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2015
In vivo genome editing using Staphylococcus aureus Cas9.Ran, FA, Cong L., Yan WX, Scott DA, Gootenberg JS, Kriz AJ, Zetsche B., Shalem O., Wu X., Makarova KS, Koonin EV, Sharp PA, and Zhang F. Nature, 2015/04/09, Volume 520, Issue 7546, p.186-91, (2015) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Characterization of large structural genetic mosaicism in human autosomes.Machiela, MJ, Zhou W., Sampson JN, Dean MC, Jacobs KB, Black A., Brinton LA, Chang IS, Chen C., Chen C., Chen K., Cook LS, Crous Bou M., De Vivo I., Doherty J., Friedenreich CM, Gaudet MM, Haiman CA, Hankinson SE, Hartge P., et al. American journal of human genetics, 2015/03/05, Volume 96, Issue 3, p.487-97, (2015) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Morphological Profiles of RNAi-Induced Gene Knockdown Are Highly Reproducible but Dominated by Seed Effects.Singh, S., Wu X., Ljosa V., Bray MA, Piccioni F., Root DE, Doench JG, Boehm JS, and Carpenter AE PloS one, 2015/01/01, Volume 10, Issue 7, p.e0131370, (2015) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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2014
Building the Connectivity Map of epigenetics: Chromatin profiling by quantitative targeted mass spectrometry.Creech, AL, Taylor JE, Maier VK, Wu X., Feeney CM, Udeshi ND, Peach SE, Boehm JS, Lee JT, Carr SA, and Jaffe JD Methods (San Diego, Calif.), 2014/11/06, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Genome-wide Scan of 29,141 African Americans Finds No Evidence of Directional Selection since Admixture.Bhatia, G., Tandon A., Patterson N., Aldrich MC, Ambrosone CB, Amos C., Bandera EV, Berndt SI, Bernstein L., Blot WJ, Bock CH, Caporaso N., Casey G., Deming SL, Diver WR, Gapstur SM, Gillanders EM, Harris CC, Henderson BE, Ingles SA, et al. American journal of human genetics, 2014/09/17, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Imputation and subset based association analysis across different cancer types identifies multiple independent risk loci in the TERT-CLPTM1L region on chromosome 5p15.33.Wang, Z., Zhu B., Zhang M., Parikh H., Jia J., Chung CC, Sampson JN, Hoskins JW, Hutchinson A., Burdette L., Ibrahim A., Hautman C., Raj PS, Abnet CC, Adjei AA, Ahlbom A., Albanes D., Allen NE, Ambrosone CB, Aldrich M., et al. Human molecular genetics, 2014/07/15, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Global microRNA depletion suppresses tumor angiogenesis.Chen, S., Xue Y., Wu X., Le C., Bhutkar A., Bell EL, Zhang F., Langer R., and Sharp PA Genes & development, 2014/05/15, Volume 28, Issue 10, p.1054-67, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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A Genome-Wide Association Study Identifies Variants in Casein Kinase II (CSNK2A2) to be Associated with Leukocyte Telomere Length in a Punjabi Sikh Diabetic Cohort.Saxena, R., Bjonnes A., Prescott J., Dib P., Natt P., Lane J., Lerner M., Cooper JA, Ye Y., Li KW, Maubaret CG, Codd V., Brackett D., Mirabello L., Kraft P., Dinney CP, Stowell D., Peyton M., Ralhan S., Wander GS, et al. Circulation. Cardiovascular genetics, 2014/05/03, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Genome-wide binding of the CRISPR endonuclease Cas9 in mammalian cells.Wu, X., Scott DA, Kriz AJ, Chiu AC, Hsu PD, Dadon DB, Cheng AW, Trevino AE, Konermann S., Chen S., Jaenisch R., Zhang F., and Sharp PA Nature biotechnology, 2014/04/20, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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2013
DNA targeting specificity of RNA-guided Cas9 nucleases.Hsu, PD, Scott DA, Weinstein JA, Ran FA, Konermann S., Agarwala V., Li Y., Fine EJ, Wu X., Shalem O., Cradick TJ, Marraffini LA, Bao G., and Zhang F. Nature biotechnology, 2013/07/21, (2013) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Multiplex Genome Engineering Using CRISPR/Cas Systems.Cong, L., Ran FA, Cox D., Lin S., Barretto R., Habib N., Hsu PD, Wu X., Jiang W., Marraffini LA, and Zhang F. Science (New York, N.Y.), 2013/01/03, (2013) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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2011
SMAD4-dependent barrier constrains prostate cancer growth and metastatic progression.Ding, Z., Wu CJ, Chu GC, Xiao Y., Ho D., Zhang J., Perry SR, Labrot ES, Wu X., Lis R., Hoshida Y., Hiller D., Hu B., Jiang S., Zheng H., Stegh AH, Scott KL, Signoretti S., Bardeesy N., Wang YA, et al. Nature, 2011/02/10, Volume 470, Issue 7333, p.269-73, (2011) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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