Sridhar Rao
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A protein interaction network for pluripotency of embryonic stem cells
J Wang, S Rao, J Chu, X Shen, DN Levasseur, TW Theunissen, SH Orkin
Nature 444 (7117), 364-368, 2006
Tet1 and Tet2 regulate 5-hydroxymethylcytosine production and cell lineage specification in mouse embryonic stem cells
KP Koh, A Yabuuchi, S Rao, Y Huang, K Cunniff, J Nardone, A Laiho, ...
Cell stem cell 8 (2), 200-213, 2011
Differential roles of Sall4 isoforms in embryonic stem cell pluripotency
S Rao, S Zhen, S Roumiantsev, LT McDonald, GC Yuan, SH Orkin
Molecular and cellular biology 30 (22), 5364-5380, 2010
Heterogeneity of human bone marrow and blood natural killer cells defined by single-cell transcriptome
C Yang, JR Siebert, R Burns, ZJ Gerbec, B Bonacci, A Rymaszewski, ...
Nature Communications 10 (1), 3931, 2019
PU. 1 and Spi-B are required for normal B cell receptor–mediated signal transduction
LA Garrett-Sinha, GH Su, S Rao, S Kabak, Z Hao, MR Clark, MC Simon
Immunity 10 (4), 399-408, 1999
Ruxolitinib for treatment of refractory hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis
L Broglie, L Pommert, S Rao, M Thakar, R Phelan, D Margolis, J Talano
Blood advances 1 (19), 1533, 2017
The transcriptional network controlling pluripotency in ES cells
SH Orkin, J Wang, J Kim, J Chu, S Rao, TW Theunissen, X Shen, ...
Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology 73, 195-202, 2008
Gel-entrapment bioartificial liver therapy in galactosamine hepatitis
TD Sielaff, MY Hu, B Amiot, MD Rollins, S Rao, B McGuire, JR Bloomer, ...
Journal of Surgical Research 59 (1), 179-184, 1995
A human pluripotent stem cell surface N-glycoproteome resource reveals markers, extracellular epitopes, and drug targets
KR Boheler, S Bhattacharya, EM Kropp, S Chuppa, DR Riordon, ...
Stem cell reports 3 (1), 185-203, 2014
IQGAP1: insights into the function of a molecular puppeteer
AM Abel, KM Schuldt, K Rajasekaran, D Hwang, MJ Riese, S Rao, ...
Molecular immunology 65 (2), 336-349, 2015
Super-enhancers at the Nanog locus differentially regulate neighboring pluripotency-associated genes
S Blinka, MH Reimer, K Pulakanti, S Rao
Cell reports 17 (1), 19-28, 2016
A technique for porcine hepatocyte harvest and description of differentiated metabolic functions in static culture
TD Sielaff, MY Hu, S Rao, K Groehler, D Olson, HJ Mann, RP Remmel, ...
Transplantation 59 (10), 1459-1463, 1995
PU. 1 exhibits partial functional redundancy with Spi-B, but not with Ets-1 or Elf-1
LA Garrett-Sinha, R Dahl, S Rao, KP Barton, MC Simon
Blood, The Journal of the American Society of Hematology 97 (9), 2908-2912, 2001
Enhancer transcribed RNAs arise from hypomethylated, Tet-occupied genomic regions
K Pulakanti, L Pinello, C Stelloh, S Blinka, J Allred, S Milanovich, ...
Epigenetics 8 (12), 1303-1320, 2013
PU. 1/Spi-B regulation of c-rel is essential for mature B cell survival
CJ Hu, S Rao, DL Ramirez-Bergeron, LA Garrett-Sinha, S Gerondakis, ...
Immunity 15 (4), 545-555, 2001
A cell surfaceome map for immunophenotyping and sorting pluripotent stem cells
RL Gundry, DR Riordon, Y Tarasova, S Chuppa, S Bhattacharya, ...
Molecular & Cellular Proteomics 11 (8), 303-316, 2012
The cohesin subunit Rad21 is a negative regulator of hematopoietic self-renewal through epigenetic repression of Hoxa7 and Hoxa9
JB Fisher, J Peterson, M Reimer, C Stelloh, K Pulakanti, ZJ Gerbec, ...
Leukemia 31 (3), 712-719, 2017
Spi-B can functionally replace PU. 1 in myeloid but not lymphoid development
R Dahl, DL Ramirez-Bergeron, S Rao, MC Simon
The EMBO journal 21 (9), 2220-2230, 2002
The Ets Factors PU. 1 and Spi-B Regulate the Transcriptionin Vivo of P2Y10, a Lymphoid Restricted Heptahelical Receptor
S Rao, LA Garrett-Sinha, J Yoon, MC Simon
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274 (48), 34245-34252, 1999
SPI-B activates transcription via a unique proline, serine, and threonine domain and exhibits DNA binding affinity differences from PU. 1
S Rao, A Matsumura, J Yoon, MC Simon
Journal of biological chemistry 274 (16), 11115-11124, 1999
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