Publications

img_publications

2020

Jelinek D, Zhang ER, Ambrus A, Haley E, Guinn E, Vo A, Le P, Kesaf AE, Nguyen J, Guo L, Frederick D, Sun Z, Guo N, Sevier P, Bilotta E, Atai K, Voisin L, Coller HA (2020). A Mouse Model to Investigate the Role of Cancer-associated Fibroblasts in Tumor Growth. J Vis Exp. 2020 Dec 22;(166)

Tan DJ, Mitra M, Chiu AM, Coller HA (2020) Intron retention is a robust marker of intertumoral heterogeneity in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma NPJ Genom Med. 2020 Dec 11;5(1):55.

Corvalan AZ, Coller HA (2020) Methylation of histone 4’s lysine 20: a critical analysis of the state of the field. Physiol Genomics 53(1):22-32

H. Rahmani et al., “Towards a Machine-Learning-Assisted Dielectric Sensing Platform for Point-of-Care Wound Monitoring,” in IEEE Sensors Letters, vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 1-4, June 2020, Art no. 5501004, doi: 10.1109/LSENS.2020.2999031.

Coller HA (2020) Regulation of cell cycle entry and exit: A single cell perspective. Compr Physiol 10L 2020, 317-344

2019

Mitra M, Lee HN, Coller HA (2019) Splicing Busts a Move: Isoform Switching Regulates Migration. Trends Cell Biol (19):30182-5

Coller HA (2019) The paradox of metabolism in quiescent stem cells. FEBS Letters 593(20):2817-2839

Coller HA (2019) Fibroblasts prompt tumors to mobilize their glycogen reserves. Trends Cell Biol 29(4):278-280

Lee HN et al (2019) RECK isoforms differentially regulate fibroblast migration by modulating tubulin post-translational modifications Biochem Biophys Res Commun 520:211-218

2018

Mitra M et al (2018) Alternative polyadenylation factors link cellcycle to migration. Genome Biology 19:176

Chiu A, Mitra M, Boymoushakian L, Coller HA (2018) Integrative analysis of the inter-tumoral heterogeneity of triple-negative breast cancer. Scientific Reports

Jelinek D, Flores A, Uebelhoer M, Pasque V, Plath K, Iruela-Arispe ML, Christofk HR, Lowry WE, Coller HA (2018) Mapping Metabolism: Monitoring Lactate Dehydrogenase Activity Directly in Tissue. J Vis Exp.

Lee HN, Mitra M, Bosompra O, Corney DC, Johnson EL, Rashed N, Ho LD, Coller HA. RECK isoforms have opposing effects on cell migration. Mol Biol Cell. mbcE17120708

Coller HA. MYC sets a tumour-stroma metabolic loop. Nat Cell Biol. 20(5):506-507.

Coller HA. DNA replication licensing in stem cells: Gatekeeping the commitment to proliferation. J Cell Biol. 217(5):1563-1565

Mitra M, Lee HN, Coller HA (2018) Determining Genome-wide Transcript Decay Rates in Proliferating and Quiescent Human Fibroblasts.  J Vis Exp. (131)

Mitra M, Ho LD, Coller HA. (2018) An In Vitro Model of Cellular Quiescence in Primary Human Dermal Fibroblasts. Methods Mol Biol. 1686:27-47

2017

Coller HA, Desai A (2017) Cell cycle, cell division, and cell death. Mol Biol Cell 28 (6) 693-694

Johnson EL, Robinson DG, Coller HA (2017) Widespread changes in mRNA stability contribute to quiescence-specific gene expression patterns in a fibroblast model of quiescence. BMC Genomics 18 (1):123

2016

Mitra M, Coller HA (2016) RNAs that make a heart beat. Ann Transl Med 4(23):469

Nouvong A, Ambrus AM, Zhang ER, Hultman L, Coller HA (2016) Reactive oxygen species and bacterial biofilms in diabetic wound healing. Physiol Genomics 48 (12):889-896

Rabinowitz JD, Coller HA (2015) Partners in the Warburg effect. Elife (5) e15938

2015

Mitra M, Johnson EL, Coller HA (2015) Alternative Polyadenylation can regulate post-translational membrane localization. Trends Cell Mol Bio 10:37-47

2014

Coller HA (2014) The Runt-related transcription factor 1 in prostate cancer- associated fibroblasts. PNAS 111 (46) 16238-9

Courney DC, Coller HA (2014) On form and function: does chromatin packing regulate the cell cycle? Physiological Genomics 46 (6) 191-194

Coller HA (2014) Is cancer a metabolic disease? American Journal of Pathology 184 (1) 4-17

2013

Evertts AG, Manning AL, Wang X, Dyson NJ, Garcia BA, Coller HA (2013) H4K20me3 methylation regulates quiescence and chromatin compaction. Mol Biol Cell (19) 3025-37

Jiang P, Singh M, Coller HA (2013) Computational Assessment of the Cooperativity between RNA Binding Proteins and MicroRNAs in Transcript Decay. PLoS Comput Biol 9(5): e1003075. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003075. (Selected for Faculty of 100