main marquee background
main title
Weill Cornell Medical College
molecule image
go home
 

Selected Publications

  1. Tyler, J.K. Nucleosomes find their place (2016) Trends in Genetics. 32(11):689-690.

  2. Lee, SS and Tyler, JK. Stressed-out chromatin promotes longevity. (2016) Nature. 534: 625-6.

  3. Pal, S and Tyler, JK. Epigenetics and Aging. (2016) Science Advances. 2(7).

  4. Hung PJ, Chen BR, George R, Liberman C, Morales AJ, Colon-Ortiz P, Tyler JK, Sleckman BP, Bredemeyer AL. Deficiency of XLF and PAXX Prevents DNA Double-Strand Break Repair by Non-homologous End Joining in Lymphocytes. (2016) Cell Cycle. Nov 10:0.

  5. Liu, WH, Roemer, SC, Zhou, Y, Shen, ZJ, Dennehey, BK, Balsbaugh, JL, Liddle, JC, Nemkov, T, Ahn, NG, Hansen KC, Tyler, JK, Churchill, MEA. The Cac1 subunit of histone chaperone CAF-1 organizes CAF-1-H3/H4 architecture and tetramerizes Histones (2016) Elife. Sep 30;5.

  6. Hossain, MB, Fueyo-Margareto, J, Shifat, R, Sulman, EP, Johnston, D, Hung, MC, Bedford, M, Lu, X., Tyler, J.K., Lang, FF, Jiang, H, Gomez-Manzano. TIE2-mediated tyrosine phosphorylation of H4 regulates DNA damage response by recruiting ABL1. (2016) Science Advances. Apr 1;2(4).

  7. Li, X., and Tyler, J.K. Nucleosome disassembly during non-homologous end joining in human cells, followed by concerted HIRA- and CAF-1-dependent chromatin reassembly. (2016) Elife. Jun 8:5.

  8. Wike, CL, Graves, HK, Wason, A., Byrum, S, Hawkins, R, Tackett, AJ, Gopalakrishnan, J., Schumacher, J and Tyler, J. Excess free histone H3 localizes to centrosomes for proteasome-mediated degradation during mitosis in metazoans. (2016) Cell Cycle. June 1:0.

  9. Pal, S, Graves, HK, Ohsawa, R, Huang, T-h, Wang, P., Harmacek, L., Tyler, JK. The commercial antibodies widely used to measure H3 K56 acetylation are non-specific in human and Drosophila cells. (2016) PLoS One. May 17:11.

  10. Graves, H., Wang, P-P., Lagarde, M., Chen, Z., Tyler, J.K. Mutations that prevent or mimic persistent post-translational modification of the histone H3 globular domain cause lethality and growth defects in Drosophila. (2016) Epigenetics Chromatin. Feb 29; 9:9.

  11. Wike CL, Graves HK, Hawkins R, Gibson MD, Ferdinand MB, Zhang T, Chen Z, Hudson DF, Ottesen JJ, Poirier MG, Schumacher J, Tyler JK. Aurora-A mediated histone H3 phosphorylation of threonine 118 controls condensin I and cohesin occupancy in mitosis. (2016) Elife Feb 16;5.

  12. Chen K, Hu Z, Xia Z, Zhao D, Li W, Tyler JK. The overlooked fact: fundamental need of spike-in controls for virtually all genome-wide analyses. (2015) Molecular and Cellular Biology 36(5):662-7.

  13. Gupta A, Hunt, CR, Hegdec ML, Chakraborty S, Udayakumar D, Horikoshi N, Singh M, Ramnarain DB, Hittelman WN, Namjoshi S, Asaithamby A, Hazra TK, Ludwig T, Pandita RK, Tyler JK, Pandita TK. MOF Phosphorylation by ATM regulates 53BP1-mediated double-strand break repair pathway choice (2014) Cell Reports. 8(3), 177-89.

  14. Castillo A, Paul A, Sun B, Huang T-H, Wang Y, Yazinski SA, Tyler JK, Li K, You MJ, Zou L, Yao J and Wang B. The BRCA1-interacting protein, Abraxas, is required for genomic stability and tumor suppression (2014) Cell Reports. 8(3) 807-17.

  15. Das, C., Roy, S., Namjoshi, S., Malarkey, C.S., Jones, D.N.M, Kutateladze, T.G., Churchill, M.E.A., and Tyler, J.K. Recognition of acetylated histone H3 lysine 56 and the histone chaperone ASF1 by the CBP bromodomain promotes acetylation of non-chromatin bound histones. (2014) PNAS111(12), E1072-81.

