Argyris Papantonis
Argyris Papantonis
Professor for Translational Epigenetics, University of Goettingen
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Exon skipping is correlated with exon circularization
S Kelly, C Greenman, PR Cook, A Papantonis
Journal of molecular biology 427 (15), 2414-2417, 2015
Transcription factories: genome organization and gene regulation
A Papantonis, PR Cook
Chemical reviews 113 (11), 8683-8705, 2013
Recent Zika virus isolates induce premature differentiation of neural progenitors in human brain organoids
E Gabriel, A Ramani, U Karow, M Gottardo, K Natarajan, LM Gooi, ...
Cell stem cell 20 (3), 397-406. e5, 2017
A wave of nascent transcription on activated human genes
Y Wada, Y Ohta, M Xu, S Tsutsumi, T Minami, K Inoue, D Komura, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (43), 18357-18361, 2009
Nonspecific bridging-induced attraction drives clustering of DNA-binding proteins and genome organization
CA Brackley, S Taylor, A Papantonis, PR Cook, D Marenduzzo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (38), E3605-E3611, 2013
Enhancers and silencers: an integrated and simple model for their function
P Kolovos, TA Knoch, FG Grosveld, PR Cook, A Papantonis
Epigenetics & chromatin 5 (1), 1-8, 2012
TNFα signals through specialized factories where responsive coding and miRNA genes are transcribed
A Papantonis, T Kohro, S Baboo, JD Larkin, B Deng, P Short, S Tsutsumi, ...
The EMBO journal 31 (23), 4404-4414, 2012
Active RNA polymerases: mobile or immobile molecular machines?
A Papantonis, JD Larkin, Y Wada, Y Ohta, S Ihara, T Kodama, PR Cook
PLoS Biol 8 (7), e1000419, 2010
The proteomes of transcription factories containing RNA polymerases I, II or III
S Melnik, B Deng, A Papantonis, S Baboo, IM Carr, PR Cook
Nature methods 8 (11), 963-968, 2011
HMGB2 loss upon senescence entry disrupts genomic organization and induces CTCF clustering across cell types
A Zirkel, M Nikolic, K Sofiadis, JP Mallm, CA Brackley, H Gothe, ...
Molecular cell 70 (4), 730-744. e6, 2018
Spatial chromosome folding and active transcription drive DNA fragility and formation of oncogenic MLL translocations
HJ Gothe, BAM Bouwman, EG Gusmao, R Piccinno, G Petrosino, ...
Molecular cell 75 (2), 267-283. e12, 2019
Forces driving the three‐dimensional folding of eukaryotic genomes
A Rada‐Iglesias, FG Grosveld, A Papantonis
Molecular systems biology 14 (6), e8214, 2018
Genome architecture and the role of transcription
A Papantonis, PR Cook
Current opinion in cell biology 22 (3), 271-276, 2010
Senescence‐associated DNA methylation is stochastically acquired in subpopulations of mesenchymal stem cells
J Franzen, A Zirkel, J Blake, B Rath, V Benes, A Papantonis, W Wagner
Aging cell 16 (1), 183-191, 2017
Fixing the model for transcription: the DNA moves, not the polymerase
A Papantonis, PR Cook
Transcription 2 (1), 41-44, 2011
Dynamic reconfiguration of long human genes during one transcription cycle
JD Larkin, PR Cook, A Papantonis
Molecular and cellular biology 32 (14), 2738-2747, 2012
Exploiting native forces to capture chromosome conformation in mammalian cell nuclei
L Brant, T Georgomanolis, M Nikolic, CA Brackley, P Kolovos, ...
Molecular systems biology 12 (12), 891, 2016
Shaping epigenetic memory via genomic bookmarking
D Michieletto, M Chiang, D Coli, A Papantonis, E Orlandini, PR Cook, ...
Nucleic acids research 46 (1), 83-93, 2018
TNFα signalling primes chromatin for NF-κB binding and induces rapid and widespread nucleosome repositioning
S Diermeier, P Kolovos, L Heizinger, U Schwartz, T Georgomanolis, ...
Genome biology 15 (12), 1-13, 2014
Splicing of many human genes involves sites embedded within introns
S Kelly, T Georgomanolis, A Zirkel, S Diermeier, D O'Reilly, S Murphy, ...
Nucleic acids research 43 (9), 4721-4732, 2015
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