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Andrew S. Gilder (an artistic interpretation)
Andrew S. Gilder (an artistic interpretation)

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andrew_Gilder/

http://www.mendeley.com/profiles/andrew-gilder/

http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=MsyZ9MgAAAAJ

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/andrew-gilder/38/120/604


Currently a postdoctoral fellow at UC San Diego.

Hebert Lab Alumus (2011) [1].

Education

  • 2007, B.S. Biology, Economics Millsaps College
  • 2010, M.S. Biomedical Sciences, University of Mississippi Medical Center
  • 2011, Ph.D. Biochemistry, University of Mississippi Medical Center

Research interests

  1. Control of gene transcription and splicing
  2. Nuclear body dynamics
  3. Epigenetics
  4. DNA damage response
  5. Cancer cell biology

Publications

Coilin participates in the suppression of RNA polymerase I in response to cisplatin induced DNA damage. Mol Biol Cell. 2011 April 1; Vol. 22(7):1070-1079, PMID: 21289084 [2]Cover art: [3]


Cajal body formation correlates with differential coilin phosphorylation in primary and transformed cell lines. J Cell Sci. 2009 Jun 1;122(Pt 11):1872-81. PMID: 19435804 [4]


Relationship of the Cajal Body to the Nucleolus. The Nucleolus. M.O.J. Olson (ed.). Protein Reviews, 2011, Volume 15, Part 3, 361-380, DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4614-0514-6_16, Springer 2011. [5]


Fem1b promotes ubiquitylation and suppresses transcriptional activity of Gli1, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Available online 25 September 2013, ISSN 0006-291X, [6]

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