John T. Lis

Molecular Biology & Genetics Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
transcription and processing of mRNAs
"John T. Lis"
Guggenheim award winner John Lis did his graduate research on prokaryotic gene regulation with Robert Schleif at Brandeis University and received his Ph.D. in biochemistry in 1975. His postdoctoral work focused on Drosophila gene regulation and chromosome structure with David Hogness at Stanford University, supported by a fellowship from the Helen Hay Whitney Foundation.

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Mean distance: 5.38 (cluster 10)
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Robert F. Schleif grad student 1975 Brandeis
 (Genetic, physiological, and physical studies on the regulation of the L-arabinose operon of Escherichia coli)
David S. Hogness post-doc Stanford


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Leighton J. Core grad student Cornell (FlyTree)
David Gilmour grad student (FlyTree)
Bob Glaser grad student (FlyTree)
Michael J. Guertin grad student Cornell (FlyTree)
Jeff Simon grad student (FlyTree)
Paul B. Mason grad student 2000 Cornell (FlyTree)
Ernesto Guzman grad student 2001 Cornell (FlyTree)
Xiaochun Fan grad student 2004 Cornell (FlyTree)
Zhuoyu Ni grad student 2004 Cornell (FlyTree)
Jie Yao grad student 2006 Cornell
Abbie Saunders grad student 2007 Cornell (FlyTree)
Xiaoching Zhao grad student 2007 Cornell (FlyTree)
Aarti Sevilimedu V grad student 2002-2008 Cornell (PombeTree)
H. Hans Salamanca-Granados grad student 2009 Cornell (FlyTree)
Mohammad B. Mohseni Ardehali grad student 2010 Cornell (FlyTree)
Katie L. Zobeck grad student 2011 Cornell (FlyTree)
Nicholas J. Fuda grad student 2012 Cornell (FlyTree)
Hojoong Kwak grad student 2008-2013 Cornell (FlyTree)
Erik Andrulis post-doc 1998-2003 Cornell (Cell Biology Tree)
Christopher J. Fecko post-doc 2004-2007 Cornell
Martin S. Buckley post-doc 2008-2015 Cornell (FlyTree)
Eric J. Strobel post-doc 2018-2020 Cornell
Judhajeet Ray post-doc 2015-2021 Cornell
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Wang Z, Chivu AG, Choate LA, et al. (2022) Prediction of histone post-translational modification patterns based on nascent transcription data. Nature Genetics
Yao L, Liang J, Ozer A, et al. (2022) A comparison of experimental assays and analytical methods for genome-wide identification of active enhancers. Nature Biotechnology
Lozano R, Booth GT, Omar BY, et al. (2021) RNA polymerase mapping in plants identifies intergenic regulatory elements enriched in causal variants. G3 (Bethesda, Md.)
Vihervaara A, Mahat DB, Himanen SV, et al. (2021) Stress-induced transcriptional memory accelerates promoter-proximal pause release and decelerates termination over mitotic divisions. Molecular Cell. 81: 1715-1731.e6
Wang Y, Chong TH, Unarta IC, et al. (2021) EmPC-seq: Accurate RNA-sequencing and Bioinformatics Platform to Map RNA Polymerases and Remove Background Error. Bio-Protocol. 11: e3921
Luan J, Xiang G, Gómez-García PA, et al. (2021) Distinct properties and functions of CTCF revealed by a rapidly inducible degron system. Cell Reports. 34: 108783
Judd J, Duarte FM, Lis JT. (2020) Pioneer-like factor GAF cooperates with PBAP (SWI/SNF) and NURF (ISWI) to regulate transcription. Genes & Development
Tippens ND, Liang J, Leung AK, et al. (2020) Transcription imparts architecture, function and logic to enhancer units. Nature Genetics
Ray J, Kruse A, Ozer A, et al. (2020) RNA aptamer capture of macromolecular complexes for mass spectrometry analysis. Nucleic Acids Research
Wan YCE, Liu J, Zhu L, et al. (2020) The H2BG53D oncohistone directly upregulates ANXA3 transcription and enhances cell migration in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma. Signal Transduction and Targeted Therapy. 5: 106
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