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Herman, Jake (2016) Ask not if, but when for MRD. Science Spotlight, 6 (5).

Herman, Jake (2016) Deliver nucleic acid therapeutics to solid tumors? RNAi Can! Science Spotlight, 6 (3).

Herman, Jake (2016) Finding the goldilocks dose for new antivirals. Science Spotlight, 6 (3).

Herman, Jake (2016) Gene therapy and genome editing strategies for HIV resistance. Science Spotlight, 6 (4).

Herman, Jake (2016) Make it work: marrow transplants from partially matched donors. Science Spotlight, 6 (2).

Herman, Jake (2016) Needle in a haystack: genome profiling disseminated tumor cells. Science Spotlight, 6 (2).

Herman, Jake (2016) Phospho-signaling network quantified in single mass spec run. Science Spotlight, 6 (1).

Herman, Jake (2016) Transcription program differentiates AML cells, halts proliferation. Science Spotlight, 6 (1).

Herman, Jake (2016) Unique cancer arising after anti-CD19 CAR-T cell therapy. Science Spotlight, 6 (4).

Herman, Jake (2016) Xrs2 phosphorylation keeps DNA tidy despite the MMS. Science Spotlight, 6 (5).

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Koch, Lori (2016) 1 nuclease, 2 domains, 3 stages of catalysis. Science Spotlight, 6 (2).

Koch, Lori (2016) Cheaters allow cooperators to prosper. Science Spotlight, 6 (3).

Koch, Lori (2016) Evolution records a Mx tape for anti-viral immunity. Science Spotlight, 6 (1).

Koch, Lori (2016) Forget foraging - Designer proteins are becoming a reality. Science Spotlight, 6 (2).

Koch, Lori (2016) Genetically distinct flu viruses grow better together in vitro. Science Spotlight, 6 (5).

Koch, Lori (2016) Olfactory receptor expression transformations during neurogenesis. Science Spotlight, 6 (1).

Koch, Lori (2016) Sense and antisensibility. Sciene Spotlight, 6 (5).

Koch, Lori (2016) Stressful situation if CENP-A not front and CENter. Science Spotlight, 6 (4).

Koch, Lori (2016) Walk This Way: Moving neurons communicate with surrounding cells. Science Spotlight, 6 (4).

Koch, Lori (2016) The brain is a DJ using neuropeptides as sensory crossfaders. Science Spotlight, 6 (3).

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Liss, M A and Schenk, J M and Faino, A V and Newcomb, L F and Boyer, H and Brooks, J D and Carroll, P R and Dash, A and Fabrizio, M D and Gleave, M E and Nelson, P S and Neuhouser, M L and Wei, J T and Zheng, Y and Wright, J L and Lin, D W and Thompson, I M (2016) A diagnosis of prostate cancer and pursuit of active surveillance is not followed by weight loss: potential for a teachable moment. Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases, 19 (4). pp. 390-394. ISSN 1365-7852

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Neuhouser, Marian L. and Smith, Ashley Wilder and George, Stephanie M. and Gibson, James T. and Baumgartner, Kathy B. and Baumgartner, Richard and Duggan, Catherine and Bernstein, Leslie and McTiernan, Anne and Ballard, Rachel (2016) Use of complementary and alternative medicine and breast cancer survival in the Health, Eating, Activity, and Lifestyle Study. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, 160 (3). pp. 539-546. ISSN 0167-6806

Neves, Alexandre (2016) AmPir as a Cape Fear for mice. Science Spotlight, 6 (5).

Neves, Alexandre (2016) For threespine sticklebacks, you are what you Eda. Science Spotlight, 6 (5).

Neves, Alexandre (2016) Know thy Helicobacter pylori with ddPCR. Science Spotlight, 6 (3).

Neves, Alexandre (2016) Myf5 and MyoD flex different muscles in transcription. Science Spotlight, 6 (4).

