Patrick Varga-Weisz
Patrick Varga-Weisz
Babraham Institute/ University of Essex
Verified email at babraham.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Chromatin-remodelling factor CHRAC contains the ATPases ISWI and topoisomerase II
PD Varga-Weisz, M Wilm, E Bonte, K Dumas, M Mann, PB Becker
Nature 388 (6642), 598, 1997
5871997
SATB1 targets chromatin remodelling to regulate genes over long distances
D Yasui, M Miyano, S Cai, P Varga-Weisz, T Kohwi-Shigematsu
Nature 419 (6907), 641, 2002
4462002
An ACF1–ISWI chromatin-remodeling complex is required for DNA replication through heterochromatin
N Collins, RA Poot, I Kukimoto, C García-Jiménez, G Dellaire, ...
Nature genetics 32 (4), 627, 2002
3232002
WSTF–ISWI chromatin remodeling complex targets heterochromatic replication foci
L Bozhenok, PA Wade, P Varga‐Weisz
The EMBO Journal 21 (9), 2231-2241, 2002
2412002
HuCHRAC, a human ISWI chromatin remodelling complex contains hACF1 and two novel histone‐fold proteins
RA Poot, G Dellaire, BB Hülsmann, MA Grimaldi, DFV Corona, PB Becker, ...
The EMBO Journal 19 (13), 3377-3387, 2000
2062000
The Williams syndrome transcription factor interacts with PCNA to target chromatin remodelling by ISWI to replication foci
RA Poot, L Bozhenok, DLC van den Berg, S Steffensen, F Ferreira, ...
Nature cell biology 6 (12), 1236, 2004
1952004
Energy‐dependent chromatin accessibility and nucleosome mobility in a cell‐free system.
PD Varga‐Weisz, TA Blank, PB Becker
The EMBO Journal 14 (10), 2209-2216, 1995
1741995
Acf1, the largest subunit of CHRAC, regulates ISWI‐induced nucleosome remodelling
A Eberharter, S Ferrari, G Längst, T Straub, A Imhof, P Varga‐Weisz, ...
The EMBO journal 20 (14), 3781-3788, 2001
1532001
ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling factors: nucleosome shufflers with many missions
P Varga-Weisz
Oncogene 20 (24), 3076, 2001
1492001
Chromatin-remodeling factors: machines that regulate?
PD Varga-Weisz, PB Becker
Current opinion in cell biology 10 (3), 346-353, 1998
1431998
Chromatin remodeling by GAGA factor and heat shock factor at the hypersensitive Drosophila hsp26 promoter in vitro.
G Wall, PD Varga‐Weisz, R Sandaltzopoulos, PB Becker
The EMBO Journal 14 (8), 1727-1736, 1995
1211995
Regulation of higher-order chromatin structures by nucleosome-remodelling factors
PD Varga-Weisz, PB Becker
Current opinion in genetics & development 16 (2), 151-156, 2006
1182006
Sequence of the Octopus dofleini hemocyanin subunit: structural and evolutionary implications1
KI Miller, ME Cuff, WF Lang, P Varga-Weisz, KG Field, KE van Holde
Journal of molecular biology 278 (4), 827-842, 1998
1161998
Maintenance of silent chromatin through replication requires SWI/SNF-like chromatin remodeler SMARCAD1
SP Rowbotham, L Barki, A Neves-Costa, F Santos, W Dean, N Hawkes, ...
Molecular cell 42 (3), 285-296, 2011
1062011
In vitro chromatin remodelling by chromatin accessibility complex (CHRAC) at the SV40 origin of DNA replication
V Alexiadis, PD Varga‐Weisz, E Bonte, PB Becker, C Gruss
The EMBO Journal 17 (12), 3428-3438, 1998
931998
Binding of histones H1 and H5 and their globular domains to four-way junction DNA
P Varga-Weisz, J Zlatanova, SH Leuba, GP Schroth, K van Holde
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (9), 3525-3529, 1994
911994
Two histone fold proteins, CHRAC‐14 and CHRAC‐16, are developmentally regulated subunits of chromatin accessibility complex (CHRAC)
DFV Corona, A Eberharter, A Budde, R Deuring, S Ferrari, P Varga‐Weisz, ...
The EMBO journal 19 (12), 3049-3059, 2000
822000
Preferential binding of histone H1 to four-way helical junction DNA.
P Varga-Weisz, K Van Holde, J Zlatanova
Journal of Biological Chemistry 268 (28), 20699-20700, 1993
761993
The histone-fold protein complex CHRAC-15/17 enhances nucleosome sliding and assembly mediated by ACF
I Kukimoto, S Elderkin, M Grimaldi, T Oelgeschläger, PD Varga-Weisz
Molecular cell 13 (2), 265-277, 2004
682004
The SNF2-family member Fun30 promotes gene silencing in heterochromatic loci
A Neves-Costa, WR Will, AT Vetter, JR Miller, P Varga-Weisz
PLoS One 4 (12), e8111, 2009
602009
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