Dilworth Lab

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Contact Information

Jeff Dilworth, PhD
613-737-8899 ext. 70339
jdilworth@ohri.ca

ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6265-8102

Publications

Selected Publications

D. Robinson, M. Ritso, G. Nelson, Z. Mokhtari, K. Nakka, H. Bandukwala, S. Goldman, P. Park, R. Mounier, B. Chazaud, M. Brand, M. Rudnicki, K. Adelman, F.J. Dilworth. Negative elongation factor regulates muscle progenitor expansion for efficient myofiber repair and stem cell pool repopulation. Dev Cell 56: 1014-1029, 2021.

M. Brand, K. Nakka, J. Zhu, and F.J. Dilworth. Polycomb/Trithorax Antagonism: Cellular Memory in Stem Cell Fate and Function. Cell Stem Cell 4: 518-533, 2019.

H. Faralli, C. Wang, A. Benyoucef, S. Sebastian, L. Zhuang, A. Chu, C. Palii, C. Liu, B. Camellato, M. Brand, K. Ge, and F.J. Dilworth. H3K27-demethylase activity of UTX/KDM6A is essential for skeletal muscle regeneration. Journal of Clinical Investigation 126: 1555-1565, 2016.

K. Singh, M. Cassano, E. Planet, S.Sebastian, S.M. Jang, G. Sohi, J. Choi, H.D. Youn, F.J. Dilworth*, and D. Trono*. KAP1 functions as a phosphorylation-inducible activator of MyoD function during skeletal muscle differentiation. Genes & Dev 29: 513-525, 2015. *Co-corresponding authors

S. Sebastian, H. Faralli, Z. Yao, P. Rakopoulos, C. Palii, Y. Cao, K. Singh, Q-C. Liu, A. Chu, A. Aziz, M. Brand, S.J. Tapscott, and F.J. Dilworth. Tissue-specific splicing of a ubiquitously expressed transcription factor is essential for muscle differentiation. Genes & Dev 27: 1247-1259, 2013.

S. Rampalli, L. Li, E. Mak, K. Ge, M. Brand, S.J. Tapscott, and F.J. Dilworth. p38 MAPK signaling pathway regulates recruitment of Ash2L-containing methyltransferase complexes to specific genes during differentiation. Nature Struct Mol Biol 14: 1150-1156, 2007.

PubMed Listings

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