Publications for Dustin Hancks

  1. Hancks D.C. (2018) A role for retrotransposons in chromothripsis. Methods in Molecular Biology. 1769: 169-181. PMID: 29564824.‚Äč
  2. Hancks D.C.#, Kazazian, H.H., Jr. # (2016) Roles for retrotransposon insertions in human disease. BMC Mobile DNA. 7:9. doi: 10.1186/s13100-016-0065-9. PMID: 27158268.
  3. Nazaryan-Petersen L., Bertelsen B., Bak M., Jonson L, Tommerup N., Hancks D.C.#, Tumer Z. # (2016) Germline chromothripsis driven by L1-mediated retrotransposition and Alu/Alu homologous recombination. Human Mutation. 37(4):385-95. PMID: 26929209. 
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  4. Hancks D.C., Hartley M.K., Hagan C., Clark N.L., Elde N.C. (2015) Overlapping patterns of rapid evolution in the nucleic acid sensors cGAS and OAS1 suggest a common mechanism of pathogen antagonism and escape. PLOS Genetics. 11(5):e1005203. PMID: 25942676.
  5. Orzalli M.H., Broekema N.M, Diner B.A., Hancks D.C., Elde N.C., Cristea I.M, Knipe D.M. (2015) cGAS-mediated stabilization of IFI16 promotes innate signaling during herpes simplex virus infection. PNAS. 112(14): E1773-81. PMID: 25831530.
  6. Mandal P.K., Ewing A.D., Hancks D.C., Kazazian H.H. Jr. (2013) Enrichment of processed pseudogene transcripts in L1-ribonucleoprotein particles. Human Molecular Genetics. 22(18): 3730-48. PMID: 23696454.
  7. Hancks D.C., Mandal P.K., Cheung L.E., Kazazian H.H. Jr. (2012) The minimal active human SVA retrotransposon requires only the 5’- hexamer and Alu-like domains. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 32(22):4718-26. PMID: 23007156.
  8. Hancks D.C., Kazazian H.H., Jr. Active human retrotransposons: Variation and disease. (2012). Current Opinion in Genetics and Development. 22(3): 191-203. PMID: 22406018.
  9. Solyom S.*, Ewing A.D.*, Hancks D.C.*, Takeshim, Y., Awano H., Matsuo, M. Kazazian, H.H. Jr. (2012). Pathogenic orphan transduction created by a nonreference LINE-1 retrotransposon. Human Mutation. 33 (2): 369-71. PMID: 22095564.
  10. Hancks D.C., Goodier J.L., Mandal P.K., Cheung L.E., Kazazian H.H, Jr. (2011) Retrotransposition of marked SVA elements by human L1s in cultured cells. Human Molecular Genetics. 20 (17): 3386-3400. PMID: 21636526.
  11. Hancks D.C., Kazazian H.H., Jr. (2010) SVA retrotransposons: Evolution and genetic instability. Seminars in Cancer Biology. 20 (4):234-45. PMID: 20416380.
  12. Hancks D.C.*, Ewing A.D.*, Chen J.E., Tokunaga K., Kazazian H.H., Jr. (2009) Exon-trapping mediated by the human retrotransposon SVA. Genome Research. 19 (11):1983-91. PMID: 19365844.
  13. Price A.L., Patterson N., Hancks D.C., Myers S., Reich D., Cheung V.G., Spielman R.S. (2008) Effects of cis and trans Genetic Ancestry on Gene Expression in African Americans. PLOS Genetics 4(12): e1000294. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1000294. PMID: 19057673.
  14. Duvernell D.D., Schaefer J.F., Hancks D.C., Fonoti J.A., Ravanelli A.M. (2007) Hybridization and reproductive isolation among syntopic populations of the topminnows Fundulus notatus and F. olivaceus. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 20:152–164. PMID: 17210008.

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