Recommended Readings: Harmit Malik, Ph.D., March 20, 2020

Recommended Readings: Harmit Malik, Ph.D., March 20, 2020

Friday Lectures   Harmit Malik, Ph.D.

Friday, March 20, 2020  3:45 p.m

Caspary Auditorium

Harmit Malik, Ph.D.

Member and Associate Director

Division of Basic Sciences

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Genetic Conflicts Shape Meiosis, Centromeres, and Species

 

Recommended Readings:

Empirical Articles

Schroeder, Courtney M.; Malik, Harmit S. (2019). Meiosis: How Gambling Chromosomes Beat the Rules. CURRENT BIOLOGY. 29 (23): R1247-R1248

Schroeder, Courtney M.; Malik, Harmit S. (2018). Kindr Motors Drive in Meiosis. CELL. 173 (4): 813-815

Kursel, Lisa E.; Malik, Harmit S. (2017). Recurrent Gene Duplication Leads to Diverse Repertoires of Centromeric Histones in Drosophila Species. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION. 34 (6): 1445-1462

Elde, Nels C.; Roach, Kevin C.; Yao, Meng-Chao; et al. (2011). Absence of Positive Selection on Centromeric Histones in Tetrahymena Suggests Unsuppressed Centromere-Drive in Lineages Lacking Male Meiosis. JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION. 72 (5-6): 510-520

Review Paper

Kursel, Lisa E.; Malik, Harmit S. (2018). The cellular mechanisms and consequences of centromere drive. CURRENT OPINION IN CELL BIOLOGY. 52: 58-65

Book Chapter

Malik, Harmit S. (2009). The Centromere-Drive Hypothesis: A Simple Basis for Centromere Complexity. CENTROMERE: STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION. 48: 33-52

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