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1.  Comparative Analysis of the Transcriptome across Distant Species 
Gerstein, Mark B. | Rozowsky, Joel | Yan, Koon-Kiu | Wang, Daifeng | Cheng, Chao | Brown, James B. | Davis, Carrie A | Hillier, LaDeana | Sisu, Cristina | Li, Jingyi Jessica | Pei, Baikang | Harmanci, Arif O. | Duff, Michael O. | Djebali, Sarah | Alexander, Roger P. | Alver, Burak H. | Auerbach, Raymond | Bell, Kimberly | Bickel, Peter J. | Boeck, Max E. | Boley, Nathan P. | Booth, Benjamin W. | Cherbas, Lucy | Cherbas, Peter | Di, Chao | Dobin, Alex | Drenkow, Jorg | Ewing, Brent | Fang, Gang | Fastuca, Megan | Feingold, Elise A. | Frankish, Adam | Gao, Guanjun | Good, Peter J. | Guigó, Roderic | Hammonds, Ann | Harrow, Jen | Hoskins, Roger A. | Howald, Cédric | Hu, Long | Huang, Haiyan | Hubbard, Tim J. P. | Huynh, Chau | Jha, Sonali | Kasper, Dionna | Kato, Masaomi | Kaufman, Thomas C. | Kitchen, Robert R. | Ladewig, Erik | Lagarde, Julien | Lai, Eric | Leng, Jing | Lu, Zhi | MacCoss, Michael | May, Gemma | McWhirter, Rebecca | Merrihew, Gennifer | Miller, David M. | Mortazavi, Ali | Murad, Rabi | Oliver, Brian | Olson, Sara | Park, Peter J. | Pazin, Michael J. | Perrimon, Norbert | Pervouchine, Dmitri | Reinke, Valerie | Reymond, Alexandre | Robinson, Garrett | Samsonova, Anastasia | Saunders, Gary I. | Schlesinger, Felix | Sethi, Anurag | Slack, Frank J. | Spencer, William C. | Stoiber, Marcus H. | Strasbourger, Pnina | Tanzer, Andrea | Thompson, Owen A. | Wan, Kenneth H. | Wang, Guilin | Wang, Huaien | Watkins, Kathie L. | Wen, Jiayu | Wen, Kejia | Xue, Chenghai | Yang, Li | Yip, Kevin | Zaleski, Chris | Zhang, Yan | Zheng, Henry | Brenner, Steven E. | Graveley, Brenton R. | Celniker, Susan E. | Gingeras, Thomas R | Waterston, Robert
Nature  2014;512(7515):445-448.
doi:10.1038/nature13424
PMCID: PMC4155737  PMID: 25164755
2.  A Comparative Encyclopedia of DNA Elements in the Mouse Genome 
Yue, Feng | Cheng, Yong | Breschi, Alessandra | Vierstra, Jeff | Wu, Weisheng | Ryba, Tyrone | Sandstrom, Richard | Ma, Zhihai | Davis, Carrie | Pope, Benjamin D. | Shen, Yin | Pervouchine, Dmitri D. | Djebali, Sarah | Thurman, Bob | Kaul, Rajinder | Rynes, Eric | Kirilusha, Anthony | Marinov, Georgi K. | Williams, Brian A. | Trout, Diane | Amrhein, Henry | Fisher-Aylor, Katherine | Antoshechkin, Igor | DeSalvo, Gilberto | See, Lei-Hoon | Fastuca, Meagan | Drenkow, Jorg | Zaleski, Chris | Dobin, Alex | Prieto, Pablo | Lagarde, Julien | Bussotti, Giovanni | Tanzer, Andrea | Denas, Olgert | Li, Kanwei | Bender, M. A. | Zhang, Miaohua | Byron, Rachel | Groudine, Mark T. | McCleary, David | Pham, Long | Ye, Zhen | Kuan, Samantha | Edsall, Lee | Wu, Yi-Chieh | Rasmussen, Matthew D. | Bansal, Mukul S. | Keller, Cheryl A. | Morrissey, Christapher S. | Mishra, Tejaswini | Jain, Deepti | Dogan, Nergiz | Harris, Robert S. | Cayting, Philip | Kawli, Trupti | Boyle, Alan P. | Euskirchen, Ghia | Kundaje, Anshul | Lin, Shin | Lin, Yiing | Jansen, Camden | Malladi, Venkat S. | Cline, Melissa S. | Erickson, Drew T. | Kirkup, Vanessa M | Learned, Katrina | Sloan, Cricket A. | Rosenbloom, Kate R. | de Sousa, Beatriz Lacerda | Beal, Kathryn | Pignatelli, Miguel | Flicek, Paul | Lian, Jin | Kahveci, Tamer | Lee, Dongwon | Kent, W. James | Santos, Miguel Ramalho | Herrero, Javier | Notredame, Cedric | Johnson, Audra | Vong, Shinny | Lee, Kristen | Bates, Daniel | Neri, Fidencio | Diegel, Morgan | Canfield, Theresa | Sabo, Peter