Thuc Le, Ph.D.

Neuroscience University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
"Thuc Le"
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Guoping Fan grad student 2013 UCLA
 (The Regulation of DNA Methylation and Hydroxymethylation in Postmitotic Neurons and Other Mammalian Cells.)
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Aguilera KY, Riahi R, Saadat EA, et al. (2019) Abstract C01: Porcupine inhibition redirects mitochondrial metabolism in Wnt-dependent pancreatic cancer Cancer Research. 79
Kollareddy M, Dimitrova E, Vallabhaneni KC, et al. (2015) Regulation of nucleotide metabolism by mutant p53 contributes to its gain-of-function activities. Nature Communications. 6: 7389
Feng J, Shao N, Szulwach KE, et al. (2015) Role of Tet1 and 5-hydroxymethylcytosine in cocaine action. Nature Neuroscience. 18: 536-44
Huang K, Wu Z, Liu Z, et al. (2014) Selective demethylation and altered gene expression are associated with ICF syndrome in human-induced pluripotent stem cells and mesenchymal stem cells. Human Molecular Genetics. 23: 6448-57
Sun D, Luo M, Jeong M, et al. (2014) Epigenomic profiling of young and aged HSCs reveals concerted changes during aging that reinforce self-renewal. Cell Stem Cell. 14: 673-88
Dawlaty MM, Breiling A, Le T, et al. (2014) Loss of Tet enzymes compromises proper differentiation of embryonic stem cells. Developmental Cell. 29: 102-11
Guo JU, Su Y, Shin JH, et al. (2014) Distribution, recognition and regulation of non-CpG methylation in the adult mammalian brain. Nature Neuroscience. 17: 215-22
Rudenko A, Dawlaty MM, Seo J, et al. (2013) Tet1 is critical for neuronal activity-regulated gene expression and memory extinction. Neuron. 79: 1109-22
Vincent JJ, Huang Y, Chen PY, et al. (2013) Stage-specific roles for tet1 and tet2 in DNA demethylation in primordial germ cells. Cell Stem Cell. 12: 470-8
Dawlaty MM, Breiling A, Le T, et al. (2013) Combined deficiency of Tet1 and Tet2 causes epigenetic abnormalities but is compatible with postnatal development. Developmental Cell. 24: 310-23
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