massively parallel functional genomics (selected publications)

 

 


Gasperini et al. A Genome-wide Framework for Mapping Gene Regulation via Cellular Genetic Screens. Cell (2019)
PMID: 30612741
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Findlay et al. Accurate classification of BRCA1 variants with saturation genome editing. Nature (2018)
PMID: 30209399
(with Starita Lab)
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Starita et al. A Multiplex Homology-Directed DNA Repair Assay Reveals the Impact of More Than 1,000 BRCA1 Missense Substitution Variants on Protein Function. AJHG (2018)
PMID: 30219179
(with Parvin Lab)
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Hill, McFaline-Figueroa et al. On the design of CRISPR-based single-cell molecular screens. Nature Methods (2018)
PMID: 29457792
(with Trapnell Lab)
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Gasperini, Findlay et al. CRISPR/Cas9-Mediated Scanning for Regulatory Elements Required for HPRT1 Expression via Thousands of Large, Programmed Genomic Deletions. AJHG (2017)
PMID: 28712454
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Inoue, Kircher et al. A systematic comparison reveals substantial differences in chromosomal versus episomal encoding of enhancer activity. Genome Research (2017)
PMID: 27831498
(with Ahituv Lab)
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Gasperini et al. The power of multiplexed functional analysis of genetic variants. Nature Protocols (2016)
PMID: 27583640
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Starita et al. Massively Parallel Functional Analysis of BRCA1 RING Domain Variants. Genetics (2015)
PMID: 25823446
(with Fields Lab)
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Findlay, Boyle et al. Saturation editing of genomic regions by multiplex homology-directed repair. Nature (2014)
PMID: 25141179
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Smith, Taher L et al. Massively parallel decoding of mammalian regulatory sequences supports a flexible organizational model. Nature Genetics (2013)
PMID: 23892608
(with Ahituv, Ovcharenko Labs)
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Patwardhan et al. High-resolution analysis of DNA regulatory elements by synthetic saturation mutagenesis. Nature Biotechnology (2009)
PMID: 19915551
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