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Amar J.S. Klar, Ph.D.

Selected Publications

1)  Klar A, Ishikawa K, Moore S.
Craig N, Chandler M, Gellert M, Lambowitz A, Rice P, Sandmeyers S, eds.
A unique recombination mechanism of the mating/cell-type switching of fission yeasts: a review. In: Mobile DNA III.
Washington, DC: American Society of Microbiology Press; 2014. In Press. [Book Chapter]
2)  Klar A.
Handedness, dexterity, and scalp hair whorls.
Ann Cardiothorac Surg. 2014.
In Press. [Journal]
3)  Klar A.
Selective chromatid segregation mechanism explains the etiology of of chromosome 11 translocation-associated psychotic disorders: a review.
J Neurol Disord. 2014.
In Press. [Journal]
4)  Klar A.
Selective chromatid segregation mechanism invoked for the human congenital mirror hand movement disorder development by RAD51 mutations: A hypothesis.
Int J Biol Sci. 2014.
In Press. [Journal]
5)  Klar AJ.
Mating-type genes and their switching in yeasts. In: Brenner's Encyclopedia of Genetics. Volume 4.
New York: Elsevier; 2013. p. 325-327 [Book Chapter]
6)  Sauer S, Burkett SS, Lewandoski M, Klar AJ.
A CO-FISH assay to assess sister chromatid segregation patterns in mitosis of mouse embryonic stem cells.
Chromosome Res. 21: 311-28, 2013.
7)  Stewart BA, Klar AJ.
Can bronchoscopic airway anatomy be an indicator of autism?.
J Autism Dev Disord. 43: 911-6, 2013.
8)  Sauer S, Klar A.
Comment on “Chromosome-specific nonrandom sister chromatid segregation during stem-cell division.
Nature. 498: 251-4, 2013.
9)  Yu C, Bonaduce MJ, Klar AJ.
Defining the epigenetic mechanism of asymmetric cell division of Schizosaccharomyces japonicus yeast.
Genetics. 193: 85-94, 2013.
10)  Harbinder S, Lazzara C, Klar A.
Implication of the Strand-Specific Imprinting and Segregation Model: Integrating in Utero Hormone Exposure, Stem Cell and Visceral Laterality Asymmetry Hypotheses in Breast Cancer Aetiology.
Hereditary Genet. S2: 005, 2013.
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