Brian D. Strahl mainly focuses on Histone code, Histone methylation, Histone methyltransferase, Histone H3 and Genetics. Brian D. Strahl combines subjects such as Chromatin remodeling and Histone H1 with his study of Histone code. The study incorporates disciplines such as Histone H4, Molecular biology and Histone octamer in addition to Histone methylation.
His Histone methyltransferase research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Epigenomics, EZH2, Epigenetics of physical exercise and RNA-Directed DNA Methylation. The Histone H3 study combines topics in areas such as Histone H2A, Promoter, Chromatin immunoprecipitation, Transcriptional regulation and Tetrahymena. His study connects Cell biology and Genetics.
Brian D. Strahl focuses on Histone, Chromatin, Cell biology, Histone code and Genetics. Brian D. Strahl does research in Histone, focusing on Histone H3 specifically. His study in Cell biology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Histone H2B, Cellular differentiation, Acetylation, Gene and DNA methylation.
His Histone code research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Histone methyltransferase, Histone octamer, Histone H2A, Histone H1 and Histone methylation. Brian D. Strahl interconnects EZH2 and Epigenetics of physical exercise in the investigation of issues within Histone methyltransferase. The various areas that Brian D. Strahl examines in his Histone methylation study include Epigenomics and Histone-modifying enzymes.
Histone, Cell biology, Chromatin, Histone H3 and Epigenetics are his primary areas of study. His Histone study incorporates themes from Acetylation, Computational biology, Binding site and DNA repair. His studies deal with areas such as DNA methylation, Chromatin immunoprecipitation and Histone H4, Transcription, Gene as well as Cell biology.
His Chromatin research integrates issues from Regulation of gene expression, Gene expression, Bromodomain and Peptide. Regulation of gene expression connects with themes related to Histone methylation in his study. His Histone H3 study is concerned with the field of Methylation as a whole.
Brian D. Strahl mainly investigates Histone, Cell biology, Chromatin, Epigenetics and Computational biology. He has researched Histone in several fields, including Heterochromatin and Transcription. In general Cell biology, his work in Extracellular is often linked to Neutrophil extracellular traps linking many areas of study.
His specific area of interest is Chromatin, where Brian D. Strahl studies Histone H3. His work in Epigenetics addresses subjects such as Acetyltransferase, which are connected to disciplines such as Binding site, Chromatin binding, Transcriptional regulation and Histone methyltransferase. His Computational biology research includes themes of DNA microarray, Histone binding, Low affinity, Peptide and Effector.
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The language of covalent histone modifications.
B D Strahl;C D Allis.
Regulation of chromatin structure by site-specific histone H3 methyltransferases
S Rea;F Eisenhaber;D O'Carroll;B D Strahl.
Role of Histone H3 Lysine 9 Methylation in Epigenetic Control of Heterochromatin Assembly
Jun-ichi Nakayama;Judd C. Rice;Brian D. Strahl;C. David Allis.
Methylation of histone H4 at arginine 3 facilitating transcriptional activation by nuclear hormone receptor
Hengbin Wang;Zhi-Qing Huang;Li Xia;Qin Feng.
Cotranscriptional set2 methylation of histone H3 lysine 36 recruits a repressive Rpd3 complex.
Michael Christopher Keogh;Siavash K. Kurdistani;Stephanie A. Morris;Seong Hoon Ahn.
Evidence for nucleosome depletion at active regulatory regions genome-wide.
Cheol Koo Lee;Yoichiro Shibata;Bhargavi Rao;Brian D. Strahl.
Nature Genetics (2004)
Histone H3 lysine 4 methylation is mediated by Set1 and required for cell growth and rDNA silencing in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Scott D. Briggs;Mary Bryk;Brian D. Strahl;Wang L. Cheung.
Genes & Development (2001)
Interpreting the language of histone and DNA modifications
Scott B. Rothbart;Brian D. Strahl.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (2014)
A nucleosomal function for IκB kinase-α in NF-κB-dependent gene expression
Vasiliki Anest;Julie L. Hanson;Patricia C. Cogswell;Kris A. Steinbrecher.
Set2 Is a Nucleosomal Histone H3-Selective Methyltransferase That Mediates Transcriptional Repression
Brian D Strahl;Patrick A. Grant;Scott D. Briggs;Zu Wen Sun.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (2002)
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