Rajarshi P Ghosh
Rajarshi P Ghosh
Howard Hughes Medical Institute; University of California, Berkeley
Verified email at berkeley.edu
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Chromatin higher-order structure and dynamics
CL Woodcock, RP Ghosh
Cold Spring Harbor perspectives in biology 2 (5), a000596, 2010
4202010
Multiple modes of interaction between the methylated DNA binding protein MeCP2 and chromatin
T Nikitina, X Shi, RP Ghosh, RA Horowitz-Scherer, JC Hansen, ...
Molecular and cellular biology 27 (3), 864-877, 2007
1882007
MeCP2-chromatin interactions include the formation of chromatosome-like structures and are altered in mutations causing Rett syndrome
T Nikitina, RP Ghosh, RA Horowitz-Scherer, JC Hansen, SA Grigoryev, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 282 (38), 28237-28245, 2007
1242007
MeCP2 binds cooperatively to its substrate and competes with histone H1 for chromatin binding sites
RP Ghosh, RA Horowitz-Scherer, T Nikitina, LS Shlyakhtenko, ...
Molecular and cellular biology 30 (19), 4656-4670, 2010
1202010
Rapid disorganization of mechanically interacting systems of mammary acini
(* equal contribution) Shi Q*, Ghosh R P*, Engelke H, Rycroft C H, Cassereau ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (2), 658-663, 2014
1092014
Binding of the Rett syndrome protein, MeCP2, to methylated and unmethylated DNA and chromatin
JC Hansen, RP Ghosh, CL Woodcock
IUBMB life 62 (10), 732-738, 2010
1032010
ATAC-see reveals the accessible genome by transposase-mediated imaging and sequencing
Chen X, Shen Y, Draper W, Buenrostro JD, Litzenburger U, Cho SW, Satpathy AT ...
Nature methods 13 (12), 1013, 2016
1002016
Unique physical properties and interactions of the domains of methylated DNA binding protein 2
RP Ghosh, T Nikitina, RA Horowitz-Scherer, LM Gierasch, VN Uversky, ...
Biochemistry 49 (20), 4395-4410, 2010
962010
Rett syndrome-causing mutations in human MeCP2 result in diverse structural changes that impact folding and DNA interactions
RP Ghosh, RA Horowitz-Scherer, T Nikitina, LM Gierasch, CL Woodcock
Journal of Biological Chemistry 283 (29), 20523-20534, 2008
662008
A Mutation in Histone H2B Represents a New Class of Oncogenic Driver
Bennett RL, Bele A, Small EC, Will CM, Nabet B, Oyer JA, Huang X, Ghosh RP ...
Cancer Discovery, 2019
142019
A fluorogenic array for temporally unlimited single-molecule tracking
Ghosh RP, Franklin JM, Draper WE, Shi Q, Beltran B, Spakowitz AJ, Liphardt JT
Nature Chemical Biology 15 (4), 401-409, 2019
122019
Satb1 integrates DNA binding site geometry and torsional stress to differentially target nucleosome-dense regions
RP Ghosh, Q Shi, L Yang, MP Reddick, T Nikitina, VB Zhurkin, P Fordyce, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-16, 2019
112019
NuSeT: A deep learning tool for reliably separating and analyzing crowded cells
(*Corresponding Author) Yang L., *Ghosh R.P., Franklin J. M., Chen S., You C ...
PLOS Computational Biology, 2020
6*2020
A fluorogenic nanobody array tag for prolonged single molecule imaging in live cells
Rajarshi P. Ghosh, Will E. Draper, J. Matthew Franklin, Quanming Shi, Jan T ...
biorxiv, 111690, 2017
42017
Optical control of fast and processive engineered myosins in vitro and in living cells
*Ruijgrok P. V., *Ghosh R. P. (*joint first author), Zemsky S., Nakamura M ...
Nature Chemical Biology, 2021
3*2021
Optical control of fast and processive engineered myosins in vitro and in living cells
PV Ruijgrok, RP Ghosh, S Zemsky, M Nakamura, R Gong, L Ning, R Chen, ...
Nature Chemical Biology, 1-9, 2021
32021
Concerted localization-resets precede YAP-dependent transcription
(*first author, ^corresp. author) *JM Franklin, * ^RP Ghosh, Q Shi, MP ...
Nature Communications 11, 4581 (2020), 2020
1*2020
Rapid Disorganization of Mammary Acini Driven by Long-Range Mechanical Interaction
Q Shi, R Ghosh
Biophysical Journal 106 (2), 174a, 2014
2014
An Integrative Approach Towards Understanding The Structure- Function Relationship Of The Epigenetic Regulator Methyl Cpg Binding Protein 2
RP Ghosh
Doctoral Dissertation, 2010
2010
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