Gil Bejerano, Professor

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CS Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
Computational Biology
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Wenger AM, Guturu H, Bernstein JA, et al. (2016) Systematic reanalysis of clinical exome data yields additional diagnoses: implications for providers. Genetics in Medicine : Official Journal of the American College of Medical Genetics
Guturu H, Chinchali S, Clarke SL, et al. (2016) Erosion of Conserved Binding Sites in Personal Genomes Points to Medical Histories. Plos Computational Biology. 12: e1004711
Tuteja G, Chung T, Bejerano G. (2015) Changes in the enhancer landscape during early placental development uncover a trophoblast invasion gene-enhancer network. Placenta
Braun BA, Marcovitz A, Camp JG, et al. (2015) Mx1 and Mx2 key antiviral proteins are surprisingly lost in toothed whales. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: 8036-40
Sazonova O, Zhao Y, Nürnberg S, et al. (2015) Characterization of TCF21 Downstream Target Regions Identifies a Transcriptional Network Linking Multiple Independent Coronary Artery Disease Loci. Plos Genetics. 11: e1005202
Notwell JH, Chung T, Heavner W, et al. (2015) A family of transposable elements co-opted into developmental enhancers in the mouse neocortex. Nature Communications. 6: 6644
Camp JG, Frank CL, Lickwar CR, et al. (2014) Microbiota modulate transcription in the intestinal epithelium without remodeling the accessible chromatin landscape. Genome Research. 24: 1504-16
Tuteja G, Moreira KB, Chung T, et al. (2014) Automated discovery of tissue-targeting enhancers and transcription factors from binding motif and gene function data. Plos Computational Biology. 10: e1003449
Reno PL, McLean CY, Hines JE, et al. (2013) A penile spine/vibrissa enhancer sequence is missing in modern and extinct humans but is retained in multiple primates with penile spines and sensory vibrissae. Plos One. 8: e84258
Guturu H, Doxey AC, Wenger AM, et al. (2013) Structure-aided prediction of mammalian transcription factor complexes in conserved non-coding elements. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 368: 20130029
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