Matthew A. McBrian
  • Biological Chemistry Department, University of California, USA
  • Biochemistry


Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, 2011

Current position

Marketing Product Manager, Miltenyi Biotec Inc., San Diego, CA


  1. McBrian, M. A., Behbahan, I. S., Ferrari, R., Su, T., Huang, T.-W., Li, K., Hong, C. S., Christofk, H. R., Vogelauer, M. and Seligson, D. B. (2012). Histone acetylation regulates intracellular pH. Molecular cell.
  2. Vogelauer, M., Krall, A. S., McBrian, M. A., Li, J.-Y. and Kurdistani, S. K. (2012). Stimulation of histone deacetylase activity by metabolites of intermediary metabolism. Journal of Biological Chemistry 287(38): 32006-32016.
  3. Seligson, D. B., Horvath, S., McBrian, M. A., Mah, V., Yu, H., Tze, S., Wang, Q., Chia, D., Goodglick, L. and Kurdistani, S. K. (2009). Global levels of histone modifications predict prognosis in different cancers. Am J Pathol 174(5): 1619-1628.
  4. Horwitz, G. A., Zhang, K., McBrian, M. A., Grunstein, M., Kurdistani, S. K. and Berk, A. J. (2008). Adenovirus small e1a alters global patterns of histone modification. Science 321(5892): 1084-1085.
  5. McBrian M. A., Seligson D. B. and Kurdistani S. K. (2008).Histone Modifications in Cancer Biology and Prognosis.Tollefsbol, Cancer Epigenetics Chapter 21;361-381.
  6. McBrian, M.A. and Kurdistani, S.K. (2008). Histone Modifications. Elsevier, Encyclopedia of Cancer (online publication).