Chris A Brackley
Chris A Brackley
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Nonspecific bridging-induced attraction drives clustering of DNA-binding proteins and genome organization
CA Brackley, S Taylor, A Papantonis, PR Cook, D Marenduzzo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (38), E3605-E3611, 2013
Simulated binding of transcription factors to active and inactive regions folds human chromosomes into loops, rosettes and topological domains
CA Brackley, J Johnson, S Kelly, PR Cook, D Marenduzzo
Nucleic acids research 44 (8), 3503-3512, 2016
HMGB2 loss upon senescence entry disrupts genomic organization and induces CTCF clustering across cell types
A Zirkel, M Nikolic, K Sofiadis, JP Mallm, CA Brackley, H Gothe, ...
Molecular cell 70 (4), 730-744. e6, 2018
Nonequilibrium chromosome looping via molecular slip links
CA Brackley, J Johnson, D Michieletto, AN Morozov, M Nicodemi, ...
Physical review letters 119 (13), 138101, 2017
Predicting the three-dimensional folding of cis-regulatory regions in mammalian genomes using bioinformatic data and polymer models
CA Brackley, JM Brown, D Waithe, C Babbs, J Davies, JR Hughes, ...
Genome Biology 17 (1), 1-16, 2016
Polymer simulations of heteromorphic chromatin predict the 3D folding of complex genomic loci
A Buckle, CA Brackley, S Boyle, D Marenduzzo, N Gilbert
Molecular cell 72 (4), 786-797. e11, 2018
Intracellular facilitated diffusion: searchers, crowders, and blockers
CA Brackley, ME Cates, D Marenduzzo
Physical review letters 111 (10), 108101, 2013
Ephemeral protein binding to DNA shapes stable nuclear bodies and chromatin domains
CA Brackley, B Liebchen, D Michieletto, F Mouvet, PR Cook, ...
Biophysical journal 112 (6), 1085-1093, 2017
Facilitated diffusion on mobile DNA: configurational traps and sequence heterogeneity
CA Brackley, ME Cates, D Marenduzzo
Physical review letters 109 (16), 168103, 2012
The dynamics of supply and demand in mRNA translation
CA Brackley, MC Romano, M Thiel
PLoS Computational Biology 7 (10), e1002203, 2011
Exploiting native forces to capture chromosome conformation in mammalian cell nuclei
L Brant, T Georgomanolis, M Nikolic, CA Brackley, P Kolovos, ...
Molecular Systems Biology 12 (12), 891, 2016
Polymer modeling predicts chromosome reorganization in senescence
M Chiang, D Michieletto, CA Brackley, N Rattanavirotkul, H Mohammed, ...
Cell reports 28 (12), 3212-3223. e6, 2019
A max-plus model of ribosome dynamics during mRNA translation
CA Brackley, DS Broomhead, MC Romano, M Thiel
Journal of Theoretical Biology 303, 128-140, 2012
Mechanistic modeling of chromatin folding to understand function
CA Brackey, D Marenduzzo, N Gilbert
NATURE METHODS 17 (6), 643-643, 2020
Extrusion without a motor: a new take on the loop extrusion model of genome organization
CA Brackley, J Johnson, D Michieletto, AN Morozov, M Nicodemi, ...
Nucleus 9 (1), 95-103, 2018
Stochastic model of supercoiling-dependent transcription
CA Brackley, J Johnson, A Bentivoglio, S Corless, N Gilbert, G Gonnella, ...
Physical review letters 117 (1), 018101, 2016
Models for twistable elastic polymers in Brownian dynamics, and their implementation for LAMMPS
CA Brackley, AN Morozov, D Marenduzzo
The Journal of chemical physics 140 (13), 04B603_1, 2014
Random fluctuations of the firing rate function in a continuum neural field model
CA Brackley, MS Turner
Physical Review E 75 (4), 041913, 2007
A simple model for DNA bridging proteins and bacterial or human genomes: bridging-induced attraction and genome compaction
J Johnson, CA Brackley, PR Cook, D Marenduzzo
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 27 (6), 064119, 2015
Nucleosome positions alone can be used to predict domains in yeast chromosomes
O Wiese, D Marenduzzo, CA Brackley
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (35), 17307-17315, 2019
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