Li Lab:Collaborations

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*[http://www.bcm.edu/mcb/faculty/oesterreich.html Steffi Oesterreich] (Departments of Medicine, Baylor Breast Center and Molecular & Cellular Biology)
*[http://www.bcm.edu/mcb/faculty/oesterreich.html Steffi Oesterreich] (Departments of Medicine, Baylor Breast Center and Molecular & Cellular Biology)
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High Resolution Dnase I Hypersensitive Site Mapping In Mammary Gland Development.
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Nuclear Receptors and Corepressors - Mechanism of Action and Role in Breast Cancer

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  • Bert W. O'Malley (Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology, Baylor College of Medicine)


  • Dean P. Edwards (Departments of Molecular & Cellular Biology and Pathology; Associate Director for Research Infrastructure, Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center)

Progesterone receptor binding to specific DNA sequences


  • Carolyn L. Smith (Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology, Baylor College of Medicine)

Interaction of a coregulator with genes


  • Jianming Xu (Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology)

Transcriptional Control of Development and Hormonally Promoted Breast and Prostate Cancers


High Resolution Dnase I Hypersensitive Site Mapping In Mammary Gland Development.


  • Steffi Oesterreich (Departments of Medicine, Baylor Breast Center and Molecular & Cellular Biology)

Nuclear Receptors and Corepressors - Mechanism of Action and Role in Breast Cancer


  • Rui Chen (Genome Sequencing Center and Departments of Molecular and Human Genetic)

Next-Gen ChIP-seq analysis


  • Myles Brown (Department of Medical Oncology, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute )

Nuclear Receptors and Corepressors - Mechanism of Action and Role in Breast Cancer


  • Qianben Wang

Genome-Wide Analysis of Transcription Factor Function in Prostate Cancer


  • X. Shirley Liu (Department of Biostatistics and Computational Biology, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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