Wei Xie, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2013- School of Life Sciences Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Beijing, Beijing Shi, China 
Area:
Chromosomal Structures and Gene Activity in Early Animal Development
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Michael Grunstein grad student 2003 UCLA
 (Histone H3 lysine 56: From yeast to humans.)
Bing Ren post-doc 2009-2013 Tsinghua University (Chemistry Tree)
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Li L, Lai F, Liu L, et al. (2024) Lineage regulators TFAP2C and NR5A2 function as bipotency activators in totipotent embryos. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology
Huang X, Balmer S, Lyu C, et al. (2024) ZFP281 controls transcriptional and epigenetic changes promoting mouse pluripotent state transitions via DNMT3 and TET1. Developmental Cell
Qin D, Gu Y, Zhang Y, et al. (2023) Phase-separated CCER1 coordinates the histone-to-protamine transition and male fertility. Nature Communications. 14: 8209
Lai F, Li L, Hu X, et al. (2023) NR5A2 connects zygotic genome activation to the first lineage segregation in totipotent embryos. Cell Research
Ji S, Chen F, Stein P, et al. (2023) OBOX regulates murine zygotic genome activation and early development. Nature
Sun Y, Xu X, Zhao W, et al. (2023) RAD21 is the core subunit of the cohesin complex involved in directing genome organization. Genome Biology. 24: 155
Wu X, Wu X, Xie W. (2023) Activation, decommissioning, and dememorization: enhancers in a life cycle. Trends in Biochemical Sciences
Huang X, Balmer S, Lyu C, et al. (2023) ZFP281 coordinates DNMT3 and TET1 for transcriptional and epigenetic control in pluripotent state transitions. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Xu M, Li X, Xie W, et al. (2023) ETHYLENE INSENSITIVE3/EIN3-LIKE1 modulate FLOWERING LOCUS C expression via histone demethylase interaction. Plant Physiology
Liu Y, Xu Z, Shi J, et al. (2022) DNA methyltransferases are complementary in maintaining DNA methylation in embryonic stem cells. Iscience. 25: 105003
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