Nizar Batada
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Copy number variation and selection during reprogramming to pluripotency
SM Hussein, NN Batada, S Vuoristo, RW Ching, R Autio, E Närvä, S Ng, ...
Nature 471 (7336), 58-62, 2011
Comprehensive curation and analysis of global interaction networks in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
T Reguly, A Breitkreutz, L Boucher, BJ Breitkreutz, GC Hon, CL Myers, ...
Journal of biology 5 (4), 1-28, 2006
Evolutionary and physiological importance of hub proteins
NN Batada, LD Hurst, M Tyers
PLoS computational biology 2 (7), e88, 2006
Chromatin-and transcription-related factors repress transcription from within coding regions throughout the Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome
V Cheung, G Chua, NN Batada, CR Landry, SW Michnick, TR Hughes, ...
PLoS biology 6 (11), e277, 2008
Stratus not altocumulus: a new view of the yeast protein interaction network
NN Batada, T Reguly, A Breitkreutz, L Boucher, BJ Breitkreutz, LD Hurst, ...
PLoS biology 4 (10), e317, 2006
Evolution of chromosome organization driven by selection for reduced gene expression noise
NN Batada, LD Hurst
Nature genetics 39 (8), 945-949, 2007
Elevated coding mutation rate during the reprogramming of human somatic cells into induced pluripotent stem cells
J Ji, SH Ng, V Sharma, D Neculai, S Hussein, M Sam, Q Trinh, GM Church, ...
Stem cells 30 (3), 435-440, 2012
Still stratus not altocumulus: further evidence against the date/party hub distinction
NN Batada, T Reguly, A Breitkreutz, L Boucher, BJ Breitkreutz, LD Hurst, ...
PLoS biology 5 (6), e154, 2007
The impact of the nucleosome code on protein-coding sequence evolution in yeast
T Warnecke, NN Batada, LD Hurst
PLoS genetics 4 (11), e1000250, 2008
Chromatin remodelling is a major source of coexpression of linked genes in yeast
NN Batada, AO Urrutia, LD Hurst
Trends in genetics 23 (10), 480-484, 2007
Stochastic model of protein–protein interaction: Why signaling proteins need to be colocalized
NN Batada, LA Shepp, DO Siegmund
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (17), 6445-6449, 2004
Limiting replication stress during somatic cell reprogramming reduces genomic instability in induced pluripotent stem cells
S Ruiz, AJ Lopez-Contreras, M Gabut, RM Marion, P Gutierrez-Martinez, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-8, 2015
Diffusion of nucleoside triphosphates and role of the entry site to the RNA polymerase II active center
NN Batada, KD Westover, DA Bushnell, M Levitt, RD Kornberg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (50), 17361-17364, 2004
Antioxidant supplementation reduces genomic aberrations in human induced pluripotent stem cells
J Ji, V Sharma, S Qi, ME Guarch, P Zhao, Z Luo, W Fan, Y Wang, ...
Stem cell reports 2 (1), 44-51, 2014
Wnt and Notch signaling govern self-renewal and differentiation in a subset of human glioblastoma stem cells
N Rajakulendran, KJ Rowland, HJ Selvadurai, M Ahmadi, NI Park, ...
Genes & development 33 (9-10), 498-510, 2019
SET8 methyltransferase activity during the DNA double-strand break response is required for recruitment of 53BP1.
D Stanimir, J Tkach, S Lin, N Batada
Embo Reports, 2014
Frequent mutations in TP53 and CDKN2A found by next-generation sequencing of head and neck cancer cell lines
AC Nichols, J Yoo, DA Palma, K Fung, JH Franklin, J Koropatnick, ...
Archives of Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery 138 (8), 732-739, 2012
Aberrant DNA methylation reprogramming during induced pluripotent stem cell generation is dependent on the choice of reprogramming factors
AC Planello, J Ji, V Sharma, R Singhania, F Mbabaali, F Müller, JA Alfaro, ...
Cell regeneration 3 (1), 1-14, 2014
Is there a causal link between PTEN deficient tumors and immunosuppressive tumor microenvironment?
VB Cetintas, NN Batada
Journal of translational medicine 18 (1), 1-11, 2020
Rate-of-replenishment and microenvironment contribute to the sexually dimorphic phenotype and function of peritoneal macrophages
CC Bain, DA Gibson, NJ Steers, K Boufea, PA Louwe, C Doherty, ...
Science immunology 5 (48), 2020
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