C. David Allis

University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
 Chemical Biology Rockefeller University, New York, NY, United States 
chromatin signaling via histone modifications - acetylation, methylation and phosphorylation
"C. David Allis"


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Michael Bharier research assistant 1973 University of Cincinnati (Chemistry Tree)
Anthony P. Mahowald grad student 1978 Indiana University (FlyTree)
Martin A. Gorovsky post-doc 1981 Rochester (Chemistry Tree)


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Tamara Ann Ranalli research assistant (Chemistry Tree)
Emmanuel Datan research assistant 2010-2010 Rockefeller (Chemistry Tree)
Craig Mizzen grad student (Chemistry Tree)
Jer-Yuan Hsu grad student 2002 UVA
Wang ( Cheung grad student 2003 UVA
Cynthia M. Barber grad student 2004 UVA
Sean D. Taverna grad student 2004 UVA
Simon Elsaesser grad student 2012 Rockefeller (Chemistry Tree)
Emily Bernstein post-doc Rockefeller (Chemistry Tree)
Sharon Dent post-doc Baylor (Chemistry Tree)
Jason C. Tanny post-doc Rockefeller
G Greg Wang post-doc Rockefeller (Cell Biology Tree)
Joanna Wysocka post-doc (Neurotree)
Zhuo ( Xiao post-doc Rockefeller (Cell Biology Tree)
Alexey A Soshnev post-doc 2013- Rockefeller (FlyTree)
Yadira Marie Soto-Feliciano post-doc 2016- Rockefeller (Microtree)
Brian D. Strahl post-doc 1998-2001 UVA (STSTree)
David M Shechter post-doc 2004-2009 Rockefeller (Chemistry Tree)
Alexander J. Ruthenburg post-doc 2006-2010 Rockefeller (Chemistry Tree)
Gang 'Greg' Wang post-doc 2007-2011 Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (FlyTree)
Peter W Lewis post-doc 2013 Rockefeller (Chemistry Tree)
Kyung-Min Noh post-doc 2008-2014 Rockerfeller University (Neurotree)
Ian Maze post-doc 2010-2014 Rockefeller (Neurotree)
Steven Z. Josefowicz post-doc 2017 Rockefeller (Microtree)
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Soshnev AA, Allis CD, Cesarman E, et al. (2021) Histone H1 mutations in lymphoma: a link(er) between chromatin organization, developmental reprogramming, and cancer. Cancer Research
Zhao S, Allis CD, Wang GG. (2021) The language of chromatin modification in human cancers. Nature Reviews. Cancer
Weinberg DN, Rosenbaum P, Chen X, et al. (2021) Two competing mechanisms of DNMT3A recruitment regulate the dynamics of de novo DNA methylation at PRC1-targeted CpG islands. Nature Genetics
Bagert JD, Mitchener MM, Patriotis AL, et al. (2021) Oncohistone mutations enhance chromatin remodeling and alter cell fates. Nature Chemical Biology
Rajagopalan KN, Chen X, Weinberg DN, et al. (2021) Depletion of H3K36me2 recapitulates epigenomic and phenotypic changes induced by the H3.3K36M oncohistone mutation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Slaughter MJ, Shanle EK, Khan A, et al. (2021) HDAC inhibition results in widespread alteration of the histone acetylation landscape and BRD4 targeting to gene bodies. Cell Reports. 34: 108638
Xu J, Zhao X, Mao F, et al. (2021) A Polycomb repressive complex is required for RNAi-mediated heterochromatin formation and dynamic distribution of nuclear bodies. Nucleic Acids Research
Hoffmann HH, Sánchez-Rivera FJ, Schneider WM, et al. (2020) Functional interrogation of a SARS-CoV-2 host protein interactome identifies unique and shared coronavirus host factors. Cell Host & Microbe
Yusufova N, Kloetgen A, Teater M, et al. (2020) Histone H1 loss drives lymphoma by disrupting 3D chromatin architecture. Nature
Jain SU, Khazaei S, Marchione DM, et al. (2020) Histone H3.3 G34 mutations promote aberrant PRC2 activity and drive tumor progression. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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