Kyle M. Miller
Kyle M. Miller
Associate Professor, Department of Molecular Biosciences, University of Texas at Austin
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Functional dissection of protein complexes involved in yeast chromosome biology using a genetic interaction map
SR Collins, KM Miller, NL Maas, A Roguev, J Fillingham, CS Chu, ...
Nature 446 (7137), 806-810, 2007
Human HDAC1 and HDAC2 function in the DNA-damage response to promote DNA nonhomologous end-joining
KM Miller, JV Tjeertes, J Coates, G Legube, SE Polo, S Britton, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 17 (9), 1144, 2010
Mammalian SUMO E3-ligases PIAS1 and PIAS4 promote responses to DNA double-strand breaks
Y Galanty, R Belotserkovskaya, J Coates, S Polo, KM Miller, SP Jackson
Nature 462 (7275), 935-939, 2009
Small-molecule–induced DNA damage identifies alternative DNA structures in human genes
R Rodriguez, KM Miller, JV Forment, CR Bradshaw, M Nikan, S Britton, ...
Nature chemical biology 8 (3), 301, 2012
Mammalian polymerase θ promotes alternative NHEJ and suppresses recombination
PA Mateos-Gomez, F Gong, N Nair, KM Miller, E Lazzerini-Denchi, A Sfeir
Nature 518 (7538), 254-257, 2015
Transcriptionally active chromatin recruits homologous recombination at DNA double-strand breaks
F Aymard, B Bugler, CK Schmidt, E Guillou, P Caron, S Briois, JS Iacovoni, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 21 (4), 366, 2014
Screen for DNA‐damage‐responsive histone modifications identifies H3K9Ac and H3K56Ac in human cells
JV Tjeertes, KM Miller, SP Jackson
The EMBO journal 28 (13), 1878-1889, 2009
Semi-conservative DNA replication through telomeres requires Taz1
KM Miller, O Rog, JP Cooper
Nature 440 (7085), 824-828, 2006
Cell cycle and checkpoint regulation of histone H3 K56 acetylation by Hst3 and Hst4
NL Maas, KM Miller, LG DeFazio, DP Toczyski
Molecular cell 23 (1), 109-119, 2006
Indecent exposure: when telomeres become uncapped
MG Ferreira, KM Miller, JP Cooper
Molecular cell 13 (1), 7-18, 2004
Screen identifies bromodomain protein ZMYND8 in chromatin recognition of transcription-associated DNA damage that promotes homologous recombination
F Gong, LY Chiu, B Cox, F Aymard, T Clouaire, JW Leung, M Cammarata, ...
Genes & development 29 (2), 197-211, 2015
Mammalian DNA repair: HATs and HDACs make their mark through histone acetylation
F Gong, KM Miller
Mutation Research/Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis 750 (1 …, 2013
Taz1, Rap1 and Rif1 act both interdependently and independently to maintain telomeres
KM Miller, MG Ferreira, JP Cooper
The EMBO journal 24 (17), 3128-3135, 2005
The telomere protein Taz1 is required to prevent and repair genomic DNA breaks
KM Miller, JP Cooper
Molecular cell 11 (2), 303-313, 2003
Engineered proteins detect spontaneous DNA breakage in human and bacterial cells
C Shee, BD Cox, F Gu, EM Luengas, MC Joshi, LY Chiu, D Magnan, ...
Elife 2, e01222, 2013
Unravelling the genomic targets of small molecules using high-throughput sequencing
R Rodriguez, KM Miller
Nature Reviews Genetics 15 (12), 783-796, 2014
HAATI survivors replace canonical telomeres with blocks of generic heterochromatin
D Jain, AK Hebden, TM Nakamura, KM Miller, JP Cooper
Nature 467 (7312), 223-227, 2010
Histone marks: repairing DNA breaks within the context of chromatin
KM Miller, SP Jackson
Biochemical Society Transactions 40 (2), 370-376, 2012
Histone demethylase KDM5A regulates the ZMYND8–NuRD chromatin remodeler to promote DNA repair
F Gong, T Clouaire, M Aguirrebengoa, G Legube, KM Miller
Journal of Cell Biology 216 (7), 1959-1974, 2017
Telomere maintenance in fission yeast requires an Est1 ortholog
HTH Beernink, K Miller, A Deshpande, P Bucher, JP Cooper
Current biology 13 (7), 575-580, 2003
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