Franklin Stahl, Ph.D.

University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
"Franklin Stahl"


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August H. Doermann grad student Rochester (Neurotree)
Giuseppe Bertani post-doc Caltech
Max Delbrück research scientist Caltech (FlyTree)
 (Max Delbruck was Department Chair at the time, and a mentor to Stahl)


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Stephen A. Banse research assistant 2001-2005 University of Oregon (Cell Biology Tree)
Adam Felsenfeld grad student University of Oregon
Eric Foss grad student (Neurotree)
Susan M. Rosenberg grad student 1986 University of Oregon (Physics Tree)
Lynn C Thomason grad student 1986-1993 University of Oregon
Andrei Kuzminov post-doc
Animesh Ray post-doc 1984-1988 University of Oregon
Richard S. Myers post-doc 1989-1995 University of Oregon


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Matthew S. Meselson collaborator Caltech (FlyTree)
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Stahl FW, Rehan MB, Foss HM, et al. (2016) Apparent Epigenetic Meiotic Double-Strand-Break Disparity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: A Meta-analysis. Genetics
Stahl F. (2012) Defining and detecting crossover-interference mutants in yeast Plos One. 7
Stahl F, Meselson M. (2011) Letter to the Editor Dna Repair. 10: 118
Stahl FW, Foss HM. (2010) A two-pathway analysis of meiotic crossing over and gene conversion in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genetics. 186: 515-36
Stahl FW, Housworth EA. (2009) Methods for analysis of crossover interference in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 557: 35-53
Housworth EA, Stahl FW. (2009) Is there variation in crossover interference levels among chromosomes from human males? Genetics. 183: 403-5
Stahl FW, Foss HM. (2009) On Spo16 and the coefficient of coincidence. Genetics. 181: 327-30
Stahl F. (2008) The phage mating theory, with lessons for yeast geneticists Genetics. 180: 1-6
Stahl FW. (2008) On the "NPD ratio" as a test for crossover interference. Genetics. 179: 701-4
Getz TJ, Banse SA, Young LS, et al. (2008) Reduced mismatch repair of heteroduplexes reveals "non"-interfering crossing over in wild-type Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genetics. 178: 1251-69
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