2005 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Joyce L. Hamlin mostly deals with Molecular biology, Dihydrofolate reductase, Chinese hamster ovary cell, DNA replication and Replication Initiation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Chromosome regions, Origin of replication, DNA damage, Origin recognition complex and Restriction fragment in addition to Molecular biology. Her research on Dihydrofolate reductase concerns the broader Gene.
Her biological study deals with issues like Cell biology, which deal with fields such as Chromatin, Cyclin A, Histone and Chromatin remodeling. Her study in Replication Initiation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cell cycle, Restriction map and Scaffold/matrix attachment region. Biochemistry and Genetics are the subject areas of her DNA study.
Her primary areas of investigation include Molecular biology, Genetics, DNA replication, Chinese hamster ovary cell and Dihydrofolate reductase. Her Molecular biology research includes elements of Restriction fragment, Cell culture, Chinese hamster and Scaffold/matrix attachment region. Her works in Gene, Origin of replication, Origin recognition complex, Genome and Chromatin are all subjects of inquiry into Genetics.
Joyce L. Hamlin interconnects Nuclear matrix and Cell biology in the investigation of issues within DNA replication. Her Chinese hamster ovary cell research focuses on Cell cycle and how it connects with Mitosis and DNA synthesis. Her Dihydrofolate reductase research incorporates elements of Replication Initiation, Cosmid, Restriction enzyme, Intergenic region and Locus.
Her main research concerns Genetics, Genome, Chromatin, Replicon and DNA replication. Her Origin of replication, Pre-replication complex, Origin recognition complex and Replication timing study are her primary interests in Genetics. Her Genome research is included under the broader classification of Gene.
In her work, Promoter, Intergenic region, DNA Replication Timing and Euchromatin is strongly intertwined with Human genome, which is a subfield of Chromatin. The various areas that Joyce L. Hamlin examines in her Replicon study include Protein subunit, Ectopic expression, Molecular biology, Cell biology and Restriction fragment. Her DNA replication research includes themes of Chinese hamster ovary cell and Somatic cell.
Her primary areas of study are DNA replication, Genetics, Cell biology, Molecular biology and Chromatin. Her work on Replication timing and Pre-replication complex as part of general DNA replication research is frequently linked to Population and Replication, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her study in Genetics focuses on DNA, Chromosomal region, Gene prediction, Untranslated region and Gene.
Her studies in Cell biology integrate themes in fields like Chinese hamster ovary cell, Somatic cell, Replicon, Protein subunit and Ectopic expression.
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Right place, right time, and only once: replication initiation in metazoans.
Yuichi J. Machida;Joyce L. Hamlin;Anindya Dutta.
Replication initiates in a broad zone in the amplified CHO dihydrofolate reductase domain
James P. Vaughn;Pieter A. Dijkwel;Joyce L. Hamlin.
Analysis of the Genome and Transcriptome of Cryptococcus neoformans var. grubii Reveals Complex RNA Expression and Microevolution Leading to Virulence Attenuation
Guilhem Janbon;Kate L. Ormerod;Damien Paulet;Edmond J. Byrnes.
PLOS Genetics (2014)
Effect of gamma rays at the dihydrofolate reductase locus: deletions and inversions
Gail Urlaub;Pamela J. Mitchell;Emmanuel Kas;Lawrence A. Chasin.
Somatic Cell and Molecular Genetics (1986)
Matrix attachment regions are positioned near replication initiation sites, genes, and an interamplicon junction in the amplified dihydrofolate reductase domain of Chinese hamster ovary cells.
P A Dijkwel;J L Hamlin.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (1988)
An amplified chromosomal sequence that includes the gene for dihydrofolate reductase initiates replication within specific restriction fragments
Nicholas H. Heintz;Joyce L. Hamlin.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1982)
DNA sequence amplification in mammalian cells.
Joyce L. Hamlin;Jeffrey D. Milbrandt;Nicholas H. Heintz;Jane C. Azizkhan.
International Review of Cytology-a Survey of Cell Biology (1984)
Mapping of replication initiation sites in mammalian genomes by two-dimensional gel analysis: stabilization and enrichment of replication intermediates by isolation on the nuclear matrix.
P A Dijkwel;J P Vaughn;J L Hamlin.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (1991)
Methotrexate-resistant Chinese hamster ovary cells have amplified a 135-kilobase-pair region that includes the dihydrofolate reductase gene
J D Milbrandt;N H Heintz;W C White;S M Rothman.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1981)
High-resolution mapping of replication fork movement through the amplified dihydrofolate reductase domain in CHO cells by in-gel renaturation analysis.
Tzeng-Horng Leu;J. L. Hamlin.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (1989)
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