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Alexander M. Mazo, PhD

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1020 Locust Street
JAH, Rm. 485
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-4785
(215) 923-7144 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Stepwise histone modifications are mediated by multiple enzymes that rapidly associate with nascent DNA during replication.
  2. Ash2 acts as an ecdysone receptor coactivator by stabilizing the histone methyltransferase Trr
  3. TrxG and PcG proteins but not methylated histones remain associated with DNA through replication
  4. Ecdysone- and NO-Mediated Gene Regulation by Competing EcR/Usp and E75A Nuclear Receptors during Drosophila Development
  5. The Role of Epigenetic Modifications in Cancer
  6. Down-regulation of homeobox genes MEIS1 and HOXA in MLL-rearranged acute leukemia impairs engraftment and reduces proliferation
  7. Regulatory noncoding RNAs at Hox loci
  8. Association of trxG and PcG proteins with the bxd maintenance element depends on transcriptional activity
  9. Transcriptional interference: An unexpected layer of complexity in gene regulation
  10. Knockdown of ALR (MLL2) reveals ALR target genes and leads to alterations in cell adhesion and growth
  11. A model for initiation of mosaic HOX gene expression patterns by non-coding RNAs in early embryos
  12. A motif within SET-domain proteins binds single-stranded nucleic acids and transcribed and supercoiled DNAs and can interfere with assemb 0713 ly of nucleosomes
  13. ALL-1/MLL1, a homologue of Drosophila TRITHORAX, modifies chromatin and is directly involved in infant acute leukaemia
  14. Purification and Biochemical Properties of the Drosophila TAC1 Complex
  15. Modulation of heat shock gene expression by the TAC1 chromatin-modifying complex
  16. Methylation at lysine 4 of histone H3 in ecdysone-dependent development of Drosophila