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Papers associated with kmt2d

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A convergent molecular network underlying autism and congenital heart disease., Rosenthal SB, Willsey HR, Xu Y, Xu Y, Mei Y, Dea J, Wang S, Curtis C, Sempou E, Khokha MK, Chi NC, Willsey AJ, Fisch KM, Ideker T., Cell Syst. August 13, 2021;             


Using Xenopus to analyze neurocristopathies like Kabuki syndrome., Schwenty-Lara J, Pauli S, Borchers A., Genesis. January 1, 2021; 59 (1-2): e23404.      


The histone methyltransferase KMT2D, mutated in Kabuki syndrome patients, is required for neural crest cell formation and migration., Schwenty-Lara J, Nehl D, Borchers A., Hum Mol Genet. January 1, 2020; 29 (2): 305-319.                


Loss of function of Kmt2d, a gene mutated in Kabuki syndrome, affects heart development in Xenopus laevis., Schwenty-Lara J, Nürnberger A, Borchers A., Dev Dyn. January 1, 2019; 248 (6): 465-476.                  


A phospho-dependent mechanism involving NCoR and KMT2D controls a permissive chromatin state at Notch target genes., Oswald F, Rodriguez P, Giaimo BD, Antonello ZA, Mira L, Mittler G, Thiel VN, Collins KJ, Tabaja N, Cizelsky W, Rothe M, Kühl SJ, Kühl SJ, Kühl M, Ferrante F, Hein K, Kovall RA, Dominguez M, Borggrefe T., Nucleic Acids Res. January 1, 2016; 44 (10): 4703-20.                              


WDR5 associates with histone H3 methylated at K4 and is essential for H3 K4 methylation and vertebrate development., Wysocka J, Swigut T, Milne TA, Dou Y, Zhang X, Burlingame AL, Roeder RG, Brivanlou AH, Allis CD., Cell. June 17, 2005; 121 (6): 859-72.  

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