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Qin W, Ugur E, Mulholland CB, Bultmann S, Solovei I, Modic M, Smets M, Wierer M, Forné I, Imhof A, Cardoso MC and Leonhardt H (2021). Phosphorylation of the HP1β hinge region sequesters KAP1 in heterochromatin and promotes the exit from naïve pluripotency. Nucleic Acids Res., 49, 7406-7423. PubMed

Kempf JM, Weser S, Bartoschek MD, Metzeler KH, Vick B, Herold T, Völse K, Mattes R, Scholz M, Wange LE, Festini M, Ugur E, Roas M, Weigert O, Bultmann S, Leonhardt H, Schotta G, Hiddemann W, Jeremias I and Spiekermann K (2021). Loss-of-function mutations in the histone methyltransferase EZH2 promote chemotherapy resistance in AML. Sci Rep., 11, 5838. PubMed

Bartoschek MD, Ugur E, Nguyen TA, Rodschinka G, Wierer M, Lang K and Bultmann S (2021). Identification of permissive amber suppression sites for efficient non-canonical amino acid incorporation in mammalian cells. Nucleic Acids Res., 2021 Mar 3. PubMed

Qin W, Stengl A, Ugur E, Leidescher S, Ryan J, Cardoso MC and Leonhardt H (2021). HP1β carries an acidic linker domain and requires H3K9me3 for phase separation. Nucleus, 12, 44-57. PubMed

Mulholland CB, Nishiyama A, Ryan J, Nakamura R, Yiğit M, Glück IM, Trummer C, Qin W, Bartoschek MD, Traube FR, Parsa E, Ugur E, Modic M, Acharya A, Stolz P, Ziegenhain C, Wierer M, Enard W, Carell T, Lamb DC, Takeda H, Nakanishi M, Bultmann S and Leonhardt H (2020). Recent evolution of a TET-controlled and DPPA3/STELLA-driven pathway of passive DNA demethylation in mammals. Nat Commun., 11, 5972. PubMed

Mulholland CB, Traube FR, Ugur E, Parsa E, Eckl EM, Schönung M, Modic M, Bartoschek MD, Stolz P, Ryan J, Carell T, Leonhardt H and Bultmann S (2020). Distinct and stage-specific contributions of TET1 and TET2 to stepwise cytosine oxidation in the transition from naive to primed pluripotency. Sci. Rep., 10, 12066. PubMed

Ugur E, Bartoschek MD and Leonhardt H (2020). Locus-Specific Chromatin Proteome Revealed by Mass Spectrometry-Based CasID. Methods Mol Biol., 2175, 109-121. PubMed