Emily M Hatch
TitleCited byYear
Catastrophic nuclear envelope collapse in cancer cell micronuclei
EM Hatch, AH Fischer, TJ Deerinck, MW Hetzer
Cell 154 (1), 47-60, 2013
2612013
Directly reprogrammed human neurons retain aging-associated transcriptomic signatures and reveal age-related nucleocytoplasmic defects
J Mertens, ACM Paquola, M Ku, E Hatch, L Böhnke, S Ladjevardi, ...
Cell stem cell 17 (6), 705-718, 2015
2542015
Cep152 interacts with Plk4 and is required for centriole duplication
EM Hatch, A Kulukian, AJ Holland, DW Cleveland, T Stearns
The Journal of cell biology 191 (4), 721-729, 2010
2172010
Transient nuclear envelope rupturing during interphase in human cancer cells
JD Vargas, EM Hatch, DJ Anderson, MW Hetzer
Nucleus 3 (1), 88-100, 2012
1212012
Nuclear envelope rupture is induced by actin-based nucleus confinement
EM Hatch, MW Hetzer
J Cell Biol, jcb. 201603053, 2016
782016
Breaching the nuclear envelope in development and disease
E Hatch, M Hetzer
The Journal of cell biology 205 (2), 133-141, 2014
782014
Formation of extra centrosomal structures is dependent on β-catenin
S Bahmanyar, EL Guiney, EM Hatch, WJ Nelson, AIM Barth
Journal of cell science 123 (18), 3125-3135, 2010
312010
Linking Micronuclei to Chromosome Fragmentation
EM Hatch, MW Hetzer
Cell 161 (7), 1502-1504, 2015
242015
The life cycle of centrioles
E Hatch, T Stearns
Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology 75, 425-431, 2010
222010
Chromothripsis
EM Hatch, MW Hetzer
Current Biology 25 (10), R397-R399, 2015
152015
RNP export by nuclear envelope budding
EM Hatch, MW Hetzer
Cell 149 (4), 733-735, 2012
62012
Y chromothripsis?
EM Hatch
Nature Cell Biology 19 (1), 12-14, 2017
52017
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