Chao Xu
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Structure and function of WD40 domain proteins
C Xu, J Min
Protein & Cell 2 (3), 202-214, 2011
Structural basis for selective binding of m 6 A RNA by the YTHDC1 YTH domain
C Xu, X Wang, K Liu, IA Roundtree, W Tempel, Y Li, Z Lu, C He, J Min
Nature chemical biology 10 (11), 927-929, 2014
Tet3 CXXC Domain and Dioxygenase Activity Cooperatively Regulate Key Genes for Xenopus Eye and Neural Development
Y Xu*, C Xu*, A Kato*, W Tempel, JG Abreu, C Bian, Y Hu, D Hu, B Zhao, ...
Cell 151 (6), 1200-1213, 2012
Binding of different histone marks differentially regulates the activity and specificity of polycomb repressive complex 2 (PRC2)
C Xu, C Bian, W Yang, M Galka, H Ouyang, C Chen, W Qiu, H Liu, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (45), 19266-19271, 2010
Sgf29 binds histone H3K4me2/3 and is required for SAGA complex recruitment and histone H3 acetylation
C Bian*, C Xu*, J Ruan*, KK Lee*, TL Burke*, W Tempel, D Barsyte, J Li, ...
The EMBO journal 30 (14), 2829-2842, 2011
Mouse Piwi interactome identifies binding mechanism of Tdrkh Tudor domain to arginine methylated Miwi
C Chen, J Jin, DA James, MA Adams-Cioaba, JG Park, Y Guo, E Tenaglia, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (48), 20336, 2009
Structural and Histone Binding Ability Characterizations of Human PWWP Domains
H Wu, H Zeng, R Lam, W Tempel, MF Amaya, C Xu, L Dombrovski, W Qiu, ...
PloS one 6 (6), e18919, 2011
Structural basis for recognition of arginine methylated Piwi proteins by the extended Tudor domain
K Liu, C Chen, Y Guo, R Lam, C Bian, C Xu, DY Zhao, J Jin, F MacKenzie, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (43), 18398-18403, 2010
A chromatin-dependent role of the fragile X mental retardation protein FMRP in the DNA damage response
R Alpatov, BJ Lesch, M Nakamoto-Kinoshita, A Blanco, S Chen, A Stützer, ...
Cell 157 (4), 869-881, 2014
Solution structure of human Brg1 bromodomain and its specific binding to acetylated histone tails
W Shen, C Xu, W Huang, J Zhang, JE Carlson, X Tu, J Wu, Y Shi
Biochemistry 46 (8), 2100-2110, 2007
Structural basis for the discriminative recognition of N6-methyladenosine RNA by the human YT521-B homology domain family of proteins
C Xu, K Liu, H Ahmed, P Loppnau, M Schapira, J Min
Journal of Biological Chemistry 290 (41), 24902-24913, 2015
The structural basis for selective binding of non-methylated CpG islands by the CFP1 CXXC domain
C Xu, C Bian, R Lam, A Dong, J Min
Nature communications 2, 227, 2011
Structures of human ALKBH5 demethylase reveal a unique binding mode for specific single-stranded N6-methyladenosine RNA demethylation
C Xu, K Liu, W Tempel, M Demetriades, WS Aik, CJ Schofield, J Min
Journal of Biological Chemistry 289 (25), 17299-17311, 2014
YTH domain: A family of N6-methyladenosine (m6A) readers
S Liao, H Sun, C Xu
Genomics, proteomics & bioinformatics 16 (2), 99-107, 2018
Pup, a prokaryotic ubiquitin-like protein, is an intrinsically disordered protein
S Liao, Q Shang, X Zhang, J Zhang, C Xu, X Tu
Biochemical Journal 422 (2), 207-215, 2009
Structural basis for the recognition of methylated histone H3K36 by the Eaf3 subunit of histone deacetylase complex Rpd3S
C Xu, G Cui, MV Botuyan, G Mer
Structure 16 (11), 1740-1750, 2008
RPRD1A and RPRD1B are human RNA polymerase II C-terminal domain scaffolds for Ser5 dephosphorylation
Z Ni*, C Xu*, X Guo, GO Hunter, OV Kuznetsova, W Tempel, E Marcon, ...
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, 2014
Chemical basis for the recognition of trimethyllysine by epigenetic reader proteins
JJAG Kamps, J Huang, J Poater, C Xu, BJGE Pieters, A Dong, J Min, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-12, 2015
Structural basis for the recognition and cleavage of histone H3 by cathepsin L
MA Adams-Cioaba, JC Krupa, C Xu, JS Mort, J Min
Nature Communications 2, 197, 2011
Structural studies of the tandem Tudor domains of fragile X mental retardation related proteins FXR1 and FXR2
MA Adams-Cioaba, Y Guo, CB Bian, MF Amaya, R Lam, GA Wasney, ...
PLoS One 5 (11), e13559, 2010
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