David P. Bartel, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Biology Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
"RNA World", regulation of gene expression by small RNAs found in animal and plant cells
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https://biology.mit.edu/people/david_bartel
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http://www.nasonline.org/member-directory/members/20024805.html
http://bartellab.wi.mit.edu/home.html
http://www.hhmi.org/research/investigators/bartel_bio.html

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Parents

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Jack W. Szostak grad student 1993 Harvard
 (RNA recognition and catalysis : I. New ribozymes from random sequences ; II. The HIV rev-RRE interaction)

Children

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Margy E. Glasner grad student
Xuebing Wu grad student 2014-pres MIT (Computational Biology Tree)
Nicholas H. Bergman grad student 1995-2001 MIT
Christine Mayr post-doc MIT
Thomas Tuschl post-doc MIT
Phillip D. Zamore post-doc MIT (FlyTree)
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Chen GR, Sive H, Bartel DP. (2017) A Seed Mismatch Enhances Argonaute2-Catalyzed Cleavage and Partially Rescues Severely Impaired Cleavage Found in Fish. Molecular Cell. 68: 1095-1107.e5
Rissland OS, Subtelny AO, Wang M, et al. (2017) The influence of microRNAs and poly(A) tail length on endogenous mRNA-protein complexes. Genome Biology. 18: 211
Wu X, Bartel DP. (2017) Widespread Influence of 3'-End Structures on Mammalian mRNA Processing and Stability. Cell. 169: 905-917.e11
Wu X, Bartel DP. (2017) kpLogo: positional k-mer analysis reveals hidden specificity in biological sequences. Nucleic Acids Research
Khurana V, Peng J, Chung CY, et al. (2017) Genome-Scale Networks Link Neurodegenerative Disease Genes to α-Synuclein through Specific Molecular Pathways. Cell Systems
Eichhorn SW, Subtelny AO, Kronja I, et al. (2016) mRNA Poly(A)-tail Changes Specified by Deadenylation Broadly Reshape Translation in Drosophila Oocytes and Early Embryos. Elife. 5
Weinberg DE, Shah P, Eichhorn SW, et al. (2016) Improved Ribosome-Footprint and mRNA Measurements Provide Insights into Dynamics and Regulation of Yeast Translation. Cell Reports
Fang W, Bartel DP. (2015) The Menu of Features that Define Primary MicroRNAs and Enable De Novo Design of MicroRNA Genes. Molecular Cell. 60: 131-45
Wong SF, Agarwal V, Mansfield JH, et al. (2015) Independent regulation of vertebral number and vertebral identity by microRNA-196 paralogs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: E4884-93
Agarwal V, Bell GW, Nam JW, et al. (2015) Predicting effective microRNA target sites in mammalian mRNAs. Elife. 4
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