1. Ocampo J, Chereji RV, Eriksson PR, Clark DJ. (2019). Contrasting roles of the RSC and ISW1/CHD1 chromatin remodelers in RNA polymerase II elongation and termination. Genome Research 29, 407-417. PMID:30683752.
  2. Rawal Y, Chereji RV, Qiu H, Ananthakrishnanan S, Govind CK, Clark DJ, Hinnebusch AG (2018). SWI/SNF and RSC cooperate to reposition and evict promoter nucleosomes at highly expressed genes in yeast. Genes & Development 32, 695-710. PMID:29785963
  3. Rawal Y, Chereji RV, Valabhoju V, Qiu H, Ocampo J, Clark DJ, Hinnebusch AG (2018). Gcn4 binding in coding regions can activate internal and canonical 5'-promoters in yeast. Molecular Cell 70, 297-311. PMID:29628310
  4. Chereji RV, Ocampo J, Clark DJ. (2017). MNase-sensitive complexes in yeast: nucleosomes and non-histone barriers. Molecular Cell. 65, 565-577. PMID:28157509
  5. Ocampo J, Chereji RV, Eriksson PR, Clark DJ. (2016). The ISW1 and CHD1 ATP-dependent chromatin remodelers compete to set nucleosome spacing in vivo. Nucleic Acids Research. 44, 4625-4635. PMID:26861626
  6. Qiu H, Chereji RV, Hu C, Cole HA, Rawal Y, Clark DJ, Hinnebusch AG. (2016). Genome-wide cooperation by HAT Gcn5, remodeler SWI/SNF, and chaperone Ydj1 in promoter nucleosome eviction and transcriptional activation. Genome Research. 26, 211-225. PMID:26602697
  7. Cole HA, Cui F, Ocampo J, Burke TL, Nikitina T, Nagarajavel V, Kotomura N, Zhurkin VB, Clark DJ. (2016). Novel nucleosomal particles containing core histones and linker DNA but no histone H1. Nucleic Acids Research. 44, 573-581. PMID:26400169
  8. Cole HA, Ocampo J, Iben JR, Chereji RV, Clark DJ. (2014). Heavy transcription of yeast genes correlates with differential loss of histone H2B relative to H4 and queued RNA polymerases. Nucleic Acids Research. 42, 12512-12522. PMID:25348398
  9. Ganguli D, Chereji RV, Iben JR, Cole HA, Clark DJ. (2014). RSC-dependent constructive and destructive interference between opposing arrays of phased nucleosomes in yeast. Genome Research 24, 1637-1649. PMID:25015381

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