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Biography
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Dr. Janet L. Paluh

College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE), USA


Email: JPaluh@uamail.albany.edu


Qualifications


Ph.D., Cancer Biology, Stanford University, USA

M.S., Biochemistry, Purdue University, USA


Publications (Selected)

  1. Paluh, J.L., Dai, G., and Chrisey, D. (2010) In search of the Holy Grail: Engineering the stem cell niche. European Pharmaceutical Review. Invited review in submission.
  2. Stansfield, H.E., Nairn, A.V., Li, B., Gasimli, L., Liu, H., Paluh, J.L., Moreman, K.W., Dordick, J.S., and R. J. Linhardt (2010) Loss of pluripotency in NCC‐IT teratocarcinoma cells accompanied by structural remodeling of Heparin/Heparan Sulfate disaccharides. Manuscript in preparation for submission to J. Biol. Chem.
  3. Seo, L., Kenny, K., Zhou, R., Cruz, L., Fine, R. and J.L. Paluh (2010). Conserved and divergent mechanisms of the microtubule organizaing center γ‐tubulin small complex (γ‐TuSC). Manuscript in preparation.
  4. Simeonov, D.R., Kenny, K., Moyer, A., Seo, L. Allen, J. and J.L. Paluh (2009) Distinct Kinesin‐14 mitotic mechanisms in spindle bipolarity. Cell Cycle 8(21), 3571‐3583. * featured in News and Views, Spindle function in yeast: a human motor to the rescue 8(21): 3452‐3454.
  5. Paluh, J.L. (2008) Sentinels of DNA integrity in stem cells. Cell Cycle 7(18): 2779‐2780.
  6. Paluh, J.L. (2008) Kinesin‐14 leaps to pole position in bipolar spindle assembly. Chinese Journal of Cancer, 27(9): 1‐5.
  7. Rodriguez, A. S., Killilea, A. N., Batac, J., Filopei, J., Simeonov, D.R., Lin, I. and J.L. Paluh (2008) Protein complexes at the microtubule organizing center regulate bipolar spindle assembly. Cell Cycle. 7(9): 1246‐1253.