Joseph C. Reese
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A subset of TAFIIs are integral components of the SAGA complex required for nucleosome acetylation and transcriptional stimulation
PA Grant, D Schieltz, MG Pray-Grant, DJ Steger, JC Reese, JR Yates, ...
Cell 94 (1), 45-53, 1998
Transcription activation in cells lacking TAFIIs
SS Walker, JC Reese, LM Apone, MR Green
Nature 383 (6596), 185-188, 1996
Yeast TAF IIS in a multisubunit complex required for activated transcription
JC Reese, L Apone, SS Walker, LA Griffin, MR Green
Nature 371 (6497), 523-527, 1994
Ccr4-Not complex: the control freak of eukaryotic cells
JE Miller, JC Reese
Critical reviews in biochemistry and molecular biology 47 (4), 315-333, 2012
Yeast TAF (II) 90 is required for cell-cycle progression through G2/M but not for general transcription activation.
LM Apone, CM Virbasius, JC Reese, MR Green
Genes & development 10 (18), 2368-2380, 1996
The multifunctional Ccr4–Not complex directly promotes transcription elongation
JA Kruk, A Dutta, J Fu, DS Gilmour, JC Reese
Genes & development 25 (6), 581-593, 2011
Yeast TAFII145 required for transcription of G1/S cyclin genes and regulated by the cellular growth state
SS Walker, WC Shen, JC Reese, LM Apone, MR Green
Cell 90 (4), 607-614, 1997
Promoter targeting of chromatin-modifying complexes
AH Hassan, KE Neely, M Vignali, JC Reese, JL Workman
Front Biosci 6, D1054-D1064, 2001
Examination of the DNA-binding ability of estrogen receptor in whole cells: implications for hormone-independent transactivation and the actions of antiestrogens
JC Reese, BS Katzenellenbogen
Molecular and cellular biology, 1992
Differential DNA-binding abilites of estrogen receptor occupied with two classes of antiestrogens: Studies using human estrogen receptor overexpressed in mammalian cells
JC Reese, BS Katzenellenbogen
Nucleic acids research 19 (23), 6595-6602, 1991
Basal transcription factors
JC Reese
Current opinion in genetics & development 13 (2), 114-118, 2003
Mutagenesis of cysteines in the hormone binding domain of the human estrogen receptor. Alterations in binding and transcriptional activation by covalently and reversibly …
JC Reese, BS Katzenellenbogen
Journal of Biological Chemistry 266 (17), 10880-10887, 1991
Histone deacetylases RPD3 and HOS2 regulate the transcriptional activation of DNA damage-inducible genes
VM Sharma, RS Tomar, AE Dempsey, JC Reese
Molecular and cellular biology 27 (8), 3199-3210, 2007
Redundant mechanisms are used by Ssn6-Tup1 in repressing chromosomal gene transcription in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Z Zhang, JC Reese
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (38), 39240-39250, 2004
SWI/SNF-dependent chromatin remodeling of RNR3 requires TAFIIs and the general transcription machinery
VM Sharma, B Li, JC Reese
Genes & development 17 (4), 502-515, 2003
Ssn6-Tup1 regulates RNR3 by positioning nucleosomes and affecting the chromatin structure at the upstream repression sequence
B Li, JC Reese
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276 (36), 33788-33797, 2001
Ssn6–Tup1 requires the ISW2 complex to position nucleosomes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Z Zhang, JC Reese
The EMBO journal 23 (11), 2246-2257, 2004
Identification of charged residues in an N-terminal portion of the hormone-binding domain of the human estrogen receptor important in transcriptional activity of the receptor.
F Pakdel, JC Reese, BS Katzenellenbogen
Molecular Endocrinology 7 (11), 1408-1417, 1993
The MYST family histone acetyltransferase regulates gene expression and cell cycle in malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum
J Miao, Q Fan, L Cui, X Li, H Wang, G Ning, JC Reese, L Cui
Molecular microbiology 78 (4), 883-902, 2010
Functional antagonism between RNA polymerase II holoenzyme and global negative regulator NC2  in vivo
EL Gadbois, DM Chao, JC Reese, MR Green, RA Young
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (7), 3145-3150, 1997
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