Josh Tycko


Systematic discovery of protein functions in human cells to understand gene regulation and enable gene therapy


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Department of Neurobiology


Harvard Medical School




Josh Tycko


Systematic discovery of protein functions in human cells to understand gene regulation and enable gene therapy



Department of Neurobiology


Harvard Medical School



Enhancer connectome in primary human cells identifies target genes of disease-associated DNA elements


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Maxwell R. Mumbach, Ansuman T. Satpathy, E. Boyle, Chao Dai, Benjamin G. Gowen, S. Cho, M. Nguyen, Adam J. Rubin, Jeffrey M Granja, Katelynn R. Kazane, Yuning Wei, Trieu Nguyen, P. Greenside, M. Corces, Josh Tycko, Dimitre R. Simeonov, Nabeela Suliman, Rui Li, Jin Xu, Ryan A. Flynn, A. Kundaje, P. Khavari, A. Marson, J. Corn, T. Quertermous, W. Greenleaf, Howard Y. Chang
Nature Genetics, 2017

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APA
Mumbach, M. R., Satpathy, A. T., Boyle, E., Dai, C., Gowen, B. G., Cho, S., … Chang, H. Y. (2017). Enhancer connectome in primary human cells identifies target genes of disease-associated DNA elements. Nature Genetics.

Chicago/Turabian
Mumbach, Maxwell R., Ansuman T. Satpathy, E. Boyle, Chao Dai, Benjamin G. Gowen, S. Cho, M. Nguyen, et al. “Enhancer Connectome in Primary Human Cells Identifies Target Genes of Disease-Associated DNA Elements.” Nature Genetics (2017).

MLA
Mumbach, Maxwell R., et al. “Enhancer Connectome in Primary Human Cells Identifies Target Genes of Disease-Associated DNA Elements.” Nature Genetics, 2017.


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