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  1. Mohd-Sarip, A., Lagarou, A., Doyen, C.M., van der Knaap, J.A., Aslan, U., Bezstarosti, K., Yassin, Y., Brock, H.W., Demmers, J.A., C.P. Verrijzer 2012. Transcription-independent function of Polycomb group protein PSC in cell cycle control. Science 336: 744-7
  2. Petruk, S., Johnston, D.M., Sedkov, Y., Hodgson, J.W., Black, K.L., Beck, S., Cananni, E., Brock, H.W., A. Mazo 2012. TrxG and Pcg proteins but not methylated histones remain associated with their response elements during DNA replication. Cell 150:922-33
  3. Hodgson, J.W., H.W. Brock 2011. Are Polycomb Group bodies gene silencing factories. Cell 144: 170-171
  4. Beck, S.A., O’Dor, E., Catching, A., Brock, H.W 2010. Cell cycle defects in polyhomeotic mutants are caused by abrogation of the DNA damage checkpoint. Dev. Biol. 339:320-328
  5. Fisher CL, Pineault N, Brookes C, Helgason CD, Ohta H, Bodner C, Hess JL, Humphries RK, Brock HW 2010. Loss-of-function Additional sex combs like 1 mutations disrupt hematopoiesis but do not cause severe myelodysplasia or leukemia. Blood 115:38-46


Hugh W. Brock


Office phone: 604-822-8644
Research area: Cell and Developmental Biology
History: Director of the Genetics Graduate Program; B.Sc., U.B.C.; D.Phil., Oxford; EMBO Post-doctoral Fellow, Univ of Paris (1981); Jane Coffin Childs Fellow, Univ. of Washington (1981); Associate Member, Medical Genetics Dept., UBC; Associate Member, Biotechnology Lab., UBC; President of the Genetics Society of Canada 2002-2003.



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