Guennadi Glinskii

Title(s)RES (WOS), Institute of Engineering in Medicine
Address9500 Gilman Drive #0435
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    1. Impacts of genomic networks governed by human-specific regulatory sequences and genetic loci harboring fixed human-specific neuro-regulatory single nucleotide mutations on phenotypic traits of modern humans. Chromosome Res. 2020 Sep 09. Glinsky GV. PMID: 32902713.
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    2. The evolution of Great Apes has shaped the functional enhancers' landscape in human embryonic stem cells. Stem Cell Res. 2019 05; 37:101456. Glinsky G, Barakat TS. PMID: 31100635.
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    3. Correction to: Contribution of transposable elements and distal enhancers to evolution of human-specific features of interphase chromatin architecture in embryonic stem cells. Chromosome Res. 2018 03; 26(1-2):85-92. Glinsky GV. PMID: 29502298.
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    4. Contribution of transposable elements and distal enhancers to evolution of human-specific features of interphase chromatin architecture in embryonic stem cells. Chromosome Res. 2018 03; 26(1-2):61-84. Glinsky GV. PMID: 29335803.
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    5. Mechanistically Distinct Pathways of Divergent Regulatory DNA Creation Contribute to Evolution of Human-Specific Genomic Regulatory Networks Driving Phenotypic Divergence of Homo sapiens. Genome Biol Evol. 2016 09 19; 8(9):2774-88. Glinsky GV. PMID: 27503290.
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    6. Single cell genomics reveals activation signatures of endogenous SCAR's networks in aneuploid human embryos and clinically intractable malignant tumors. Cancer Lett. 2016 10 10; 381(1):176-93. Glinsky GV. PMID: 27497790.
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    7. Activation of endogenous human stem cell-associated retroviruses (SCARs) and therapy-resistant phenotypes of malignant tumors. Cancer Lett. 2016 07 01; 376(2):347-59. Glinsky GV. PMID: 27084523.
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    8. DNA nano-carrier for repeatable capture and release of biomolecules. Nanoscale. 2015 Nov 07; 7(41):17397-403. Hwang MT, Landon PB, Lee J, Mo A, Meckes B, Glinsky G, Lal R. PMID: 26439640.
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    9. Transposable Elements and DNA Methylation Create in Embryonic Stem Cells Human-Specific Regulatory Sequences Associated with Distal Enhancers and Noncoding RNAs. Genome Biol Evol. 2015 May 07; 7(6):1432-54. Glinsky GV. PMID: 25956794.
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