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Daniela Boehm

TitlePostodoctoral Fellow
InstitutionUniversity of California San Francisco
DepartmentGladstone Institutes
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    1. Boehm D, Ott M. Host Methyltransferases and Demethylases: Potential New Epigenetic Targets for HIV Cure Strategies and Beyond. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses. 2017 Nov; 33(S1):S8-S22. PMID: 29140109.
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    2. Boehm D, Ott M. Flow Cytometric Analysis of HIV-1 Transcriptional Activity in Response to shRNA Knockdown in A2 and A72 J-Lat Cell Lines. Bio Protoc. 2017 Jun 05; 7(11). PMID: 29082287.
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    3. Boehm D, Ott M. Flow Cytometric Analysis of Drug-induced HIV-1 Transcriptional Activity in A2 and A72 J-Lat Cell Lines. Bio Protoc. 2017 May 20; 7(10). PMID: 28835903.
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    4. Boehm D, Jeng M, Camus G, Gramatica A, Schwarzer R, Johnson JR, Hull PA, Montano M, Sakane N, Pagans S, Godin R, Deeks SG, Krogan NJ, Greene WC, Ott M. SMYD2-Mediated Histone Methylation Contributes to HIV-1 Latency. Cell Host Microbe. 2017 May 10; 21(5):569-579.e6. PMID: 28494238.
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    5. Ali I, Ramage H, Boehm D, Dirk LM, Sakane N, Hanada K, Pagans S, Kaehlcke K, Aull K, Weinberger L, Trievel R, Schnoelzer M, Kamada M, Houtz R, Ott M. The HIV-1 Tat Protein Is Monomethylated at Lysine 71 by the Lysine Methyltransferase KMT7. J Biol Chem. 2016 07 29; 291(31):16240-8. PMID: 27235396.
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    6. Boehm D, Conrad RJ, Ott M. Bromodomain proteins in HIV infection. Viruses. 2013 Jun 21; 5(6):1571-86. PMID: 23793227; PMCID: PMC3717722.
    7. Boehm D, Calvanese V, Dar RD, Xing S, Schroeder S, Martins L, Aull K, Li PC, Planelles V, Bradner JE, Zhou MM, Siliciano RF, Weinberger L, Verdin E, Ott M. BET bromodomain-targeting compounds reactivate HIV from latency via a Tat-independent mechanism. Cell Cycle. 2013 Feb 01; 12(3):452-62. PMID: 23255218; PMCID: PMC3587446.