Publications

2006
Hartwell KH, Muir B, Reinhardt F, Carpenter AE, Sgroi DC, and Weinberg RA. 2006. “The Spemann Organizer gene, Goosecoid, promotes tumor metastasis.” PNAS. 103(50):18969-74. Publisher's Version
Sigal A, Milo M, Cohen A, Geva-Zatorsky N, Klein Y, Alaluf I, Swerdlin N, Perzov N, Danon T, Liron Y, Raveh T, Carpenter AE, Lahav G, and Alon U. 2006. “Dynamic proteomics in individual human cells uncovers widespread cell-cycle dependence of nuclear proteins.” Nature Methods, 3(7):525-31.
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2005
Wheeler DB, Carpenter AE, and Sabatini DM. 2005. “Cell microarrays and RNA interference chip away at gene function.” Nature Genetics, 37 Supplement: S25-30.
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Rai D, Frolova A, Frasor J, Carpenter AE, and Katzenellenbogen BS. 2005. “Distinctive actions of membrane-targeted versus nuclear localized estrogen receptors in breast cancer cells.” Molecular Endocrinology, 19(6):1606-17.
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Verschure PJ, Kraan van der I, Leeuw de W, Vlag van der J, Carpenter AE, Belmont AS, and Driel van R. 2005. “In vivo HP1 targeting causes large-scale chromatin condensation and enhanced histone lysine methylation.” Molecular and Cellular Biology, 25(11):4552-64. Publisher's Version
Jones TR, Carpenter AE, and Golland P. 2005. “Voronoi-based segmentation of cells on image manifolds. Proceedings of the Workshop on Computer Vision for Biomedical Image Applications (CVBIA).Edited by Yanxi Liu, Tianzi Jiang, and Changshui Zhang. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3765. Published by Springer-Verlag, Berlin, p. 535-543, ISBN 3-540-29411-2.
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Carpenter AE, Memedula S, Plutz MJ, and Belmont AS. 2005. “Common effects of acidic activators on large-scale chromatin structure and transcription.” Molecular and Cellular Biology, 25(3):958-968. Publisher's Version
2004
Wheeler DB, Bailey SN, Guertin DA, Carpenter AE, Higgins CO, and Sabatini DM. 2004. “RNAi living-cell microarrays for loss-of-function screens in Drosophila melanogaster cells.” Nature Methods, 1(2):127-32. PMID 15782175.
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Carpenter AE and Sabatini DM. 2004. “Systematic genome-wide screens of gene function.” Nature Reviews Genetics, 5(1):11-22.
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Direct visualization of transcription factor-induced chromatin remodeling and cofactor recruitment in vivo.
Carpenter AE and Belmont AS. 2004. “Direct visualization of transcription factor-induced chromatin remodeling and cofactor recruitment in vivo.” Methods in Enzymology, 375:366-81.
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2003
Nye AC, Rajendran RR, and Belmont AS. 2003. “Chromosomes and Chromatin.” In: Cooper DN (ed.) Nature Encyclopedia of the Human Genome, vol. 1:766-773. London: Nature Publishing Group.
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Carpenter AE. 2003. “Ph. D. thesis ”.
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Rajendran RR, Nye AC, Frasor J, Balsara RD, Martini PGV, and Katzenellenbogen BS. 2003. “Regulation of nuclear receptor transcriptional activity by a novel DEAD box RNA helicase (DP97).” Journal of Biological Chemistry, 278(7):4628-38. Publisher's Version
2002
Nye AC, Rajendran RR, Stenoien DL, Mancini MA, Katzenellenbogen BS, and Belmont AS. 2002. “Alteration of large-scale chromatin structure by estrogen receptor.” Molecular and Cellular Biology, 22(10):3437-49. Publisher's Version
2001
Ye Q, Hu YF, Zhong H, Nye AC, Belmont AS, and Li R. 2001. “BRCA1-induced large-scale chromatin unfolding and allele-specific effects of cancer-predisposing mutations.” Journal of Cell Biology, 155(6):911-21. Publisher's Version
Stenoien DL, Nye AC, Mancini MG, Patel K, Dutertre M, O’Malley BW, Smith CL, Belmont AS, and Mancini MA. 2001. “Ligand-mediated assembly and real-time cellular dynamics of estrogen receptor alpha-coactivator complexes in living cells.” Molecular and Cellular Biology, 21(13):4404-12.
2000
Nye AC, Rajendran RR, Katzenellenbogen BS, and Belmont AS. 2000. “The estrogen receptor alters large-scale chromatin structure.” Trends in Cell Biology GFP in Motion CD-ROM, volume 2, ed. B Ludin and A Matus.
1999
Belmont AS, Dietzel SD, Nye AC, Tumbar T, and Strukov Y. 1999. “Large scale chromatin structure and function.” Current Opinion in Cell Biology, 11(3):307-311.
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