J. | Wilken, Matthew S. | Reh, Thomas A. | Giste, Erika | Shafer, Anthony | Kutyavin, Tanya | Haugen, Eric | Dunn, Douglas | Reynolds, Alex P. | Neph, Shane | Humbert, Richard | Hansen, R. Scott | De Bruijn, Marella | Selleri, Licia | Rudensky, Alexander | Josefowicz, Steven | Samstein, Robert | Eichler, Evan E. | Orkin, Stuart H. | Levasseur, Dana | Papayannopoulou, Thalia | Chang, Kai-Hsin | Skoultchi, Arthur | Gosh, Srikanta | Disteche, Christine | Treuting, Piper | Wang, Yanli | Weiss, Mitchell J. | Blobel, Gerd A. | Good, Peter J. | Lowdon, Rebecca F. | Adams, Leslie B. | Zhou, Xiao-Qiao | Pazin, Michael J. | Feingold, Elise A. | Wold, Barbara | Taylor, James | Kellis, Manolis | Mortazavi, Ali | Weissman, Sherman M. | Stamatoyannopoulos, John | Snyder, Michael P. | Guigo, Roderic | Gingeras, Thomas R. | Gilbert, David M. | Hardison, Ross C. | Beer, Michael A. | Ren, Bing
Nature  2014;515(7527):355-364.
Summary
As the premier model organism in biomedical research, the laboratory mouse shares the majority of protein-coding genes with humans, yet the two mammals differ in significant ways. To gain greater insights into both shared and species-specific transcriptional and cellular regulatory programs in the mouse, the Mouse ENCODE Consortium has mapped transcription, DNase I hypersensitivity, transcription factor binding, chromatin modifications, and replication domains throughout the mouse genome in diverse cell and tissue types. By comparing with the human genome, we not only confirm substantial conservation in the newly annotated potential functional sequences, but also find a large degree of divergence of other sequences involved in transcriptional regulation, chromatin state and higher order chromatin organization. Our results illuminate the wide range of evolutionary forces acting on genes and their regulatory regions, and provide a general resource for research into mammalian biology and mechanisms of human diseases.
doi:10.1038/nature13992
PMCID: PMC4266106  PMID: 25409824
3.  Comparative analysis of regulatory information and circuits across distant species 
Nature  2014;512(7515):453-456.
Summary
Despite the large evolutionary distances, metazoan species show remarkable commonalities, which has helped establish fly and worm as model organisms for human biology1,2. Although studies of individual elements and factors have explored similarities in gene regulation, a large-scale comparative analysis of basic principles of transcriptional regulatory features is lacking. We mapped the genome-wide binding locations of 165 human, 93 worm, and 52 fly transcription-regulatory factors (RFs) generating a total of 1,019 data sets from diverse cell-types, developmental stages, or conditions in the three species, of which 498 (48.9%) are presented here for the first time. We find that structural properties of regulatory networks are remarkably conserved and that orthologous RF families recognize similar binding motifs in vivo and show some similar co-associations. Our results suggest that gene-regulatory properties previously observed for individual factors are general principles of metazoan regulation that are remarkably well-preserved despite extensive functional divergence of individual network connections. The comparative maps of regulatory circuitry provided here will drive an improved understanding in the regulatory underpinnings of model organism biology and how these relate to human biology, development, and disease.
