Athma A. Pai, Ph.D.

2012 Human Genetics University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
"Athma Pai"
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Yoav Gilad grad student 2012 Chicago
 (Understanding genetic and epigenetic regulatory mechanisms underlying gene expression variation.)
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Aguiar D, Cheng LF, Dumitrascu B, et al. (2018) Bayesian nonparametric discovery of isoforms and individual specific quantification. Nature Communications. 9: 1681
Richards AL, Watza D, Findley A, et al. (2017) Environmental perturbations lead to extensive directional shifts in RNA processing. Plos Genetics. 13: e1006995
Pai AA, Baharian G, Pagé Sabourin A, et al. (2016) Widespread Shortening of 3' Untranslated Regions and Increased Exon Inclusion Are Evolutionarily Conserved Features of Innate Immune Responses to Infection. Plos Genetics. 12: e1006338
Pai AA, Pritchard JK, Gilad Y. (2015) The genetic and mechanistic basis for variation in gene regulation. Plos Genetics. 11: e1004857
Pai AA, Gilad Y. (2014) Comparative studies of gene regulatory mechanisms. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development. 29: 68-74
Gallego Romero I, Pai AA, Tung J, et al. (2014) RNA-seq: impact of RNA degradation on transcript quantification. Bmc Biology. 12: 42
Gaffney DJ, McVicker G, Pai AA, et al. (2012) Controls of nucleosome positioning in the human genome. Plos Genetics. 8: e1003036
Pai AA, Cain CE, Mizrahi-Man O, et al. (2012) The contribution of RNA decay quantitative trait loci to inter-individual variation in steady-state gene expression levels. Plos Genetics. 8: e1003000
Iskow RC, Gokcumen O, Abyzov A, et al. (2012) Regulatory element copy number differences shape primate expression profiles. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: 12656-61
Degner JF, Pai AA, Pique-Regi R, et al. (2012) DNase I sensitivity QTLs are a major determinant of human expression variation. Nature. 482: 390-4
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