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Academic Article Revealing the architecture of gene regulation: the promise of eQTL studies.
Academic Article DNase?I sensitivity QTLs are a major determinant of human expression variation.
Academic Article The effect of freeze-thaw cycles on gene expression levels in lymphoblastoid cell lines.
Academic Article Methylation QTLs are associated with coordinated changes in transcription factor binding, histone modifications, and gene expression levels.
Academic Article Reprogramming LCLs to iPSCs Results in Recovery of Donor-Specific Gene Expression Signature.
Academic Article The genetic and mechanistic basis for variation in gene regulation.
Academic Article Genomic variation. Impact of regulatory variation from RNA to protein.
Academic Article RNA splicing is a primary link between genetic variation and disease.
Academic Article Integrated analyses of gene expression and genetic association studies in a founder population.
Academic Article A Comparative Assessment of Human and Chimpanzee iPSC-derived Cardiomyocytes with Primary Heart Tissues.
Academic Article Discovery and characterization of variance QTLs in human induced pluripotent stem cells.
Grant Analysis and interpretation of noncoding regulatory variation
Grant eQTL mapping in iPSC-derived differentiated cardiomyocytes
Grant Mapping QTLs Associated with Variation in RNA Decay Rates
Grant Characterizing and mapping gene regulatory robustness in cardiomyoctes
Grant Characterizing and Understanding Variation in Gene Regulatory Mechanisms Within and Between Species'
Grant Using single cell RNA-seq to study regulatory noise and robustness
Grant Natural Selection on Gene Regulation in Humans
Academic Article Genetic regulatory effects in response to a high-cholesterol, high-fat diet in baboons.
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