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Polycomb subunits Ezh1 and Ezh2 regulate the Merkel cell differentiation program in skin stem cells
Bardot ES,
Valdes VJ,
Zhang J,
Perdigoto CN,
Nicolis S,
Hearn SA,
Silva JM,
Ezhkova E

Embo Journal
  32 (14): 1990-2000; Jul 17 2013  
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Histone H2B ubiquitylation and H3 lysine 4 methylation prevent ectopic silencing of euchromatic loci important for the cellular response to heat
Leung A,
Cajigas I,
Jia P,
Ezhkova E,
Brickner JH,
Zhao Z,
Geng F,
Tansey WP

Mol Biol Cell
  22 (15): 2741-2753; Aug 1 2011   NLM PMC3145549

Cyfip1 is a putative invasion suppressor in epithelial cancers
Silva JM,
Ezhkova E,
Silva J,
Heart S,
Castillo M,
Campos Y,
Castro V,
Bonilla F,
Cordon-Cardo C,
Muthuswamy SK,
Powers S,
Fuchs E,
Hannon GJ

  137 (6): 1047-61; Jun 12 2009   PMCID: PMC2754270
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Ezh2 Orchestrates Gene Expression for the Stepwise Differentiation of Tissue-Specific Stem Cells
Ezhkova E,
Pasolli HA,
Parker JS,
Stokes N,
Su IH,
Hannon GJ,
Tarakhovsky A,
Fuchs E

  136 (6): 1122-1135; Mar 2009   PMCID: PMC2716120
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The proteasome regulatory particle alters the SAGA coactivator to enhance its interactions with transcriptional activators
Lee DY,
Ezhkova E,
Li B,
Pattenden SG,
Tansey WP,
Workman JL

  123 (3): 423-436; Nov 2005  
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Transcriptional control and the ubiquitin-proteasome system
Tansey W,
Ezhkova E

Faseb Journal
  18 (8): C315-C315 Suppl S.; May 2004  
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Proteasomal ATPases link ubiquitylation of histone H2B to methylation of histone H3
Ezhkova E,
Tansey WP

Mol Cell
  13 (3): 435-42; Feb 13 2004  
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