doi:10.1038/nature13668
PMCID: PMC4336544  PMID: 25164757
Transcription Factor; Regulatory Information; Gene Regulation; Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms; ChIP-seq
4.  Comparative analysis of metazoan chromatin organization 
Ho, Joshua W. K. | Jung, Youngsook L. | Liu, Tao | Alver, Burak H. | Lee, Soohyun | Ikegami, Kohta | Sohn, Kyung-Ah | Minoda, Aki | Tolstorukov, Michael Y. | Appert, Alex | Parker, Stephen C. J. | Gu, Tingting | Kundaje, Anshul | Riddle, Nicole C. | Bishop, Eric | Egelhofer, Thea A. | Hu, Sheng’en Shawn | Alekseyenko, Artyom A. | Rechtsteiner, Andreas | Asker, Dalal | Belsky, Jason A. | Bowman, Sarah K. | Chen, Q. Brent | Chen, Ron A-J | Day, Daniel S. | Dong, Yan | Dose, Andrea C. | Duan, Xikun | Epstein, Charles B. | Ercan, Sevinc | Feingold, Elise A. | Ferrari, Francesco | Garrigues, Jacob M. | Gehlenborg, Nils | Good, Peter J. | Haseley, Psalm | He, Daniel | Herrmann, Moritz | Hoffman, Michael M. | Jeffers, Tess E. | Kharchenko, Peter V. | Kolasinska-Zwierz, Paulina | Kotwaliwale, Chitra V. | Kumar, Nischay | Langley, Sasha A. | Larschan, Erica N. | Latorre, Isabel | Libbrecht, Maxwell W. | Lin, Xueqiu | Park, Richard | Pazin, Michael J. | Pham, Hoang N. | Plachetka, Annette | Qin, Bo | Schwartz, Yuri B. | Shoresh, Noam | Stempor, Przemyslaw | Vielle, Anne | Wang, Chengyang | Whittle, Christina M. | Xue, Huiling | Kingston, Robert E. | Kim, Ju Han | Bernstein, Bradley E. | Dernburg, Abby F. | Pirrotta, Vincenzo | Kuroda, Mitzi I. | Noble, William S. | Tullius, Thomas D. | Kellis, Manolis | MacAlpine, David M. | Strome, Susan | Elgin, Sarah C. R. | Liu, Xiaole Shirley | Lieb, Jason D. | Ahringer, Julie | Karpen, Gary H. | Park, Peter J.
Nature  2014;512(7515):449-452.
doi:10.1038/nature13415
PMCID: PMC4227084  PMID: 25164756
5.  An encyclopedia of mouse DNA elements (Mouse ENCODE) 
Stamatoyannopoulos, John A | Snyder, Michael | Hardison, Ross | Ren, Bing | Gingeras, Thomas | Gilbert, David M | Groudine, Mark | Bender, Michael | Kaul, Rajinder | Canfield, Theresa | Giste, Erica | Johnson, Audra | Zhang, Mia | Balasundaram, Gayathri | Byron, Rachel | Roach, Vaughan | Sabo, Peter J | Sandstrom, Richard | Stehling, A Sandra | Thurman, Robert E | Weissman, Sherman M | Cayting, Philip | Hariharan, Manoj | Lian, Jin | Cheng, Yong | Landt, Stephen G | Ma, Zhihai | Wold, Barbara J | Dekker, Job | Crawford, Gregory E | Keller, Cheryl A | Wu, Weisheng | Morrissey, Christopher | Kumar, Swathi A | Mishra, Tejaswini | Jain, Deepti | Byrska-Bishop, Marta | Blankenberg, Daniel | Lajoie1, Bryan R | Jain, Gaurav | Sanyal, Amartya | Chen, Kaun-Bei | Denas, Olgert | Taylor, James | Blobel, Gerd A | Weiss, Mitchell J | Pimkin, Max | Deng, Wulan | Marinov, Georgi K | Williams, Brian A | Fisher-Aylor, Katherine I | Desalvo, Gilberto | Kiralusha, Anthony | Trout, Diane | Amrhein, Henry | Mortazavi, Ali | Edsall, Lee | McCleary, David | Kuan, Samantha | Shen, Yin | Yue, Feng | Ye, Zhen | Davis, Carrie A | Zaleski, Chris | Jha, Sonali | Xue, Chenghai | Dobin, Alex | Lin, Wei | Fastuca, Meagan | Wang, Huaien | Guigo, Roderic | Djebali, Sarah | Lagarde, Julien | Ryba, Tyrone | Sasaki, Takayo | Malladi, Venkat S | Cline, Melissa S | Kirkup, Vanessa M | Learned, Katrina | Rosenbloom, Kate R | Kent, W James | Feingold, Elise A | Good, Peter J | Pazin, Michael | Lowdon, Rebecca F | Adams, Leslie B
Genome Biology  2012;13(8):418.
