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Nathan M. Palmer
Nathan M. Palmer
PhD Candidate Computational Social Science, George Mason University
Dirección de correo verificada de masonlive.gmu.edu
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Getting at systemic risk via an agent-based model of the housing market
J Geanakoplos, R Axtell, DJ Farmer, P Howitt, B Conlee, J Goldstein, ...
American Economic Review 102 (3), 53-58, 2012
2692012
Immune-orthogonal orthologues of AAV capsids and of Cas9 circumvent the immune response to the administration of gene therapy
AM Moreno, N Palmer, F Alemán, G Chen, A Pla, N Jiang, W Leong Chew, ...
Nature biomedical engineering 3 (10), 806-816, 2019
982019
Long-lasting analgesia via targeted in situ repression of NaV1.7 in mice
AM Moreno, F Alemán, GF Catroli, M Hunt, M Hu, A Dailamy, A Pla, ...
Science translational medicine 13 (584), eaay9056, 2021
812021
An agent-based model of the housing market bubble in metropolitan washington dc
R Axtell, JD Farmer, J Geanakoplos, P Howitt, E Carrella, B Conlee, ...
Benjamin and Goldstein, Jon and Hendrey, Matthew and Kalikman, Philip and …, 2014
502014
Regulation of the embryonic cell cycle during mammalian preimplantation development
N Palmer, P Kaldis
Current topics in developmental biology 120, 1-53, 2016
352016
Discovery of a chemical probe for PRDM9
A Allali-Hassani, MM Szewczyk, D Ivanochko, SL Organ, J Bok, JSY Ho, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 5759, 2019
302019
Translating CRISPR-Cas therapeutics: approaches and challenges
LS Tay, N Palmer, R Panwala, WL Chew, P Mali
The CRISPR Journal 3 (4), 253-275, 2020
292020
Diverse roles for CDK‐associated activity during spermatogenesis
N Palmer, SZA Talib, P Kaldis
FEBS letters 593 (20), 2925-2949, 2019
242019
Comprehensive interrogation of the ADAR2 deaminase domain for engineering enhanced RNA editing activity and specificity
D Katrekar, Y Xiang, N Palmer, A Saha, D Meluzzi, P Mali
Elife 11, e75555, 2022
222022
Less-well known functions of cyclin/CDK complexes
N Palmer, P Kaldis
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 107, 54-62, 2020
222020
A novel function for CDK2 activity at meiotic crossover sites
N Palmer, SZA Talib, P Singh, CMF Goh, K Liu, JC Schimenti, P Kaldis
PLoS Biology 18 (10), e3000903, 2020
222020
CDK2 kinase activity is a regulator of male germ cell fate
P Singh, RK Patel, N Palmer, JK Grenier, D Paduch, P Kaldis, A Grimson, ...
Development 146 (21), dev180273, 2019
212019
The CDK1-TOPBP1-PLK1 axis regulates the Bloom’s syndrome helicase BLM to suppress crossover recombination in somatic cells
C Balbo Pogliano, I Ceppi, S Giovannini, V Petroulaki, N Palmer, F Uliana, ...
Science Advances 8 (5), eabk0221, 2022
152022
Exploring protein orthogonality in immune space: a case study with AAV and Cas9 orthologs
AM Moreno, N Palmer, F Alemán, G Chen, A Pla, WL Chew, M Law, ...
BioRxiv, 245985, 2018
142018
CDK2 regulates the NRF1/Ehmt1 axis during meiotic prophase I
N Palmer, SZA Talib, CK Ratnacaram, D Low, X Bisteau, JHS Lee, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 218 (9), 2896-2918, 2019
122019
Peptide-tiling screens of cancer drivers reveal oncogenic protein domains and associated peptide inhibitors
KM Ford, R Panwala, DH Chen, A Portell, N Palmer, P Mali
Cell systems 12 (7), 716-732. e7, 2021
112021
The Econ-ARK and HARK: Open Source Tools for Computational Economics.
CD Carroll, AM Kaufman, JL Kazil, NM Palmer, MN White
SciPy, 25-30, 2018
102018
NF-κB as a Potential Molecular Target for Therapy of Gastrointestinal Cancers
N Palmer, MK Shanmugam, G Sethi, P Kaldis
Therapeutic targets for inflammation and cancer: Novel therapies for …, 2017
42017
568P First-in-human anti-ALPP CAR-T cell immunotherapy for ovarian and endometrial cancer
B Zhu, Q Jia, R Chen, G Chen, L Zhao, N Palmer, D Xiang, F Chen, ...
Annals of Oncology 33, S807, 2022
32022
Comprehensive interrogation of the ADAR2 deaminase domain for engineering enhanced RNA base-editing activity, functionality and specificity
D Katrekar, N Palmer, Y Xiang, A Saha, D Meluzzi, P Mali
Biorxiv, 2020.09. 08.288233, 2020
32020
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