Samuel Marguerat
Samuel Marguerat
Group head, MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences, Imperial College London
Verified email at lms.mrc.ac.uk - Homepage
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Dynamic repertoire of a eukaryotic transcriptome surveyed at single-nucleotide resolution
BT Wilhelm, S Marguerat, S Watt, F Schubert, V Wood, I Goodhead, ...
Nature 453 (7199), 1239-1243, 2008
10242008
Tuning gene expression to changing environments: from rapid responses to evolutionary adaptation
L López-Maury, S Marguerat, J Bähler
Nature Reviews Genetics 9 (8), 583-593, 2008
6912008
RNA-seq: from technology to biology
S Marguerat, J Bähler
Cellular and molecular life sciences 67 (4), 569-579, 2010
5162010
Quantitative analysis of fission yeast transcriptomes and proteomes in proliferating and quiescent cells
S Marguerat, A Schmidt, S Codlin, W Chen, R Aebersold, J Bähler
Cell 151 (3), 671-683, 2012
4172012
Post-transcriptional control of gene expression: a genome-wide perspective
J Mata, S Marguerat, J Bähler
Trends in biochemical sciences 30 (9), 506-514, 2005
2972005
Quantitative impact of thymic clonal deletion on the T cell repertoire
JPM van Meerwijk, S Marguerat, RK Lees, RN Germain, BJ Fowlkes, ...
The Journal of experimental medicine 185 (3), 377-384, 1997
2351997
A network of multiple regulatory layers shapes gene expression in fission yeast
DH Lackner, TH Beilharz, S Marguerat, J Mata, S Watt, F Schubert, ...
Molecular cell 26 (1), 145-155, 2007
1882007
Interferon-α-induced endogenous superantigen: a model linking environment and autoimmunity
Y Stauffer, S Marguerat, F Meylan, C Ucla, N Sutkowski, B Huber, T Pelet, ...
Immunity 15 (4), 591-601, 2001
1592001
Next-generation sequencing: applications beyond genomes
S Marguerat, BT Wilhelm, J Bähler
Biochemical Society Transactions 36 (5), 1091-1096, 2008
1502008
Proportionality: a valid alternative to correlation for relative data
D Lovell, V Pawlowsky-Glahn, JJ Egozcue, S Marguerat, J Bähler
PLoS computational biology 11 (3), 2015
1442015
Coordinating genome expression with cell size
S Marguerat, J Bähler
Trends in Genetics 28 (11), 560-565, 2012
1222012
A simple method for directional transcriptome sequencing using Illumina technology
NJ Croucher, MC Fookes, TT Perkins, DJ Turner, SB Marguerat, T Keane, ...
Nucleic acids research 37 (22), e148-e148, 2009
1082009
A pre-mRNA degradation pathway that selectively targets intron-containing genes requires the nuclear poly (A)-binding protein
C Lemieux, S Marguerat, J Lafontaine, N Barbezier, J Bähler, F Bachand
Molecular cell 44 (1), 108-119, 2011
982011
Exploring long non-coding RNAs through sequencing
SR Atkinson, S Marguerat, J Bähler
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 23 (2), 200-205, 2012
922012
Fission yeast SWI/SNF and RSC complexes show compositional and functional differences from budding yeast
BJ Monahan, J Villén, S Marguerat, J Bähler, SP Gygi, F Winston
Nature structural & molecular biology 15 (8), 873, 2008
882008
Defining transcribed regions using RNA-seq
BT Wilhelm, S Marguerat, I Goodhead, J Bähler
Nature protocols 5 (2), 255, 2010
872010
The wound microenvironment reprograms Schwann cells to invasive mesenchymal-like cells to drive peripheral nerve regeneration
MP Clements, E Byrne, LFC Guerrero, AL Cattin, L Zakka, A Ashraf, ...
Neuron 96 (1), 98-114. e7, 2017
832017
The S. pombe SAGA complex controls the switch from proliferation to sexual differentiation through the opposing roles of its subunits Gcn5 and Spt8
D Helmlinger, S Marguerat, J Villén, SP Gygi, J Bähler, F Winston
Genes & development 22 (22), 3184-3195, 2008
782008
The more the merrier: comparative analysis of microarray studies on cell cycle‐regulated genes in fission yeast
S Marguerat, TS Jensen, U de Lichtenberg, BT Wilhelm, LJ Jensen, ...
Yeast 23 (4), 261-277, 2006
772006
The RNA exosome promotes transcription termination of backtracked RNA polymerase II
JF Lemay, M Larochelle, S Marguerat, S Atkinson, J Bähler, F Bachand
Nature structural & molecular biology 21 (10), 919-926, 2014
752014
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