Jennifer Wygoda Israel - Publications

Affiliations: 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine 
Area:
genomics, evolution

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Year Citation  Score
2020 Wang L, Israel JW, Edgar A, Raff RA, Raff EC, Byrne M, Wray GA. Genetic basis for divergence in developmental gene expression in two closely related sea urchins. Nature Ecology & Evolution. PMID 32284581 DOI: 10.1038/S41559-020-1165-Y  0.645
2020 Keele GR, Quach BC, Israel JW, Chappell GA, Lewis L, Safi A, Simon JM, Cotney P, Crawford GE, Valdar W, Rusyn I, Furey TS. Integrative QTL analysis of gene expression and chromatin accessibility identifies multi-tissue patterns of genetic regulation. Plos Genetics. 16: e1008537. PMID 31961859 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pgen.1008537  0.678
2018 Israel JW, Chappell GA, Simon JM, Pott S, Safi A, Lewis L, Cotney P, Boulos HS, Bodnar W, Lieb JD, Crawford GE, Furey TS, Rusyn I. Tissue- and strain-specific effects of a genotoxic carcinogen 1,3-butadiene on chromatin and transcription. Mammalian Genome : Official Journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society. PMID 29429127 DOI: 10.1007/S00335-018-9739-6  0.612
2017 Chappell GA, Israel JW, Simon JM, Pott S, Safi A, Eklund K, Sexton KG, Bodnar W, Lieb JD, Crawford GE, Rusyn I, Furey TS. Variation in DNA-Damage Responses to an Inhalational Carcinogen (1,3-Butadiene) in Relation to Strain-Specific Differences in Chromatin Accessibility and Gene Transcription Profiles in C57BL/6J and CAST/EiJ Mice. Environmental Health Perspectives. 125: 107006. PMID 29038090 DOI: 10.1289/Ehp1937  0.695
2016 Weiser M, Simon JM, Kochar B, Tovar A, Israel JW, Robinson A, Gipson GR, Schaner MS, Herfarth HH, Sartor RB, McGovern DP, Rahbar R, Sadiq TS, Koruda MJ, Furey TS, et al. Molecular classification of Crohn's disease reveals two clinically relevant subtypes. Gut. PMID 27742763 DOI: 10.1136/Gutjnl-2016-312518  0.533
2016 Israel JW, Martik ML, Byrne M, Raff EC, Raff RA, McClay DR, Wray GA. Comparative Developmental Transcriptomics Reveals Rewiring of a Highly Conserved Gene Regulatory Network during a Major Life History Switch in the Sea Urchin Genus Heliocidaris. Plos Biology. 14: e1002391. PMID 26943850 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pbio.1002391  0.598
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