Lisa A Dailey

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Lisa A Dailey, Ph.D.

Associate Professor;
Department of Microbiology (Microbiology )

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550 First Avenue
Floor 2 Room 207 & 252
Medical Science Building
New York, NY 10016


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FIREWACh: high-throughput functional detection of transcriptional regulatory modules in mammalian cells
Murtha, Matthew; Tokcaer-Keskin, Zeynep; Tang, Zuojian; Strino, Francesco; Chen, Xi; Wang, Yatong; Xi, Xiangmei; Basilico, Claudio; Brown, Stuart; Bonneau, Richard; Kluger, Yuval; Dailey, Lisa
2014 May;11(5):559-565, Nature methods
— id: 970072, year: 2014, vol: 11, page: 559, stat: Journal Article,

Isolation and analysis of DNA derived from nucleosome-free regions
Murtha, Matthew; Wang, Yatong; Basilico, Claudio; Dailey, Lisa
2013 ;977:35-51, Methods in molecular biology
— id: 271312, year: 2013, vol: 977, page: 35, stat: Journal Article,

Construction of gene/transcription regulatory networks
Dailey, Lisa
2010 Jan;9(1):1-3, Briefings in functional genomics & proteomics
— id: 107751, year: 2010, vol: 9, page: 1, stat: Journal Article,

Identification of active transcriptional regulatory modules by the functional assay of DNA from nucleosome-free regions
Yaragatti, Mahesh; Basilico, Claudio; Dailey, Lisa
2008 Jun;18(6):930-938, Genome research
— id: 80304, year: 2008, vol: 18, page: 930, stat: Journal Article,

Downregulation of Akt activity contributes to the growth arrest induced by FGF in chondrocytes
Priore, Riccardo; Dailey, Lisa; Basilico, Claudio
2006 Jun;207(3):800-808, Journal of cellular physiology
— id: 64470, year: 2006, vol: 207, page: 800, stat: Journal Article,

Mechanisms underlying differential responses to FGF signaling
Dailey, Lisa; Ambrosetti, Davide; Mansukhani, Alka; Basilico, Claudio
2005 Apr;16(2):233-247, Cytokine & growth factor reviews
— id: 55971, year: 2005, vol: 16, page: 233, stat: Journal Article,

FGF signaling initiates multiple pathways to induce growth arrest and promote hypertrophic differentiation of chondrocytes
Dailey, L; LaPlantine, E; Priore, R; Basilico, C
2003 MAY ;32(5):S144-S144, Bone
— id: 38552, year: 2003, vol: 32, page: S144, stat: Journal Article,

A network of transcriptional and signaling events is activated by FGF to induce chondrocyte growth arrest and differentiation
Dailey, Lisa; Laplantine, Emmanuel; Priore, Riccardo; Basilico, Claudio
2003 Jun 23;161(6):1053-1066, Journal of cell biology
— id: 39184, year: 2003, vol: 161, page: 1053, stat: Journal Article,

Coevolution of HMG domains and homeodomains and the generation of transcriptional regulation by Sox/POU complexes
Dailey L; Basilico C
2001 Mar;186(3):315-328, Journal of cellular physiology
— id: 26799, year: 2001, vol: 186, page: 315, stat: Journal Article,

Modulation of the activity of multiple transcriptional activation domains by the DNA binding domains mediates the synergistic action of Sox2 and Oct-3 on the fibroblast growth factor-4 enhancer
Ambrosetti DC; Scholer HR; Dailey L; Basilico C
2000 Jul 28;275(30):23387-23397, Journal of biological chemistry
— id: 11713, year: 2000, vol: 275, page: 23387, stat: Journal Article,

Synergistic activation of the fibroblast growth factor 4 enhancer by Sox2 and Oct-3 depends on protein-protein interactions facilitated by a specific spatial arrangement of factor binding sites
Ambrosetti DC; Basilico C; Dailey L
1997 Nov;17(11):6321-6329, Molecular & cellular biology
— id: 12266, year: 1997, vol: 17, page: 6321, stat: Journal Article,

Regulatory mechanisms governing FGF-4 gene expression during mouse development
Basilico C; Ambrosetti D; Fraidenraich D; Dailey L
1997 Nov;173(2):227-232, Journal of cellular physiology
— id: 12227, year: 1997, vol: 173, page: 227, stat: Journal Article,

Developmental-specific activity of the FGF-4 enhancer requires the synergistic action of Sox2 and Oct-3
Yuan H; Corbi N; Basilico C; Dailey L
1995 Nov 1;9(21):2635-2645, Genes & development
— id: 56811, year: 1995, vol: 9, page: 2635, stat: Journal Article,

Interaction between a novel F9-specific factor and octamer-binding proteins is required for cell-type-restricted activity of the fibroblast growth factor 4 enhancer
Dailey L; Yuan H; Basilico C
1994 Dec;14(12):7758-7769, Molecular & cellular biology
— id: 14411, year: 1994, vol: 14, page: 7758, stat: Journal Article,