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KAP1 controls endogenous retroviruses in embryonic stem cells
HM Rowe, J Jakobsson, D Mesnard, J Rougemont, S Reynard, T Aktas, ...
Nature 463 (7278), 237-240, 2010
8252010
DHX9 suppresses RNA processing defects originating from the Alu invasion of the human genome
T Aktaş, İA Ilık, D Maticzka, V Bhardwaj, CP Rodrigues, G Mittler, T Manke, ...
Nature 544 (7648), 115-119, 2017
4622017
The Shh Topological Domain Facilitates the Action of Remote Enhancers by Reducing the Effects of Genomic Distances
O Symmons, L Pan, S Remeseiro, T Aktas, F Klein, W Huber, F Spitz
Developmental Cell 39 (5), 529-543, 2016
2252016
De novo DNA methylation of endogenous retroviruses is shaped by KRAB-ZFPs/KAP1 and ESET
HM Rowe, M Friedli, S Offner, S Verp, D Mesnard, J Marquis, T Aktas, ...
Development 140 (3), 519-529, 2013
1832013
An integrated holo-enhancer unit defines tissue and gene specificity of the Fgf8 regulatory landscape
M Marinić, T Aktas, S Ruf, F Spitz
Developmental cell 24 (5), 530-542, 2013
1652013
SON and SRRM2 are essential for nuclear speckle formation
İA Ilik, M Malszycki, AK Lübke, C Schade, D Meierhofer, T Aktaş
Elife 9, e60579, 2020
1502020
MOF-associated complexes ensure stem cell identity and Xist repression
T Chelmicki, F Dündar, MJ Turley, T Khanam, T Aktas, F Ramírez, ...
eLife 3, e02024, 2014
902014
Nuclear speckles: dynamic hubs of gene expression regulation
İA Ilık, T Aktaş
The FEBS Journal 289 (22), 7234-7245, 2022
712022
De novo mutations in MSL3 cause an X-linked syndrome marked by impaired histone H4 lysine 16 acetylation
MF Basilicata, AL Bruel, G Semplicio, CIK Valsecchi, T Aktaş, Y Duffourd, ...
Nature genetics 50 (10), 1442-1451, 2018
382018
uvCLAP is a fast and non-radioactive method to identify in vivo targets of RNA-binding proteins
D Maticzka, IA Ilik, T Aktas, R Backofen, A Akhtar
Nature Communications 9 (1), 1142, 2018
322018
FLASH: ultra-fast protocol to identify RNA–protein interactions in cells
IA Ilik, T Aktas, D Maticzka, R Backofen, A Akhtar
Nucleic Acids Research, 2019
182019
The intrinsically disordered TSSC4 protein acts as a helicase inhibitor, placeholder and multi-interaction coordinator during snRNP assembly and recycling
A Bergfort, T Hilal, B Kuropka, İA Ilik, G Weber, T Aktaş, C Freund, ...
Nucleic Acids Research 50 (5), 2938-2958, 2022
122022
A multi-factor trafficking site on the spliceosome remodeling enzyme BRR2 recruits C9ORF78 to regulate alternative splicing
A Bergfort, M Preußner, B Kuropka, İA Ilik, T Hilal, G Weber, C Freund, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 1132, 2022
82022
Dynamic antagonism between key repressive pathways maintains the placental epigenome
R Weigert, S Hetzel, N Bailly, C Haggerty, IA Ilik, PYK Yung, C Navarro, ...
Nature Cell Biology 25 (4), 579-591, 2023
42023
Autonomous transposons tune their sequences to ensure somatic suppression
İA Ilık, P Glažar, K Tse, B Brändl, D Meierhofer, FJ Müller, ZD Smith, ...
Nature, 1-9, 2024
32024
CLONING OF SINGLE-STRANDED NUCLEIC ACID
IA Ilik, A Akhtar, TA Ilik
US Patent App. 15/744,938, 2018
22018
TET activity safeguards pluripotency throughout embryonic dormancy
M Stötzel, CY Cheng, IA IIik, AS Kumar, PA Omgba, VA van der Weijden, ...
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, 1-15, 2024
12024
Transposons: catch them if you can
T Aktaş
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 23 (5), 306-306, 2022
12022
The nuclear speckles protein SRRM2 is a new therapeutic target molecule on the surface of cancer cells
M Kellner, J Hoermann, S Fackler, H Yuanyu, L Lin, I Ilik, T Aktas, ...
bioRxiv, 2024.04. 26.591288, 2024
2024
FLASH
I Ilik, T Aktas, D Maticzka, R Backofen, A Akhtar
2019
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