Stephan Kadauke, Ph.D.

2012 Cell and Molecular Biology University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics
"Stephan Kadauke"


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Gerd A. Blobel grad student 2012 Penn
 (Tissue-specific epigenetic bookmarking to preserve transcriptional programs through mitosis.)
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Hiemenz MC, Kadauke S, Lieberman DB, et al. (2016) Building a Robust Tumor Profiling Program: Synergy between Next-Generation Sequencing and Targeted Single-Gene Testing. Plos One. 11: e0152851
Stonestrom AJ, Hsu SC, Jahn KS, et al. (2015) Functions of BET proteins in erythroid gene expression. Blood. 125: 2825-34
Bledsoe KL, Stonestrom A, Kadauke S, et al. (2015) Abstract 486: BET protein inhibition by JQ1 blocks EWS-FLI1 activity in Ewing sarcoma Cancer Research. 75: 486-486
Kadauke S, Khor B, Van Cott EM. (2014) Activated protein C resistance testing for factor V Leiden. American Journal of Hematology. 89: 1147-50
Kadauke S, Blobel GA. (2013) Mitotic bookmarking by transcription factors. Epigenetics & Chromatin. 6: 6
Kadauke S, Picarelli A, Di Tola M, et al. (2013) Letter: Adnab-9 as a potential non-invasive biomarker for prediction of malignancy in coeliac disease. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics. 37: 761-2
Kadauke S, Blobel GA. (2012) "Remembering" tissue-specific transcription patterns through mitosis. Cell Cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 11: 3911-2
Kadauke S, Udugama MI, Pawlicki JM, et al. (2012) Tissue-specific mitotic bookmarking by hematopoietic transcription factor GATA1. Cell. 150: 725-37
Lamonica JM, Deng W, Kadauke S, et al. (2011) Bromodomain protein Brd3 associates with acetylated GATA1 to promote its chromatin occupancy at erythroid target genes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108: E159-68
Blobel GA, Kadauke S, Wang E, et al. (2009) A reconfigured pattern of MLL occupancy within mitotic chromatin promotes rapid transcriptional reactivation following mitotic exit. Molecular Cell. 36: 970-83
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