PUBLICATIONS

Bheda, P. Kirmizis, A. Schneider, R. The past determines the future: sugar source history and transcriptional memory. Curr Genet. doi: 10.1007/s00294-020-01094-8. (2020) 

Demetriadou, C. Koufaris, C. Kirmizis, A. Histone N-alpha terminal modifications: genome regulation at the tip of the tail. Epigenetics Chromatin. 13(1):29 (2020)

Kyriakou, D. Constantinou, M. Kirmizis, A. Synthetic dosage lethal (SDL) interaction data of Hmt1 arginine methyltransferase. Data Brief. 31:105885 (2020).

Bheda P, Aguilar-Gómez D, Becker NB, Becker J, Stavrou E, Kukhtevich I, Höfer T, Maerkl S, Charvin G, Marr C, Kirmizis A, Schneider R. Single-Cell Tracing Dissects Regulation of Maintenance and Inheritance of Transcriptional Reinduction Memory. Mol Cell. 78(5):915-925.e7 (2020) 

Demetriadou, C. et al. NAA40 contributes to colorectal cancer growth by controlling PRMT5 expression. Cell Death Disease, 10(3):236 (2019).

Molina-Serrano, D., Kyriakou, D., Kirmizis, A. Histone modifications as an intersection between diet and longevity. Frontiers in Genetics, 10:192 (2019).

Demetriadou, C & Kirmizis, A. Histone Acetyltransferases in Cancer: Guardians or Hazards? Critical Reviews in Oncogenesis 22:195-218 (2017)

Molina-Serrano, D & Kirmizis, A. Calorie restriction breaks an epigenetic barrier to longevity. Cell Cycle 20:1-2 (2017).

Molina-Serrano, D. et al.Cross-talk among epigenetic modifications: lessons from histone arginine methylation. Biochem Soc Trans 41(3):751-759 (2013).

Kirmizis, A. et al. Distinct transcriptional outputs associated with mono- and dimethylated histone H3 arginine 2. Nature Struct Mol Biol 16, 449-451 (2009).

Santos-Rosa, H., Kirmizis, A. et al. Histone H3 tail clipping regulates gene expression. Nature Struct Mol Biol 16, 17-22 (2009).

Kirmizis, A. and Farnham, P.J. Genomic approaches that aid in the identification of transcription factor target genes. Exp Biol Med 229,705-721 (2004).

Kirmizis, A. et al. Silencing of human polycomb target genes is associated with methylation of histone H3 Lys 27. Genes & Development 18, 1592-1605 (2004).

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