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Publications

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Pacini, G, Dunkel, I, Mages, N, Mutzel, V, Timmermann, B, Marsico, A, and Schulz, E G.
Integrated analysis of Xist upregulation and X-chromosome inactivation with single-cell and single-allele resolution
Nature Communications 2021, 12.1, 1–17.
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Genolet, O, Monaco, A A, Dunkel, I, Boettcher, M, and Schulz, E G.
Identification of X-chromosomal genes that drive sex differences in embryonic stem cells through a hierarchical CRISPR screening approach
Genome Biology 2021, 22
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Gjaltema, R A, Schwämmle, T, Kautz, P, Robson, M, Schöpflin, R, Lustig, L R, Brandenburg, L, Dunkel, I, Vechiatto, C, Ntini, E, Mutzel, V, Schmiedel, V, Marsico, A, Mundlos, S, and Schulz, E G.
Distal and proximal cis-regulatory elements sense X-chromosomal dosage and developmental state at the Xist locus
BioRxiv, 2021
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Mutzel V &Schulz EG.
Dosage Sensing, Threshold Responses, and Epigenetic Memory: A Systems Biology Perspective on Random X‐Chromosome Inactivation.
BioEssays 2020 Apr;42(4):e1900163
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Barros de Andrade E Sousa L, Jonkers I, Syx L, Dunkel I, Chaumeil J, Picard C, Foret B, Chen CJ, Lis JT, Heard E, Schulz EG, Marsico A.
Kinetics of Xist-induced gene silencing can be predicted from combinations of epigenetic and genomic features.
Genome Res. 2019 Jun 7. pii: gr.245027.118. [Epub ahead of print]
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Mutzel V, Okamoto I, Dunkel I, Saitou M, Giorgetti L, Heard E, Schulz EG
A symmetric toggle switch explains the onset of random X inactivation in different mammals.
Nature Structural and Molecular Biology 2019 May;26(5):350-360. Epub 2019 Apr 8.
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Barros de Anrade e Sousa L, Jonkers I, Syx L, Chaumeil J, Picard C, Foret B, Chen C, Lis JT, Heard E, Schulz EG, Marsico A
Kinetics of Xist-induced gene silencing can be predicted from combinations of epigenetic and genomic features.
BioRxiv 2019
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Gjaltema RAF, Schulz EG
CRISPR/dCas9 switch systems for temporal transcriptional control
Methods in Molecular Biology, 2018, 1767:167-185
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Mutzel V, Okamoto I, Dunkel I, Saitou M, Giorgetti L, Heard E, Schulz EG
Two coupled feedback loops explain random mono-allelic Xist upregulation at the onset of X-chromosome inactivation
BioRxiv, 2017,
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Schulz EG
X-chromosome dosage as a modulator of pluripotency, signalling and differentiation?
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 2017, 372.1733, 20160366
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Zhan Y, Mariani L, Barozzi I, Schulz EG, Blüthgen N, Stadler M, Tiana G, Giorgetti L
Reciprocal insulation analysis of Hi-C data shows that TADs represent a functionally but not structurally privileged scale in the hierarchical folding of chromosomes.
Genome Reseach, 2017 Mar;27(3):479-490
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Schulz EG, Meisig J, Nakamura T, Okamoto I, Sieber A, Picard C, Borensztein M, Saitou M, Blüthgen N, Heard E
The Two Active X Chromosomes in Female ESCs Block Exit from the Pluripotent State by Modulating the ESC Signaling Network
Cell Stem Cell, 2014, 14:203-216
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Schulz EG, Heard E
Role and control of X chromosome dosage in mammalian development
Current Opinion in Genetics & Development, 2013, 23(2): 109-115
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Nora EP, Lajoie BR*, Schulz EG*, Giorgetti L*, Okamoto I, Servant N, Piolot T, van Berkum NL, Meisig J, Sedat J, Gribnau J, Barillot E, Blüthgen N, Dekker J# and Heard E#
Spatial partitioning of the regulatory landscape of the X-inactivation centre
Nature, 2012, 485(7398):381-5
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Schulz EG, Nora EP, Heard E
Rnf12 – A Jack of All Trades in X Inactivation
PLoS Genetics, 2011, 7(1): e1002002
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Schulz EG, Mariani L, Radbruch A and Höfer T
Sequential polarization and imprinting of type 1 T-helper lymphocytes by interferon-γ and interleukin-12
IMMUNITY, 2009, 30 (5), 673-683
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