Molly Hammell, Ph.D.

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 
gene regulatory networks, bioinformatics
"Molly Hammell"

Also later postdoc with Victor Ambros.


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Victor Ambros post-doc University of Massachusetts Medical School
Albert J. Erives post-doc 2004-2006 Dartmouth
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Tajima K, Yae T, Javaid S, et al. (2015) SETD1A modulates cell cycle progression through a miRNA network that regulates p53 target genes. Nature Communications. 6: 8257
Petsch K, Manzotti PS, Tam OH, et al. (2015) Novel DICER-LIKE1 siRNAs Bypass the Requirement for DICER-LIKE4 in Maize Development. The Plant Cell. 27: 2163-77
Jin Y, Tam OH, Paniagua E, et al. (2015) TEtranscripts: a package for including transposable elements in differential expression analysis of RNA-seq datasets. Bioinformatics (Oxford, England). 31: 3593-9
Burke SL, Hammell M, Ambros V. (2015) Robust Distal Tip Cell Pathfinding in the Face of Temperature Stress Is Ensured by Two Conserved microRNAs in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics
Goh WS, Falciatori I, Tam OH, et al. (2015) piRNA-directed cleavage of meiotic transcripts regulates spermatogenesis. Genes & Development. 29: 1032-44
Yu JR, Tai Y, Jin Y, et al. (2015) TGF-β/Smad signaling through DOCK4 facilitates lung adenocarcinoma metastasis. Genes & Development. 29: 250-61
Boj SF, Hwang CI, Baker LA, et al. (2015) Organoid models of human and mouse ductal pancreatic cancer. Cell. 160: 324-38
Wasik KA, Tam OH, Knott SR, et al. (2015) RNF17 blocks promiscuous activity of PIWI proteins in mouse testes Genes and Development. 29: 1403-1415
Dotto MC, Petsch KA, Aukerman MJ, et al. (2014) Genome-wide analysis of leafbladeless1-regulated and phased small RNAs underscores the importance of the TAS3 ta-siRNA pathway to maize development. Plos Genetics. 10: e1004826
Feigin ME, Xue B, Hammell MC, et al. (2014) G-protein-coupled receptor GPR161 is overexpressed in breast cancer and is a promoter of cell proliferation and invasion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 4191-6
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