Nancy Hawkins

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Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 
Area:
Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, General Biology
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Leung A, Hua K, Ramachandran P, et al. (2015) C. elegans HAM-1 functions in the nucleus to regulate asymmetric neuroblast division. Developmental Biology
Leung A, Hua K, Ramachandran P, et al. (2015) C. elegans HAM-1 functions in the nucleus to regulate asymmetric neuroblast division Developmental Biology
Dolgosheina EV, Jeng SC, Panchapakesan SS, et al. (2014) RNA mango aptamer-fluorophore: a bright, high-affinity complex for RNA labeling and tracking. Acs Chemical Biology. 9: 2412-20
Hingwing K, Lee S, Nykilchuk L, et al. (2009) CWN-1 functions with DSH-2 to regulate C. elegans asymmetric neuroblast division in a beta-catenin independent Wnt pathway. Developmental Biology. 328: 245-56
King RS, Maiden SL, Hawkins NC, et al. (2009) The N- or C-terminal domains of DSH-2 can activate the C. elegans Wnt/beta-catenin asymmetry pathway. Developmental Biology. 328: 234-44
Hawkins NC, Ellis GC, Bowerman B, et al. (2005) MOM-5 frizzled regulates the distribution of DSH-2 to control C. elegans asymmetric neuroblast divisions. Developmental Biology. 284: 246-59
Walston T, Tuskey C, Edgar L, et al. (2004) Multiple Wnt signaling pathways converge to orient the mitotic spindle in early C. elegans embryos. Developmental Cell. 7: 831-41
Withee J, Galligan B, Hawkins N, et al. (2004) Caenorhabditis elegans WASP and Ena/VASP proteins play compensatory roles in morphogenesis and neuronal cell migration. Genetics. 167: 1165-76
Hawkins NC, Garriga G, Beh CT. (2003) Creating precise GFP fusions in plasmids using yeast homologous recombination. Biotechniques. 34: 74-8, 80
Hawkins N, Garriga G. (1998) Asymmetric cell division: from A to Z. Genes & Development. 12: 3625-38
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