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AACR Journals. 2022 Sept. 19.

African Ancestry Associated Gene Expression Profiles in Triple Negative Breast Cancer Underlie Altered Tumor Biology and Clinical Outcome in Women of African Descent.

Rachel Martini, Princesca Delpe, Timothy R. Chu, Kanika Arora, Brittany Lord, Akanksha Verma, Yalei Chen, Endale Gebregzabher, Joseph K. Oppong, Ernest K. Adjei, Aisha Jibril, Baffour Awuah, Mahteme Bekele, Engida Abebe, Ishmael Kyei, Frances S. Aitpillah, Michael O. Adinku, Kwasi Ankomah, Ernest B. Osei-Bonsu, Dhananjay Chitale, Jessica M. Bensenhaver, Saul David Nathanson, LaToya Jackson, Evelyn Jiagge, Lindsay F. Petersen, Erica Proctor, Kofi K. Gyan, Lee Gibbs, Zarko Monojlovic, Rick Kittles, Jason White, Clayton Yates, Upender Manne, Kevin Gardner, Nigel Mongan, Esther Cheng, Paula Ginter, Syed Hoda, Olivier Elemento, Nicolas Robine, Andrea Sboner, John Carpten, Lisa Newman, Melissa B. Davis

Nature Biotechnology. 2022 May 30.

Identifying synergistic high-order 3D chromatin conformations from genome-scale nanopore concatemer sequencing.

Aditya S. Deshpande, Netha Ulahannan, Matthew Pendleton, Xiaoguang Dai, Lynn Ly, Julie M. Behr, Stefan Schwenk, Will Liao, Michael A. Augello, Carly Tyer, Priyesh Rughani, Sarah Kudman, Huasong Tian, Hannah G. Otis, Emily Adney, David Wilkes, Juan Miguel Mosquera, Christopher E. Barbieri, Ari Melnick, David Stoddart, Daniel J. Turner, Sissel Juul, Eoghan Harrington & Marcin Imieliński

Nature Communications. 2022 Apr. 28.

Somatic whole genome dynamics of precancer in Barrett’s esophagus reveals features associated with disease progression.

Thomas G. Paulson, Patricia C. Galipeau, Kenji M. Oman, Carissa A. Sanchez, Mary K. Kuhner, Lucian P. Smith, Kevin Hadi, Minita Shah, Kanika Arora, Jennifer Shelton, Molly Johnson, Andre Corvelo, Carlo C. Maley, Xiaotong Yao, Rashesh Sanghvi, Elisa Venturini, Anne-Katrin Emde, Benjamin Hubert, Marcin Imielinski, Nicolas Robine, Brian J. Reid & Xiaohong Li

This work was partially supported by a gift from the Simons Foundation.