Erez Y. Levanon spends much of his time researching Genetics, RNA editing, Gene, RNA and Alu element. His study in Genetics concentrates on Human genome and Intron. Erez Y. Levanon studies ADAR, a branch of RNA editing.
His RNA research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Transcriptome and DNA. The concepts of his Transcriptome study are interwoven with issues in Carcinogenesis and Messenger RNA. Erez Y. Levanon studied Alu element and Exon that intersect with Enhancer, RNA splicing, splice and Circular RNA.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in RNA editing, Genetics, RNA, Computational biology and Gene. The RNA editing study combines topics in areas such as Alu element, Transcriptome, RNA silencing and Cell biology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Evolutionary biology and Carcinogenesis in addition to Transcriptome.
His RNA research incorporates themes from DNA, Inosine and Guide RNA. The various areas that Erez Y. Levanon examines in his Computational biology study include Sequence, Sequence analysis and Gene expression profiling. Erez Y. Levanon has researched ADAR in several fields, including Cancer research, RNA-binding protein and Sequence alignment.
Erez Y. Levanon focuses on RNA editing, RNA, Computational biology, ADAR and RNA silencing. Genetics and Gene are the two main areas of interest in his RNA editing studies. His RNA research incorporates elements of Cell biology, Effector, Innate immune system and Parkinsonism.
His Computational biology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Genome editing and Human enhancement. Erez Y. Levanon has included themes like Exome sequencing, Cancer research, Somatic cell, Inosine and Alternative splicing in his ADAR study. His studies in RNA silencing integrate themes in fields like Primate evolution, Genome, Alu element, Guanosine and DNA sequencing.
His main research concerns RNA, RNA editing, Cell biology, Innate immune system and Oxidative stress. He studies RNA, namely RNA silencing. His work carried out in the field of RNA silencing brings together such families of science as Genome evolution, Transcriptome, Negative selection and Function.
His studies deal with areas such as Parkinson's disease, Neuroprotection, microRNA, Parkinsonism and Effector as well as Oxidative stress. His Effector study typically links adjacent topics like Substantia nigra. His research in Endogeny intersects with topics in HEK 293 cells, Cell culture, Post-transcriptional modification, Normal tissue and Computational biology.
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m6A mRNA methylation facilitates resolution of naïve pluripotency toward differentiation
Shay Geula;Sharon Moshitch-Moshkovitz;Dan Dominissini;Abed Al Fatah Mansour.
Human housekeeping genes, revisited.
Eli Eisenberg;Erez Y. Levanon.
Trends in Genetics (2013)
Human housekeeping genes are compact
Eli Eisenberg;Erez Y. Levanon.
Trends in Genetics (2003)
Analysis of Intron Sequences Reveals Hallmarks of Circular RNA Biogenesis in Animals
Andranik Ivanov;Sebastian Memczak;Emanuel Wyler;Francesca Torti.
Cell Reports (2015)
Systematic identification of abundant A-to-I editing sites in the human transcriptome
Erez Y Levanon;Erez Y Levanon;Eli Eisenberg;Rodrigo Yelin;Sergey Nemzer.
Nature Biotechnology (2004)
Widespread occurrence of antisense transcription in the human genome
Rodrigo Yelin;Dvir Dahary;Rotem Sorek;Erez Y. Levanon.
Nature Biotechnology (2003)
Genome-Wide Identification of Human RNA Editing Sites by Parallel DNA Capturing and Sequencing
Jin Billy Li;Erez Y. Levanon;Jung-Ki Yoon;John Aach.
Human thrombospondin polypeptide
Liat Mintz;Hanqing Xie;Dvir Dahary;Erez Levanon.
A-to-I RNA editing occurs at over a hundred million genomic sites, located in a majority of human genes.
Lily Bazak;Ami Haviv;Michal Barak;Jasmine Jacob-Hirsch;Jasmine Jacob-Hirsch.
Genome Research (2014)
Altered adenosine-to-inosine RNA editing in human cancer
Nurit Paz;Erez Y. Levanon;Erez Y. Levanon;Ninette Amariglio;Ninette Amariglio;Amy B. Heimberger.
Genome Research (2007)
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