To complement the human Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) project and to enable a broad range of mouse genomics efforts, the Mouse ENCODE Consortium is applying the same experimental pipelines developed for human ENCODE to annotate the mouse genome.
doi:10.1186/gb-2012-13-8-418
PMCID: PMC3491367  PMID: 22889292
ENCODE Project; mouse genome; DNaseI hypersensitive sites; histone modifications; transcriptome; transcription factor binding sites; comparative genomics; ChIP-seq; RNA-seq
6.  Integrative Analysis of the Caenorhabditis elegans Genome by the modENCODE Project 
Gerstein, Mark B. | Lu, Zhi John | Van Nostrand, Eric L. | Cheng, Chao | Arshinoff, Bradley I. | Liu, Tao | Yip, Kevin Y. | Robilotto, Rebecca | Rechtsteiner, Andreas | Ikegami, Kohta | Alves, Pedro | Chateigner, Aurelien | Perry, Marc | Morris, Mitzi | Auerbach, Raymond K. | Feng, Xin | Leng, Jing | Vielle, Anne | Niu, Wei | Rhrissorrakrai, Kahn | Agarwal, Ashish | Alexander, Roger P. | Barber, Galt | Brdlik, Cathleen M. | Brennan, Jennifer | Brouillet, Jeremy Jean | Carr, Adrian | Cheung, Ming-Sin | Clawson, Hiram | Contrino, Sergio | Dannenberg, Luke O. | Dernburg, Abby F. | Desai, Arshad | Dick, Lindsay | Dosé, Andréa C. | Du, Jiang | Egelhofer, Thea | Ercan, Sevinc | Euskirchen, Ghia | Ewing, Brent | Feingold, Elise A. | Gassmann, Reto | Good, Peter J. | Green, Phil | Gullier, Francois | Gutwein, Michelle | Guyer, Mark S. | Habegger, Lukas | Han, Ting | Henikoff, Jorja G. | Henz, Stefan R. | Hinrichs, Angie | Holster, Heather | Hyman, Tony | Iniguez, A. Leo | Janette, Judith | Jensen, Morten | Kato, Masaomi | Kent, W. James | Kephart, Ellen | Khivansara, Vishal | Khurana, Ekta | Kim, John K. | Kolasinska-Zwierz, Paulina | Lai, Eric C. | Latorre, Isabel | Leahey, Amber | Lewis, Suzanna | Lloyd, Paul | Lochovsky, Lucas | Lowdon, Rebecca F. | Lubling, Yaniv | Lyne, Rachel | MacCoss, Michael | Mackowiak, Sebastian D. | Mangone, Marco | McKay, Sheldon | Mecenas, Desirea | Merrihew, Gennifer | Miller, David M. | Muroyama, Andrew | Murray, John I. | Ooi, Siew-Loon | Pham, Hoang | Phippen, Taryn | Preston, Elicia A. | Rajewsky, Nikolaus | Rätsch, Gunnar | Rosenbaum, Heidi | Rozowsky, Joel | Rutherford, Kim | Ruzanov, Peter | Sarov, Mihail | Sasidharan, Rajkumar | Sboner, Andrea | Scheid, Paul | Segal, Eran | Shin, Hyunjin | Shou, Chong | Slack, Frank J. | Slightam, Cindie | Smith, Richard | Spencer, William C. | Stinson, E. O. | Taing, Scott | Takasaki, Teruaki | Vafeados, Dionne | Voronina, Ksenia | Wang, Guilin | Washington, Nicole L. | Whittle, Christina M. | Wu, Beijing | Yan, Koon-Kiu | Zeller, Georg | Zha, Zheng | Zhong, Mei | Zhou, Xingliang | Ahringer, Julie | Strome, Susan | Gunsalus, Kristin C. | Micklem, Gos | Liu, X. Shirley | Reinke, Valerie | Kim, Stuart K. | Hillier, LaDeana W. | Henikoff, Steven | Piano, Fabio | Snyder, Michael | Stein, Lincoln | Lieb, Jason D. | Waterston, Robert H.
Science (New York, N.Y.)  2010;330(6012):1775-1787.
