Distinct patterns of histone acetyltransferase and Mediator deployment at yeast protein-coding genes.
Sequence-Directed Action of RSC Remodeler and General Regulatory Factors Modulates +1 Nucleosome Position to Facilitate Transcription.
Rif1 Binding and Control of Chromosome-Internal DNA Replication Origins Is Limited by Telomere Sequestration.
Rif1 maintains telomeres and mediates DNA repair by encasing DNA ends.
Nucleosome Stability Distinguishes Two Different Promoter Types at All Protein-Coding Genes in Yeast.
Two distinct promoter architectures centered on dynamic nucleosomes control ribosomal protein gene transcription.
Rif1 controls DNA replication timing in yeast through the PP1 phosphatase Glc7.
Rif1 and Rif2 shape telomere function and architecture through multivalent Rap1 interactions.
Massively parallel measurements of molecular interaction kinetics on a microfluidic platform.
Anticheckpoint pathways at telomeres in yeast.
DNA-end capping by the budding yeast transcription factor and subtelomeric binding protein Tbf1.