Elzo de Wit

Gene Regulation Netherlands Cancer Institute 
"Elzo de Wit"

E. de Wit at the Album Academicum of the University of Amsterdam

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Maarten M.S. van Lohuizen grad student 2007 Amsterdam
 (Computational analyses of genome-wide chromatin profiles in Drosophila melanogaster)
Bas van Steensel grad student 2003-2007 Netherlands Cancer Institute
Wouter de Laat post-doc 2007-2015 Hubrecht Institute (DevTree)
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van Ruiten MS, van Gent D, Sedeño Cacciatore Á, et al. (2022) The cohesin acetylation cycle controls chromatin loop length through a PDS5A brake mechanism. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology. 29: 586-591
Haarhuis JHI, van der Weide RH, Blomen VA, et al. (2022) A Mediator-cohesin axis controls heterochromatin domain formation. Nature Communications. 13: 754
Manjón AG, Linder S, Teunissen H, et al. (2021) Unexpected gene activation following CRISPR-Cas9-mediated genome editing. Embo Reports. e53902
van der Weide RH, van den Brand T, Haarhuis JHI, et al. (2021) Hi-C analyses with GENOVA: a case study with cohesin variants. Nar Genomics and Bioinformatics. 3: lqab040
Liu NQ, Maresca M, van den Brand T, et al. (2020) WAPL maintains a cohesin loading cycle to preserve cell-type-specific distal gene regulation. Nature Genetics
Li Y, Haarhuis JHI, Cacciatore ÁS, et al. (2020) The structural basis for cohesin-CTCF-anchored loops. Nature
de Wit E. (2020) TADs as the Caller Calls Them. Journal of Molecular Biology. 432: 638-642
de Wit E. (2019) Gene Regulation Knows Its Boundaries. Trends in Genetics : Tig. 35: 883-885
Kaaij LJT, Mohn F, van der Weide RH, et al. (2019) The ChAHP Complex Counteracts Chromatin Looping at CTCF Sites that Emerged from SINE Expansions in Mouse. Cell. 178: 1437-1451.e14
van Bemmel JG, Galupa R, Gard C, et al. (2019) The bipartite TAD organization of the X-inactivation center ensures opposing developmental regulation of Tsix and Xist. Nature Genetics. 51: 1024-1034
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