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Genome-wide mapping of endogenous G-quadruplex DNA structures by chromatin ... R. Hansel-Hertsch, J. Spiegel, G. Marsico, D. Tannahill and S. Balasubraman... Balasubramanian Group 23 Feb 2018 Nat Protoc 13(3):551-64
Targeting Multiple Effector Pathways in Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma wi... C. Marchetti, K.G. Zyner, S.A. Ohnmacht, M. Robson, S.M. Haider, J.P. Morto... Balasubramanian Group 23 Jan 2018 J Med Chem n/a
Machine learning model for sequence-driven DNA G-quadruplex formation A.B. Sahakyan, V.S. Chambers, G. Marsico, T. Santner, M. Di Antonio and S. ... Balasubramanian Group 8 Nov 2017 Sci Rep 7(1):14535
Local epigenetic reprogramming induced by G-quadruplex ligands G. Guilbaud, P. Murat, B. Recolin, B.C. Campbell, A. Maiter, J.E. Sale and ... Balasubramanian Group 25 Oct 2017 Nat Chem 9(11):1110-17
Synthesis and multiple incorporations of 2'-O-methyl-5-hydroxymethyl-,... S. Balasubramanian and A.A. Tanpure Balasubramanian Group 14 Sep 2017 Chembiochem n/a
Therapeutics: Click and discover G.S. Vassiliou and S. Balasubramanian Balasubramanian Group 11 Aug 2017 Nature 548(7666):162-64
The Profile and Dynamics of RNA Modifications in Animals P. van Delft, A. Akay, S.M. Huber, C. Bueschl, K.L.M. Rudolph, T. Di Domeni... Balasubramanian Group 28 Apr 2017 Chembiochem n/a
DNA G-quadruplexes in the human genome: detection, functions and therapeuti... R. Hansel-Hertsch, M.D. Antonio and S. Balasubramanian Balasubramanian Group 23 Feb 2017 Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol n/a
CX-5461 is a DNA G-quadruplex stabilizer with selective lethality in BRCA1/... H. Xu, M. Di Antonio, S. McKinney, V. Mathew, B. Ho, N.J. O'Neil, N.D.... Balasubramanian Group, Brenton Group, Caldas Group 18 Feb 2017 Nat Commun 8():14432
Gender Differences in Global but Not Targeted Demethylation in iPSC Reprogr... I. Milagre, T.M. Stubbs, M.R. King, J. Spindel, F. Santos, F. Krueger, M. B... Balasubramanian Group 2 Feb 2017 Cell Rep 18(5):1079-89