Robi D. Mitra

Biology & Biomedical Sciences (Computational Biology) Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, General
"Robi Mitra"
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Lalli M, Yen A, Thopte U, et al. (2022) Measuring transcription factor binding and gene expression using barcoded self-reporting transposon calling cards and transcriptomes. Nar Genomics and Bioinformatics. 4: lqac061
Moudgil A, Li D, Hsu S, et al. (2020) The qBED track: a novel genome browser visualization for point processes. Bioinformatics (Oxford, England)
Lalli MA, Avey D, Dougherty JD, et al. (2020) High-throughput single-cell functional elucidation of neurodevelopmental disease-associated genes reveals convergent mechanisms altering neuronal differentiation. Genome Research
Chen D, Cremona MA, Qi Z, et al. (2020) Human L1 Transposition Dynamics Unraveled with Functional Data Analysis. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Moudgil A, Wilkinson MN, Chen X, et al. (2020) Self-Reporting Transposons Enable Simultaneous Readout of Gene Expression and Transcription Factor Binding in Single Cells. Cell
Cammack AJ, Moudgil A, Chen J, et al. (2020) A viral toolkit for recording transcription factor-DNA interactions in live mouse tissues. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Liu J, Shively CA, Mitra RD. (2020) Quantitative analysis of transcription factor binding and expression using calling cards reporter arrays. Nucleic Acids Research
Kang Y, Patel NR, Shively C, et al. (2020) Dual threshold optimization and network inference reveal convergent evidence from TF binding locations and TF perturbation responses. Genome Research
Kfoury-Beaumont N, Qi Z, Wilkinson M, et al. (2020) Abstract 3658: Brd4-bound enhancers drive critical sex differences in glioblastoma Cancer Research. 80: 3658-3658
Shively CA, Liu J, Chen X, et al. (2019) Homotypic cooperativity and collective binding are determinants of bHLH specificity and function. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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