  16. Hu Z, Chen K, Xia Z, Chavez M, Pal S, Seol J-H, Chen C-C, Li W, Tyler JK (2014) Nucleosome loss leads to global transcriptional upregulation and genomic instability during yeast aging. Genes and Development 15;28(4):396-408. PMID: 24532716

  17. Hammond SL, Byrum SD, Namjoshi S, Graves HK, Dennehey BK, Tackett AJ, Tyler JK (2014) Mitotic phosphorylation of histone H3 threonine 80. Cell Cycle 13(3). PMID: 24275038

  18. Dennehey BK, Noone S, Liu WH, Smith L, Churchill MEA, Tyler JK (2013) The C-terminus of the histone chaperone Asf1 crosslinks to histone H3 in yeast and promotes the interaction with histones H3 and H4. Molecular and Cellular Biology 33(3), 605-21. PMID: 23184661

  19. Chen K, Xi Y, Pan X, Li Z, Kaestner K, Tyler JK, Dent S, He X, Li W (2013) DANPOS: Dynamic Analysis of Nucleosome Position and Occupancy by Sequencing. Genome Research 23(2)341-51. PMID: 23193179

  20. Ohsawa R, Seol J-H, Tyler JK (2013) At the intersection of non coding RNAs, DNA repair, chromatin structure and cellular senescence. Frontiers in Genetics 4:136. PMID: 23967007

  21. ennehey B, Tyler JK (2013) Chromatin assembly and disassembly during DNA repair and DNA replication. Chapter 2, Fundamentals of Chromatin. Edited by J. Workman.

    Budhavarapu V, Chavez M, Tyler JK (2013) How is epigenetic information maintained through DNA replication? Epigenetics and Chromatin 6(1):32. PMID: 24225278

  22. Deem A, Li X, Tyler, JK (2012) Epigenetic Regulation of Genomic Integrity. Chromosoma 121:131-51. PMID: 22249206

  23. Chavez M, Scorgie J, Dennehey B, Noone S, Tyler JK, Churchill M (2012) The conformational flexibility of the C-terminus of histone H4 promotes histone octamer and nucleosome stability and yeast viability. Epigenetics and Chromatin 5(1):5. PMID: 22541333

  24. Feser J, Tyler JK (2011) Invited Review, Chromatin structure as a mediator of aging. FEBS letters, published online. PMID: 21081125

  25. Feser J, Truong D, Das C, Carson JJ, Kieft J, Harkness T, Tyler J (2010) Elevated histone expression promotes life span extension. Molecular Cell 39:724-35. PMID: 20832724

  26. Das C, Tyler JK, Churchill MEA (2010) Invited Review, The histone shuffle: histone chaperones in an energetic dance. Trends in Biological Sciences 35:476-89. PMID: 20444609

  27. Ransom M, Dennehey B, Tyler JK (2010) Chaperoning histones during DNA repair and replication. Cell 140:183-95. PMID: 20141833

  28. Chen C-C, Tyler JK (2009) Selective sensitization of cancer cells to DNA damage by a HAT inhibitor. Cell Cycle 8(18). PMID: 19736512

  29. Ransom M, Williams SK, Dechassa ML, Das C, Linger J, Adkins M, Liu C, Bartholomew B, Tyler JK (2009) FACT and the proteasome promote promoter chromatin disassembly and transcriptional initiation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 284(35): 23461-71. PMID: 19574230

  30. Ohsawa R, Adkins M, Tyler, JK (2009) Epigenetic inheritance of an inducibly nucleosome-depleted promoter and its associated transcriptional state in the apparent absence of transcriptional activators. Epigenetics and Chromatin 2:11. PMID: 19747370

  31. Das C, Lucia S, Hansen K., Tyler JK (2009) CBP/p300-mediated acetylation of histone H3 on lysine 56. Nature 459, 113-17. PMID: 19270680

  32. Chen C-C, Tyler JK (2008) Chromatin reassembly signals the end of DNA repair. Cell Cycle 7:3792-97. PMID: 19066448

  33. Chen C-C, Carson J, Feser J, Tamburini B, Zabaronick S, Linger J, Tyler JK (2008) Acetylated lysine 56 on histone H3 drives chromatin assembly after repair and signals for the completion of repair. Cell 134:231-43. PMID: 18662539

  34. Williams S, Truong D, Tyler JK (2008) Acetylation in the globular core of histone H3 on lysine-56 promotes chromatin disassembly during transcriptional activation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 105:9000-05. PMID: 18577595

  35. Adkins MW, Williams SK, Linger J, Tyler JK (2007) Chromatin disassembly from the PHO5 promoter is essential for the recruitment of the general transcription machinery and coactivators. Mol Cell Biol 18:6372-82. PMID: 7620413

  36. Linger J, Tyler JK (2007) Chromatin disassembly and assembly during DNA repair. Mutation Research 618:52-64. PMID: 17303193

  37. Williams S, Tyler JK (2007) Transcriptional regulation by chromatin disassembly and reassembly. Current Opinions in Genetics and Development 17:88-93. PMID: 17307351

