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Professor Sascha Ott - Selected Non-Recent Publications

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"Loss of Endometrial Plasticity in Recurrent Pregnancy Loss", Emma S Lucas, Nigel P Dyer, Keisuke Murakami, Yie Hou Lee, Yi-Wah Chan, Giulia Grimaldi, Joanne Muter, Paul J Brighton, Jonathan D Moore, Gnyaneshwari Patel, Jerry K Y Chan, Satoru Takeda, Eric W-F Lam, Siobhan Quenby, Sascha Ott, Jan J Brosens, Stem Cells, 34: 346–356, 2016
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report on Sky News


“Analysis of 5’ gene regions reveals extraordinary conservation of novel non-coding sequences in a wide range of animals”, Nathaniel J Davies, Peter Krusche, Eran Tauber, Sascha Ott, BMC Evolutionary Biology, 15: 227, 2015
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This article made it into the top ten most popular articles of 2015 in this journal.


“Apply market forces to peer review”, Sascha Ott, Daniel Hebenstreit, Nature (Correspondence), 506: 295, 2014
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“Wellington: a novel method for the accurate identification of digital genomic footprints from DNase-seq data”, Jason Piper, Markus Elze, Pierre Cauchy, Peter Cockerill, Constanze Bonifer, Sascha Ott, Nucleic Acids Research, doi: 10.1093/nar/gkt850, 2013
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link to pyDNase software
link to follow-up publication expanding to differential footprinting


"Conserved noncoding sequences highlight shared components of regulatory networks in dicotyledonous plants", Laura Baxter, Aleksey Jironkin, Richard Hickman, Jay Moore, Christopher Barrington, Peter Krusche, Nigel P. Dyer, Vicky Buchanan-Wollaston, Alexander Tiskin, Jim Beynon, Katherine Denby, Sascha Ott, Plant Cell, 24: 3949-3965, 2012
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This work was mentioned in BBSRC's annual report 2012-2013 (bottom of page 8).



“An Alignment-Free Model for Comparison of Regulatory Sequences”, Hashem Koohy, Nigel P Dyer, John E Reid, Georgy Koentges, Sascha Ott, Bioinformatics, 26: 2391-2397, 2010
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PSB 2014

“Finding optimal models for small gene networks”, Sascha Ott, Seiya Imoto, Satoru Miyano, Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 2004, 557-567
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