Erik C. Andersen, PhD

Affiliations: 
Molecular Biosciences Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Area:
Quantitative Genetics, Genetics, Genomics, Development, C. elegans
Website:
http://www.molbiosci.northwestern.edu/people/core-faculty/erik-andersen.html
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Bio:

https://github.com/AndersenLab/cv/blob/master/Andersen_CV.pdf
Andersen, Erik C The synthetic multivulva genes and their suppressors regulate opposing cell fates through chromatin remodeling Thesis (Ph. D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Biology, February 2008.

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H. Robert Horvitz grad student 2000-2008 MIT
 (The synthetic multivulva genes and their suppressors regulate opposing cell fates through chromatin remodeling.)

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Mostafa Zamanian grad student 2014-2016
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Andersen EC, Saffer AM, Horvitz HR. (2008) Multiple levels of redundant processes inhibit Caenorhabditis elegans vulval cell fates. Genetics. 179: 2001-12
Andersen EC, Horvitz HR. (2007) Two C. elegans histone methyltransferases repress lin-3 EGF transcription to inhibit vulval development. Development (Cambridge, England). 134: 2991-9
Reddien PW, Andersen EC, Huang MC, et al. (2007) DPL-1 DP, LIN-35 Rb and EFL-1 E2F act with the MCD-1 zinc-finger protein to promote programmed cell death in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics. 175: 1719-33
Andersen EC, Lu X, Horvitz HR. (2006) C. elegans ISWI and NURF301 antagonize an Rb-like pathway in the determination of multiple cell fates. Development (Cambridge, England). 133: 2695-704
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