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Peter E. Warburton

TitleASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
InstitutionMount Sinai
DepartmentGenetics and Genomic Sciences
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    1. Hasson D, Panchenko T, Salimian KJ, Salman MU, Sekulic N, Alonso A, Warburton PE, Black BE. The octamer is the major form of CENP-A nucleosomes at human centromeres. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2013 Jun; 20(6):687-95.
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    2. Earnshaw WC, Allshire RC, Black BE, Bloom K, Brinkley BR, Brown W, Cheeseman IM, Choo KH, Copenhaver GP, Deluca JG, Desai A, Diekmann S, Erhardt S, Fitzgerald-Hayes M, Foltz D, Fukagawa T, Gassmann R, Gerlich DW, Glover DM, Gorbsky GJ, Harrison SC, Heun P, Hirota T, Jansen LE, Karpen G, Kops GJ, Lampson MA, Lens SM, Losada A, Luger K, Maiato H, Maddox PS, Margolis RL, Masumoto H, McAinsh AD, Mellone BG, Meraldi P, Musacchio A, Oegema K, O'Neill RJ, Salmon ED, Scott KC, Straight AF, Stukenberg PT, Sullivan BA, Sullivan KF, Sunkel CE, Swedlow JR, Walczak CE, Warburton PE, Westermann S, Willard HF, Wordeman L, Yanagida M, Yen TJ, Yoda K, Cleveland DW. Esperanto for histones: CENP-A, not CenH3, is the centromeric histone H3 variant. Chromosome Res. 2013 Apr; 21(2):101-6.
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    3. Hemmat M, Wang BT, Warburton PE, Yang X, Boyar FZ, El Naggar M, Anguiano A. Neocentric X-chromosome in a girl with Turner-like syndrome. Mol Cytogenet. 2012; 5(1):29.
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    4. Levy B, Tegay D, Papenhausen P, Tepperberg J, Nahum O, Tsuchida T, Pletcher BA, Ala-Kokko L, Baker S, Frederick B, Hirschhorn K, Warburton P, Shanske A. Tetrasomy 15q26: a distinct syndrome or Shprintzen-Goldberg syndrome phenocopy? Genet Med. 2012 Sep; 14(9):811-8.
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    5. Jobanputra V, Burke A, Kwame AY, Shanmugham A, Shirazi M, Brown S, Warburton PE, Levy B, Warburton D. Duplication of the ZIC2 gene is not associated with holoprosencephaly. Am J Med Genet A. 2012 Jan; 158A(1):103-8.
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    6. Hasson D, Alonso A, Cheung F, Tepperberg JH, Papenhausen PR, Engelen JJ, Warburton PE. Formation of novel CENP-A domains on tandem repetitive DNA and across chromosome breakpoints on human chromosome 8q21 neocentromeres. Chromosoma. 2011 Dec; 120(6):621-32.
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    7. Burnside RD, Ibrahim J, Flora C, Schwartz S, Tepperberg JH, Papenhausen PR, Warburton PE. Interstitial deletion of proximal 8q including part of the centromere from unbalanced segregation of a paternal deletion/marker karyotype with neocentromere formation at 8p22. Cytogenet Genome Res. 2011; 132(4):227-32.
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    8. Scott SA, Cohen N, Brandt T, Warburton PE, Edelmann L. Large inverted repeats within Xp11.2 are present at the breakpoints of isodicentric X chromosomes in Turner syndrome. Hum Mol Genet. 2010 Sep 1; 19(17):3383-93.
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    9. Alonso A, Hasson D, Cheung F, Warburton PE. A paucity of heterochromatin at functional human neocentromeres. Epigenetics Chromatin. 2010; 3(1):6.
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    10. Warburton PE, Hasson D, Guillem F, Lescale C, Jin X, Abrusan G. Analysis of the largest tandemly repeated DNA families in the human genome. BMC Genomics. 2008; 9:533.
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    11. Henikoff S, Strahl BD, Warburton PE. Epigenomics: a roadmap to chromatin. Science. 2008 Nov 7; 322(5903):853.
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    12. Abrusán G, Giordano J, Warburton PE. Analysis of transposon interruptions suggests selection for L1 elements on the X chromosome. PLoS Genet. 2008 Aug; 4(8):e1000172.
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    13. Mueller JL, Mahadevaiah SK, Park PJ, Warburton PE, Page DC, Turner JM. The mouse X chromosome is enriched for multicopy testis genes showing postmeiotic expression. Nat Genet. 2008 Jun; 40(6):794-9.
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    14. Qin N, Bartley J, Wang JC, Warburton PE. A neocentromere derived from a supernumerary marker deleted from the long arm of chromosome 6. Cytogenet Genome Res. 2007; 119(1-2):154-7.
