Aaron J. Donner, Ph.D. - Publications

2010 Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
Molecular Biology

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Year Citation  Score
2010 Galbraith MD, Donner AJ, Espinosa JM. CDK8: a positive regulator of transcription. Transcription. 1: 4-12. PMID 21327159 DOI: 10.4161/trns.1.1.12373  0.6
2010 Donner AJ, Ebmeier CC, Taatjes DJ, Espinosa JM. CDK8 is a positive regulator of transcriptional elongation within the serum response network. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology. 17: 194-201. PMID 20098423 DOI: 10.1038/Nsmb.1752  0.44
2009 Beckerman R, Donner AJ, Mattia M, Peart MJ, Manley JL, Espinosa JM, Prives C. A role for Chk1 in blocking transcriptional elongation of p21 RNA during the S-phase checkpoint. Genes & Development. 23: 1364-77. PMID 19487575 DOI: 10.1101/Gad.1795709  0.44
2009 Knuesel MT, Meyer KD, Donner AJ, Espinosa JM, Taatjes DJ. The human CDK8 subcomplex is a histone kinase that requires Med12 for activity and can function independently of mediator. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 29: 650-61. PMID 19047373 DOI: 10.1128/Mcb.00993-08  0.44
2008 Meyer KD, Donner AJ, Knuesel MT, York AG, Espinosa JM, Taatjes DJ. Cooperative activity of cdk8 and GCN5L within Mediator directs tandem phosphoacetylation of histone H3. The Embo Journal. 27: 1447-57. PMID 18418385 DOI: 10.1038/Emboj.2008.78  0.44
2007 Donner AJ, Hoover JM, Szostek SA, Espinosa JM. Stimulus-specific transcriptional regulation within the p53 network. Cell Cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 6: 2594-8. PMID 17957141 DOI: 10.4161/Cc.6.21.4893  0.44
2007 Donner AJ, Szostek S, Hoover JM, Espinosa JM. CDK8 is a stimulus-specific positive coregulator of p53 target genes. Molecular Cell. 27: 121-33. PMID 17612495 DOI: 10.1016/J.Molcel.2007.05.026  0.44
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