Gregory E Crawford

Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Duke University, Durham, NC 
"Gregory Crawford"


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Jeffrey Chamberlain grad student (Cell & Gene Therapy Tree)
Francis Sellers Collins post-doc (Microtree)


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Alan P Boyle grad student 2005-2010 Duke
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Luo K, Zhong J, Safi A, et al. (2022) Profiling the quantitative occupancy of myriad transcription factors across conditions by modeling chromatin accessibility data. Genome Research
Kadur Lakshminarasimha Murthy P, Xi R, Arguijo D, et al. (2022) Epigenetic basis of oncogenic-Kras-mediated epithelial-cellular proliferation and plasticity. Developmental Cell. 57: 310-328.e9
Liang D, Elwell AL, Aygün N, et al. (2021) Cell-type-specific effects of genetic variation on chromatin accessibility during human neuronal differentiation. Nature Neuroscience
Tung KL, Chen KY, Negrete M, et al. (2021) Integrated chromatin and transcriptomic profiling of patient-derived colon cancer organoids identifies personalized drug targets to overcome oxaliplatin resistance. Genes & Diseases. 8: 203-214
Sakabe NJ, Aneas I, Knoblauch N, et al. (2020) Transcriptome and regulatory maps of decidua-derived stromal cells inform gene discovery in preterm birth. Science Advances. 6
Thompson JD, Ou J, Lee N, et al. (2020) Identification and requirements of enhancers that direct gene expression during zebrafish fin regeneration. Development (Cambridge, England)
Keele GR, Quach BC, Israel JW, et al. (2020) Integrative QTL analysis of gene expression and chromatin accessibility identifies multi-tissue patterns of genetic regulation. Plos Genetics. 16: e1008537
Edsall LE, Berrio A, Majoros WH, et al. (2019) Evaluating chromatin accessibility differences across multiple primate species using a joint modelling approach. Genome Biology and Evolution
Swain-Lenz D, Berrio A, Safi A, et al. (2019) Comparative analyses of chromatin landscape in white adipose tissue suggest humans may have less beigeing potential than other primates. Genome Biology and Evolution
Cannon ME, Currin KW, Young KL, et al. (2019) Open Chromatin Profiling in Adipose Tissue Marks Genomic Regions with Functional Roles in Cardiometabolic Traits. G3 (Bethesda, Md.)
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