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    15. Ooi YS, Warburton PE, Ravin NV, Narayanan K. Recombineering linear DNA that replicate stably in E. coli. Plasmid. 2008 Jan; 59(1):63-71.
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    16. Abrusán G, Krambeck HJ, Junier T, Giordano J, Warburton PE. Biased distributions and decay of long interspersed nuclear elements in the chicken genome. Genetics. 2008 Jan; 178(1):573-81.
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    17. Giordano J, Ge Y, Gelfand Y, Abrusán G, Benson G, Warburton PE. Evolutionary history of mammalian transposons determined by genome-wide defragmentation. PLoS Comput Biol. 2007 Jul; 3(7):e137.
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    18. Alfakih K, Brown B, Lawrance RA, Warburton P, Maqbool A, Walters K, Samani NJ, Ball SG, Balmforth AJ, Hall AS. Effect of a common X-linked angiotensin II type 2-receptor gene polymorphism (-1332 G/A) on the occurrence of premature myocardial infarction and stenotic atherosclerosis requiring revascularization. Atherosclerosis. 2007 Nov; 195(1):e32-8.
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    19. Yu S, Barbouth D, Benke PJ, Warburton PE, Fan YS. Characterization of a neocentric supernumerary marker chromosome originating from the Xp distal region by FISH, CENP-C staining, and array CGH. Cytogenet Genome Res. 2007; 116(1-2):141-5.
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    20. Alonso A, Fritz B, Hasson D, Abrusan G, Cheung F, Yoda K, Radlwimmer B, Ladurner AG, Warburton PE. Co-localization of CENP-C and CENP-H to discontinuous domains of CENP-A chromatin at human neocentromeres. Genome Biol. 2007; 8(7):R148.
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    21. Cardone MF, Alonso A, Pazienza M, Ventura M, Montemurro G, Carbone L, de Jong PJ, Stanyon R, D'Addabbo P, Archidiacono N, She X, Eichler EE, Warburton PE, Rocchi M. Independent centromere formation in a capricious, gene-free domain of chromosome 13q21 in Old World monkeys and pigs. Genome Biol. 2006; 7(10):R91.
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    22. Warburton PE, Giordano J, Cheung F, Gelfand Y, Benson G. Inverted repeat structure of the human genome: the X-chromosome contains a preponderance of large, highly homologous inverted repeats that contain testes genes. Genome Res. 2004 Oct; 14(10A):1861-9.
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    23. Warburton PE. Centromeric heterochromatin comes clean with DNA methylation. Nat Methods. 2004 Oct; 1(1):14-5.
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    24. Velinov M, Gu H, Genovese M, Duncan C, Warburton P, Brooks SS, Jenkins EC. Characterization of an analphoid, neocentromere-positive inv dup 8p marker chromosome using multiplex whole chromosome and sub-telomere FISH analyses. Ann Genet. 2004 Apr-Jun; 47(2):199-205.
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    25. Warburton PE. Chromosomal dynamics of human neocentromere formation. Chromosome Res. 2004; 12(6):617-26.
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    26. Alonso A, Mahmood R, Li S, Cheung F, Yoda K, Warburton PE. Genomic microarray analysis reveals distinct locations for the CENP-A binding domains in three human chromosome 13q32 neocentromeres. Hum Mol Genet. 2003 Oct 15; 12(20):2711-21.
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    27. Narayanan K, Warburton PE. DNA modification and functional delivery into human cells using Escherichia coli DH10B. Nucleic Acids Res. 2003 May 1; 31(9):e51.
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    28. Knegt AC, Li S, Engelen JJ, Bijlsma EK, Warburton PE. Prenatal diagnosis of a karyotypically normal pregnancy in a mother with a supernumerary neocentric 13q21 -->13q22 chromosome and balancing reciprocal deletion. Prenat Diagn. 2003 Mar; 23(3):215-20.
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    29. Assumpção JG, Berkofsky-Fessler W, Viguetti Campos N, Trevas Maciel-Guerra A, Li S, Melaragno MI, Palandi de Mello M, Warburton PE. Identification of a neocentromere in a rearranged Y chromosome with no detectable DYZ3 centromeric sequence. Am J Med Genet. 2002 Dec 1; 113(3):263-7.
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    30. Lebo RV, Wyandt HE, Warburton PE, Li S, Milunsky JM. An unstable dicentric Robertsonian translocation in a markedly discordant twin. Clin Genet. 2002 Nov; 62(5):383-9.
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    31. Li S, Malafiej P, Levy B, Mahmood R, Field M, Hughes T, Lockhart LH, Wu Z, Huang M, Hirschhorn K, Velagaleti GV, Daniel A, Warburton PE. Chromosome 13q neocentromeres: molecular cytogenetic characterization of three additional cases and clinical spectrum. Am J Med Genet. 2002 Jul 1; 110(3):258-67.
