolism enzymes in Escherichia coli. Wikidata
How do proteins gain new domains? Wikidata
How do you find transcription factors? Computational approaches to compile and annotate repertoires of regulators for any genome. Wikidata
The immunoglobulin superfamily in Drosophila melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans and the evolution of complexity. Wikidata
Immunology meets genomics. Wikidata
The impact of genomic neighborhood on the evolution of human and chimpanzee transcriptome. Wikidata
The importance of sequence diversity in the aggregation and evolution of proteins. Wikidata
The (in)dependence of alternative splicing and gene duplication Wikidata
Integrated mapping, chromosomal sequencing and sequence analysis of Cryptosporidium parvum Wikidata
Lineage-specific expansion of DNA-binding transcription factor families Wikidata
Mapping human development at single-cell resolution. Wikidata
Multi-domain protein families and domain pairs: comparison with known structures and a random model of domain recombination. Wikidata
Networks for all. Wikidata
Novel specificities emerge by stepwise duplication of functional modules. Wikidata
Nuclear receptors: the evolution of diversity. Wikidata
The origins and evolution of functional modules: lessons from protein complexes Wikidata
Patterns of evolutionary constraints on genes in humans. Wikidata
Polycomb associates genome-wide with a specific RNA polymerase II variant, and regulates metabolic genes in ESCs. Wikidata
Principles of assembly reveal a periodic table of protein complexes. Wikidata
Probing the diverse landscape of protein flexibility and binding. Wikidata
The properties of protein family space depend on experimental design. Wikidata
Protein complexes are under evolutionary selection to assemble via ordered pathways Wikidata
Protein domain organisation: adding order Wikidata
A rapid and robust method for single cell chromatin accessibility profiling Wikidata
Regulation of protein-protein binding by coupling between phosphorylation and intrinsic disorder: analysis of human protein complexes. Wikidata
The Regulatory T Cell Lineage Factor Foxp3 Regulates Gene Expression through Several Distinct Mechanisms Mostly Independent of Direct DNA Binding. Wikidata
The relationship between domain duplication and recombination. Wikidata
Relative rates of gene fusion and fission in multi-domain proteins. Wikidata
Relative solvent accessible surface area predicts protein conformational changes upon binding Wikidata
RNA sequencing reveals two major classes of gene expression levels in metazoan cells. Wikidata
The role of salt bridges, charge density, and subunit flexibility in determining disassembly routes of protein complexes. Wikidata
Sequences and topology: evolution of proteins and evolution of computational approaches Wikidata
Sequences and topology: from genome structure to protein structure. Wikidata
Single cell RNA-seq and ATAC-seq analysis of cardiac progenitor cell transition states and lineage settlement Wikidata
Single Cell RNA-Sequencing of Pluripotent States Unlocks Modular Transcriptional Variation. Wikidata
Single-cell RNA sequencing reveals T helper cells synthesizing steroids de novo to contribute to immune homeostasis. Wikidata
Single-cell transcriptome analysis of fish immune cells provides insight into the evolution of vertebrate immune cell types. Wikidata
Single-cell transcriptomic reconstruction reveals cell cycle and multi-lineage differentiation defects in Bcl11a-deficient hematopoietic stem cells. Wikidata
Single-cell transcriptomics to explore the immune system in health and disease. Wikidata
Spatiotemporal isolation of attosecond soft X-ray pulses in the water window. Wikidata
Statistical analysis of domains in interacting protein pairs. Wikidata
Strong-field plasmonic photoemission in the mid-IR at <1 GW/cm² intensity. Wikidata
Structural and evolutionary versatility in protein complexes with uneven stoichiometry. Wikidata
Structural, evolutionary, and assembly principles of protein oligomerization. Wikidata
Supra-domains: evolutionary units larger than single protein domains. Wikidata
Systemizing the structures and structuring the system. Wikidata
Targeting CXCL12 from FAP-expressing carcinoma-associated fibroblasts synergizes with anti-PD-L1 immunotherapy in pancreatic cancer. Wikidata
The technology and biology of single-cell RNA sequencing. Wikidata
Teenage detectives National Library of Poland NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
Tight regulation of unstructured proteins: from transcript synthesis to protein degradation Wikidata
Transcriptional networking Wikidata
The transcriptional program controlled by the stem cell leukemia gene Scl/Tal1 during early embryonic hematopoietic development. Wikidata
Uncovering the interplay between DNA sequence preferences of transcription factors and nucleosomes. Wikidata
Voices of biotech. Wikidata

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