Robert Tyler Hillman

2010 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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Matthew P. Scott grad student 2010 Stanford
 (Neuropilins are positive regulators of Hedgehog signal transduction.)
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Eisner A, Pazyra-Murphy MF, Durresi E, et al. (2015) The Eya1 phosphatase promotes Shh signaling during hindbrain development and oncogenesis. Developmental Cell. 33: 22-35
Hillman RT, Feng BY, Ni J, et al. (2011) Neuropilins are positive regulators of Hedgehog signal transduction. Genes & Development. 25: 2333-46
Chavez CL, Keravala A, Woodard LE, et al. (2010) Kinetics and longevity of ΦC31 integrase in mouse liver and cultured cells. Human Gene Therapy. 21: 1287-97
Woodard LE, Hillman RT, Keravala A, et al. (2010) Effect of nuclear localization and hydrodynamic delivery-induced cell division on phiC31 integrase activity. Gene Therapy. 17: 217-26
Chalberg TW, Portlock JL, Olivares EC, et al. (2006) Integration specificity of phage phiC31 integrase in the human genome. Journal of Molecular Biology. 357: 28-48
Woodard LE, Keravala A, Hillman RT, et al. (2006) 863. Liver Gene Therapy for Hemophilia with phiC31 Integrase Molecular Therapy. 13: S332
Hillman RT, Woodard LE, Calos MP. (2006) 1075. Cellular Localization and Cell Cycle Dynamics of φC31 Integrase in Mammalian Cells Molecular Therapy. 13: S412
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