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  1. Global role for coactivator complexes in RNA polymerase II transcription
  2. Coactivators and general transcription factors have two distinct dynamic populations dependent on transcription
  3. TAF10 Interacts with the GATA1 Transcription Factor and Controls Mouse Erythropoiesis
  4. Mof-associated complexes have overlapping and unique roles in regulating pluripotency in embryonic stem cells and during differentiation
  5. Histone H2B ubiquitination: signaling not scrapping
  6. Chromatin and DNA sequences in defining promoters for transcription initiation
  7. Interpreting and Visualizing ChIP-seq Data with the seqMINER Software
  8. Glucagon regulates gluconeogenesis through KAT2B- and WDR5-mediated epigenetic effects
  9. A Dual Role for SAGA-Associated Factor 29 (SGF29) in ER Stress Survival by Coordination of Both Histone H3 Acetylation and Histone H3 Lysine-4 Trimethylation
  10. Transcription-replication encounters, consequences and genomic instability
  11. The architecture of human general transcription factor TFIID core complex
  12. How to stop
  13. H3K9 and H3K14 acetylation co-occur at many gene regulatory elements, while H3K14ac marks a subset of inactive inducible promoters in mouse embryonic stem cells
  14. RNA Polymerase II Pausing Downstream of Core Histone Genes Is Different from Genes Producing Polyadenylated Transcripts
  15. Collisions between Replication and Transcription Complexes Cause Common Fragile Site Instability at the Longest Human Genes
  16. SAGA and ATAC Histone Acetyl Transferase Complexes Regulate Distinct Sets of Genes and ATAC Defines a Class of p300-Independent Enhancers
  17. Lessons from genome-wide studies: an integrated definition of the coactivator function of histone acetyl transferases
  18. Developmental regulation of transcription initiation: more than just changing the actors
  19. Heterochromatin formation in the mouse embryo requires critical residues of the histone variant H3.3
  20. The structural plasticity of SCA7 domains defines their differential nucleosome-binding properties
  21. The ATAC acetyl transferase complex controls mitotic progression by targeting non-histone substrates
  22. The TATA box regulates TATA-binding protein (TBP) dynamics in vivo
  23. ATAC and Mediator coactivators form a stable complex and regulate a set of non-coding RNA genes
  24. The spectacular landscape of chromatin and ncRNAs under the Tico sunlight
  25. TAF6δ orchestrates an apoptotic transcriptome profile and interacts functionally with p53
  26. The metazoan ATAC and SAGA coactivator HAT complexes regulate different sets of inducible target genes
  27. Gcn5 and SAGA Regulate Shelterin Protein Turnover and Telomere Maintenance
  28. Keys to Open Chromatin for Transcription Activation: FACT and Asf1
  29. PRMT1 mediated methylation of TAF15 is required for its positive gene regulatory function
  30. Human U1 snRNA forms a new chromatin-associated snRNP with TAF15
  31. TBP2 is a general transcription factor specialized for female germ cells
  32. GPAT: Retrieval of genomic annotation from large genomic position datasets
  33. Zinc-finger UBPs: regulators of deubiquitylation
  34. Dominant and Redundant Functions of TFIID Involved in the Regulation of Hepatic Genes
  35. A TFTC/STAGA Module Mediates Histone H2A and H2B Deubiquitination, Coactivates Nuclear Receptors, and Counteracts Heterochromatin Silencing
  36. TATA binding protein associated factor 3 (TAF3) interacts with p53 and inhibits its function
  37. The Drosophila NURF remodelling and the ATAC histone acetylase complexes functionally interact and are required for global chromosome organization
  38. SAGA and a novel Drosophila export complex anchor efficient transcription and mRNA export to NPC
  39. TBP homologues in embryo transcription: who does what?
  40. Identification of a Small TAF Complex and Its Role in the Assembly of TAF-Containing Complexes
  41. The Proteasome Restricts Permissive Transcription at Tissue-Specific Gene Loci in Embryonic Stem Cells
  42. Rôle d’une désorganisation de la chromatine dans la neurodégénérescence due à une expansion de polyglutamine dans l’ataxine-7
  43. The role of enhancers as centres for general transcription factor recruitment
  44. TAF10 is required for the establishment of skin barrier function in foetal, but not in adult mouse epidermis
  45. SAGA unveiled
  46. Gene-Specific Modulation of TAF10 Function by SET9-Mediated Methylation
  47. TBP2, a Vertebrate-Specific Member of the TBP Family, Is Required in Embryonic Development of Zebrafish
  48. Mapping key functional sites within yeast TFIID
  49. The multicoloured world of promoter recognition complexes
  50. Novel subunits of the TATA binding protein free TAFII‐containing transcription complex identified by matrix‐assisted laser desorption/ionization‐time of flight mass spectrometry following one‐dimensional gel electrophoresis
  51. Identification of hTAFII80δ Links Apoptotic Signaling Pathways to Transcription Factor TFIID Function
  52. TBP is not universally required for zygotic RNA polymerase II transcription in zebrafish
  53. TBP-like Factor Is Required for Embryonic RNA Polymerase II Transcription in C. elegans
  54. The N-terminal domain of human TAFII68 displays transactivation and oncogenic properties
  55. The TBP-like factor: an alternative transcription factor in Metazoa?
  56. Differential distribution of the normal and mutated forms of huntingtin in the human brain
  57. Localization of the Gene (TAF2D) Encoding the 100-kDa Subunit (hTAFII100) of the Human TFIID Complex to Chromosome 10 Band q24–q25.2
  58. Polyglutamine expansion as a pathological epitope in Huntington's disease and four dominant cerebellar ataxias
  59. Organization and Chromosomal Localization of the Gene (TAF2H) Encoding the Human TBP-Associated Factor II 30 (TAFII30)
  60. Human TAFII30 is present in a distinct TFIID complex and is required for transcriptional activation by the estrogen receptor
  61. Estrogen receptor binds to the salmon GnRH gene in a region with long palindromic sequences
  62. A TBP-containing multiprotein complex (TIF-IB) mediates transcription specificity of murine RNA polymerase I
  63. Sequence-specific transactivators counteract topoisomerase II-mediated inhibition of in vitro transcription by RNA polymerases I and II
  64. Different TBP-associated factors are required for mediating the stimulation of transcription in vitro by the acidic transactivator GAL-VP16 and the two nonacidic activation functions of the estrogen receptor
  65. A far upstream estrogen response element of the ovalbumin gene contains several half-palindromic 5′-TGACC-3′ motifs acting synergistically
  66. Distinct classes of transcriptional activating domains function by different mechanisms
  67. The N-terminal region of the chicken progesterone receptor specifies target gene activation
  68. Characterization of the L1NH repeat family of Novikoff hepatoma
  69. Supercoil induced S1 hypersensitive sites in the rat and human ribosomal RNA genes