Brenna S. McCauley, Ph.D.

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2012 Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
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Veronica Hinman grad student 2012 Carnegie Mellon
 (Gene regulatory network changes associated with the evolution of a novel cell population in sea urchin embryos.)
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Cary GA, McCauley BS, Zueva O, et al. (2020) Systematic comparison of sea urchin and sea star developmental gene regulatory networks explains how novelty is incorporated in early development. Nature Communications. 11: 6235
Yu R, McCauley B, Dang W. (2020) Loss of chromatin structural integrity is a source of stress during aging. Human Genetics
McCauley B, Sun L, Dang W. (2019) CRYPTIC TRANSCRIPTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH AGE IN MAMMALIAN STEM CELLS Innovation in Aging. 3: S963-S963
Sun L, McCauley B, Dang W. (2019) YY1-MEDIATED PROMOTER-SUPER ENHANCER INTERACTIONS REGULATE MSC MULTIPOTENCY DURING REPLICATIVE AGING Innovation in Aging. 3: S912-S913
Thompson JR, Erkenbrack EM, Hinman VF, et al. (2017) Paleogenomics of echinoids reveals an ancient origin for the double-negative specification of micromeres in sea urchins. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114: 5870-5877
McCauley BS, Akyar E, Saad HR, et al. (2015) Dose-dependent nuclear β-catenin response segregates endomesoderm along the sea star primary axis. Development (Cambridge, England). 142: 207-17
McCauley BS, Dang W. (2014) Histone methylation and aging: lessons learned from model systems. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 1839: 1454-62
McCauley BS, Akyar E, Filliger L, et al. (2013) Expression of wnt and frizzled genes during early sea star development. Gene Expression Patterns : Gep. 13: 437-44
McCauley BS, Wright EP, Exner C, et al. (2012) Development of an embryonic skeletogenic mesenchyme lineage in a sea cucumber reveals the trajectory of change for the evolution of novel structures in echinoderms. Evodevo. 3: 17
McCauley BS, Weideman EP, Hinman VF. (2010) A conserved gene regulatory network subcircuit drives different developmental fates in the vegetal pole of highly divergent echinoderm embryos. Developmental Biology. 340: 200-8
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