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Mutzel, V.; Schulz, E. G.: Dosage Sensing, Threshold Responses, and Epigenetic Memory: A Systems Biology Perspective on Random X‐Chromosome Inactivation. Bioessays 42 (4), e1900163 (2020)
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Barros de Andrade e Sousa, L.; Jonkers, I.; Syx, L.; Dunkel, I.; Chaumeil, J.; Picard, C.; Foret, B.; Chen, C.-J.; Lis, J. T.; Heard, E. et al.; Schulz, E. G.; Marsico, A.: Kinetics of Xist-induced gene silencing can be predicted from combinations of epigenetic and genomic features. Genome Research 29 (7), pp. 1087 - 1099 (2019)
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Mutzel, V.; Okamoto, I.; Dunkel, I.; Saitou, M.; Giorgetti, L.; Heard, E.; Schulz, E. G.: A symmetric toggle switch explains the onset of random X inactivation in different mammals. Nature Structural and Molecular Biology 26 (5), pp. 350 - 360 (2019)
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Schulz, E. G.: X-chromosome dosage as a modulator of pluripotency, signalling and differentiation? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 372 (1733), pii: 20160366 (2017)
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Mutzel, V.; Okamoto, I.; Dunkel, I.; Saitou, M.; Giorgetti, L.; Heard, E.; Schulz, E. G.: Two coupled feedback loops explain random mono-allelic Xist upregulation at the onset of X-chromosome inactivation. bioRxive 2017, pp. 1 - 54 (2017)
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Zhan, Y.; Mariani, L.; Barozzi, I.; Schulz, E. G.; 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 Research 27 (3), pp. 479 - 490 (2017)
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Schulz, E. G.; 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 14 (2), pp. 203 - 2016 (2014)
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Schulz, E. G.; Heard, E.: Role and control of X chromosome dosage in mammalian development. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 23 (2), pp. 109 - 115 (2013)
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Nora, E. P.; Lajoie, B. R.; Schulz, E. G.; Giorgetti, L.; Okamoto, I.; Servant, N.; Piolot, T.; van Berkum, N. L.; Meisig, J.; Sedat, J. et al.; Gribnau, J.; Barillot, E.; Blüthgen, N.; Dekker, J.; Heard, E.: Spatial partitioning of the regulatory landscape of the X-inactivation centre. Nature 485 (7398), pp. 381 - 385 (2012)
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Schulz, E. G.; Elphège , P. N.; Heard, E.: Rnf12 – A Jack of All Trades in X Inactivation. PLoS Genetics 7 (1), e1002002 (2011)
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Schulz, E. G.; Nora, E. P.; Heard, E.: Rnf12--a jack of all trades in X inactivation? PLoS Genetics 7 (1), e1002002 (2011)
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Schulz, E. G.; Mariani, L.; Radbruch, A.; Höfer, T.: Sequential polarization and imprinting of type 1 T-helper lymphocytes by interferon-γ and interleukin-12. Immunity 30 (5), pp. 673 - 683 (2009)

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Genolet, O.; Monaco, A. A.; Dunkel, I.; Boettcher, M.; Schulz, E. G.: Identification of X-chromosomal genes that drive global X-dosage effects in mammals. bioRxiv (Preprint-Server) (2020)
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