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Molecular mechanisms and applications of RNA targeting CRISPR endonucleases
by Seletsky, Alexandra East, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2017: 131 pages; 10279364.
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Targeted and Unbiased Approaches to Study Chromatin Regulation
by Waldrip, Zachary Jackson, Ph.D.  University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. 2017: 155 pages; 10280225.
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Crystal structures of CRISPR-associated Csx3 reveal a manganese-dependent deadenylation exoribonuclease
by Xinfu, Yan, Ph.D.  National University of Singapore (Singapore). 2015: 137 pages; 10006112.
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Structural identification and characterization of proteins involved in CRISPR-mediated antiviral defence
by Su, Liu, Ph.D.  National University of Singapore (Singapore). 2015: 191 pages; 10006053.
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Diversity, Form, and Function Within the Marine Mammal Microbiota
by Dudek, Natasha K., Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Cruz. 2018: 203 pages; 10929175.
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Recruitment of HCFC1 to Chromatin by THAP11 and ZNF143 Transcription Factors
by Vinckevicius, Aurimas, Ph.D.  Northwestern University. 2016: 152 pages; 10117187.
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The Role of STING in Cancer
by Mo, Liu, M.S.  National University of Singapore (Singapore). 2015: 83 pages; 10006051.
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Study on Activation of Oct4 Using Engineered TALE and Cas9 Transcription Factors
by Hu, Jiabiao, Ph.D.  The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong). 2014: 177 pages; 3691926.
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Genetic and Genomic Bases of Evolved Increases in Stickleback Dentition
by Hart, James Clinton, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2018: 180 pages; 10817049.
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The COG Complex: Master of the Golgi Universe
by Climer, Leslie K., Ph.D.  University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. 2018: 255 pages; 10810323.
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Zebrafish Mespaa and miR-430 Regulate Signaling Pathways Involved in Heart Development
by Sandoval-Gonzalez, Melissa, Ph.D.  University of California, San Francisco. 2018: 141 pages; 13424689.
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Construction of a lineage reporter library for studying human embryonic development
by Beilin, Le, Ph.D.  National University of Singapore (Singapore). 2015: 144 pages; 10005974.
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Design of Robust Feedback Networks From Ultrasensitive Modules
by Cuba Samaniego, Christian Erik, Ph.D.  University of California, Riverside. 2017: 143 pages; 10281181.
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Arsenic Regulation of Chromatin Dynamics
by West, Kirk Leon, Ph.D.  University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. 2018: 199 pages; 10813581.
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Building the Mitotic Spindle: Spatial Regulation and Function of Force at Microtubule Minus-Ends
by Hueschen, Christina Lynn, Ph.D.  University of California, San Francisco. 2018: 174 pages; 13423508.
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Zebrafish wnt9b patterns the first pharyngeal arch into D-I-V domains and promotes anterior-medial outgrowth
by Jackson, Henry Wells, Ph.D.  The University of Alabama at Birmingham. 2015: 208 pages; 3700278.
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Memory: From Sensory Circuits to Protein Conformations
by McGinnis, John P., Ph.D.  University of Kansas. 2017: 121 pages; 10268364.
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Maintaining Order: What COG Complex Knockouts and Other Glycosylation Mutants Reveal About Golgi Trafficking, Processing, and Sorting
by Blackburn, Jessica Bailey, Ph.D.  University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. 2018: 301 pages; 10793330.
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EGFR Rearrangements as Oncogenic Drivers and Therapeutic Targets in Lung Cancer
by Gallant, Jean-Nicolas, Ph.D.  Vanderbilt University. 2017: 127 pages; 10753387.
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Development of Delivery by Schistosomes of Broadly Neutralizing Anti-HIV-1 Antibody
by Pendo, Kathryn Margaret, M.S.  The George Washington University. 2017: 77 pages; 10272646.
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Genetic and biochemical analysis of essential enzymes in triacylglycerol synthesis in arabidopsis
by Cotton, Kimberly Lynn, Ph.D.  Washington State University. 2015: 197 pages; 10043101.
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