Sarah Hainer
Sarah Hainer
Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh
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High-resolution mapping of chromatin packaging in mouse embryonic stem cells and sperm
BR Carone, JH Hung, SJ Hainer, MT Chou, DM Carone, Z Weng, ...
Developmental cell 30 (1), 11-22, 2014
Intergenic transcription causes repression by directing nucleosome assembly
SJ Hainer, JA Pruneski, RD Mitchell, RM Monteverde, JA Martens
Genes & development 25 (1), 29-40, 2011
Profiling of pluripotency factors in single cells and early embryos
SJ Hainer, A Bošković, KN McCannell, OJ Rando, TG Fazzio
Cell 177 (5), 1319-1329. e11, 2019
Suppression of pervasive noncoding transcription in embryonic stem cells by esBAF
SJ Hainer, W Gu, BR Carone, BD Landry, OJ Rando, CC Mello, TG Fazzio
Genes & development 29 (4), 362-378, 2015
Genomic methods in profiling DNA accessibility and factor localization
DC Klein, SJ Hainer
Chromosome Research 28 (1), 69-85, 2020
The Paf1 complex represses SER3 transcription in Saccharomyces cerevisiae by facilitating intergenic transcription-dependent nucleosome occupancy of the SER3 promoter
JA Pruneski, SJ Hainer, KO Petrov, JA Martens
Eukaryotic cell 10 (10), 1283-1294, 2011
High‐Resolution Chromatin Profiling Using CUT&RUN
SJ Hainer, TG Fazzio
Current protocols in molecular biology 126 (1), e85, 2019
Identification of histone mutants that are defective for transcription-coupled nucleosome occupancy
SJ Hainer, JA Martens
Molecular and cellular biology 31 (17), 3557-3568, 2011
Super-resolution imaging reveals the evolution of higher-order chromatin folding in early carcinogenesis
J Xu, H Ma, H Ma, W Jiang, CA Mela, M Duan, S Zhao, C Gao, ER Hahm, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-17, 2020
Regulation of nucleosome architecture and factor binding revealed by nuclease footprinting of the ESC genome
SJ Hainer, TG Fazzio
Cell reports 13 (1), 61-69, 2015
Identification of mutant versions of the Spt16 histone chaperone that are defective for transcription-coupled nucleosome occupancy in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
SJ Hainer, BA Charsar, SB Cohen, JA Martens
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 2 (5), 555-567, 2012
The classic metal‐sensing transcription factor MTF1 promotes myogenesis in response to copper
C Tavera‐Montañez, SJ Hainer, D Cangussu, SJV Gordon, Y Xiao, ...
The FASEB Journal 33 (12), 14556-14574, 2019
KAT-independent gene regulation by Tip60 promotes ESC self-renewal but not pluripotency
D Acharya, SJ Hainer, Y Yoon, F Wang, I Bach, JA Rivera-Pérez, ...
Cell reports 19 (4), 671-679, 2017
DNA methylation directs genomic localization of Mbd2 and Mbd3 in embryonic stem cells
SJ Hainer, KN McCannell, J Yu, LS Ee, LJ Zhu, OJ Rando, TG Fazzio
Elife 5, e21964, 2016
Modeling methyl-sensitive transcription factor motifs with an expanded epigenetic alphabet
C Viner, CA Ishak, J Johnson, NJ Walker, H Shi, MK Sjöberg-Herrera, ...
bioRxiv, 043794, 2022
Profiling of pluripotency factors in individual stem cells and early embryos
SJ Hainer, A Bošković, OJ Rando, TG Fazzio
bioRxiv, 286351, 2018
Unbiased chromatin accessibility profiling by RED-seq uncovers unique features of nucleosome variants in vivo
PB Chen, LJ Zhu, SJ Hainer, KN McCannell, TG Fazzio
BMC genomics 15 (1), 1-18, 2014
Transcription of ncDNA: Many roads lead to local gene regulation
SJ Hainer, JA Martens
Transcription 2 (3), 120-123, 2011
Non-Coding RNAs and nucleosome remodeling complexes: An intricate regulatory relationship
BJ Patty, SJ Hainer
Biology 9 (8), 213, 2020
Transcription factor chromatin profiling genome-wide using uliCUT&RUN in single cells and individual blastocysts
BJ Patty, SJ Hainer
Nature protocols 16 (5), 2633-2666, 2021
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