Robert P. Zinzen, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
BIMSB Max Delbrueck Centre (MDC) 
Area:
Development, transcriptional regulation, epigenetics
Website:
https://www.mdc-berlin.de/40467197/en/research/research_teams/systems_biology_of_neural_tissue_differentiation
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Glahs A, Zinzen RP. (2016) Putting chromatin in its place: The pioneer factor NeuroD1 modulates chromatin state to drive cell fate decisions Embo Journal. 35: 1-3
Tattikota SG, Rathjen T, Hausser J, et al. (2015) miR-184 Regulates Pancreatic β-Cell Function According to Glucose Metabolism. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 290: 20284-94
Rembold M, Ciglar L, Yáñez-Cuna JO, et al. (2014) A conserved role for Snail as a potentiator of active transcription. Genes & Development. 28: 167-81
Bonn S, Zinzen RP, Perez-Gonzalez A, et al. (2012) Cell type-specific chromatin immunoprecipitation from multicellular complex samples using BiTS-ChIP. Nature Protocols. 7: 978-94
Bonn S, Zinzen RP, Girardot C, et al. (2012) Tissue-specific analysis of chromatin state identifies temporal signatures of enhancer activity during embryonic development. Nature Genetics. 44: 148-56
Zinzen RP, Girardot C, Gagneur J, et al. (2009) Combinatorial binding predicts spatio-temporal cis-regulatory activity. Nature. 462: 65-70
Zinzen RP, Furlong EE. (2008) Divergence in cis-regulatory networks: taking the 'species' out of cross-species analysis. Genome Biology. 9: 240
Goltsev Y, Fuse N, Frasch M, et al. (2007) Evolution of the dorsal-ventral patterning network in the mosquito, Anopheles gambiae. Development (Cambridge, England). 134: 2415-24
Zinzen RP, Papatsenko D. (2007) Enhancer responses to similarly distributed antagonistic gradients in development. Plos Computational Biology. 3: e84
Zeitlinger J, Zinzen RP, Stark A, et al. (2007) Whole-genome ChIP-chip analysis of Dorsal, Twist, and Snail suggests integration of diverse patterning processes in the Drosophila embryo. Genes & Development. 21: 385-90
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