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Aleesa Schlientz

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Cell and Developmental Biology
SchoolVc-academic Affairs
Address9500 Gilman Drive #
La Jolla CA 92093
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    1. C. elegans CLASP/CLS-2 negatively regulates membrane ingression throughout the oocyte cortex and is required for polar body extrusion. PLoS Genet. 2020 Oct; 16(10):e1008751. Schlientz AJ, Bowerman B. PMID: 33027250.
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    2. Excess crossovers impede faithful meiotic chromosome segregation in C. elegans. PLoS Genet. 2020 09; 16(9):e1009001. Hollis JA, Glover ML, Schlientz AJ, Cahoon CK, Bowerman B, Wignall SM, Libuda DE. PMID: 32886661.
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    3. Microtubule assembly and pole coalescence: early steps in Caenorhabditiselegans oocyte meiosis I spindle assembly. Biol Open. 2020 Jun 25; 9(6). Chuang CH, Schlientz AJ, Yang J, Bowerman B. PMID: 32493729.
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    4. Hox11 Function Is Required for Region-Specific Fracture Repair. J Bone Miner Res. 2017 Aug; 32(8):1750-1760. Rux DR, Song JY, Pineault KM, Mandair GS, Swinehart IT, Schlientz AJ, Garthus KN, Goldstein SA, Kozloff KM, Wellik DM. PMID: 28470721.
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    5. Regionally Restricted Hox Function in Adult Bone Marrow Multipotent Mesenchymal Stem/Stromal Cells. Dev Cell. 2016 12 19; 39(6):653-666. Rux DR, Song JY, Swinehart IT, Pineault KM, Schlientz AJ, Trulik KG, Goldstein SA, Kozloff KM, Lucas D, Wellik DM. PMID: 27939685.
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    6. In vivo structural and cellular remodeling of engineered bone-ligament-bone constructs used for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in sheep. Connect Tissue Res. 2016 11; 57(6):526-538. Florida SE, VanDusen KW, Mahalingam VD, Schlientz AJ, Wojtys EM, Wellik DM, Larkin LM. PMID: 27184487.
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    7. Hox11 genes are required for regional patterning and integration of muscle, tendon and bone. Development. 2013 Nov; 140(22):4574-82. Swinehart IT, Schlientz AJ, Quintanilla CA, Mortlock DP, Wellik DM. PMID: 24154528.
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