Harmit Singh Malik

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA, United States 
evolution, chromatin
"Harmit Malik"
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Thomas H. Eickbush grad student 1993-2000 Rochester
 (Evolutionary strategies of retrotransposable elements.)
Steven Henikoff post-doc 1999-2003 Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
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Colón-Thillet R, Hsieh E, Graf L, et al. (2019) Combinatorial mutagenesis of rapidly evolving residues yields super-restrictor antiviral proteins. Plos Biology. 17: e3000181
Drinnenberg IA, Berger F, Elsässer SJ, et al. (2019) EvoChromo: towards a synthesis of chromatin biology and evolution. Development (Cambridge, England). 146
Molaro A, Young JM, Malik HS. (2018) Evolutionary origins and diversification of testis-specific short histone H2A variants in mammals. Genome Research
Kursel LE, Malik HS. (2018) The cellular mechanisms and consequences of centromere drive. Current Opinion in Cell Biology. 52: 58-65
Kasinathan B, Ahmad K, Malik HS. (2017) Waddington Redux: De Novo Mutations Underlie the Genetic Assimilation of Stress-Induced Phenocopies in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics. 207: 49-51
Nuckolls NL, Bravo Núñez MA, Eickbush MT, et al. (2017) genes are prolific dual poison-antidote meiotic drivers. Elife. 6
Franks TM, Benner C, Narvaiza I, et al. (2017) Corrigendum: Evolution of a transcriptional regulator from a transmembrane nucleoporin. Genes & Development. 31: 845
Kursel LE, Malik HS. (2017) Recurrent gene duplication leads to diverse repertoires of centromeric histones in Drosophila species. Molecular Biology and Evolution
McLaughlin RN, Malik HS. (2017) Genetic conflicts: the usual suspects and beyond. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 220: 6-17
Cheng CY, Young JM, Lin CG, et al. (2016) The piggyBac transposon-derived genes TPB1 and TPB6 mediate essential transposon-like excision during the developmental rearrangement of key genes in Tetrahymena thermophila. Genes & Development. 30: 2724-2736
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