Supplementary Data.

Supplementary data to publications produced by this laboratory.

Smith A. et. al. (SUBMITTED). "Integration of Elf-4 into stem/progenitor and erythroid regulatory networks through locus-wide chromatin studies coupled with in vivo functional validation.".
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Wilson N.K. et. al. (2010). "Gfi1 expression is controlled by five distinct regulatory regions spread over 100kb with Tal1/Scl, Gata2, Pu.1, Erg, Meis1 and Runx1 acting as upstream regulators in early hematopoietic cells".
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Pimanda J.E.M. et. al. (2007). "Gata2, Fli1 and Scl form a recursively wired gene regulatory circuit in developing blood stem cells".
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Pimanda J.E.M. et. al. (2006). "The SCL transcriptional network and the BMP signaling pathway interact to regulate RUNX1 activity".
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Donaldson I.J. and Gottgens B. (2006). "CoMoDis: Composite motif discovery in mammalian genomes".
[Supplementary Data]

Donaldson I.J. and Gottgens B. (2006). "Evolution of candidate transcriptional regulatory motifs since the human-chimpanzee divergence".
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Pimanda J.E.M. et. al. (2006). "A transcriptional link between blood and bone: the stem cell leukemia gene and its +19 stem cell enhancer are active in bone cells".
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Landry J.-R. et. al. (2005). "Fli1, Elf1 and Ets1 regulate the proximal promoter of the LMO2 gene in endothelial cells".
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Donaldson I.J. et. al. (2005). "TFBScluster: a resource for the characterisation of transcriptional regulatory networks".
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Donaldson I.J. et. al. (2005). "Genome-wide identification of cis-regulatory sequences controlling blood and endothelial development".
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Chapman M.A. et. al. (2004). "Analysis of multiple genomic sequence alignments - a web resource, online tools, and lessons learned from analysis of four mammalian SCL loci".
Genome Research. 14: 313-318.

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