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    32. Grimes BR, Warburton PE, Farr CJ. Chromosome engineering: prospects for gene therapy. Gene Ther. 2002 Jun; 9(11):713-8.
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    33. Yoon JT, Palazzo AF, Xiao D, Delohery TM, Warburton PE, Bruce JN, Thompson WJ, Sperl G, Whitehead C, Fetter J, Pamukcu R, Gundersen GG, Weinstein IB. CP248, a derivative of exisulind, causes growth inhibition, mitotic arrest, and abnormalities in microtubule polymerization in glioma cells. Mol Cancer Ther. 2002 Apr; 1(6):393-404.
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    34. Levy B, Jalal SM, Dunn TM, Warburton PE, Tonk VS, Hirschhorn K, Lockhart LH, Hughes T, Velagaleti GV. Unique case of mosaicism involving two morphologically similar marker chromosomes of different centric origin in a patient with developmental delay. Am J Med Genet. 2002 Mar 15; 108(3):198-204.
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    35. Warburton PE. Epigenetic analysis of kinetochore assembly on variant human centromeres. Trends Genet. 2001 May; 17(5):243-7.
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    36. Sugata N, Li S, Earnshaw WC, Yen TJ, Yoda K, Masumoto H, Munekata E, Warburton PE, Todokoro K. Human CENP-H multimers colocalize with CENP-A and CENP-C at active centromere--kinetochore complexes. Hum Mol Genet. 2000 Nov 22; 9(19):2919-26.
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    37. Warburton PE, Dolled M, Mahmood R, Alonso A, Li S, Naritomi K, Tohma T, Nagai T, Hasegawa T, Ohashi H, Govaerts LC, Eussen BH, Van Hemel JO, Lozzio C, Schwartz S, Dowhanick-Morrissette JJ, Spinner NB, Rivera H, Crolla JA, Yu C, Warburton D. Molecular cytogenetic analysis of eight inversion duplications of human chromosome 13q that each contain a neocentromere. Am J Hum Genet. 2000 Jun; 66(6):1794-806.
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    38. Warburton P, Baird G, Chen W, Morris K, Jacobs BW, Hodgson S, Docherty Z. Support for linkage of autism and specific language impairment to 7q3 from two chromosome rearrangements involving band 7q31. Am J Med Genet. 2000 Apr 3; 96(2):228-34.
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    39. Warburton P, Mohammed S, Ogilvie CM. Detection of submicroscopic subtelomeric chromosome translocations: a new case study. Am J Med Genet. 2000 Mar 6; 91(1):51-5.
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    40. Aagaard L, Schmid M, Warburton P, Jenuwein T. Mitotic phosphorylation of SUV39H1, a novel component of active centromeres, coincides with transient accumulation at mammalian centromeres. J Cell Sci. 2000 Mar; 113 ( Pt 5):817-29.
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    41. Levy B, Papenhausen P, Tepperberg J, Dunn T, Fallet S, Magid M, Kardon N, Hirschhorn K, Warburton P. Prenatal molecular cytogenetic diagnosis of partial tetrasomy 10p due to neocentromere formation in an inversion duplication analphoid marker chromosome. Cytogenet Cell Genet. 2000; 91(1-4):165-70.
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    42. Floridia G, Gimelli G, Zuffardi O, Earnshaw WC, Warburton PE, Tyler-Smith C. A neocentromere in the DAZ region of the human Y chromosome. Chromosoma. 2000; 109(5):318-27.
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    43. Warburton PE. Making CENs of mammalian artificial chromosomes. Mol Genet Metab. 1999 Oct; 68(2):152-60.
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    44. Tyler-Smith C, Gimelli G, Giglio S, Floridia G, Pandya A, Terzoli G, Warburton PE, Earnshaw WC, Zuffardi O. Transmission of a fully functional human neocentromere through three generations. Am J Hum Genet. 1999 May; 64(5):1440-4.
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    45. Warburton PE, Cooke CA, Bourassa S, Vafa O, Sullivan BA, Stetten G, Gimelli G, Warburton D, Tyler-Smith C, Sullivan KF, Poirier GG, Earnshaw WC. Immunolocalization of CENP-A suggests a distinct nucleosome structure at the inner kinetochore plate of active centromeres. Curr Biol. 1997 Nov 1; 7(11):901-4.
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    46. Warburton PE, Cooke HJ. Hamster chromosomes containing amplified human alpha-satellite DNA show delayed sister chromatid separation in the absence of de novo kinetochore formation. Chromosoma. 1997 Aug; 106(3):149-59.
