Nancy A. Mackin, Ph.D. - Publications

2006 Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
Cell Biology, Molecular Biology

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Year Citation  Score
2014 Qian Y, Xing Z, Lee S, Mackin NA, He A, Kayne PS, He Q, Qian NX, Li ZJ. Hypoxia influences protein transport and epigenetic repression of CHO cell cultures in shake flasks. Biotechnology Journal. 9: 1413-24. PMID 25271019 DOI: 10.1002/biot.201400315  0.92
2011 Aranibar N, Borys M, Mackin NA, Ly V, Abu-Absi N, Abu-Absi S, Niemitz M, Schilling B, Li ZJ, Brock B, Russell RJ, Tymiak A, Reily MD. NMR-based metabolomics of mammalian cell and tissue cultures. Journal of Biomolecular Nmr. 49: 195-206. PMID 21373840 DOI: 10.1007/S10858-011-9490-8  0.92
2011 Martin DC, Kim H, Mackin NA, Maldonado-Báez L, Evangelista CC, Beaudry VG, Dudgeon DD, Naiman DQ, Erdman SE, Cunningham KW. New regulators of a high affinity Ca2+ influx system revealed through a genome-wide screen in yeast. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 286: 10744-54. PMID 21252230 DOI: 10.1074/Jbc.M110.177451  0.92
2004 Mackin NA, Sousou TJ, Erdman SE. The PXL1 gene of Saccharomyces cerevisiae encodes a paxillin-like protein functioning in polarized cell growth. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 15: 1904-17. PMID 14767053 DOI: 10.1091/Mbc.E04-01-0004  0.92
2003 Muller EM, Mackin NA, Erdman SE, Cunningham KW. Fig1p facilitates Ca2+ influx and cell fusion during mating of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 278: 38461-9. PMID 12878605 DOI: 10.1074/Jbc.M304089200  0.92
2000 Smardon A, Spoerke JM, Stacey SC, Klein ME, Mackin N, Maine EM. EGO-1 is related to RNA-directed RNA polymerase and functions in germ-line development and RNA interference in C. elegans. Current Biology : Cb. 10: 169-78. PMID 10704412 DOI: 10.1016/S0960-9822(00)00323-7  0.92
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