James Turner: Publications

  • Fogarty, NME; McCarthy, A; Snijders, KE; Powell, BE; Kubikova, N; Blakeley, P; Lea, R; Elder, K; Wamaitha, SE; Kim, D; Maciulyte, V; Kleinjung, J; Kim, J-S; Wells, D; Vallier, L; Bertero, A; Turner, JMA and Niakan, KK (2017)
    Genome editing reveals a role for OCT4 in human embryogenesis.
    Nature 550, 67-73 PubMed abstract
  • Hirota, T; Ohta, H; Powell, BE; Mahadevaiah, SK; Ojarikre, OA; Saitou, M and Turner, JMA (2017)
    Fertile offspring from sterile sex chromosome trisomic mice.
    Science 357, 932-935 PubMed abstract
  • Lane, SIR; Morgan, SL; Wu, T; Collins, JK; Merriman, JA; Elinati, E; Turner, JM and Jones, KT (2017)
    DNA damage induces a kinetochore-based ATM/ATR-independent SAC arrest unique to the first meiotic division in mouse oocytes.
    Development 144, 3475-3486 PubMed abstract
  • Miralles, M; Eixarch, H; Tejero, M; Costa, C; Hirota, K; Castaño, AR; Puig, M; Stockinger, G; Montalban, X; Bosch, A; Espejo, C and Chillon, M (2017)
    Clinical and histopathological amelioration of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis by AAV vectors expressing a soluble interleukin-23 receptor.
    Neurotherapeutics [Epub ahead of print] PubMed abstract
  • Sangrithi, MN; Royo, H; Mahadevaiah, SK; Ojarikre, O; Bhaw, L; Sesay, A; Peters, AHFM; Stadler, M and Turner, JMA (2017)
    Non-canonical and sexually dimorphic X dosage compensation states in the mouse and human germline.
    Developmental Cell 40, 289-301 PubMed abstract
  • Cloutier, JM; Mahadevaiah, SK; Elinati, E; Tóth, A and Turner, J (2016)
    Mammalian meiotic silencing exhibits sexually dimorphic features.
    Chromosoma 125, 215-226 PubMed abstract
  • Vernet, N; Mahadevaiah, SK; de Rooij, DG; Burgoyne, PS and Ellis, PJI (2016)
    Zfy genes are required for efficient meiotic sex chromosome inactivation (MSCI) in spermatocytes.
    Human Molecular Genetics 25, 5300-5310 PubMed abstract
  • Vernet, N; Mahadevaiah, SK; Decarpentrie, F; Longepied, G; de Rooij, DG; Burgoyne, PS and Mitchell, MJ (2016)
    Mouse Y-encoded transcription factor Zfy2 is essential for sperm head remodelling and sperm tail development.
    PLOS ONE 11, e0145398 PubMed abstract
  • Cloutier, JM; Mahadevaiah, SK; ElInati, E; Nussenzweig, A; Tóth, A and Turner, JMA (2015)
    Histone H2AFX links meiotic chromosome asynapsis to prophase I oocyte loss in mammals.
    PLOS Genetics 11, e1005462 PubMed abstract
  • Royo, H; Seitz, H; ElInati, E; Peters, AHFM; Stadler, MB and Turner, JMA (2015)
    Silencing of X-linked microRNAs by meiotic sex chromosome inactivation.
    PLOS Genetics 11, e1005461 PubMed abstract
  • Turner, JMA (2015)
    Meiotic silencing in mammals.
    Annual Review of Genetics 49, 395-412 PubMed abstract
  • Villar, D; Berthelot, C; Aldridge, S; Rayner, TF; Lukk, M; Pignatelli, M; Park, TJ; Deaville, R; Erichsen, JT; Jasinska, AJ; Turner, JMA; Bertelsen, MF; Murchison, EP; Flicek, P and Odom, DT (2015)
    Enhancer evolution across 20 mammalian species.
    Cell 160, 554-566 PubMed abstract
  • Royo, H; Prosser, H; Ruzankina, Y; Mahadevaiah, SK; Cloutier, JM; Baumann, M; Fukuda, T; Höög, C; Tóth, A; de Rooij, DG; Bradley, A; Brown, EJ and Turner, JMA (2013)
