Meinrad Busslinger

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Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (I.M.P), Vienna 
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McManus S, Ebert A, Salvagiotto G, et al. (2011) The transcription factor Pax5 regulates its target genes by recruiting chromatin-modifying proteins in committed B cells. The Embo Journal. 30: 2388-404
Ebert A, McManus S, Tagoh H, et al. (2011) The distal V(H) gene cluster of the Igh locus contains distinct regulatory elements with Pax5 transcription factor-dependent activity in pro-B cells. Immunity. 34: 175-87
Malin S, McManus S, Busslinger M. (2010) STAT5 in B cell development and leukemia. Current Opinion in Immunology. 22: 168-76
Malin S, McManus S, Cobaleda C, et al. (2010) Role of STAT5 in controlling cell survival and immunoglobulin gene recombination during pro-B cell development. Nature Immunology. 11: 171-9
Hewitt SL, Yin B, Ji Y, et al. (2009) RAG-1 and ATM coordinate monoallelic recombination and nuclear positioning of immunoglobulin loci. Nature Immunology. 10: 655-64
Decker T, Pasca di Magliano M, McManus S, et al. (2009) Stepwise activation of enhancer and promoter regions of the B cell commitment gene Pax5 in early lymphopoiesis. Immunity. 30: 508-20
Kwon K, Hutter C, Sun Q, et al. (2008) Instructive role of the transcription factor E2A in early B lymphopoiesis and germinal center B cell development. Immunity. 28: 751-62
Cobaleda C, Busslinger M. (2008) Developmental plasticity of lymphocytes. Current Opinion in Immunology. 20: 139-48
Cobaleda C, Jochum W, Busslinger M. (2007) Conversion of mature B cells into T cells by dedifferentiation to uncommitted progenitors. Nature. 449: 473-7
Schebesta A, McManus S, Salvagiotto G, et al. (2007) Transcription factor Pax5 activates the chromatin of key genes involved in B cell signaling, adhesion, migration, and immune function. Immunity. 27: 49-63
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