Publications of Andreas Mayer

Journal Article (5)

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Journal Article
Arnold, M.; Bressin, A.; Jasnovidova, O.; Meierhofer, D.; Mayer, A.: A BRD4-mediated elongation control point primes transcribing RNA polymerase II for 3′-processing and termination. Molecular Cell (2021)
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Journal Article
Gajos, M.; Jasnovidova, O.; van Bömmel, A.; Freier, S.; Vingron, M.; Mayer, A.: Conserved DNA sequence features underlie pervasive RNA polymerase pausing. Nucleic Acids Research (London) 49 (8), pp. 4402 - 4420 (2021)
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Journal Article
Annaldasula, S.; Gajos, M.; Mayer, A.: IsoTV: processing and visualizing functional features of translated transcript isoforms. Bioinformatics 2021, btab103 (2021)
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Journal Article
Winter, G. E.; Mayer, A.; Buckley, D. L.; Erb, M. A.; Roderick, J. E.; Vittori, S.; Reyes,, J. M.; di Iulio, J.; Souza, A.; Ott, C. J. et al.; Roberts, J. M.; Zeid, R.; Scott, T. G.; Paulk, J.; Lachance, K.; Olson, C. M.; Dastjerdi, S.; Bauer, S.; Lin, C. Y.; Gray, N. S.; Kelliher, M. A.; Churchman, L. S.; Bradner, J. E.: BET bromodomain proteins function as master transcription elongation factors independent of CDK9 recruitment. Molecular Cell 67 (1), pp. 5 - 18 (2017)
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Journal Article
Mayer, A.; Landry, H. M.; Churchman, L. S.: Pause & go: from the discovery of RNA polymerase pausing to its functional implications. Current Opinion in Cell Biology 46, pp. 72 - 80 (2017)

Book Chapter (2)

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Book Chapter
Jasnovidova, O.; Arnold, M.; Mayer, A.: Illuminating enhancer transcription at nucleotide resolution with native elongating transcript sequencing (NET-Seq). In: Enhancers and Promoters - Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology ; 2351), Vol. 2351, pp. 41 - 65 (Ed. Borggrefe, T.). Humana, New York, NY (2021)
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Book Chapter
Mayer, A.; Churchman, L. S.: A detailed protocol for subcellular RNA sequencing (subRNA-seq). In: Current Protocols in Molecular Biology, Vol. Suppl. 120, pp. 4.29.1 - 4.29.18 (Ed. Ausubel, F. M.). John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ (2017)
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