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1. der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München The Role of Cofactors, Replication, and Intranucleosomal UASp Elements in Chromatin Remodeling at Yeast PHO Promoters

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2. The role of cofactors, replication, and intranucleosomal UASp elements in chromatin remodeling at yeast pho promoters


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3. Programming cancer cells for high expression levels of Mcl1

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4. In Vitro Reconstitution of PHO5 Promoter Chromatin Remodeling Points to a Role for Activator-Nucleosome Competition In Vivo▿

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5. Structure and Conservation of the Periplasmic Targeting Factor Tic22 Protein from Plants and Cyanobacteria*

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6. Differential Cofactor Requirements for Histone Eviction from Two Nucleosomes at the Yeast PHO84 Promoter Are Determined by Intrinsic Nucleosome Stability▿

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7. Structure and conservation of the periplasmic targeting factor Tic22 from plants and cyanobacteria


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