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Customer Publications in Epitranscriptomics

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Title Author Journal Year
N6-methyladenosine (m6A) methyltransferase WTAP accelerates the Warburg effect of gastric cancer through regulating HK2 stability Yu H, et al.  Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy 2020
Bioinformatics analysis integrating metabolomics of m6A RNA microarray in intervertebral disc degeneration Wang X, et al.  Epigenomics 2020
Fusarium infection alters the m6A-modified transcript landscape in the cornea Jianzhang Hu, et al.  Experimental Eye Research 2020
Epitranscriptome of the ventral tegmental area in a deep brain-stimulated chronic unpredictable mild stress mouse model Song N, et al.  Translational Neuroscience 2020
Transient Focal Ischemia Significantly Alters the m6A Epitranscriptomic Tagging of RNAs in the Brain Chokkalla A K, et al.  Stroke 2019
m6A methylation of precursor-miR-320/RUNX2 controls osteogenic potential of bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells Yan G, et al.  Molecular Therapy-Nucleic Acids 2019
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Title Author Journal Year
A defined N6-methyladenosine (m 6 A) profile conferred by METTL3 regulates muscle stem cell/myoblast state transitions Gheller B J, et al.  Cell Death Discovery 2020
MTHFD2 links RNA methylation to metabolic reprogramming in renal cell carcinoma Green N H, et al.  Oncogene 2019
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Title Author Journal Year
Intronic RNAs mediate EZH2 regulation of epigenetic targets Sonia Guil, et al.  Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 2012
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Title Author Journal Year
Elongator Subunit 3 (Elp3) Is Required for Zebrafish Trunk Development Rojas-Benítez D, et al.  International Journal of Molecular Sciences 2020
Papillary Renal Cell Carcinomas Rewire Glutathione Metabolism and Are Deficient in Both Anabolic Glucose Synthesis and Oxidative Phosphorylation Ahmad A A, et al. Cancers 2019
Elongator and codon bias regulate protein levels in mammalian peripheral neurons Goffena J, et al. Nature Communications 2018