Ildar V. Gainetdinov

Ph.D. (biological sciences)


Selected publications

  1. Gainetdinov IV, Skvortsova YV, Kondratieva SA, Klimov A, Tryakin AA, Azhikina TL (2018). Assessment of piRNA biogenesis and function in testicular germ cell tumors and their precursor germ cell neoplasia in situ. BMC Cancer 18 (1), 20
  2. Gainetdinov I, Skvortsova Y, Kondratieva S, Funikov S, Azhikina T (2017). Two modes of targeting transposable elements by piRNA pathway in human testis. RNA 23 (11), 1614–1625
  3. Gainetdinov IV, Kapitskaya KY, Rykova EY, Ponomaryova AA, Cherdyntseva NV, Vlassov VV, Laktionov PP, Azhikina TL (2016). Hypomethylation of human-specific family of LINE-1 retrotransposons in circulating DNA of lung cancer patients. Lung Cancer 99 (0), 127–130
  4. Skvortsova YV, Kondratieva SA, Zinovyeva MV, Nikolaev LG, Azhikina TL, Gainetdinov IV (2016). Intragenic locus in human PIWIL2 gene shares promoter and enhancer functions. PLoS One 11 (6), e0156454
  5. Gainetdinov IV, Kondratieva SA, Skvortsova YV, Zinovyeva MV, Stukacheva EA, Klimov A, Tryakin AA, Azhikina TL (2016). Distinguishing epigenetic features of preneoplastic testis tissues adjacent to seminomas and nonseminomas. Oncotarget 7 (16), 22439–22447
  6. Gainetdinov IV, Skvortsova YV, Stukacheva EA, Bychenko OS, Kondratieva SA, Zinovieva MV, Azhikina TL (2014). Expression profiles of PIWIL2 short isoforms differ in testicular germ cell tumors of various differentiation subtypes. PLoS One 9 (11), e112528
  7. Gainetdinov IV, Azhikina TL, Sverdlov ED (2007). Use of short representative sequences for structural and functional genomic studies. Biochemistry (Mosc) 72 (11), 1179–1186
  8. Azhikina T, Gainetdinov I, Skvortsova Y, Sverdlov E (2006). Methylation-free site patterns along a 1-Mb locus on Chr19 in cancerous and normal cells are similar. A new fast approach for analyzing unmethylated CCGG sites distribution. Mol Genet Genomics 275 (6), 615–622
  9. Azhikina T, Gainetdinov I, Skvortsova Y, Batrak A, Dmitrieva N, Sverdlov E (2004). Non-methylated Genomic Sites Coincidence Cloning (NGSCC): An approach to large scale analysis of hypomethylated CpG patterns at predetermined genomic loci. Mol Genet Genomics 271 (1), 22–32