The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Transcription factor, Regulation of gene expression, Molecular biology, Gene expression and Cell biology. He combines topics linked to Chromatin with his work on Transcription factor. His study in Regulation of gene expression is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Epigenetics of physical exercise, Cancer research, Transcriptional regulation and Cellular differentiation.
His research in Molecular biology intersects with topics in Promoter and Chromatin immunoprecipitation. His Gene expression study combines topics in areas such as Nucleus, Transcription and Carcinogenesis. His study looks at the intersection of Cell biology and topics like DNA replication with Nucleic acid, Nuclear organization, Nuclear protein and Cancer.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cell biology, Molecular biology, Transcription factor, Chromatin and Gene expression. Martin Montecino focuses mostly in the field of Cell biology, narrowing it down to matters related to Epigenetics and, in some cases, DNA methylation. His research integrates issues of Regulation of gene expression and Transcription in his study of Transcription factor.
As part of the same scientific family, Martin Montecino usually focuses on Regulation of gene expression, concentrating on Cellular differentiation and intersecting with Cancer research. His Chromatin research includes elements of Calcitriol receptor and Histone. His study in Gene expression is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cell nucleus and Mitosis.
Epigenetics, Cell biology, Cancer research, Chromatin and Histone are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Molecular biology, Regulation of gene expression, RUNX2 and Cellular differentiation, which intersect with Epigenetics. His Molecular biology research incorporates elements of Gene expression, Chromatin binding, Bromodomain and Histone code.
RUNX2 is a subfield of Transcription factor that Martin Montecino investigates. His Cell biology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Adipose tissue and In silico. His Chromatin research incorporates themes from Gene silencing, Signal transduction, Transcription and Mitosis.
His main research concerns Epigenetics, Histone, Cellular differentiation, Cancer research and DNA methylation. His Epigenetics study incorporates themes from Cell biology, Molecular biology, Transcription factor and Epigenome. The concepts of his Molecular biology study are interwoven with issues in Histone methyltransferase, Gene expression, EZH2, Adipogenesis and Histone methylation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as H3K4me3, Chromatin, Regulation of gene expression and Cancer cell in addition to Histone. His Chromatin study deals with the bigger picture of Genetics. Martin Montecino has researched Regulation of gene expression in several fields, including DNA demethylation and SWI/SNF, Chromatin remodeling, Nucleosome.
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Runx2 control of organization, assembly and activity of the regulatory machinery for skeletal gene expression.
Gary S. Stein;Jane B. Lian;Andre J. Van Wijnen;Janet L. Stein.
Transcriptional control of osteoblast growth and differentiation
G. S. Stein;J. B. Lian;J. L. Stein;A. J. Van Wijnen.
Physiological Reviews (1996)
Regulatory controls for osteoblast growth and differentiation: role of Runx/Cbfa/AML factors
Jane B. Lian;Amjad Javed;S. Kaleem Zaidi;Christopher Lengner.
Critical Reviews in Eukaryotic Gene Expression (2004)
Networks and hubs for the transcriptional control of osteoblastogenesis
Jane B. Lian;Gary S. Stein;Amjad Javed;Andre J. Van Wijnen.
Reviews in Endocrine & Metabolic Disorders (2006)
CCAAT/Enhancer-binding Proteins (C/EBP) β and δ Activate Osteocalcin Gene Transcription and Synergize with Runx2 at the C/EBP Element to Regulate Bone-specific Expression
Soraya E. Gutierrez;Amjad Javed;Daniel K. Tennant;Monique van Rees.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2002)
Dlx3 Transcriptional Regulation of Osteoblast Differentiation: Temporal Recruitment of Msx2, Dlx3, and Dlx5 Homeodomain Proteins to Chromatin of the Osteocalcin Gene
Mohammad Q. Hassan;Amjad Javed;Maria I. Morasso;Jeremy Karlin.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (2004)
Mitotic occupancy and lineage-specific transcriptional control of rRNA genes by Runx2
Daniel W. Young;Mohammad Q. Hassan;Jitesh Pratap;Mario Galindo;Mario Galindo.
Regulation of the bone-specific osteocalcin gene by p300 requires Runx2/Cbfa1 and the vitamin D3 receptor but not p300 intrinsic histone acetyltransferase activity.
Jose Sierra;Alejandro Villagra;Roberto Paredes;Fernando Cruzat.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (2003)
Multiple Cbfa/AML sites in the rat osteocalcin promoter are required for basal and vitamin D-responsive transcription and contribute to chromatin organization
Amjad Javed;Soraya E. Gutierrez;Martin Montecino;Andre J. Van Wijnen.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (1999)
HOXA10 Controls Osteoblastogenesis by Directly Activating Bone Regulatory and Phenotypic Genes
Mohammad Q. Hassan;Rahul S. Tare;Suk Hee Lee;Matthew Mandeville.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (2007)
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