Life Sciences Research for Lifelong Health

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Dr Claudia Ribeiro de Almeida

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Latest Publications

RNA Helicase DDX1 Converts RNA G-Quadruplex Structures into R-Loops to Promote IgH Class Switch Recombination.

Ribeiro de Almeida C, Dhir S, Dhir A

Molecular cell
70 1097-4164:650-662.e8 (2018)

PMID: 29731414

Dynamic Control of Long-Range Genomic Interactions at the Immunoglobulin κ Light-Chain Locus.

Ribeiro de Almeida C, Hendriks RW, Stadhouders R

Advances in immunology
128 1557-8445:183-271 (2015)

PMID: 26477368

The DNA-binding factor Ctcf critically controls gene expression in macrophages.

Nikolic T, Movita D, Lambers ME

Cellular & molecular immunology
11 2042-0226:58-70 (2014)

PMID: 24013844

Allelic exclusion of the immunoglobulin heavy chain locus is independent of its nuclear localization in mature B cells.

Holwerda SJ, van de Werken HJ, Ribeiro de Almeida C

Nucleic acids research
41 1362-4962:6905-16 (2013)

PMID: 23748562

DNA-binding factor CTCF and long-range gene interactions in V(D)J recombination and oncogene activation.

Ribeiro de Almeida C, Stadhouders R, Thongjuea S

Blood
119 1528-0020:6209-18 (2012)

PMID: 22538856

Gene expression profiling in mice with enforced Gata3 expression reveals putative targets of Gata3 in double positive thymocytes.

van Hamburg JP, de Bruijn MJ, Ribeiro de Almeida C

Molecular immunology
46 1872-9142:3251-60 (2009)

PMID: 19729201

Critical role for the transcription regulator CCCTC-binding factor in the control of Th2 cytokine expression.

Ribeiro de Almeida C, Heath H, Krpic S

Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950)
182 1550-6606:999-1010 (2009)

PMID: 19124743

CTCF regulates cell cycle progression of alphabeta T cells in the thymus.

Heath H, Ribeiro de Almeida C, Sleutels F

The EMBO journal
27 1460-2075:2839-50 (2008)

PMID: 18923423

Enforced expression of GATA3 allows differentiation of IL-17-producing cells, but constrains Th17-mediated pathology.

van Hamburg JP, de Bruijn MJ, Ribeiro de Almeida C

European journal of immunology
38 0014-2980:2573-86 (2008)

PMID: 18792410