Neves, Alexandre (2016) Novel HIV-specific antibodies mediate ADCC. Science Spotlight, 6 (1).

Neves, Alexandre (2016) PKMYT1 no longer has to play second fiddle to WEE1. Science Spotlight, 6 (1).

Neves, Alexandre (2016) Prostate cancer study provides impetus for precision medicine. Science Spotlight, 6 (3).

Neves, Alexandre (2016) TRS1 lives solely to antagonize PKR. Science Spotlight, 6 (2).

Neves, Alexandre (2016) YAP says SRC it to me. Science Spotlight, 6 (4).

Neves, Alexandre (2016) gfzf, the love that will tear us (Drosophila) apart. Science Spotlight, 6 (2).

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Pattacini, Laura (2016) Ad5 vs Ad35: the match of the year. Science Spotlight, 6 (1).

Pattacini, Laura (2016) Aim at the target: cytomegalovirus. Science Spotlight, 6 (3).

Pattacini, Laura (2016) Beyond suppression: function of regulatory T cells in herpes infection. Science Spotlight, 6 (5).

Pattacini, Laura (2016) Good news on the HSV-2 front. Science Spotlight, 6 (5).

Pattacini, Laura (2016) An HIV risk score designed for women. Science Spotlight, 6 (4).

Pattacini, Laura (2016) More than just escaping neutralization. Science Spotlight, 6 (3).

Pattacini, Laura (2016) PrEP patterns matter. Science Spotlight, 6 (4).

Pattacini, Laura (2016) Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV Does Not Affect the Immune Response, For the Good or the Bad. Science Spotlight, 5 (2).

Pattacini, Laura (2016) Prevent viral infection: imperative for lung transplantation. Science Spotlight, 6 (1).

Pattacini, Laura (2016) Some rest is good. Science Spotlight, 6 (2).

Pattacini, Laura (2016) The perils of cutting what you cannot see. Science Spotlight, 6 (2).

Pesce, C. Gustavo and Peria, William and Zdraljevic, Stefan and Rockwell, Dan and Yu, Richard C. and Colman-Lerner, Alejandro and Brent, Roger (2016) Cell-to-cell variability in the yeast pheromone response: high throughput screen identifies genes with different effects on transmitted signal and response. bioRxiv (093187). (Submitted)

Pesce, Gustavo and Zdraljevic, Stefan and Bush, Alan and Repetto, Victoria and Peria, William and Yu, Richard C. and Colman-Lerner, Alejandro and Brent, Roger (2016) Cell-to-cell variability in the yeast pheromone response: Cytoplasmic microtubule function stabilizes signal generation and promotes accurate fate choice. bioRxiv (093195). (Submitted)

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Rubenson, David (2016) No Bad Slides: Scientific Presentations for All Audiences. [Video]

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Zubair, Niha (2016) Breast cancer battle: SHBG to the rescue? Science Spotlight, 6 (4).

Zubair, Niha (2016) Breast cancer survivor? MRI screening offers benefits. Science Spotlight, 6 (2).

Zubair, Niha (2016) Childhood cancer survivor? What to expect when expecting. Science Spotlight, 6 (5).

Zubair, Niha (2016) Economics of prostate cancer screening strategies. Science Spotlight, 6 (5).

Zubair, Niha (2016) Hot flashes keeping you awake at night? Blame the cortisol. Science Spotlight, 6 (2).

Zubair, Niha (2016) Inflamed, bothered and confounded. Science Spotlight, 6 (4).

Zubair, Niha (2016) New findings for teen smoking cessation. Science Spotlight, 6 (3).

Zubair, Niha (2016) Stick to three square meals a day to curb appetite. Science Spotlight, 6 (1).

Zubair, Niha (2016) Stressful times in academics. Science Spotlight, 6 (1).

Zubair, Niha (2016) Surviving cancer in times of financial distress. Science Spotlight, 6 (3).

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