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    Longwood Medical Area | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

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    University of California, Los Angeles

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    University of California, Irvine

FEATURED ARTICLES

Structural insights into preinitiation complex assembly on core promoters

Journal: Science

Publication Date: 4/1/2021

PubMed ID: 33795473

Referenced Products: TBP Rabbit pAb (A2192), POLR2B Rabbit pAb (A5928)

Sample Species: Homo sapien

Application: WB

Molecular basis of nucleosomal H3K36 methylation by NSD methyltransferases

Journal: Nature

Publication Date: 12/23/2020

PubMed ID: 33361816

Referenced Products: H3K36me1 Rabbit pAb (A2364)

Sample Species: Homo sapien

Application: WB

SPT5 stabilizes RNA polymerase II, orchestrates transcription cycles, and maintains the enhancer landscape

Journal: Molecular Cell

Publication Date: 9/10/2021

PubMed ID: 34534457

Referenced Products: Vinculin Rabbit mAb (A2752), H3K25ac1 Rabbit pAb (A7253), SUPT4H1 Rabbit pAb (A7933)

Sample Species: Homo sapien

Application: WB

Cancer cells escape autophagy inhibition via NRF2-induced macropinocytosis

Journal: Cancer Cell

Publication Date: 3/18/2021

PubMed ID: 33740421

Referenced Products: NRF2 Rabbit pAb (A11159)

Sample Species: Mus muculus

Application: WB

Targeting mitochondria-located circRNA SCAR alleviates NASH via reducing mROS output

Journal: Cell

Publication Date: 9/14/2020

PubMed ID: 32931733

Referenced Products: RNASEL Rabbit pAb (A9840)

Sample Species: Homo sapien

Application: WB

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