  38. Adkins MW, Carson JJ, English CM, Ramey JC, Tyler JK (2007) The histone chaperone anti-silencing function 1 stimulates the acetylation of newly synthesized histone H3 in S-phase. Journal of Biological Chemistry 12:1334-40. PMID: 17107956

  39. English CM, Adkins MW, Carson JJ, Churchill MEA, Tyler JK (2006) Structural basis for the histone chaperone activity of Asf1. Cell 127:495-508. PMID: 17081973 PMCID: PMC2981792

  40. Linger J, Tyler JK (2006) Global replication-independent histone H4 exchange in budding yeast. Eukaryotic Cell 5:1780-87. PMID: 16936140 PMCID: PMC1595336

  41. Tamburini B, Carson J, Linger JG, Tyler JK (2006) Dominant mutants of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae ASF1 histone chaperone bypass the need for CAF-1 in transcriptional silencing by altering histone and Sir protein recruitment. Genetics 173:599-610. PMID: 16582440

  42. Adkins MW, Tyler JK (2006) Transcriptional activators are dispensable for transcription in the absence of Spt6-mediated chromatin reassembly of promoter regions. Molecular Cell 3:405-16. PMID: 16455495

  43. Schulz LL, Tyler JK (2006) The histone chaperone ASF1 localizes to active DNA replication forks to mediate efficient DNA replication. FASEB J 20(3):488-90. PMID: 16396992

  44. Tyler JK (2006) Chromatin Assembly Methods. Chapter 38, Cell Biology: a Laboratory Handbook. Edited by Julio E. Celis.

  45. English CM, Maluf NK, Tripet B, Churchill MEA, Tyler JK (2005) ASF1 binds to a heterodimer of histones H3 and H4: a two-step mechanism for the assembly of the H3-H4 heterotetramer on DNA. Biochemistry 44:13673-82. PMID: 16229457

  46. Tamburini B, Carson J, Adkins M, Tyler JK (2005) Functional conservation and specialization among eukaryotic anti-silencing function 1 histone chaperones. Eukaryotic Cell 4:1583-90. PMID: 16151251

  47. Linger J, Tyler JK (2005) The yeast histone chaperone chromatin assembly factor 1 protects against double-strand DNA-damaging agents. Genetics 171:1513-22. PMID: 16143623

  48. Tamburini B, Tyler JK (2005) Localized histone acetylation and deacetylation triggered by the homologous recombination pathway of double-strand DNA repair. Molecular and Cellular Biology 25:4903-13. PMID: 15923609

  49. Schulz L, Tyler JK (2005) Heterochromatin focuses on senescence. Molecular Cell 17:168-70. PMID: 15664186

  50. Zabaronick S, Tyler JK (2005) The histone chaperone anti-silencing function 1 is a global regulator of transcription independent of passage through S phase. Molecular and Cellular Biology 25:652-60. PMID: 15632066

  51. Adkins MW, Tyler JK (2004) The histone chaperone Asf1p mediates global chromatin disassembly in vivo. Journal of Biological Chemistry 279:52069-74. PMID: 15452122

  52. Ramey CJ, Howar S, Adkins M, Linger J, Spicer J, Tyler JK (2004) Activation of the DNA damage checkpoint in yeast lacking the histone chaperone anti-silencing function 1. Molecular and Cellular Biology 24:10313-27. PMID: 15542840

  53. Adkins M, Howar S, Tyler JK (2004) Chromatin disassembly mediated by the histone chaperone Asf1 is essential for transcriptional activation of the yeast PHO5 and PHO8 genes. Molecular Cell 14:657-66. PMID: 15175160

  54. Tyler JK (2002) Chromatin assembly: cooperation between histone chaperones and ATP-dependent nucleosome remodeling activities. European Journal of Biochemistry 269:2268-74. PMID: 11985607

  55. Tyler JK*, Collins KA, Prasad-Sinha J, Amiott E, Bulger M, Harte PJ, Kobayashi R, Kadonaga JT (2001) Interaction between the Drosophila CAF-1 and ASF1 chromatin assembly factors. Molecular and Cellular Biology 21:6574-84. *Corresponding author. PMID: 11533245

  56. Tyler, JK, Adams CR, Chen S-R, Kobayashi R, Kamakaka RT, Kadonaga JT (1999) The RCAF complex mediates chromatin assembly during DNA replication and repair. Nature 402:555-60. PMID: 10591219

  57. Tyler, JK, Kadonaga JT (1999) The "dark side" of chromatin remodeling: repressive effects on transcription. Cell 99:443-46. PMID: 10589670

  58. Tyler JK, Bulger M, Kamakaka RT, Kobayashi R, Kadonaga JT (1996) The p55 subunit of Drosophila chromatin assembly factor 1 is homologous to a histone deacetylase-associated protein. Molecular and Cellular Biology 16:6149-59. PMID: 8887645