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Dr Eun-Ang Raiber

Publications

Mapping and elucidating the function of modified bases in DNA
E-A Raiber, R Hardisty, P van Delft, S Balasubramanian
– Nature Reviews Chemistry
(2017)
1,
0069
Base resolution maps reveal the importance of 5-hydroxymethylcytosine in a human glioblastoma.
E-A Raiber, D Beraldi, S Martínez Cuesta, GR McInroy, Z Kingsbury, J Becq, T James, M Lopes, K Allinson, S Field, S Humphray, T Santarius, C Watts, D Bentley, S Balasubramanian
– npj Genomic Medicine
(2017)
2,
6
Enhanced Methylation Analysis by Recovery of Unsequenceable Fragments
GR McInroy, D Beraldi, E-A Raiber, K Modrzynska, P van Delft, O Billker, S Balasubramanian
– PLoS One
(2016)
11,
e0152322
In vivo genome-wide profiling reveals a tissue-specific role for 5-formylcytosine.
M Iurlaro, GR McInroy, HE Burgess, W Dean, E-A Raiber, M Bachman, D Beraldi, S Balasubramanian, W Reik
– Genome Biol
(2016)
17,
141
The biology and genomic localization of cytosine modifications
GR McInroy, NM Bell, G Ficz, S Balasubramanian, W Reik, EA Raiber
– Epigenetics and Human Health
(2015)
4,
167
5-formylcytosine alters the structure of the DNA double helix
EA Raiber, P Murat, DY Chirgadze, D Beraldi, BF Luisi, S Balasubramanian
– Nature Structural and Molecular Biology
(2015)
22,
44
5-Formylcytosine alters the structure of the DNA double helix.
E-A Raiber, P Murat, DY Chirgadze, D Beraldi, BF Luisi, S Balasubramanian
– Nature Structural & Molecular Biology
(2014)
22,
44
Chemical biology of genomic DNA: minimizing PCR bias
GR McInroy, E-A Raiber, S Balasubramanian
– Chemical communications (Cambridge, England)
(2014)
50,
12047
Chemical methods for decoding cytosine modifications in DNA.
MJ Booth, E-A Raiber, S Balasubramanian
– Chem Rev
(2015)
115,
2240
A screen for hydroxymethylcytosine and formylcytosine binding proteins suggests functions in transcription and chromatin regulation.
M Iurlaro, G Ficz, D Oxley, E-A Raiber, M Bachman, MJ Booth, S Andrews, S Balasubramanian, W Reik
– Genome Biol
(2013)
14,
R119
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Research Group

Telephone number

01223 762933 (shared)
01223 763990 (shared)

Email address

ear40@cam.ac.uk