Barbara Panning, PhD

Professor
Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
+1 415 514-0745
Primary Thematic Area: 
Developmental & Stem Cell Biology
Secondary Thematic Area: 
Cancer Biology & Cell Signaling
Research Summary: 
The Panning lab studies mammalian stem cell epigenetics, focusing on X-inactivation and chromatin modifiers.
Publications: 

Autotaxin-mediated lipid signaling intersects with LIF and BMP signaling to promote the naive pluripotency transcription factor program.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Kime C, Sakaki-Yumoto M, Goodrich L, Hayashi Y, Sami S, Derynck R, Asahi M, Panning B, Yamanaka S, Tomoda K

Activators and repressors: A balancing act for X-inactivation.

Seminars in cell & developmental biology

Goodrich L, Panning B, Leung KN

SOX2 O-GlcNAcylation alters its protein-protein interactions and genomic occupancy to modulate gene expression in pluripotent cells.

eLife

Myers SA, Peddada S, Chatterjee N, Friedrich T, Tomoda K, Krings G, Thomas S, Maynard J, Broeker M, Thomson M, Pollard K, Yamanaka S, Burlingame AL, Panning B

Editorial overview: Genome architecture and expression.

Current opinion in genetics & development

Panning B, Segal E

Quantitatively imaging chromosomes by correlated cryo-fluorescence and soft x-ray tomographies.

Biophysical journal

Smith EA, McDermott G, Do M, Leung K, Panning B, Le Gros MA, Larabell CA