Bruce Hay

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Stephanie Y. Vernooy grad student 2002 Caltech
Jeffrey M. Copeland grad student 2005 Caltech
Jun R. Huh grad student 2005 Caltech
Catherine M. Ward grad student 2011 Caltech
Kelly J. Matzen grad student 2012 Caltech
Nikolai Kandul post-doc 2008- Caltech
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Hay BA, Oberhofer G, Guo M. (2020) Engineering the Composition and Fate of Wild Populations with Gene Drive. Annual Review of Entomology
Hay BA, Li J, Guo M. (2017) Vectored gene delivery for lifetime animal contraception: Overview and hurdles to implementation. Theriogenology
Kandul N, Guo M, Hay BA. (2017) A positive readout single transcript reporter for site-specific mRNA cleavage. Peerj. 5: e3602
Zhang T, Mishra P, Hay BA, et al. (2017) Valosin-containing protein (VCP/p97) inhibitors relieve Mitofusin-dependent mitochondrial defects due to VCP disease mutants. Elife. 6
Kandul NP, Zhang T, Hay BA, et al. (2016) Selective removal of deletion-bearing mitochondrial DNA in heteroplasmic Drosophila. Nature Communications. 7: 13100
Li J, Olvera AI, Akbari OS, et al. (2015) Vectored antibody gene delivery mediates long-term contraception. Current Biology : Cb. 25: R820-2
Marshall JM, Hay BA. (2014) Medusa: a novel gene drive system for confined suppression of insect populations. Plos One. 9: e102694
Akbari OS, Papathanos PA, Sandler JE, et al. (2014) Identification of germline transcriptional regulatory elements in Aedes aegypti. Scientific Reports. 4: 3954
Akbari OS, Chen CH, Marshall JM, et al. (2014) Novel synthetic Medea selfish genetic elements drive population replacement in Drosophila; a theoretical exploration of Medea-dependent population suppression. Acs Synthetic Biology. 3: 915-28
Akbari OS, Antoshechkin I, Hay BA, et al. (2013) Transcriptome profiling of Nasonia vitripennis testis reveals novel transcripts expressed from the selfish B chromosome, paternal sex ratio. G3 (Bethesda, Md.). 3: 1597-605
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