Publications list for Associate Professor Tracy Bryan

2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008


  • Conomos, D., Stutz, M., Hills, M., Neumann, A., Bryan, T., Reddel, R., Pickett, H. (2012), Variant repeats are interspersed throughout the telomeres and recruit nuclear receptors in ALT cells. The Journal of Cell Biology. 199(6), 893-906. [Abstract]
  • Yatsunyk, L., Bryan, T., Johnson, F. (2012), G-ruption: the third international meeting on G-quadruplex and G-assembly. Biochimie. 94(12), 2475-2483. [Abstract]
  • Stern, J., Zyner, K., Pickett, H., Cohen, S., Bryan, T. (2012), Telomerase Recruitment Requires both TCAB1 and Cajal Bodies Independently. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 32(13), 2384-2395. [Abstract]


  • Bryan, T., Baumann, P. (2011), G-Quadruplexes: From Guanine Gels to Chemotherapeutics. Molecular biotechnology. 49(2), 198-208. [Abstract]
  • Jurczyluk, J., Nouwens, A., Holien, J., Adams, T., Lovrecz, G., Parker, M., Cohen, S., Bryan, T. (2011), Direct involvement of the TEN domain at the active site of human telomerase. Nucleic acids research. 39, 1774-88. [Abstract]


  • Bryan, T., Baumann, P. (2010), G-quadruplexes: from guanine gels to chemotherapeutics. Methods in Molecular Biology. 608, 1-16. [Abstract]


  • Bryan, T. (2009), Telomeres and the End Replication Problem. In: Molecular Themes in DNA Replication. (pp.217-268).Colchester, UK: RSC Publishing.


  • Cao, Y., Bryan, T., Reddel, R. (2008), Increased copy number of the TERT and TERC telomerase subunit genes in cancer cells. Cancer Science. 99(6), 1092-1099. [Abstract]
  • Cao, Y., Huschtscha, L., Nouwens, A., Pickett, H., Neumann, A., Chang, A., Toouli, C., Bryan, T., Reddel, R. (2008), Amplification of telomerase reverse transcriptase gene in human mammary epithelial cells with limiting telomerase RNA expression levels. Cancer research. 68(9), 3115-3123. [Abstract]
  • Finger, S., Bryan, T. (2008), Multiple DNA-binding sites in Tetrahymena telomerase. Nucleic Acids Research. 36(4), 1260-1272. [Abstract]
  • Stern, J., Bryan, T. (2008), Telomerase recruitment to telomeres. Cytogenetic and Genome Research. 122(3-4), 243-254. [Abstract]