    ATR acts stage specifically to regulate multiple aspects of mammalian meiotic silencing.
    Genes & Development 27, 1484-1494 PubMed abstract
  • Trent, S; Dean, R; Veit, B; Cassano, T; Bedse, G; Ojarikre, OA; Humby, T and Davies, W (2013)
    Biological mechanisms associated with increased perseveration and hyperactivity in a genetic mouse model of neurodevelopmental disorder.
    Psychoneuroendocrinology 38, 1370-1380 PubMed abstract
  • Fukuda, T; Pratto, F; Schimenti, JC; Turner, JMA; Camerini-Otero, RD and Höög, C (2012)
    Phosphorylation of chromosome core components may serve as axis marks for the status of chromosomal events during mammalian meiosis.
    PLOS Genetics 8, e1002485 PubMed abstract
  • Grant, J; Mahadevaiah, SK; Khil, P; Sangrithi, MN; Royo, H; Duckworth, J; McCarrey, JR; VandeBerg, JL; Renfree, MB; Taylor, W; Elgar, G; Camerini-Otero, RD; Gilchrist, MJ and Turner, JM (2012)
    Rsx is a metatherian RNA with Xist-like properties in X-chromosome inactivation.
    Nature 487, 254-258 PubMed abstract
  • Guioli, S; Lovell-Badge, R and Turner, JMA (2012)
    Error-prone ZW pairing and no evidence for meiotic sex chromosome inactivation in the chicken germ line.
    PLOS Genetics 8, e1002560 PubMed abstract
  • Wojtasz, L; Cloutier, JM; Baumann, M; Daniel, K; Varga, J; Fu, J; Anastassiadis, K; Stewart, AF; Reményi, A; Turner, JMA and Tóth, A (2012)
    Meiotic DNA double-strand breaks and chromosome asynapsis in mice are monitored by distinct HORMAD2-independent and -dependent mechanisms.
    Genes & Development 26, 958-973 PubMed abstract
  • Wu, Q; Song, R; Ortogero, N; Zheng, H; Evanoff, R; Small, CL; Griswold, MD; Namekawa, SH; Royo, H; Turner, JM and Yan, W (2012)
    The RNase III enzyme DROSHA is essential for microRNA production and spermatogenesis.
    Journal of Biological Chemistry 287, 25173 - 25190 PubMed abstract
  • Chi, MN; Auriol, J; Jégou, B; Kontoyiannis, DL; Turner, JMA; de Rooij, DG and Morello, D (2011)
    The RNA-binding protein ELAVL1/HuR is essential for mouse spermatogenesis, acting both at meiotic and postmeiotic stages.
    Molecular Biology of the Cell 22, 2875-2885 PubMed abstract
  • Heard, E and Turner, J (2011)
    Function of the sex chromosomes in mammalian fertility.
    Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology 3, a002675 PubMed abstract
  • Takada, Y; Naruse, C; Costa, Y; Shirakawa, T; Tachibana, M; Sharif, J; Kezuka-Shiotani, F; Kakiuchi, D; Masumoto, H; Shinkai, Y; Ohbo, K; Peters, AHFM; Turner, JMA; Asano, M and Koseki, H (2011)
    HP1γ links histone methylation marks to meiotic synapsis in mice.
    Development 138, 4207-4217 PubMed abstract
  • Cloutier, JM and Turner, JMA (2010)
    Meiotic sex chromosome inactivation.
    Current Biology 20, R962-963 PubMed abstract
  • Royo, H; Polikiewicz, G; Mahadevaiah, SK; Prosser, H; Mitchell, M; Bradley, A; de Rooij, DG; Burgoyne, PS and Turner, JMA (2010)
    Evidence that meiotic sex chromosome inactivation is essential for male fertility.
    Current Biology 20, 2117-2123 PubMed abstract

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James Turner

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