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Fran Supek
Fran Supek
Genome Data Science lab PI, BRIC / University of Copenhagen professor, IRB Barcelona Group Leader
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REVIGO summarizes and visualizes long lists of gene ontology terms
F Supek, M Bošnjak, N Škunca, T Šmuc
PloS one 6 (7), e21800, 2011
59192011
A large-scale evaluation of computational protein function prediction
P Radivojac, WT Clark, TR Oron, AM Schnoes, T Wittkop, A Sokolov, ...
Nature methods 10 (3), 221-227, 2013
10462013
Synonymous mutations frequently act as driver mutations in human cancers
F Supek, B Miñana, J Valcárcel, T Gabaldón, B Lehner
Cell 156 (6), 1324-1335, 2014
6102014
The rules and impact of nonsense-mediated mRNA decay in human cancers
RGH Lindeboom, F Supek, B Lehner
Nature genetics 48 (10), 1112-1118, 2016
4342016
An expanded evaluation of protein function prediction methods shows an improvement in accuracy
Y Jiang, TR Oron, WT Clark, AR Bankapur, D D’Andrea, R Lepore, ...
Genome biology 17, 1-19, 2016
4142016
Differential DNA mismatch repair underlies mutation rate variation across the human genome
F Supek, B Lehner
Nature 521 (7550), 81-84, 2015
3882015
The CAFA challenge reports improved protein function prediction and new functional annotations for hundreds of genes through experimental screens
N Zhou, Y Jiang, TR Bergquist, AJ Lee, BZ Kacsoh, AW Crocker, ...
Genome biology 20, 1-23, 2019
3582019
Pan-cancer analysis of whole genomes identifies driver rearrangements promoted by LINE-1 retrotransposition
B Rodriguez-Martin, EG Alvarez, A Baez-Ortega, J Zamora, F Supek, ...
Nature genetics 52 (3), 306-319, 2020
3402020
Clustered Mutation Signatures Reveal that Error-Prone DNA Repair Targets Mutations to Active Genes
F Supek, B Lehner
Cell 130 (3), 534-547, 2017
2062017
The impact of nonsense-mediated mRNA decay on genetic disease, gene editing and cancer immunotherapy
RGH Lindeboom, M Vermeulen, B Lehner, F Supek
Nature genetics 51 (11), 1645-1651, 2019
2012019
Comparison of codon usage measures and their applicability in prediction of microbial gene expressivity
F Supek, K Vlahoviček
BMC bioinformatics 6, 1-15, 2005
1642005
To NMD or not to NMD: nonsense-mediated mRNA decay in cancer and other genetic diseases
F Supek, B Lehner, RGH Lindeboom
Trends in Genetics 37 (7), 657-668, 2021
1562021
MUFFINN: cancer gene discovery via network analysis of somatic mutation data
A Cho, JE Shim, E Kim, F Supek, B Lehner, I Lee
Genome biology 17, 1-16, 2016
1452016
INCA: synonymous codon usage analysis and clustering by means of self-organizing map
F Supek, K Vlahoviček
Bioinformatics 20 (14), 2329-2330, 2004
1262004
The landscape of microbial phenotypic traits and associated genes
M Brbić, M Piškorec, V Vidulin, A Kriško, T Šmuc, F Supek
Nucleic acids research, gkw964, 2016
1052016
Translational selection is ubiquitous in prokaryotes
F Supek, N Škunca, J Repar, K Vlahoviček, T Šmuc
PLoS genetics 6 (6), e1001004, 2010
912010
On Relevance of Codon Usage to Expression of Synthetic and Natural Genes in Escherichia coli
F Supek, T \# 352; muc
Genetics 185 (3), 1129-1134, 2010
892010
DNA mismatch repair promotes APOBEC3-mediated diffuse hypermutation in human cancers
D Mas-Ponte, F Supek
Nature genetics 52 (9), 958-968, 2020
792020
Antitumor potential of crown ethers: structure− activity relationships, cell cycle disturbances, and cell death studies of a series of ionophores
M Marjanović, M Kralj, F Supek, L Frkanec, I Piantanida, T Šmuc, ...
Journal of medicinal chemistry 50 (5), 1007-1018, 2007
782007
The code of silence: widespread associations between synonymous codon biases and gene function
F Supek
Journal of molecular evolution 82, 65-73, 2016
732016
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