Knoepfler Lab Publications


Epigenetic mechanisms of tumorigenicity manifesting in stem cells. Tung PY, Knoepfler PS. Oncogene. Jun 16;0. doi: 10.1038/onc.2014.172. [Epub ahead of print]

Histone H3.3 regulates dynamic chromatin states during spermatogenesis. Yuen BT, Bush KM, Barrilleaux BL, Cotterman R, Knoepfler PS. Development. 2014 Aug 19. pii: dev.106450. [Epub ahead of print]

Miz-1 Activates Gene Expression via a Novel Consensus DNA Binding Motif.. Barrilleaux BL, Burow D, Lockwood SH, Yu A, Segal DJ, Knoepfler PS. PLoS One. 2014 Jul 1;9(7):e101151. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0101151. eCollection 2014.



Histone H3. 3 Mutations: A Variant Path to Cancer. BTK Yuen, PS Knoepfler. Cancer cell 24 (5), 567-574.

Identification of DPPA4 and DPPA2 as a Novel Family of Pluripotency‐Related Oncogenes. PY Tung, NV Varlakhanova, PS Knoepfler. STEM CELLS 31 (11), 2330-2342.

Key Action Items for the Stem Cell Field: Looking Ahead to 2014. PS Knoepfler. Stem cells and development.

Scientists: you really need to get out of the lab more. Knoepfler PS. Nat Med. 2013 Sep 6;19(9):1086. doi: 10.1038/nm0913-1086.

Chromatin immunoprecipitation assays for myc and N-myc. Barrilleaux BL, Cotterman R, Knoepfler PS. The Myc Gene, 117-133.

Automation of Library Preparation for High-resolution ChIP-seq Profiling. IM Henry, R Cotterman, P Knoepfler, L Comai, RW Kim, H O’Geen. Journal of Biomolecular Techniques. 2013. JBT 24 (Suppl), S45.

Laskowski AI and Knoepfler PSMyc binds the pluripotency factor Utf1 through the basic-helix-loop-helix leucine zipper domain. Biochemical and biophysical research communications.

Endogenous mammalian histone H3.3 exhibits chromatin-related functions during development. Bush KM, Yuen BT, Barrilleaux BL, Riggs JW, O Geen H, Cotterman R, Knoepfler PS. Epigenetics Chromatin. 2013 Apr 9;6(1):7.

Riggs JW, Barrilleaux B, Varlakhanova N, Bush K, Chan V, and Knoepfler PSInduced pluripotency and oncogenic transformation are related processes. Stem Cells & Dev. 2013 Jan 1;22(1):37-50.

Knoepfler PS. Call for fellowship programs in stem cell-based regenerative and cellular medicine: new stem cell training is essential for physicians. Regen Med. 2013 Mar;8(2):223-5.

2 thoughts on “Knoepfler Lab Publications”

  1. I have read the blog with the outmost interest. I am an MD PhD working in Chile. Dr. Knoepfler, which would you say is the best training a physician with interest in stem cells can pursue in the topic at this moment?

    1. Most old-school stem cell biologists started out as immunologists.
      Since use of flow cytometry is key for analysis of sub-populations of cells, immunologists already had a head-start over others since they used FACS routinely, and performed much analysis on cell-surface marker proteins.
      Today, who knows if this is still the case since stem cell biology is its own field.

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