We systematically generated large-scale data sets to improve genome annotation for the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, a key model organism. These data sets include transcriptome profiling across a developmental time course, genome-wide identification of transcription factor–binding sites, and maps of chromatin organization. From this, we created more complete and accurate gene models, including alternative splice forms and candidate noncoding RNAs. We constructed hierarchical networks of transcription factor–binding and microRNA interactions and discovered chromosomal locations bound by an unusually large number of transcription factors. Different patterns of chromatin composition and histone modification were revealed between chromosome arms and centers, with similarly prominent differences between autosomes and the X chromosome. Integrating data types, we built statistical models relating chromatin, transcription factor binding, and gene expression. Overall, our analyses ascribed putative functions to most of the conserved genome.
doi:10.1126/science.1196914
PMCID: PMC3142569  PMID: 21177976
7.  Somatic mutations affect key pathways in lung adenocarcinoma 
Ding, Li | Getz, Gad | Wheeler, David A. | Mardis, Elaine R. | McLellan, Michael D. | Cibulskis, Kristian | Sougnez, Carrie | Greulich, Heidi | Muzny, Donna M. | Morgan, Margaret B. | Fulton, Lucinda | Fulton, Robert S. | Zhang, Qunyuan | Wendl, Michael C. | Lawrence, Michael S. | Larson, David E. | Chen, Ken | Dooling, David J. | Sabo, Aniko | Hawes, Alicia C. | Shen, Hua | Jhangiani, Shalini N. | Lewis, Lora R. | Hall, Otis | Zhu, Yiming | Mathew, Tittu | Ren, Yanru | Yao, Jiqiang | Scherer, Steven E. | Clerc, Kerstin | Metcalf, Ginger A. | Ng, Brian | Milosavljevic, Aleksandar | Gonzalez-Garay, Manuel L. | Osborne, John R. | Meyer, Rick | Shi, Xiaoqi | Tang, Yuzhu | Koboldt, Daniel C. | Lin, Ling | Abbott, Rachel | Miner, Tracie L. | Pohl, Craig | Fewell, Ginger | Haipek, Carrie | Schmidt, Heather | Dunford-Shore, Brian H. | Kraja, Aldi | Crosby, Seth D. | Sawyer, Christopher S. | Vickery, Tammi | Sander, Sacha | Robinson, Jody | Winckler, Wendy | Baldwin, Jennifer | Chirieac, Lucian R. | Dutt, Amit | Fennell, Tim | Hanna, Megan | Johnson, Bruce E. | Onofrio, Robert C. | Thomas, Roman K. | Tonon, Giovanni | Weir, Barbara A. | Zhao, Xiaojun | Ziaugra, Liuda | Zody, Michael C. | Giordano, Thomas | Orringer, Mark B. | Roth, Jack A. | Spitz, Margaret R. | Wistuba, Ignacio I. | Ozenberger, Bradley | Good, Peter J. | Chang, Andrew C. | Beer, David G. | Watson, Mark A. | Ladanyi, Marc | Broderick, Stephen | Yoshizawa, Akihiko | Travis, William D. | Pao, William | Province, Michael A. | Weinstock, George M. | Varmus, Harold E. | Gabriel, Stacey B. | Lander, Eric S. | Gibbs, Richard A. | Meyerson, Matthew | Wilson, Richard K.
Nature  2008;455(7216):1069-1075.
Determining the genetic basis of cancer requires comprehensive analyses of large collections of histopathologically well-classified primary tumours. Here we report the results of a collaborative study to discover somatic mutations in 188 human lung adenocarcinomas. DNA sequencing of 623 genes with known or potential relationships to cancer revealed more than 1,000 somatic mutations across the samples. Our analysis identified 26 genes that are mutated at significantly high frequencies and thus are probably involved in carcinogenesis. The frequently mutated genes include tyrosine kinases, among them the EGFR homologue ERBB4; multiple ephrin receptor genes, notably EPHA3; vascular endothelial growth factor receptor KDR; and NTRK genes. These data provide evidence of somatic mutations in primary lung adenocarcinoma for several tumour suppressor genes involved in other cancers—including NF1, APC, RB1 and ATM—and for sequence changes in PTPRD as well as the frequently deleted gene LRP1B. The observed mutational profiles correlate with clinical features, smoking status and DNA repair defects. These results are reinforced by data integration including single nucleotide polymorphism array and gene expression array. Our findings shed further light on several important signalling pathways involved in lung adenocarcinoma, and suggest new molecular targets for treatment.
doi:10.1038/nature07423
PMCID: PMC2694412  PMID: 18948947

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