Rudolf Jaenisch

Affiliations: 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Mouse development
Website:
http://www.wi.mit.edu/research/faculty/jaenisch.html
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http://www.pnas.org/content/101/39/13982.full

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Chuanyun Xu research assistant 2016-2017 MIT (Neurotree)
Alexander Marson grad student (Chemistry Tree)
Anne Vassalli grad student MIT (Neurotree)
Kevin C. Eggan grad student 1998-2002 MIT (Neurotree)
Michael A Lodato grad student 2007-2013 MIT (Neurotree)
Laurie A. Boyer post-doc Whitehead Institute (MIT) (Chemistry Tree)
Guoping Fan post-doc MIT (Neurotree)
Dirk Hockemeyer post-doc
Laurie Jackson-Grusby post-doc Whitehead Institute (Neurotree)
Vikram Khurana post-doc Whitehead Institute (Neurotree)
Jordan Kreidberg post-doc Whitehead Institute (MIT) (DevTree)
Barbara Panning post-doc
Kathrin Plath post-doc MIT
Fangfei Qin post-doc MIT (Chemistry Tree)
Marius Wernig post-doc MIT
Antonius J.M. Berns post-doc 1976 Salk Institute (Chemistry Tree)
Philippe Soriano post-doc 1984-1987 University of Hamburg; Whitehead Institute (MIT)
Jerold Chun post-doc 1988-1991 MIT (Neurotree)
Reinhard Fässler post-doc 1988-1992 Whitehead Institute (MIT)
Paul Soloway post-doc 1990-1994 (Neurotree)
Jeannie T. Lee post-doc 1995 Whitehead Institute (MIT) (Chemistry Tree)
Peter W. Laird post-doc 1991-1996 Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research (MIT)
Volker H. Haase post-doc 1996-2001 MIT
Yun Li post-doc 2009-2017 MIT (Neurotree)
Julien Muffat post-doc 2009-2017 Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research (Neurotree)
X Shawn Liu post-doc 2014-2019 MIT (Neurotree)
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Lasry R, Maoz N, Cheng AW, et al. (2023) Complex haploinsufficiency in pluripotent cells yields somatic cells with DNA methylation abnormalities and pluripotency induction defects. Stem Cell Reports
Qian J, Guan X, Xie B, et al. (2023) Multiplex epigenome editing of to rescue Rett syndrome neurons. Science Translational Medicine. 15: eadd4666
Dall'Agnese A, Platt JM, Zheng MM, et al. (2022) The dynamic clustering of insulin receptor underlies its signaling and is disrupted in insulin resistance. Nature Communications. 13: 7522
Ma H, Zwaan E, Guo YE, et al. (2022) The nuclear receptor THRB facilitates differentiation of human PSCs into more mature hepatocytes. Cell Stem Cell. 29: 1611
Ma H, de Zwaan E, Guo YE, et al. (2022) The nuclear receptor THRB facilitates differentiation of human PSCs into more mature hepatocytes. Cell Stem Cell
Zhang L, Richards A, Barrasa MI, et al. (2021) Reply to Briggs et al.: Genomic integration and expression of SARS-CoV-2 sequences can explain prolonged or recurrent viral RNA detection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Huang X, Park KM, Gontarz P, et al. (2021) OCT4 cooperates with distinct ATP-dependent chromatin remodelers in naïve and primed pluripotent states in human. Nature Communications. 12: 5123
Zhang L, Richards A, Barrasa MI, et al. (2021) Response to Parry et al.: Strong evidence for genomic integration of SARS-CoV-2 sequences and expression in patient tissues. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Zhang L, Richards A, Barrasa MI, et al. (2021) Reverse-transcribed SARS-CoV-2 RNA can integrate into the genome of cultured human cells and can be expressed in patient-derived tissues. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Trapecar M, Wogram E, Svoboda D, et al. (2021) Human physiomimetic model integrating microphysiological systems of the gut, liver, and brain for studies of neurodegenerative diseases. Science Advances. 7
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