Simon Haas
Simon Haas
Berlin Institute of Health (BIH), Charité, BIMSB-MDC, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), HI-STEM
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Braveheart, a Long Noncoding RNA Required for Cardiovascular Lineage Commitment
CA Klattenhoff, JC Scheuermann, LE Surface, RK Bradley, PA Fields, ...
Cell 152 (3), 570-583, 2013
Transcriptional heterogeneity and lineage commitment in myeloid progenitors
F Paul, Y Arkin, A Giladi, DA Jaitin, E Kenigsberg, H Keren-Shaul, ...
Cell 163 (7), 1663-1677, 2015
Human haematopoietic stem cell lineage commitment is a continuous process
L Velten, SF Haas, S Raffel, S Blaszkiewicz, S Islam, BP Hennig, C Hirche, ...
Nature cell biology 19 (4), 271-281, 2017
Identification of regulatory networks in HSCs and their immediate progeny via integrated proteome, transcriptome, and DNA methylome analysis
N Cabezas-Wallscheid, D Klimmeck, J Hansson, DB Lipka, A Reyes, ...
Cell stem cell 15 (4), 507-522, 2014
Inflammation-induced emergency megakaryopoiesis driven by hematopoietic stem cell-like megakaryocyte progenitors
S Haas, J Hansson, D Klimmeck, D Loeffler, L Velten, H Uckelmann, ...
Cell stem cell 17 (4), 422-434, 2015
DNMT and HDAC inhibitors induce cryptic transcription start sites encoded in long terminal repeats
D Brocks, CR Schmidt, M Daskalakis, HS Jang, NM Shah, D Li, J Li, ...
Nature genetics 49 (7), 1052-1060, 2017
Myc depletion induces a pluripotent dormant state mimicking diapause
R Scognamiglio, N Cabezas-Wallscheid, MC Thier, S Altamura, A Reyes, ...
Cell 164 (4), 668-680, 2016
Causes and consequences of hematopoietic stem cell heterogeneity
S Haas, A Trumpp, MD Milsom
Cell stem cell 22 (5), 627-638, 2018
Combined single-cell and spatial transcriptomics reveal the molecular, cellular and spatial bone marrow niche organization
C Baccin, J Al-Sabah, L Velten, PM Helbling, F Grünschläger, ...
Nature cell biology 22 (1), 38-48, 2020
Synthetic riboswitches for external regulation of genes transferred by replication-deficient and oncolytic adenoviruses
P Ketzer, SF Haas, S Engelhardt, JS Hartig, DM Nettelbeck
Nucleic acids research 40 (21), e167-e167, 2012
The traditional Chinese medical compound Rocaglamide protects nonmalignant primary cells from DNA damage-induced toxicity by inhibition of p53 expression
MS Becker, P Schmezer, R Breuer, SF Haas, MA Essers, PH Krammer, ...
Cell death & disease 5 (1), e1000-e1000, 2014
Systemic virus infections differentially modulate cell cycle state and functionality of long-term hematopoietic stem cells in vivo
C Hirche, T Frenz, SF Haas, M Döring, K Borst, PK Tegtmeyer, I Brizic, ...
Cell reports 19 (11), 2345-2356, 2017
Identification of DNA methylation changes at cis-regulatory elements during early steps of HSC differentiation using tagmentation-based whole genome bisulfite …
DB Lipka, Q Wang, N Cabezas-Wallscheid, D Klimmeck, D Weichenhan, ...
Cell Cycle 13 (22), 3476-3487, 2014
IFNα-mediated remodeling of endothelial cells in the bone marrow niche
ÁM Prendergast, A Kuck, M van Essen, S Haas, S Blaszkiewicz, ...
Haematologica 102 (3), 445, 2017
Extracellular matrix protein Matrilin-4 regulates stress-induced HSC proliferation via CXCR4
H Uckelmann, S Blaszkiewicz, C Nicolae, S Haas, A Schnell, S Wurzer, ...
Journal of Experimental Medicine 213 (10), 1961-1971, 2016
Technical considerations for the use of CRISPR/Cas9 in hematology research
MC Gundry, DP Dever, D Yudovich, DE Bauer, S Haas, AC Wilkinson, ...
Experimental hematology 54, 4-11, 2017
Lineage commitment of hematopoietic stem cells and progenitors: insights from recent single cell and lineage tracing technologies
SJ Loughran, S Haas, AC Wilkinson, AM Klein, M Brand
Experimental Hematology 88, 1-6, 2020
Single-cell and spatial transcriptomics approaches of the bone marrow microenvironment
J Al-Sabah, C Baccin, S Haas
Current opinion in oncology 32 (2), 146-153, 2020
MutaSeq reveals the transcriptomic consequences of clonal evolution in acute myeloid leukemia
L Velten, BA Story, P Hernandez-Malmierca, J Milbank, M Paulsen, C Lutz, ...
bioRxiv, 500108, 2018
Hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell aging is initiated at middle age through decline in local insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF1)
K Young, E Eudy, R Bell, M Loberg, T Stearns, L Velten, S Haas, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
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