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1. Cross FR, Breker M, Lieberman K   Validated Bayesian Differentiation of Causative and Passenger Mutations   G3-GENES GENOMES GENETICS 2017 JUL; 7(7):2081-2094 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

2. Pecani K, Cross FR   Degradation of the Mitotic Cyclin Clb3 Is not Required for Mitotic Exit but Is Necessary for G(1) Cyclin Control of the Succeeding Cell Cycle   GENETICS 2016 DEC; 204(4):1479-1494 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

3. Breker M, Lieberman K, Tulin F, Cross FR   High-Throughput Robotically Assisted Isolation of Temperature-sensitive Lethal Mutants in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii   JOVE-JOURNAL OF VISUALIZED EXPERIMENTS 2016 DEC; ?(118):? Article e54831 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

4. Ondracka A, Robbins JA, Cross FR   An APC/C-Cdh1 Biosensor Reveals the Dynamics of Cdh1 Inactivation at the G1/S Transition   PLOS ONE 2016 JUL 13; 11(7):? Article e0159166 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

5. Tulin F, Cross FR   Patching Holes in the Chlamydomonas Genome   G3-GENES GENOMES GENETICS 2016 JUL 1; 6(7):1899-1910 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

6. Rahi SJ, Pecani K, Ondracka A, Oikonomou C, Cross FR   The CDK-APC/C Oscillator Predominantly Entrains Periodic Cell-Cycle Transcription   CELL 2016 APR 7; 165(2):475-487 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

7. Onishi M, Pringle JR, Cross FR   Evidence That an Unconventional Actin Can Provide Essential F-Actin Function and That a Surveillance System Monitors F-Actin Integrity in Chlamydomonas   GENETICS 2016 MAR; 202(3):977-996 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

8. Cross FR   Tying Down Loose Ends in the Chlamydomonas Genome: Functional Significance of Abundant Upstream Open Reading Frames   G3-GENES GENOMES GENETICS 2016 FEB 1; 6(2):435-446 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

9. Tulin F, Cross FR   Cyclin-Dependent Kinase Regulation of Diurnal Transcription in Chlamydomonas   PLANT CELL 2015 OCT; 27(10):2727-2742 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

10. Cross FR, Umen JG   The Chlamydomonas cell cycle   PLANT JOURNAL 2015 MAY; 82(3):370-392 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

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