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David Thaller, Ph.D.

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Yale School of Medicine, New HavenPhD12/2019Cell Biology
University of Massachusetts, AmherstBS05/2013Biology

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  1. Rempel IL, Crane MM, Thaller DJ, Mishra A, Jansen DP, Janssens G, Popken P, Aksit A, Kaeberlein M, van der Giessen E, Steen A, Onck PR, Lusk CP, Veenhoff LM. Age-dependent deterioration of nuclear pore assembly in mitotic cells decreases transport dynamics. Elife. 2019 06 03; 8. PMID: 31157618.
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  2. Thaller DJ, Allegretti M, Borah S, Ronchi P, Beck M, Lusk CP. An ESCRT-LEM protein surveillance system is poised to directly monitor the nuclear envelope and nuclear transport system. Elife. 2019 04 03; 8. PMID: 30942170.
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  3. Chalfant M, Barber KW, Borah S, Thaller D, Lusk CP. Expression of TorsinA in a heterologous yeast system reveals interactions with lumenal domains of LINC and nuclear pore complex components. Mol Biol Cell. 2019 03 01; 30(5):530-541. PMID: 30625036.
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  4. Thaller DJ, Patrick Lusk C. Fantastic nuclear envelope herniations and where to find them. Biochem Soc Trans. 2018 08 20; 46(4):877-889. PMID: 30026368.
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  5. Webster BM, Thaller DJ, Jäger J, Ochmann SE, Borah S, Lusk CP. Chm7 and Heh1 collaborate to link nuclear pore complex quality control with nuclear envelope sealing. EMBO J. 2016 11 15; 35(22):2447-2467. PMID: 27733427.
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  6. Nussbaum G, Thaller D. 4D-Joystick - New Possibilities for Persons with Motor Disabilities. Stud Health Technol Inform. 2015; 217:578-85. PMID: 26294531.
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