A. Gregory Matera

A. Gregory Matera

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

H-index: 61

North America-United States

About A. Gregory Matera

A. Gregory Matera, With an exceptional h-index of 61 and a recent h-index of 30 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, specializes in the field of RNA processing, Histone PTMs, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, non-coding RNAs.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Lysine-36 of Drosophila histone H3.3 supports adult longevity

Redesigning the Drosophila histone gene cluster: An improved genetic platform for spatiotemporal manipulation of histone function

Dysregulation of innate immune signaling in animal models of Spinal Muscular Atrophy

A guide to naming eukaryotic circular RNAs

A Homozygous Missense Variant in the YG box Domain in an Individual with Severe Spinal Muscular Atrophy: A Case Report and Variant Characterization

Reduced histone gene copy number disrupts Drosophila Polycomb function

Structural basis for pre-tRNA recognition and processing by the human tRNA splicing endonuclease complex

Distinct roles for canonical and variant histone H3 lysine-36 in Polycomb silencing

A. Gregory Matera Information

University

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Position

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Citations(all)

15275

Citations(since 2020)

3979

Cited By

12669

hIndex(all)

61

hIndex(since 2020)

30

i10Index(all)

121

i10Index(since 2020)

73

Email

University Profile Page

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

A. Gregory Matera Skills & Research Interests

RNA processing

Histone PTMs

Spinal Muscular Atrophy

non-coding RNAs

Top articles of A. Gregory Matera

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Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Lysine-36 of Drosophila histone H3.3 supports adult longevity

G3 Genes|Genomes|Genetics

John C Brown

Benjamin D McMichael

Vasudha Vandadi

Aadit Mukherjee

Harmony R Salzler

...

2024/2/16

Redesigning the Drosophila histone gene cluster: An improved genetic platform for spatiotemporal manipulation of histone function

bioRxiv

Aaron T Crain

Markus Nevil

Mary P Leatham-Jensen

Katherine B Reeves

A Gregory Matera

...

2024

Dysregulation of innate immune signaling in animal models of Spinal Muscular Atrophy

BMC biology

Eric L Garcia

Rebecca E Steiner

Amanda C Raimer

Laura E Herring

A Gregory Matera

...

2024

A guide to naming eukaryotic circular RNAs

Nature cell biology

Ling-Ling Chen

Albrecht Bindereif

Irene Bozzoni

Howard Y Chang

A Gregory Matera

...

2023/1

A Homozygous Missense Variant in the YG box Domain in an Individual with Severe Spinal Muscular Atrophy: A Case Report and Variant Characterization

Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience

Leping Li

Lalith Perera

Sonia A Varghese

Yael Shiloh-Malawsky

Senyene Hunter

...

2023/9/26

Reduced histone gene copy number disrupts Drosophila Polycomb function

Genetics

Jeanne-Marie E McPherson

Lucy C Grossmann

Harmony R Salzler

Robin L Armstrong

Esther Kwon

...

2023/6/6

Structural basis for pre-tRNA recognition and processing by the human tRNA splicing endonuclease complex

Nature Structural & Molecular Biology

Cassandra K Hayne

Kevin John U Butay

Zachary D Stewart

Juno M Krahn

Lalith Perera

...

2023/5/25

Distinct roles for canonical and variant histone H3 lysine-36 in Polycomb silencing

Science Advances

Harmony R Salzler

Vasudha Vandadi

Benjamin D McMichael

John C Brown

Sally A Boerma

...

2023/3/1

A point mutation in human coilin prevents Cajal body formation

Journal of Cell Science

Davide A Basello

A Gregory Matera

David Staněk

2022/3/31

Mutations in Drosophila tRNA processing factors cause phenotypes similar to Pontocerebellar Hypoplasia

Biology Open

Casey A Schmidt

Lucy Y Min

Michelle H McVay

Joseph D Giusto

John C Brown

...

2022/3/15

Distinct developmental phenotypes result from mutation of Set8/KMT5A and histone H4 lysine 20 in Drosophila melanogaster

Genetics

Aaron T Crain

Stephen Klusza

Robin L Armstrong

Priscila Santa Rosa

Brenda RS Temple

...

2022/6/1

Assembly of higher-order SMN oligomers is essential for metazoan viability and requires an exposed structural motif present in the YG zipper dimer

Nucleic Acids Research

Kushol Gupta

Ying Wen

Nisha S Ninan

Amanda C Raimer

Robert Sharp

...

2021/7/21

Reconstitution of the Human tRNA Splicing Endonuclease Complex: insight into the regulation of pre-tRNA cleavage.

Nucleic acids research

Cassandra K Hayne

Casey A Schmidt

Maira I Haque

A Gregory Matera

Robin E Stanley

2020/8/20

Temperature-sensitive spinal muscular atrophy-causing point mutations lead to SMN instability, locomotor defects and premature lethality in Drosophila

Disease Models & Mechanisms

Amanda C Raimer

Suhana S Singh

Maina R Edula

Tamara Paris-Davila

Vasudha Vandadi

...

2020/5/1

tRNA introns: presence, processing, and purpose

Casey A Schmidt

A Gregory Matera

2020/5

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A. Gregory Matera FAQs

What is A. Gregory Matera's h-index at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill?

The h-index of A. Gregory Matera has been 30 since 2020 and 61 in total.

What are A. Gregory Matera's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Lysine-36 of Drosophila histone H3.3 supports adult longevity

Redesigning the Drosophila histone gene cluster: An improved genetic platform for spatiotemporal manipulation of histone function

Dysregulation of innate immune signaling in animal models of Spinal Muscular Atrophy

A guide to naming eukaryotic circular RNAs

A Homozygous Missense Variant in the YG box Domain in an Individual with Severe Spinal Muscular Atrophy: A Case Report and Variant Characterization

Reduced histone gene copy number disrupts Drosophila Polycomb function

Structural basis for pre-tRNA recognition and processing by the human tRNA splicing endonuclease complex

Distinct roles for canonical and variant histone H3 lysine-36 in Polycomb silencing

...

are the top articles of A. Gregory Matera at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

What are A. Gregory Matera's research interests?

The research interests of A. Gregory Matera are: RNA processing, Histone PTMs, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, non-coding RNAs

What is A. Gregory Matera's total number of citations?

A. Gregory Matera has 15,275 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of A. Gregory Matera?

The co-authors of A. Gregory Matera are Angus Lamond, Edward K.L. Chan, Benhur Lee, Dr. Brian D. Strahl, Michael Terns, Edward Darzynkiewicz.

Co-Authors

H-index: 112
Angus Lamond

Angus Lamond

University of Dundee

H-index: 95
Edward K.L. Chan

Edward K.L. Chan

University of Florida

H-index: 79
Benhur Lee

Benhur Lee

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

H-index: 72
Dr. Brian D. Strahl

Dr. Brian D. Strahl

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

H-index: 58
Michael Terns

Michael Terns

University of Georgia

H-index: 55
Edward Darzynkiewicz

Edward Darzynkiewicz

Uniwersytet Warszawski

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