Publications

Chakraborty, U., C.M. George, A.M. Lyndaker, and E. Alani. 2016. “A delicate balance between repair and replication factors regulates recombination between divergent DNA sequences in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.” Genetics 202(2): 525-40.

 

Lim, P.X., D.R. Patel, K.E. Poisson, M. Basuita, C. Tsai, A.M. Lyndaker, B.J. Hwang, A.L. Lu, and R.S. Weiss. 2015. Genome protection by the 9-1-1 complex subunit HUS1 requires clamp formation, DNA contacts, and ATR signaling-independent effector functions. Journal of Biological Chemistry 290(24): 14826-40.

 

Lyndaker, A.M., A. Vasileva, D.J. Wolgemuth, R.S. Weiss, and H.B. Lieberman. 2013. “Clamping down on mammalian meiosis.” Cell Cycle 12(19): 3135-45.

 

Lyndaker, A.M., P.X. Lim, J.M. Mleczko, C.E. Diggins, J.K. Holloway, R.J. Holmes, R. Kan, D.H. Schlafer, R. Freire, P.E. Cohen, and R.S. Weiss. 2013. “Conditional inactivation of the DNA damage response gene Hus1 in mouse testis reveals separable roles for components of the RAD9-RAD1-HUS1 complex in meiotic chromosome maintenance.” PLOS Genetics 9(2): e1003320.

 

Lyndaker, A.M., A.J. Modzelewski, and I.C. Welsh. 2012. “Reproductive and developmental genomics retreat at Cornell University, 2012.” Molecular Reproduction and Development 79(9): 588-91.  

 

Balmus, G., M. Zhu, S. Mukherjee, A.M. Lyndaker, K.R. Hume, J. Lee, M.L. Riccio, A.P. Reeves, N.B. Sutter, D.M. Noden, R.M. Peters, and R.S. Weiss. 2012. “Disease severity in a mouse model of Ataxia Telangiectasia is modulated by the DNA damage checkpoint gene Hus1.” Human Molecular Genetics 21(15): 3408-20.

 

George, C.M., A.M. Lyndaker, and E. Alani. 2011. “The DNA damage checkpoint allows recombination between divergent DNA sequences in budding yeast.” DNA Repair 10(11): 1086-94.

 

Lyndaker, A.M., and E. Alani.  2009. “A tale of tails: Insights into the coordination of 3’ end processing during homologous recombination.” Bioessays 31(3): 315-21.

 

Lyndaker, A.M., T. Goldfarb, and E. Alani. 2008. “Mutants defective in Rad1-Rad10-Slx4 exhibit a unique pattern of viability during mating type switching in S. cerevisiae.” Genetics 179(4): 1807-21.