David Suter

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Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) 
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Friman ET, Deluz C, Meireles-Filho AC, et al. (2019) Dynamic regulation of chromatin accessibility by pluripotency transcription factors across the cell cycle. Elife. 8
Strebinger D, Deluz C, Friman ET, et al. (2019) Endogenous fluctuations of OCT4 and SOX2 bias pluripotent cell fate decisions. Molecular Systems Biology. 15: e9002
Tidin O, Friman ET, Naef F, et al. (2019) Quantitative relationships between SMAD dynamics and target gene activation kinetics in single live cells. Scientific Reports. 9: 5372
Alber AB, Suter DM. (2019) Dynamics of Protein Synthesis and Degradation through the Cell Cycle. Cell Cycle (Georgetown, Tex.)
Phillips NE, Mandic A, Omidi S, et al. (2019) Memory and relatedness of transcriptional activity in mammalian cell lineages. Nature Communications. 10: 1208
Alber AB, Paquet ER, Biserni M, et al. (2018) Single Live Cell Monitoring of Protein Turnover Reveals Intercellular Variability and Cell-Cycle Dependence of Degradation Rates. Molecular Cell
Delachat AM, Guidotti N, Bachmann AL, et al. (2017) Engineered Multivalent Sensors to Detect Coexisting Histone Modifications in Living Stem Cells. Cell Chemical Biology
Raccaud M, Suter DM. (2017) Transcription factor retention on mitotic chromosomes: regulatory mechanisms and impact on cell fate decisions. Febs Letters
Deluz C, Strebinger D, Friman ET, et al. (2017) The elusive role of mitotic bookmarking in transcriptional regulation: Insights from Sox2. Cell Cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 16: 601-606
Deluz C, Friman ET, Strebinger D, et al. (2016) A role for mitotic bookmarking of SOX2 in pluripotency and differentiation. Genes & Development
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