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  • Journey to the center of the chromosome - authors@Fred Hutch
    Type Article Additional Information Thakur J Talbert PB Henikoff S 2015 Inner kinetochore protein interactions with regional centromeres of fission yeast Genetics 201 2 543 61 Also see Henikoff S Ramachandran S Krassovsky K Bryson TD Codomo CA Brogaard K Widom J Wang JP Henikoff JG 2014 The budding yeast Centromere DNA element II wraps a stable Cse4 hemisome in either orientation in vivo eLife 3 e01861 Henikoff JG Thakur

    Original URL path: http://authors.fhcrc.org/1139/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Transcription factor binding sites in space and time: ChEC-seq - authors@Fred Hutch
    and time ChEC seq pdf Published Version Available under License Creative Commons Attribution Non commercial No Derivatives Download 311kB Preview Article URL http www nature com ncomms 2015 151022 ncomms973 Item Type Article Additional Information Zentner GE Kasinathan S Xin B Rohs R Henikoff S 2015 ChEC seq kinetics discriminates transcription factor binding sites by DNA sequence and shape in vivo Nature Communications 6 8733 doi 10 1038 ncomms9733 Collections

    Original URL path: http://authors.fhcrc.org/1131/ (2016-05-01)
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  • What swine flu can tell us about the evolution of influenza - authors@Fred Hutch
    influenza pdf Published Version Available under License Creative Commons Attribution Non commercial No Derivatives Download 210kB Preview Article URL http jvi asm org content 89 22 11275 abstract Item Type Article Additional Information Machkovech HM Bedford T Suchard MA Bloom JD 2015 Positive selection in CD8 T cell epitopes of influenza nucleoprotein revealed by a comparative analysis of human and swine viral lineages Journal of Virology 89 22 11275 83

    Original URL path: http://authors.fhcrc.org/1121/ (2016-05-01)
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  • The biomedical research institute: a perspective on alternative paradigms for research development. - authors@Fred Hutch
    Abstract In this monograph Paul Neiman M D Member and Director Emeritus Division of Basic Science Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center describes alternative organizing paradigms for developing research activity at biomedical research institutions He then contrasts the implications of each of these choices across a spectrum of elements that comprise the operating structure of the enterprise The philosophy and a selection of supporting policies used in developing the faculty in basic science at Fred Hutch contrasted with a widely employed program driven approach to both basic and applied research development in academic institutions are used as examples that might inform decision making at such institutions Item Type Monograph Other Additional Information 2nd edition ISBN 9780945278092 See also another work on FHCRC by Barbara Berg and Paul Neiman titled Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center History Project located here http authors fhcrc org 1080 Other ID OCoLC 930923215 Keywords or MeSH Headings Biomedical Research organization administration Biomedical Research economics Models Organizational Faculty Research Subjects Research Methodologies Research design Education Fred Hutch Divisions Basic Sciences Human Biology Collections Paul Neiman Collection Depositing User Jessica Tobin Date Deposited 09 Dec 2015 22 14 Last Modified 09 Dec 2015 22 14 URI http authors fhcrc

    Original URL path: http://authors.fhcrc.org/1101/ (2016-05-01)
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  • 4EBP1 allows luminal prostate cancer cells to fly under the radar - authors@Fred Hutch
    the radar pdf Published Version Available under License Creative Commons Attribution Non commercial No Derivatives Download 214kB Preview Article URL http stke sciencemag org content 8 403 ra116 Item Type Article Additional Information Hsieh AC Nguyen HG Wen L Edlind MP Carroll PR Kim W Ruggero D 2015 Cell type specific abundance of 4EBP1 primes prostate cancer sensitivity or resistance to PI3K pathway inhibitors Sci Signal 8 403 ra116 doi

    Original URL path: http://authors.fhcrc.org/1132/ (2016-05-01)
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  • A24R and A35R help Vaccinia play the genetic accordion - authors@Fred Hutch
    Article URL http jvi asm org content 89 19 9986 abstract Item Type Article Additional Information Brennan G Kitzman JO Shendure J Geballe AP 2015 Experimental evolution identifies VACV mutations in A24R and A35R that antagonize the PKR pathway and accompany collapse of an extragenic gene amplification J Virol 89 9986 9997 See also Brennan G Kitzman JO Rothenburg S Shendure J Geballe AP 2014 Adaptive gene amplification as an

    Original URL path: http://authors.fhcrc.org/1106/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Being a Stickler about Going to School - authors@Fred Hutch
    Information Greenwood AK Ardekani R McCann SR Dubin ME Sullivan A Bensussen S Tavare S Peichel CL 2015 Genetic Mapping of Natural Variation in Schooling Tendency in the Threespine Stickleback G3 Epub ahead of print See also Greenwood AK Wark AR Yoshida K Peichel CL 2013 Genetic and neural modularity underlie the evolution of schooling behavior in threespine sticklebacks Curr Biol 23 19 1884 8 Wark AR Greenwood AK Taylor

    Original URL path: http://authors.fhcrc.org/1051/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Beta-HPV E6 Contributes To Skin Cancer by Hindering DNA Repair - authors@Fred Hutch
    No Derivatives Download 271Kb Preview Article URL http journals plos org plospathogens article id Item Type Article Additional Information Wallace NA Robinson K Howie HL Galloway DA 2015 beta HPV 5 and 8 E6 Disrupt Homology Dependent Double Strand Break Repair by Attenuating BRCA1 and BRCA2 Expression and Foci Formation PLoS Pathog 11 3 e1004687 See also Wallace NA Robinson K Howie HL Galloway DA 2012 HPV 5 and 8

    Original URL path: http://authors.fhcrc.org/1072/ (2016-05-01)
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