Jennifer L. Shepard, Ph.D. - Publications

2004 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Genetics, Oncology

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2007 Shepard JL, Amatruda JF, Finkelstein D, Ziai J, Finley KR, Stern HM, Chiang K, Hersey C, Barut B, Freeman JL, Lee C, Glickman JN, Kutok JL, Aster JC, Zon LI. A mutation in separase causes genome instability and increased susceptibility to epithelial cancer. Genes & Development. 21: 55-9. PMID 17210788 DOI: 10.1101/gad.1470407  0.44
2005 Stern HM, Murphey RD, Shepard JL, Amatruda JF, Straub CT, Pfaff KL, Weber G, Tallarico JA, King RW, Zon LI. Small molecules that delay S phase suppress a zebrafish bmyb mutant. Nature Chemical Biology. 1: 366-70. PMID 16372403  0.44
2005 Burns CE, Traver D, Mayhall E, Shepard JL, Zon LI. Hematopoietic stem cell fate is established by the Notch-Runx pathway. Genes & Development. 19: 2331-42. PMID 16166372 DOI: 10.1101/gad.1337005  0.44
2005 Shepard JL, Amatruda JF, Stern HM, Subramanian A, Finkelstein D, Ziai J, Finley KR, Pfaff KL, Hersey C, Zhou Y, Barut B, Freedman M, Lee C, Spitsbergen J, Neuberg D, et al. A zebrafish bmyb mutation causes genome instability and increased cancer susceptibility. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102: 13194-9. PMID 16150706 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0506583102  0.44
2004 Shepard JL, Stern HM, Pfaff KL, Amatruda JF. Analysis of the cell cycle in zebrafish embryos. Methods in Cell Biology. 76: 109-25. PMID 15602874  0.48
2002 Amatruda JF, Shepard JL, Stern HM, Zon LI. Zebrafish as a cancer model system. Cancer Cell. 1: 229-31. PMID 12086858  0.48
2000 Shepard JL, Zon LI. Developmental derivation of embryonic and adult macrophages. Current Opinion in Hematology. 7: 3-8. PMID 10608497  0.48
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