Alastair Kerr
Alastair Kerr
CRUK: University of Manchester
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A novel CpG island set identifies tissue-specific methylation at developmental gene loci
R Illingworth, A Kerr, D DeSousa, H Jørgensen, P Ellis, J Stalker, ...
PLoS biology 6 (1), e22, 2008
CpG islands influence chromatin structure via the CpG-binding protein Cfp1
JP Thomson, PJ Skene, J Selfridge, T Clouaire, J Guy, S Webb, ARW Kerr, ...
Nature 464 (7291), 1082-1086, 2010
Neuronal MeCP2 is expressed at near histone-octamer levels and globally alters the chromatin state
PJ Skene, RS Illingworth, S Webb, ARW Kerr, KD James, DJ Turner, ...
Molecular cell 37 (4), 457-468, 2010
Orphan CpG islands identify numerous conserved promoters in the mammalian genome
RS Illingworth, U Gruenewald-Schneider, S Webb, ARW Kerr, KD James, ...
PLoS genetics 6 (9), e1001134, 2010
Cell type–specific DNA methylation at intragenic CpG islands in the immune system
AM Deaton, S Webb, ARW Kerr, RS Illingworth, J Guy, R Andrews, A Bird
Genome research 21 (7), 1074-1086, 2011
Cfp1 integrates both CpG content and gene activity for accurate H3K4me3 deposition in embryonic stem cells
T Clouaire, S Webb, P Skene, R Illingworth, A Kerr, R Andrews, JH Lee, ...
Genes & development 26 (15), 1714-1728, 2012
CpG methylation is targeted to transcription units in an invertebrate genome
MM Suzuki, ARW Kerr, D De Sousa, A Bird
Genome research 17 (5), 625-631, 2007
Genome-wide distribution of RNA-DNA hybrids identifies RNase H targets in tRNA genes, retrotransposons and mitochondria
A El Hage, S Webb, A Kerr, D Tollervey
PLoS genetics 10 (10), e1004716, 2014
The nuclear envelope proteome differs notably between tissues
N Korfali, GS Wilkie, SK Swanson, V Srsen, J de Las Heras, DG Batrakou, ...
Nucleus 3 (6), 552-564, 2012
Mitotic chromosomes are compacted laterally by KIF4 and condensin and axially by topoisomerase IIα
K Samejima, I Samejima, P Vagnarelli, H Ogawa, G Vargiu, DA Kelly, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 199 (5), 755-770, 2012
Tissue-specific gene repositioning by muscle nuclear membrane proteins enhances repression of critical developmental genes during myogenesis
MI Robson, I Jose, R Czapiewski, P Lê Thành, DG Booth, DA Kelly, ...
Molecular cell 62 (6), 834-847, 2016
Several novel nuclear envelope transmembrane proteins identified in skeletal muscle have cytoskeletal associations
GS Wilkie, N Korfali, SK Swanson, P Malik, V Srsen, DG Batrakou, ...
Molecular & Cellular Proteomics 10 (1), 2011
The leukocyte nuclear envelope proteome varies with cell activation and contains novel transmembrane proteins that affect genome architecture
N Korfali, GS Wilkie, SK Swanson, V Srsen, DG Batrakou, EAL Fairley, ...
Molecular & Cellular Proteomics 9 (12), 2571-2585, 2010
System analysis shows distinct mechanisms and common principles of nuclear envelope protein dynamics
N Zuleger, DA Kelly, AC Richardson, ARW Kerr, MW Goldberg, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 193 (1), 109-123, 2011
Co‐transcriptional degradation of aberrant pre‐mRNA by Xrn2
L Davidson, A Kerr, S West
The EMBO journal 31 (11), 2566-2578, 2012
The kinetochore prevents centromere-proximal crossover recombination during meiosis
N Vincenten, LM Kuhl, I Lam, A Oke, ARW Kerr, A Hochwagen, J Fung, ...
elife 4, e10850, 2015
Tissue specificity in the nuclear envelope supports its functional complexity
JI de Las Heras, P Meinke, DG Batrakou, V Srsen, N Zuleger, ARW Kerr, ...
Nucleus 4 (6), 460-477, 2013
Structural evidence for Scc4-dependent localization of cohesin loading
SM Hinshaw, V Makrantoni, A Kerr, AL Marston, SC Harrison
Elife 4, e06057, 2015
Shugoshin biases chromosomes for biorientation through condensin recruitment to the pericentromere
KF Verzijlbergen, OO Nerusheva, D Kelly, A Kerr, D Clift, F de Lima Alves, ...
Elife 3, e01374, 2014
The molecular basis of variable phenotypic severity among common missense mutations causing Rett syndrome
K Brown, J Selfridge, S Lagger, J Connelly, D De Sousa, A Kerr, S Webb, ...
Human molecular genetics 25 (3), 558-570, 2016
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