Juliann Elizabeth Horvath

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2004 University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
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Evan Eichler grad student 2004 Case Western Medical School
 (An evolutionary analysis of pericentromeric duplications on human 2p11.)
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Franzon B, Fogaça DA, Navarra FS, et al. (2012) Self-bound interacting QCD matter in compact stars Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology. 86
Benvenuto OG, De Vito MA, Horvath JE. (2012) Evolutionary trajectories of ultracompact "black widow" pulsars with very low mass companions Astrophysical Journal Letters. 753
De Avellar MGB, Horvath JE. (2010) Exact and quasi-exact models of strange stars International Journal of Modern Physics D. 19: 1937-1955
Paulucci L, Horvath JE. (2010) Nu-process in exotic models International Journal of Modern Physics D. 19: 1731-1735
Paulucci L, Horvath JE. (2008) Color-flavor locked strange matter and strangelets at finite temperature Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics. 78
Horvath JE, Gulden CL, Vallente RU, et al. (2005) Punctuated duplication seeding events during the evolution of human chromosome 2p11. Genome Research. 15: 914-27
She X, Horvath JE, Jiang Z, et al. (2004) The structure and evolution of centromeric transition regions within the human genome. Nature. 430: 857-64
Horvath JE, Lugones G. (2004) Self-bound CFL stars in binary systems: Are they "hidden" among the black hole candidates? Astronomy and Astrophysics. 422: L1-L4
Ghezzi CR, De Gouveia Dal Pino EM, Horvath JE. (2004) Asymmetric explosions of thermonuclear supernovae Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 348: 451-457
Horvath JE, Gulden CL, Bailey JA, et al. (2003) Using a pericentromeric interspersed repeat to recapitulate the phylogeny and expansion of human centromeric segmental duplications. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 20: 1463-79
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