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    47. Warburton PE, Kipling D. Human artificial chromosomes. Providing a little stability. Nature. 1997 Apr 10; 386(6625):553-5.
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    48. Kipling D, Warburton PE. Centromeres, CENP-B and Tigger too. Trends Genet. 1997 Apr; 13(4):141-5.
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    49. Balmforth AJ, Lee AJ, Warburton P, Donnelly D, Ball SG. The conformational change responsible for AT1 receptor activation is dependent upon two juxtaposed asparagine residues on transmembrane helices III and VII. J Biol Chem. 1997 Feb 14; 272(7):4245-51.
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    50. Warburton PE, Earnshaw WC. Untangling the role of DNA topoisomerase II in mitotic chromosome structure and function. Bioessays. 1997 Feb; 19(2):97-9.
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    51. O'Keefe CL, Warburton PE, Matera AG. Oligonucleotide probes for alpha satellite DNA variants can distinguish homologous chromosomes by FISH. Hum Mol Genet. 1996 Nov; 5(11):1793-9.
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    52. Goldberg IG, Sawhney H, Pluta AF, Warburton PE, Earnshaw WC. Surprising deficiency of CENP-B binding sites in African green monkey alpha-satellite DNA: implications for CENP-B function at centromeres. Mol Cell Biol. 1996 Sep; 16(9):5156-68.
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    53. Warburton PE, Haaf T, Gosden J, Lawson D, Willard HF. Characterization of a chromosome-specific chimpanzee alpha satellite subset: evolutionary relationship to subsets on human chromosomes. Genomics. 1996 Apr 15; 33(2):220-8.
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    54. Warburton PE, Willard HF. Interhomologue sequence variation of alpha satellite DNA from human chromosome 17: evidence for concerted evolution along haplotypic lineages. J Mol Evol. 1995 Dec; 41(6):1006-15.
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    55. Balmforth AJ, Lee AJ, Bajaj BP, Dickinson CJ, Warburton P, Ball SG. Functional domains of the C-terminus of the rat angiotensin AT1A receptor. Eur J Pharmacol. 1995 Oct 15; 291(2):135-41.
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    56. Balmforth AJ, Bryson SE, Aylett AJ, Warburton P, Ball SG, Pun KT, Middlemiss D, Drew GM. Comparative pharmacology of recombinant rat AT1A, AT1B and human AT1 receptors expressed by transfected COS-M6 cells. Br J Pharmacol. 1994 May; 112(1):277-81.
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    57. Greig GM, Warburton PE, Willard HF. Organization and evolution of an alpha satellite DNA subset shared by human chromosomes 13 and 21. J Mol Evol. 1993 Nov; 37(5):464-75.
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    58. Warburton PE, Waye JS, Willard HF. Nonrandom localization of recombination events in human alpha satellite repeat unit variants: implications for higher-order structural characteristics within centromeric heterochromatin. Mol Cell Biol. 1993 Oct; 13(10):6520-9.
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    59. Warburton PE, Willard HF. PCR amplification of tandemly repeated DNA: analysis of intra- and interchromosomal sequence variation and homologous unequal crossing-over in human alpha satellite DNA. Nucleic Acids Res. 1992 Nov 25; 20(22):6033-42.
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    60. Haaf T, Warburton PE, Willard HF. Integration of human alpha-satellite DNA into simian chromosomes: centromere protein binding and disruption of normal chromosome segregation. Cell. 1992 Aug 21; 70(4):681-96.
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    61. Bryson SE, Warburton P, Wintersgill HP, Drew GM, Michel AD, Ball SG, Balmforth AJ. Induction of the angiotensin AT2 receptor subtype expression by differentiation of the neuroblastoma x glioma hybrid, NG-108-15. Eur J Pharmacol. 1992 Feb 13; 225(2):119-27.
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    62. Warburton PE, Wevrick R, Mahtani MM, Willard HF. Pulsed-field and two-dimensional gel electrophoresis of long arrays of tandemly repeated DNA : analysis of human centromeric alpha satellite. Methods Mol Biol. 1992; 12:299-317.
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    63. Warburton PE, Greig GM, Haaf T, Willard HF. PCR amplification of chromosome-specific alpha satellite DNA: definition of centromeric STS markers and polymorphic analysis. Genomics. 1991 Oct; 11(2):324-33.
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    64. Warburton PE, Willard HF. Genomic analysis of sequence variation in tandemly repeated DNA. Evidence for localized homogeneous sequence domains within arrays of alpha-satellite DNA. J Mol Biol. 1990 Nov 5; 216(1):3-16.
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    65. Willard HF, Wevrick R, Warburton PE. Human centromere structure: organization and potential role of alpha satellite DNA. Prog Clin Biol Res. 1989; 318:9-18.
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